Ranjit Bhushan
New Delhi
My Stories
#Throwback 1947

In the early 1940s, when the idea of Pakistan had been well mooted and in the air, no one quite knew what it stood for.

Fifth columnist: China’s new chairman

At the Zhurihe military base in Inner Mongolia, also Asia’s largest military training camp, a live demonstration by the People’ Liberation Army (PLA) with Chinese President Xi Jinping in military f

Fifth columnist: Educational Apartheid

Everyone agrees that education is the key that holds remedies to various ills that plague the world in general and India in particular.

Fifth columnist:Fear Phobia

Democratic India’s sensitivity about privacy is legion. In fact, it would not be inaccurate to say that for the civil society in this country, it borders on being obsessive.

Fifth Columnist: Off with the velvet gloves

The Sino-Indian conflict of 1962 was a much-discussed theme in India in 2012-2013, the fiftieth anniversary of the high mountain border war between two Asian giants.

Fifth Columnist:Disquiet on Eastern front There is an unwelcome air on India’s normally dormant 3,500-km eastern border with China.
Fifth Columnist: Chimerical unity Democratic politics is all about periodic shows of strength, of thrust and parry and of showmanship and claims, all aimed at changing the discourse and atmospherics of the day.
Fifth Columnist:Look West As far as the question of China is concerned, Nepal’s former prime minister and the country’s most popular Maoist leader Pushpa Kumar Dahal or Prachanda told me in an interview in 2014, “With India we
Fifth Columnist: Summer of discontent Even in these days of high velocity lobbying by various ‘vote banks’ to get a bite of the Indian democratic pie, there is no group as powerful and influential as the farmers.
Fifth Columnist: Paradigm Shift When physicist philosopher Albert Einstein wrote loftily, “It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge,” he obviously had not come to India.

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