The writer is Associate Editor of the India-based news website www.thefederal.com
The muzzling of critical media and suspending labour laws are all worrying signs for Indian democracy.
India's lockdown has disproportionately hurt the country's most vulnerable.
From Prime Minister Narendra Modi down to the average citizen, the scourge of fake news is ravaging India's public discourse.
The discriminatory amendment to India's Citizenship Act of 1955 has come up against a formidable foe: the Indian Constitution.
The bill, which looks all set to become law, will for the first time distinguish citizens of India on the basis of religion.
The contentious 135-year dispute over the Babri mosque has finally come to an end, and a temple will now replace the mosque built on the orders of the first Mughal King, Babur.
Mahatma Gandhi is symbolically everpresent in India, but much of what he stood for is now lost.
Political opposition in India is all but fading away as Prime Minister Narendra Modi bulldozes laws through the Indian Parliament and 'convinces' politicians to defect to his party.
The US-India relationship is not mutually beneficial as India seems to be making all the concessions while the US disregards India's interests.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's former economic advisor has rubbished India's claim to the fastest growing economy in the world - but that's just the tip of the iceberg.
If Prime Minister Narendra Modi's party, the BJP, doesn't win the election, there are still no guarantees that society will be able to moderate itself.
India's strikes on Pakistan were expected to bring a boon for the Modi government ahead of the general election in the country. Has it worked out that way?
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