Bangladesh ministers have made their displeasure clear. The US and France have raised concerns on Kashmir clampdown and Japan’s Shinzo Abe cancelled a trip.
Much like Rahul Gandhi, Priyanka chooses to waltz into issues and situations as per whim, with little coherence or perceptible dedication.
How do you get Hindus, farmers, workers to join and keep alive the protests against Modi government? JP and Morarji Desai had lessons.
The anti-CAA/NRC protests in India are public agitations that demand adherence to the Constitution, not a departure from it.
The Indian example has always been a sense of wonder: a post-colonial country that was able to sustain democracy, avoid military rule, and protect its territory with little social strife.
If Modi government intended the envoys to see the situation in Kashmir ‘first-hand’, it needed to do more than letting the diplomats spend 3-4 hours there.
Although India’s Look East and now Act East policy paid attention to them, the eastern neighbours were just seen as economic and strategic partners for a long time.
Four quick-impact reforms are already on the Modi government’s agenda. It is time for the BJP to heed its own advice.