All stories by Sreenivasan Jain
The economic cost of conflict in KashmirRediff.com23 Aug 2016
If and when this latest crisis moves towards resolution, it's unlikely that the economic solutions will take much precedence, says Sreenivasan Jain.
Mother knows best: The view from a Jayalalithaa rallyRediff.com26 Apr 2016
A recent Salem event was perhaps the first time many in the crowd were seeing Jayalalithaa in person in the past five years. A brief stint in jail had made her more reclusive. But none of that seemed to matter.
Ishrat and the death of nuanceRediff.com16 Feb 2016
What Headley's testimony does achieve is expose the Congress' ham-fisted attempts to taint an otherwise credible probe. That, however, does not become an assertion of Ishrat's membership of the LeT.
Disproportionate action against Teesta Setalvad?Rediff.com21 Jul 2015
The government does not seem to have sufficient grounds to invoke the CBI against Teesta Setalvad.
The noise around the land acquisition lawRediff.com3 Mar 2015
Land laws in India need not be archaic, say experts.
The parivar has abandoned restraintRediff.com6 Jan 2015
The scale and nature of Modi's election victory mean the higher tiers of the Sangh Parivar feel no need for restraint, says Sreenivasan Jain
Muzaffarnagar riot-hit victims still stuck in nowhere landRediff.com8 Jan 2014
The last batch of post-riot refugees are stuck between the government and camp patrons who have gone from being benefactors to opportunists, says Sreenivasan Jain
Success mantra of Kejriwal and CoRediff.com11 Dec 2013
Sreenivasan Jain explains how the Aam Aadmi Party excelled in the Delhi assembly polls
Why PM should have taken the flight to Sri LankaRediff.com13 Nov 2013
The prime minister should have visited Sri Lanka, armed with a critique of the Rajapakse government based on nuance and fact, says Sreenivasan Jain