September 1, 2008Aside

Pragati September 2008: Kashmir concerns us

Issue Contents

This is an archived blog post from The Acorn.

PERSPECTIVE

Don’t fall for crowd power

India has seen off secessionism before

K Subrahmanyam

No more partitions please, we’re Indians

A united India is the best hope for all its people

Rohit Pradhan, Shashi Shekhar & Sushant K Singh

Liberal solutions

Adopting truly liberal solutions can save Kashmir—and the concept of India itself

Harsh Gupta

Dealing with the Taliban insurgency

Pakistan is yet to evolve a cohesive strategy for its tribal areas

Ayesha Saeed

IN DEPTH

Shaping the neighbourhood

A discussion on strategic affairs with C Raja Mohan

Nitin Pai

IN PARLIAMENT

Reforming land acquisition

Frameworks for acquiring land and rehabilitating affected people

M R Madhavan

ROUNDUP

Pope Gregory VII, Singur and morality

Stealing private property is wrong, even when the state does it

Vipin Veetil

Retail in doldrums

A veritable job-machine is being prevented from starting

Prashant Kumar Singh

More to microfinance than moneylending

A sceptic’s defence of microfinance

Aadisht Khanna

BOOKS

A very brief Kalam

The insubstantial memoirs of a presidential secretary

Samanth Subramanian

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