Tuhin A Sinha

OPEN TO OPINION

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The writer is author, columnist, screenwriter and a young BJP leader.

POLITICS

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Why India is betting big on inland waterways under Modi government

Ferrying products through waterways brings down the transportation costs significantly.

VOICES

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Why the BJP will stand with the devotees of Lord Ayyappa

The party will oppose any judicial attempt to codify Hindu religion.

POLITICS

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Why local body election results in Kashmir are a game changer

While it is easy to dismiss local body elections as non-political, the fact is it gives the Central government direct access and reach to the grassroots.

VARIETY

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#MeToo is a watershed moment: Use it with power and care

This has the potential to change the often humiliating way women are treated at workplaces. But it must recognise the risks of frivolous cases diluting its full impact.

POLITICS

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Rafale Fallout: By calling PM Modi a 'thief', Rahul Gandhi and Congress have attempted political harakiri

Abusive behaviour against the PM, coupled with wild allegations, make Congress look spiteful. Its allies are deserting it. So will the voters.

POLITICS

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The new Shiv Bhakt on the block: Why flippant religious bi-polarity has become Congress' identity

The party's anxiety over the National Herald Case is driving its 'Hindu' makeover for Rahul Gandhi.

POLITICS

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Professional political blackmail is the hallmark of NC and PDP

Farooq Abdullah has proved time and again that, in reality, he is no more than a sophisticated version of Yasin Malik.

POLITICS

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2019 Lok Sabha polls: Why we should ignore Rahul Gandhi at times

The fight for 2019 is clearly between BJP’s substance and Congress' hogwash.

POLITICS

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POLITICS

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What is India doing to protect Kashmiri children’s right to school?

Killing education is aimed at killing humanity, which would result in a savage generation in the years to come.