Tag Archives: Kanhaiya Kumar

View from India: Breakdown of Law and Media Trial

Two forms of nationalism emerging are emerging in India —an aggressive, dominating and capable of assaults while the second one being democratic and demanding the right to dissent.

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Do Lawyers Have the Right to Punish in India?

The assault on Kanhaiya Kumar by a group of lawyers is a reminder that some of the lawyers have tainted the image of the bar in India, writes one analyst.

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View from New Delhi: Taxpayers and JNU Controversy

Sections of Indian taxpayers will do well to pay attention to the huge waste of national resources going on under Prime Minister Modi's watch than targeting the students of Jawaharlal Nehru University for their opinion.

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View from New Delhi: Attack on Freedom of Speech

India’s Jawaharlal Nehru University had always been recognized for its democratic space and left politics. Arresting innocent students on criminal charges just because they were shouting ‘anti-national’ protests exposes the levels to which Modi government has stooped down to.

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