Showing 1 - 10 results of 80 for "Sean McLain"
Mainstream views on gender equality don't match reality
The tumult over one horrible rape case reminds us that India faces several grave and windespread problems in the role of women in society.
India's shame is the antidote to this epidemic of rape
Rapists in India were once parade through villages on a donkey. Now would be a good time to revive the policy of shaming men who harass women.
A leadership crisis that India's 'third front' cannot solve
India's regional parties are flexing their muscles at the national level. But they have built-in brakes that will prevent them from using power well if they get it.
A racist wound in north-east India infects the body politic
It should be a time to celebrate Olympic victories, but India seems intent on tearing itself apart.
Ethnic violence in Assam is rooted in Delhi's negligence
Neither the money being poured in an attempt to buy goodwill, nor military action, is helping India's troubled north-east.
Joygopal Podder: India's marathon author
He holds his country’s record for writing the most crime fiction novels in the shortest time. Sean McLain finds out what keeps Joygopal Podder ticking.
Rank populism governs Delhi's broken electricity scheme
Wrong-headed pandering to the public, and special deals for the rich, have made Delhi's power supply a shambles. And water isn't much better.
New Delhi's policy on refugees is proof of moral weakness
Myanmarese refugees have a real and legitimate fear that their right to reside in India could disappear should the democratic reforms in their home country lead to closer ties with New Delhi.
Will the world pay for a slimmed down US military?
The US budget crisis will force some cuts in the American defence establishment, by far the world's largest. The consequences may be complicated.
Six nations, one voice
The federation of seven emirates served as a model to Gulf countries seeking to come together to deal with common issues of security and development, so it is fitting the Gulf Cooperation Council took its first steps here.