The Securitization of Punjab’s Political Economy Crisis
By Mahika Khosla
Over a month after Amritpal Singh’s arrest, the root causes of tensions in Punjab remain largely ignored by New Delhi.
Khalistan: A False Dawn?
By Joe Wallen and Tushar Shetty
The shadowy reemergence of the global Khalistan project.
Indian Police Arrest Sikh Separatist Leader After Long Hunt
By Ashok Sharma and Prabhjot Gill
After a month-long manhunt in Punjab, Amritpal Singh was apprehended outside a Sikh shrine in Moga.
India’s Main Opposition Party Suffers a Crisis in Punjab
By Krzysztof Iwanek
Internal bickering within the Indian National Congress will likely lead to the party losing one of the few states it rules.
Congress Party Chaos in Punjab
By Anik Joshi
Punjab is a microcosm of both the Congress party’s problems and those of the Indian opposition more broadly.
By-Election in Punjab Reveals an Uphill Struggle for Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf
By Umair Jamal
What does the recent by-election in Punjab tell us about the province's political dynamics?