Karmanye Thadani is the Consulting Editor (Politics) of Khurpi. Hailing from New Delhi, he holds a law degree from the prestigious Gujarat National Law University (GNLU), Ahmedabad. He has worked with several leading public policy and foreign policy think-tanks in India and authored/co-authored several books (namely 'Anti-Muslim Prejudices in the Indian Context: Addressing and Dispelling Them', 'Women and Sport in India and the World: Examining the History and Suggesting Policy Reforms', 'Onslaughts on Free Speech in India by Means of Unwarranted Film Bans' and 'The Right to Self-Determination of Pakistan's Baloch: Can Balochistan Go the Kosovo Way?'), articles and research papers. He has also been involved in making a television serial on the Indian freedom fighter Maulana Azad.
Violence is fundamentally not something positive, but in self-defence or more controversially and with some ‘if’s and ‘but’s, in pursuit of securing one’s legitimate rights, it may even ...On September 9, 2016 / By Karmanye Thadani
The story of Sarbjit Singh is among the most tragic in the history of Indo-Pak relations. Allegedly, he was picked up in a drunken state by the Pakistani ...On August 29, 2016 / By Karmanye Thadani
Coming from India, which is indeed a noisy, pluralistic democracy that often fails to throw up the best of candidates, leaving us with rather sad choices like between ...On August 12, 2016 / By Karmanye Thadani
BJP MP Satyapal Singh, who, earlier as a cop, had filed complaints against Dr. Zakir Naik during the UPA regime, has been honest enough to acknowledge that there are police ...On August 12, 2016 / By Karmanye Thadani
Given the recent terror strikes in the name of Islam across the globe (even in Muslim-majority countries like Malaysia and Saudi Arabia, and those offering conspiracy theories about ...On July 29, 2016 / By Karmanye Thadani