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Tough times for Narendra Modi’s politics

The situation now is somewhat similar to what it was nearly four decades ago, and fertile for the re-emergence of…

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Living by mythological stories…

Indians can claim to fight at the borders but, in a strange paradox are allowed to die, in the tens…

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Observations of an Expat: India Imagined

The confusion and polarization means more political rallies, more Hindu festivals, less transparency, more lies, more corruption, more division and…

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Bengal: Acts of vandalism are no accidents

Acts of vandalism during the electioneering in Bengal are not accidents. The Hindutva forces are attacking on the distinct and…

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Death is only an equalizer…

Covid-19 is the disease but just beneath the surface is the real disease that kills all of us, regardless of…

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Reducing the civilization to a bubble of clichés’

India is playing in the hands of mediocre leadership, which is unable to deliver genuine progress. The idea of India…

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Is Bengal changing at the grassroots?

Our world has changed. So has Bengal. A lot of savage behavior of people, of a disturbing nature—particularly in rural…

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What the Bengal is thinking today?

Bengal, after many decades, now seems to be saying that it is changing, but also very much wants to be…

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Modi vs Mamata: India’s battle for glory

India’s soul is at stake. Bengalis will be voting this year, 2021 in a highly charged and divisive election. At…

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Democracy’s free fall in India

As long as Modi’s opponents live in denial about their own shortcomings and Modi’s immense strengths, his political supremacy will…

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