Posts by Anand Ranganathan:

A brief history of Mizoram: From the Aizawl bombing to the Mizo Accord

August 6, 2015   in Criticles |15 comments

Wars don’t end that easily, and peace doesn’t last that long. Mizoram is an exception. It deserves our attention, and so does its history.


Concrete Steps, Not Fear Mongering Headlines, Answer To Delhi’s Air Pollution

June 19, 2015   in Criticles |5 comments

Delhi doesn’t need condemning; those who hold in their hands its future do.


Hold Your Breath And Cut The Hyperbole, Mr New York Times Reporter

June 3, 2015   in Criticles |36 comments

For an article that talks in excruciating detail of the cataclysmic effect of Delhi’s air, Harris Gardiner quotes but a single scientific study.


A GOVERNMENT OF U-TURNS (PART 2 – THE HENDERSON-BROOKS REPORT)

April 22, 2015   in Criticles |28 comments

The release of the Henderson-Brooks report was in national interest when the BJP was in opposition, but not when they are in power.


Media Or Modi Sarkaar: Who’s The Bigger Threat To Christians?

March 18, 2015   in Governance |189 comments

Faulty and misinformed journalism is leading us to believe that Christians are under attack in India.


Do Bigha Zameen

February 21, 2015   in Governance |35 comments

A look at what has changed in land acquisition law from 1894 to 2015.


Communism at Dilli Gate

February 11, 2015   in Criticles |201 comments

The Aam Aadmi Party is opposed to every idea, every scheme and every development that the communists are opposed to.


The Great Secularism Debate

January 30, 2015   in Governance |45 comments

Why did the embodiment of Secularism - Nehru and Ambedkar - reject the insertion of the word SECULAR in our Constitution?


We, the Lost People

January 28, 2015   in Criticles |31 comments

In all the controversy stoked by the government’s R-Day ad, we forgot to stop and think what the words in the Preamble really mean.


The Vanishing Hindus of Pakistan – a Demographic Study

January 9, 2015   in Criticles |99 comments

The Hindu population has faced persecution in Pakistan ever since 1947, but it didn’t vanish – it came home.


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