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.
One of the most clichéd topics of public policy debate in this country, on which almost every Indian has a stand, pertains to the issue of reservations in ...On September 2, 2015 / By Karmanye Thadani
Those voting for Narendra Modi in the 2014 General Elections included a section of blind hero-worshipers of Modi who had voted either out of extreme Hindu rightist views ...On August 11, 2015 / By Karmanye Thadani
While we all saw the brouhaha in parliament surrounding the creation of Telangana, there is another region in our country which has a long history of a movement ...On February 23, 2014 / By Karmanye Thadani