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Supreme Court could leave the dissenting states red-faced on Citizenship Act
India’s Supreme Court is likely to crack the whip on Wednesday on a few dissenting states who have raised the banner of revolt against the Centre and are looking to...
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BJP are Nazis? It’s time to embarrass and expose you Mr. Kashyap

Ashish Shukla

13th January 2020

I would give credit to Anurag Kashyap for where he is a today. A small-town boy, an outsider to Bollywood, who has carved a niche for himself without quite directing a...

Who’s US to tell India what weapons it must buy for its’ own defence?

Ashish Shukla

12th January 2020

I was seven when the United States sent its nuclear-powered Seventh Fleet to Bay of Bengal to scare India during the 1971 Indo-Pak War. Nearly half a century on,...

Modi and his eerie silence: Rivals are digging up their own grave

Ashish Shukla

10th January 2020

I am a little intrigued by the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party’s prolonged silence since protests and strikes filled our newspapers from headmast to imprint line even...

JNU visit: Ms. Padukone, why not name this man in your pro life and say sorry

Ashish Shukla

8th January 2020

(It’s an open letter to Deepika Padukone. Hopefully she would read it and respond. If for nothing, then for commercial success of her upcoming movie).

“Tukde-tukde gang” and its plan that you don’t know about

Ashish Shukla

7th January 2020

How “tukde-tukde gang” would wish students of this country forget studies or a beckoning career and instead wield sticks and stones, make front page news and...

Modi is an excuse: Real fear is Hindu awakening

Ashish Shukla

5th January 2020

I doubt there has been a more significant month in India’s independent history since The Partition.

“Bloodiest story of human history” and its long shadow on resurgent India

Ashish Shukla

31th December 2019

Never since the bloodbath of the Partition in 1947 which cost two million lives have Muslims and Hindus been so disenchanted with each other as of now and...

Abki baar, 400 Paar: BJP shows up break-India forces

Ashish Shukla

14th December 2019

Think of all the reasons you could in opposing the Citizenship Amendment Act 2019 and you would’ve all of your answers in these two pieces...

A bloodline of martyrs: Why this village rejoices in the blood it sheds

Ashish Shukla

10th December 2019

The present year is a significant one for Indian army, it being the 20th anniversary of Kargil War and the centenary of its role in World War I. India’s martyred...

Gassed to death: A tragedy India finds difficult to live down

Ashish Shukla

8th December 2019

There were men, women and children, thousands of them, bursting through gates of the Bhopal railway platform, emitting a tornado of wails, the crushing pressure dropping...

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