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  • 10 Ways Jeff Bezos Can Spend His $10 Billion Earth Fund In India
    Chetan Bhattacharji
    In a few months' time, Jeff Bezos will start making grants from the $10 billion Bezos Earth Fund he has set up. India, as well as South Asia, needs such commitment to fight, in his words, the devastating impact of climate change.
    Blog
  • How Trump Visit Could Leverage CAA And Kashmir Against PM Modi
    Maya Mirchandani
    As India rolls out the red carpet to receive US President Donald Trump next week, rough spots that have arisen in the wake of the Modi government's decisions on Kashmir and the subsequent passing of the Citizenship Amendment Act will need diplomatic resolution.
    Opinion
  • Kejriwal's Stale Cabinet Shows Regressive, Chauvinistic Values
    Ashutosh
    The selection or "non selection" of Arvind Kejriwal's new cabinet speaks volume about the personality traits of the man. It's a stale cabinet, it has no new talent, it lacks vision and it promotes non-performance.
    Opinion
  • I Was With Kanhaiya Kumar When His Car Was Attacked
    Manish Kumar
    For the seventh time in two weeks, Kanhaiya Kumar's convoy was targeted today as he drove through Gaya, part of his journey across Bihar to galvanize support against the controversial new citizenship law.
    Blog
  • The Consequences For Modi And BJP Of Amit Shah's Delhi Disaster
    Swati Chaturvedi
    Amit Shah, the most powerful Home Minister in recent times and undoubtedly the face of the BJP's campaign in Delhi, has ceded that the dark, divisive and communal exercise to win Delhi may have led to the party's monumental defeat.
    Opinion
  • The Nationwide Need For Shaheen Bagh - By Salman Khurshid
    Disobedience in a democracy has suddenly become central to our public discourse because of the protests inspired by Shaheen Bagh. Clearly the government has no idea about the concept but there is some reason to believe that people opposed to the government's position might also be mistaken about its dimensions.
    Opinion
  • Prashant Kishor's Role In Kejriwal's Giant Feat
    Krishan Partap Singh
    By all accounts, this was a 'Modi for PM and Kejriwal for CM' election. In a Lok Sabha election, the floating vote in Delhi is still likely to vote for Modi. Kejriwal had no challenger at the state-level and Modi has none at the national-level. At least thus far.
    Opinion
  • Kejriwal's 62-Seat Takedown Of Amit Shah
    Swati Chaturvedi
    Arvind Kejriwal has aced "smart politics"; he refused to fall into the trap of Amit Shah's Big Bang Hyper-Nationalism and has 62 seats to show for it.
    Opinion
  • Kejriwal Didn't Stand Up To Modi - He Side-Stepped Him
    Mihir Swarup Sharma
    If the BJP's campaign has been one of open malice, the AAP's campaign has been no less damaging to India's soul. This is a victory of not just cowardice, but of submission to the BJP's core values.
    Opinion
  • How AAP Used Social Media To Take On BJP's Massive Machinery
    Ankit Lal
    "I hope the emphatic win of the Aam Aadmi Party in Delhi for the third time in a row has finally closed the debate of whether AAP will be able to survive the onslaught of a vicious and massive BJP election machine."
    Opinion
  • 10 Reasons For Kejriwal Pounding BJP Today
    Ashutosh
    In the end, AAP proved to be smarter. Kejriwal did not engage with Modi, attack him or get dented by the BJP's attempt to claim sole rights on nationalism. Will the BJP realize that its approach of hate has failed? Bengal and Bihar will establish what next.
    Opinion
  • If AAP Wins Delhi, PM Modi Shouldn't Worry In The Least
    Aunindyo Chakravarty
    AAP's possible victory in Delhi should not worry Narendra Modi in the least bit. A section of AAP's voters will easily switch back to him in 2024, if he plays his cards right.
    Blog
  • RG's Latest Fumble Against Modi Exposes His Weaknesses
    Sudheendra Kulkarni
    Rahul Gandhi, after the debacle he and his party suffered in the 2019 parliamentary polls, is both combative and prone to unforced errors. He is sometimes casual and careless to the point of looking downright immature. Moreover, he often fumbles against a powerful opponent like Narendra Modi who is out to finish both his party and his family's lega...
    Opinion
  • What About Minorities Being Persecuted In Our Country, Mr Modi?
    Brinda Karat
    The entire basis of the CAA - to give shelter to persecuted minorities - is revealed as being entirely hypocritical when one watches and listens to the speeches of BJP leaders who have become living examples of what and who a persecutor is.
    Opinion
  • It's Kejriwal Vs The Might Of WhatsApp University
    Aunindyo Chakravarty
    Arvind Kejriwal knows this which is why he was so keen to distance himself from the anti-CAA protests. That is why he is so anxious to tell Delhi that he can recite the Hanuman Chalisa. It is an acknowledgement that thanks to WhatsApp University, every battle will now be fought in the arena constructed by the BJP.
    Blog

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