The longstanding hope that compulsions of India's liberal Constitution would reign in the BJP and Narendra Modi's Hindutva agenda were mistaken. Saarang Narayan from the University of Leeds argues that India ignored the impending signs available all along.
As some of the largest economies in the world came together to open up a free trade market in Asia, India - the 2nd largest in Asia - opted out of the arrangement. What prompted this economic powerhouse to chicken out, and what does it mean for RCEP? Alika Raina pens this exhaustive analysis.
A student of Jawahar Lal Nehru University, New Delhi, talks about why India has been gripped by student protests for the better part of this year, and what's it like to be a student at the heart of India's Left Movement.
Has the Indian Supreme Court's verdict on the Ayodhya Dispute done enough to assuage deep-seated wounds, could it have done better? Parth Maniktala from the Faculty of Law, Delhi, analyzes the 1000 page long judgement for you.