Harmeet Shah Singh

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The writer is Editor with India Today TV.

VARIETY

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Guru Granth Sahib 2015 sacrilege: How Sikh elite is gripped by post-1984 fear, financial interests

The October 14 anniversary of the 2015 police firing, which left two people dead, went largely unobserved outside of Punjab.

VOICES

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POLITICS

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How Punjab Referendum 2020 is a bogus exercise

Organisers have been able to use social media optimally for their propaganda, which is doomed to be a damp squib.

POLITICS

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VARIETY

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Is there anything sacrilegious about Sunny Leone’s ‘Kaur’ past?

SGPC’s objections to the title of the actor's biopic open a Pandora’s box.

POLITICS

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How Kabir's Maghar defies Modi's constituency Kashi

Kabir’s school of thought too stands in complete contrast to the BJP's brand of Hindutva.

POLITICS

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VOICES

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Now, Christians attack Dalit Sikhs in Shillong. Pray tell, where is the outrage?

The trouble reflects a bigger malaise that India suffers from - majoritarianism.

VOICES

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Why India needs a Gagandeep Singh to save us from lynch mob

I changed my profile image on Facebook to the brave cop's as a tribute to his heroism.

VOICES

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What Narendra Modi's Hindutva overdose did to India

Faced with a polarised electorate, 'secularism' will remain a no-go zone for the political establishment - even for the Congress, which has been using 'soft Hindutva'.