Political News of India - Analysis, Opinion and in-depth coverage The cricket community today would rather be silent on matters of national importance than make statements they don't fully subscribe to. India Today Group Editor-in-Chief talks about what is the truth of the CAA, NPR and NRC, in the January 20 edition of the India Today Magazine.
Off the Record: Where Politics and Economics Meet | 4-minute read Off the Record: Where Politics and Economics Meet The protests will fade away while the average JNU student will continue to suffer. The huge hullabaloo over the CAA is difficult to understand unless it is a cynical campaign to rouse communal passions under the garb of protecting the secular nature of the Constitution. Can Modi government weather the storm set off by the protests against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act and National Register of Citizens (NRC)?
Shorts In The Dark | 5-minute read Shorts In The Dark The fact that students protest is accepted across the world. What has shocked middle-class India is the barbaric bloody force that has been used against protesting students, from JNU to Jamia. AAP's silence on the Citizenship Amendment Act has come in for criticism, but has surely helped the party corner BJP. While AAP is widely perceived as a clear favourite in the upcoming elections, its main worry is that it finished last in the triangular race in the 2019 LS polls. The university, for the first time, has come under the administrative control of a formation envisaged by the right wing, which seeks to imprint the stamp of its authority on every single point of authority. Over the last four years, JNU has been moved decisively away from the youthful idealism of Yuva to the bleakness of Gulaal.