The Indian Analyst

Editorials - 2004

  • Resurgent Violence in J&K
    India has all the strong cards required to bring Pakistan to heel, but is unwilling to use them.  Listed here are five compelling reasons that can convince Kashmiris about the wisdom of staying with India.

  • Meritocracy in the Private Sector
    A venal political class, unable so far to destroy India's spirit of entrepreneurship, just might succeed by introducing caste-based job quotas in the private sector.

  • War on the People
    Andhra Pradesh's talks with Naxalite groups is fraught with dangerous consequences not just for the state but for all of India.

  • Middle-class Devotee's Appeal
    If the middle class hesitates to come out on the streets and protest, the Acharya will continue to languish in prison.

  • 'Nobody is above the law'
    “Nobody is above the law of our country. Let truth prevail, and the guilty be punished” says His Holiness Jagadguru Shankaracharya Sri Jayendra Saraswathi Swamigal of Sri Kanchi Kamakoti Peetam

  • 'SP has no regard for law'
    The man running the case against the Kanchi seer was once denounced by the High Court as a barbarian. His track record is full of dark deeds that would put hardcore criminals to shame.

  • US Leaders Oppose F-16 Sale
    Two prominent Congressional leaders have warned Bush against selling F-16s to Pakistan saying it can seriously undermine US-India relations.

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