Tehelka flagged the dangers of the NIB weeks ago. It's up for Cabinet discussion today
SI Kruparam Majhi’s murder offers proof of a cardinal error made eight years ago. By Shoma Chaudhury
The State’s failure to ensure the writer’s visit to Jaipur is indefensible. But the noise he generates may have...
The search for a lily-white reformer could trip the reform itself. This is a dilemma the Bhushans need to...
Allahabad, Amar Singh, Anna Hazare movement, anti-corruption, Bahujan Samaj Party, civil freedoms, democracy, Editor's Cut, idealism, Jan Lokpal Bill, judicial accountability, Lokpal Bill, Mayawati, Prashant Bhushan, rights of minorities, Shanti Bhushan, Shoma Chaudhury, Taj Corridor case, Vikas Singh, Volume 8 Issue 17
The Anna Hazare campaign last week had many dangers. So did the Jan Lokpal Bill it was championing. Now...
AFSPA, Anna Hazare, anti-corruption, candlelight vigils, corruption, democracy, elected representatives, fast-unto-death, Gandhian, Irom Sharmila, Jan Lokpal Bill, Jan Lokpal: Hope And A Riddle, jingoism, Lalit Modi, Narendra Modi, satyagraha, Shoma Chaudhury, Tahrir Square, Volume 8 Issue 16
Corporate crime has begun to risk democracy itself. Rajya Sabha MP and former FICCI president Rajeev Chandrasekhar tells Shoma Chaudhury that the Indian legal system needs to be overhauled to tackle corporate crime
2G scam, A Raja, auction of licences, cancel licences, corporate crime, Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC), democracy, Indian legal system, investment climate, Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC), Niira Radia, Rajeev Chandrasekhar, Ratan Tata, Reliance Communications, Shailendra Pandey, Shoma Chaudhury, spectrum allocation, Standing Committee, Swan Telecom, telecom, Vijay Mallya, Volume 7 Issue 48, white collar crime
Activist Himanshu Kumar could not be swayed by the State’s wrath. Shoma Chaudhury speaks to this Gandhian