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Sandip Ghose is a writer and blogger on current affairs. Views expressed are personal and does not reflect those of his employer

POLITICS

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One year of lockdown: The lessons learnt

Covid-19 has been a baptism by fire for us as a nation. The biggest gain has been in the rise of our self-confidence and as we reach out to the world with Vaccine Maitri, it is a new India the world is dealing with.

POLITICS

 |  RIGHT Foot Forward  |   6-minute read

Tamil Nadu elections 2021: A letter from the Nilgiris

Edappadi K Palaniswami has emerged as a formidable force that is here to stay. It would be a mistake to discount him anymore.

VARIETY

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Happy New Year: Why Corona may not follow the Gregorian or even the Chinese calendar

In the nine months since its outbreak and being declared a pandemic, Covid-19 has challenged many paradigms and blown quite a few myths.

VARIETY

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What the TRP bomb means for the future of media

There is a major disruption around the corner in the world of media. No one knows the shape of things to come, but it is for certain that content will once again be the king.

POLITICS

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How states must shift their focus from Lockdown to Unlock to restart the economy

With a sustained dip in revenues, the states are justified in seeking relief from the Centre. However, they have to also do their own bit to revive the economy.

POLITICS

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Why PM's Independence Day speech was low on delivery despite sincere intent

Narendra Modi has political equity and people’s mandate for radical reforms. This is an opportunity India cannot afford to miss.

POLITICS

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How Rajasthan horse-trading in Covid times is politically damaging

The developments in Rajasthan are particularly disturbing, and reveal a frightening callousness of our political class.

VARIETY

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Why post-Covid life will be all about managing daily disruptions

Work from home also means intrusion into the family structure. Counterintuitive as it may seem, home-offices, far from improving work-life balance, may actually end up destroying it.

VARIETY

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What businesses and corporate houses can do to kickstart the economy

The Covid war is far from over. India has done well in managing the pandemic so far. But the gains achieved can be easily undone by a few follies.

POLITICS

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Total boycott of Chinese goods is impractical, but posturing is not a bad idea

Visuals of people throwing 'Made in China' TV sets from their balconies and nationalist groups protesting with anti-China banners are useful ‘conflict-time’ optics that the Chinese state-owned media did not miss.