Kamal Mitra Chenoy

OPEN TO OPINION

The writer is an academic and activist.

VOICES

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It's a pity Modi government's war against corruption is only for opposition parties

This is not to say that the corrupt shouldn't face action. But why target only political opponents?

VOICES

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How Modi government is fudging IIP growth with help from statisticians

Industrial output figures can be 'tweaked' by including top performers or dropping poor performers.

POLITICS

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Did you know our Hindu ancestors ate beef?

Is the diet of our people going to be decided by quasi-religious and majoritarian reasons?

POLITICS

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What secular parties can learn from the Sangh Parivar

The BJP is where it is today because it faced challenges and overcame them.

POLITICS

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Secular parties need to get together to defeat BJP at its own game

Those who don't swim together, sink together.

VOICES

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Why MCD election result is not a referendum on AAP

The hype of the media and Sangh Parivar has been heightened by disregarding the statistics of the actual votes counted.

POLITICS

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7 times political challenges trumped the Supreme Court

In these times when institutions are in crisis, the apex court must rise to the occasion.

POLITICS

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Babri Masjid is a classic case of justice delayed, justice denied

The conspiracy case accepted for judicial scrutiny now is not nearly as strong as it could have been.

POLITICS

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POLITICS

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By cutting funds for research, government is failing education sector

JNU, India's top research university, has seen a massive cut in MPhil and PhD seats by 80 per cent.