Kamal Mitra Chenoy

OPEN TO OPINION

The writer is an academic and activist.

VARIETY

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ABVP created ruckus during JNU Students Union election because it saw defeat coming

The university is a bugbear for the Narendra Modi government and its supporters.

POLITICS

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POLITICS

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What the arrests of activists linked to the Bhima Koregaon case tell us about the real threat to India

A Latin proverb says: “suppressio veri, suggestio falsi” — suppress the truth, suggest falsehoods.

POLITICS

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Instead of dodging 1984, Congress should acknowledge the past

Several Congress leaders were repeatedly named in allegations about the anti-Sikh crimes of 1984. Denials by Rahul Gandhi won't take that away.

POLITICS

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The AAP effect: What the SC judgment means for other Union Territories

Puducherry CM V Narayanasamy, who has also been having problems with L-G Kiran Bedi, has hailed the verdict.

VARIETY

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MONEY

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How much more proof do we need that demonetisation was unnecessary?

Lakhs of people waited in queues for banks to open, sometimes for days, while politicians, bankers and black money operators made merry.

POLITICS

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AAP’s chasing a ‘federalism’ fantasy – Constitution does empower Centre with far greater powers than states

Regional parties supporting Arvind Kejriwal’s bid for reform is significant. But its impact could be limited.

POLITICS

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Why now, 'holy cow'

The animal occupies a central place in real violence across modern India. It hasn't benefited the cow. But it's helping politicians.

VOICES

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How India loves silencing its secular intellectuals

It's terribly unfortunate how great minds like MM Kalburgi, Narendra Dabholkar, Govind Pansare and Gauri Lankesh were assassinated.