It could snowball into heightened Indo-Pak conflict.
Former Judge, Supreme Court of India; Former Chairman, Press Council of India
Justice Markandey Katju is former Judge, Supreme Court of India and former Chairman, Press Council of India.
Note: What I’m proposing is nothing like the RSS’s “Akhand Bharat!”
10/04/2017 11:11 AM IST
The answers to our problems lie outside the system…
06/04/2017 11:37 AM IST
Does this victory really matter?
29/03/2017 12:24 PM IST
A revolution may be coming.
24/03/2017 11:14 AM IST
Let me be your Jambavan.
22/03/2017 11:09 AM IST
It’s time for the community to shake off retrograde influences.
20/03/2017 10:55 AM IST
IPBRA= Indo-Pakistan-Bangladesh Reunification (under a secular government) Association
17/03/2017 11:44 PM IST
Still waiting for 'vikas'.
15/03/2017 11:09 AM IST
To The Hon'ble Shri Narendra ModiPrime Minister of India Dear Modiji, I would have liked to personally deliver this letter
06/03/2017 11:34 AM IST
Is the media doing its patriotic duty?
11/01/2017 12:10 PM IST
I spoke to a Pakistani friend on Skype recently. I told him that while 90% Indians are fools, 95% Pakistanis are fools. The
10/01/2017 12:24 PM IST
I predict the Samajwadi Party could well win by a two-third majority.
09/01/2017 12:09 PM IST
An Allahabad High Court judge, Justice A.N. Mulla said in a judgment in 1960 or so, "I say it with all sense of responsibility
01/11/2016 1:02 PM IST
To understand what is going on in South Asia we must keep firmly in mind Lenin's definition of politics: "Politics is concentrated
19/10/2016 1:49 PM IST
The war drums can clearly be heard in our subcontinent. The Indian army's "surgical' strike" 3km inside Pakistan-occupied
06/10/2016 10:27 AM IST
Indians, I do not wish to alarm or terrify you but only to tell you the truth. The times which are coming in our subcontinent
04/10/2016 11:58 AM IST
In a recent interview to The Wire, former RAW chief A.S. Dulat suggested that the only way to solve the Kashmir imbroglio is through dialogue, not aggression. I submit that Mr. Dulat's statements in this context are meaningless clichés and platitudes. They are totally superficial, and reflect little understanding of the realities of the Kashmir problem. Those who think that mere political dialogue can resolve the Kashmir problem are living in a fool's paradise. They do not know what is really happening. So, let me explain.
29/08/2016 11:36 AM IST
The JNU students and Amnesty did not commit or organize violence, and nor did they call for immediate resort to arms. Hence, in my opinion, they committed no crime, and the charges against them should be dropped. That being said, I totally disapprove of the demand for Azadi for Kashmir or any part of India.
23/08/2016 4:12 PM IST
Religion and science are diametrically opposed to each other. They are poles apart, and it is nonsense to say that they complement each other.
20/07/2016 12:22 PM IST
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