The crimes of 2002 cannot be forgotten. It is still not too late for Narendra Modi to make amends by a sincere, thorough programme of rehabilitation of the victims and by a sincere apology, however belated. Accountability brooks no exceptions. By A.G. NOORANI
The problems arising from the bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh, such as the transfer of 205 tribal villages in the submergence zone of the Polavaram project, begin to haunt K. Chandrasekhar Rao, the Telangana Chief Minister. By N. RAHUL in Hyderabad
The Government of India’s affidavit in the Katchativu case leans on three Supreme Court rulings that distinguish between the settlement of boundary disputes and the cession of territory. They could also show the way in settling the boundary dispute with China. BY A.G. NOORANI
DURING one of his campaigns in Visakhapatnam, YSR Congress Party chief Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy said: “Give us all the 25 Lok Sabha seats...
To reduce the members of the Council of Ministers to ciphers is to subvert the Constitution. The trend has been set afoot. By A.G. NOORANI
The manner of Professor Saibaba’s arrest and his detention in judicial custody raise questions about police high-handedness. By DIVYA TRIVEDI
The Telangana Rashtra Samithi and the Telugu Desam Party come to power in Telangana and Seemandhra in the bifurcated States of Andhra Pradesh, dealing the Congress a stunning blow. BY K. VENKATESHWARLU
Surpassing its own expectations, the Biju Janata Dal led by Naveen Patnaik romps home with 117 of the 147 Assembly seats. By PRAFULLA DAS in Bhubaneswar