When Radcliffe divided the erstwhile British India into two, the rivers of the Indus water system decided not to give a fuck. The Indus & its sidekicks had been flowing the way they did since eternity & they were not going to be perturbed by this newfangled concept called a nation-state. Continue reading Understanding The Indus Water Treaty
If we are to participate in OIC, it should only be as a member, nothing less than that. Continue reading Old Acquaintances: India And The OIC
John Maynard Keynes labelled IMF & World Bank as “Master Fund” and “Miss Bank” respectively. This assignment of gender reveals the functions of the two Institutions quite well. Continue reading IMF & World Bank: How do they differ?
Open a Coke Studio song on youtube & scroll down to the comment section. The comment section brims with Indians and people all over the world praising how beautiful Pakistani music is. You will find Indians professing their love for the Pakistani neighbors like you won’t find anywhere else. Continue reading Coke Studio as Pakistan’s Soft Power
In one Parliament session, the legislators bring hundreds of Constitution Amendment bills each attempting to amend an Article. Won’t this essentially result in a new constitution? When does the amended constitution stops being our constitution? Continue reading Understanding Kesavanda Bharti
The autonomy of the Reserve Bank of India has been more of a fiction than a reality. The RBI was born on the All Fools Day in 1935 & its autonomy, for most of its history, has been a joke. Continue reading The Myth Of RBI’s Autonomy
“Our farm policy is so bad, the proverb ‘you reap what you sow’ isn’t true any longer. A bumper crop is no different from a drought, for it too depresses farm incomes.” Continue reading A Critical Look At The Farm Loan Waivers