In these times when institutions are in crisis, the apex court must rise to the occasion.
The conspiracy case accepted for judicial scrutiny now is not nearly as strong as it could have been.
There is a simple way.
JNU, India's top research university, has seen a massive cut in MPhil and PhD seats by 80 per cent.
The leadership in most cases is quite aware of the challenges they and the country face, but the alliance building must start now.
Why does the foreign slant to describe crimes against women persist?
The apex court should not only be fair, but it must also be seen as fair.
It must quickly rise to the challenge and beat the BJP and Sangh Parivar in their own game.
Once the truth comes out, many in the country will wonder how all this went on for so long.