Sanjay Kapoor

Tibet’s long shadow on India China conflict

The use of Tibetan troops of the Special Frontier Force or Establishment 32 in the stand-off with China at Ladakh has propelled young Tibetans to dream of an independent homeland. Autonomy, which the Dalai Lama has been seeking, will no more work

Israel’s separation walls and Delhi siege

Intro: These monstrosities built at Delhi’s borders are not-so-unpredictable. They are straight out of the Israeli security forces playbook that has built a separation wall between the Jews and Palestinians as to separate the alleged ‘barbaric’ from the ‘civilized’.

PLEASE BE DISCREET WITH THE VACCINE!

Can India have a uniform vaccine policy like the draconian nation-wide lockdown? No!

Media, courts and the malice of the State

The year 2020 would be remembered for the manner in which a section of the media has been complicit in disseminating a divisive narrative during the pandemic

India-China face-off: Xi Jinping’s redlines on snow

Informed sources claim that the window to avoid an Indo-China war is for a few months till Joe Biden takes over as US President and snow starts melting in the cold desert. The Chinese want to check out their fears – whether India has become an American military ally or not!

India-China face-off: A frozen turbulence melts in high tension

There has neither been disengagement nor de-escalation at the border. Instead, China has effectively captured big chunks of Indian Territory. The burden rests on Prime Minister Narendra Modi who met Chinese President Xi Jinping 18 times to fix this brewing crisis

Congress Conundrum: can Rahul Gandhi lead party, avoid a split and democratize?

If Rahul Gandhi can’t fight the enemy within, how can he fight the enemy outside who is out to destroy the values and ethos of the freedom movement, the Indian economy, its constitutional safeguards, and all its pillars of secular democracy?

Temple of Lord Ram, pandemic and an angry neighbourhood

Laying of foundation of Ram Temple during the pandemic is the beginning of an exclusionary India that could be challenged by its secular past and its enraged neighbors

Vikas Dubey: Somebody wanted him killed. Somebody with enough power

Beatrice Jauregui views on the recent ‘encounter’ with UP goon, Vikas Dubey, are very interesting, as she believes that the decision to kill him must have been taken at the very top — not by those who killed him.

Why Pharma lobbies are against HCQ?

The success stories from India and elsewhere where an inexpensive HCQ was used to fight the virus were ignored and studies were faked to show how it killed people. Why?