Angshukanta Chakraborty

OPEN TO OPINION

Angiography

Opinionator at DailyO. Because criticism is the opium of the classes.

POLITICS

 |  Angiography  |   20-minute read

It's a tragedy the media failed to see how Finance Bill endangers idea of India

How is it that something that’d turn political funding totally opaque, and the very idea of citizenship fragile, wasn’t deemed ‘newsworthy’?

POLITICS

 |  Angiography  |   8-minute read

Najeeb Ahmed Googling ISIS isn’t the issue, rewarding hate speech is

In this vikas-loving country, browsing for communally-charged content is frowned upon, but not creating it.

POLITICS

 |  Angiography  |   8-minute read

Why Arunabh Kumar's ‘I find a woman sexy, I tell her’ is sexual harassment at workplace

The Viral Fever co-founder’s ‘frank admission’ on complimenting women is not only revolting, it’s borderline illegal.

POLITICS

 |  Angiography  |   7-minute read

POLITICS

 |  Angiography  |   7-minute read

When Modi sarkar reveals its plans to bring in a more draconian sedition law

The colonial relic, which in itself should be done away with, might be given a more macabre makeover, if Venkaiah Naidu is to be believed.

POLITICS

 |  Angiography  |   10-minute read

Are you sick, Randeep Hooda? Rape threats are not funny

If you saw ‘wit’ in Sehwag’s reply at the expense of the young girl’s well-being, then both of you proved yourselves to be closet sexists.

POLITICS

 |  Angiography  |   7-minute read

We need to save the university from ABVP

Anybody who does not want India to become a country of saffronised sheep must join in this struggle against the 'Sanghification' of India.

POLITICS

 |  Angiography  |   7-minute read

Tax-exempting Patanjali Yogpeeth is achhe din for Hindutva capitalism

The ‘medical relief’ and ‘yoga’ clauses cited by the I-T Appellate Tribunal are bogus since there’s nothing free in Baba Ramdev’s aggressive swadeshi marketing.

POLITICS

 |  Angiography  |   5-minute read

Army chief saying stone-pelters are jihadi aides bodes ill for Kashmir

General Bipin Rawat's unusually harsh tone towards denizens of the conflict state indicates the summer of 2017 could be as bloody as the last one.

POLITICS

 |  Angiography  |   3-minute read

Rohith Vemula's caste, meat in Akhlaq's fridge and shame made in India

The obsession with certifying the dead man's social bracket has eerie parallels with the way 'beef' rumours killed a man in Dadri.