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Sagarneel Sinha

Sagarneel Sinha

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The writer is a commentator on politics, religion, culture and philosophy.

By Sagarneel Sinha

How a 'caste census' of Pulwama martyrs utterly disparages their sacrifice

Do patriots have a caste, creed or colour? Most certainly not. They are Indians and their loss, more than anything else, makes us realise that truth.

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Why BJP could win Assam in 2019's Lok Sabha polls

The BJP's victory could depend on the Congress party’s ability to polarise the Muslim vote by invoking its favourite weapon, 'secularism’.

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Mizoram: Strong anti-incumbency forces the Congress to play the hard-Christian Card

Mizoram is the only one in the Northeast with a Congress government, and the party is leaving no stone unturned to retain power in the state

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Why using Modi’s doppelganger Abhinandan Pathak will leave Congress red-faced in elections

The Congress' enthusiasm over Pathak suggests the party is not serious about voters' issues and is instead playing childish personality games.

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How Congress embarrassed itself in Karnataka

The party's support to HD Kumaraswany has only added to the weight of the regional parties.

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Why the gulf between Jammu and Kashmir has widened under PDP-BJP rule

The coalition government is facing an uphill task to contain the deteriorating situation.

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CPM party congress in Hyderabad: Can Left reclaim its lost ground?

It seems the five-day session will be wasted in discussing the issue of alliance with the Congress.

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No, liberalism is not under any threat under Modi government

Left liberal intellectuals are spreading canards to get Congress back in power.

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Why Mamata Banerjee's 1:1 formula against the BJP may turn out to be a dud

Sensing the current political pulse of the country, the West Bengal CM has burst onto the national scene with her own ambitions in mind.

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Ram Navami violence: Trinamool trying to 'appropriate' Lord Ram is a moral victory for RSS-BJP

The saffron party's recent win in the communist stronghold of Tripura, a Bengali majority state, has added to Mamata Banerjee's headache.

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Why we worship Durga during Navratri

The conch in her hand symbolises the divine cosmic sound, Om.

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Why Sonia Gandhi's dinner diplomacy is fraught with problems

Some of the party leaders who attended the Congress leader's event are bitter rivals in their home states.

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BJP has made a mistake allying with IPFT in Tripura. It's starting to show

After demolishing the 25-year-old Left regime, the saffron party now has another battle to win, this time with its partner.

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A Tripura youth lays bare how saffron forces demolished the 'red fort'

The BJP’s manifesto was designed mainly to lure the youths by promising to provide smartphones and IT jobs.

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