Opinion: Manmohan Singh's Dinner With Pakistanis Is Unforgivable

Opinion: Manmohan Singh's Dinner With Pakistanis Is Unforgivable

Prof Rakesh Sinha | Tuesday December 12, 2017

What necessitated Manmohan Singh's presence at this dinner earlier this month is not just puzzling but bizarre and disgraceful.

Opinion: Mani Shankar A Product Of Competitive Sycophancy Within Congress

Opinion: Mani Shankar A Product Of Competitive Sycophancy Within Congress

Prof Rakesh Sinha | Saturday December 09, 2017

The challenge is to find a collective will to liberate politics from undesirable invective and to express differences without contempt.

Opinion: Rahul Gandhi's Election-Friendly Hinduism Fools No One

Opinion: Rahul Gandhi's Election-Friendly Hinduism Fools No One

Prof Rakesh Sinha | Saturday December 02, 2017

The Congress claim of Hinduism and Rahul's Hindu identity are both a classic example of post-truth, a phrase used by Western Scholars to depict an emotional chorus used to make the unreal real.

Opinion: RSS Stand On Uniform Civil Code - Don't Believe The Haters

Opinion: RSS Stand On Uniform Civil Code - Don't Believe The Haters

Prof Rakesh Sinha | Wednesday August 23, 2017

The Supreme Court's verdict on triple talaq naturally entails further discussion on the necessity of a Uniform Civil Code (UCC) for the country. This is not far-fetched since, in a liberal, democratic and secular society, gender justice based on a sense of equality can only be ensured by a common civil code.

Opinion: Left Liberals Must Shed Their Toxic Anti-RSS-ism

Opinion: Left Liberals Must Shed Their Toxic Anti-RSS-ism

Prof Rakesh Sinha | Monday July 03, 2017

In the Indian case, progressiveness and left liberal mean toxic tendencies of anti-RSS-ism and the present generation of such intellectuals owe this to their predecessors, though there is one fundamental difference between then and now.