Mausami Singh

OPEN TO OPINION

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Journalist at heart and by profession. Idealist, optimist, passionate , adventurist and fiercely independent. Three keywords to find me News/Nature/Nomad.

VOICES

 |   4-minute read

Sabarimala to Ayodhya: Politics in the name of God

Hopefully, the voters will realise how easy it is for politicians to fool them in the name of religion and rise to vote for a progressive and powerful India.

VOICES

 |   4-minute read

Sabarimala violence: How I got attacked by an angry mob of protestors in Kerala

Self-proclaimed messengers of god, unleashing evil and then calling it an act of god is religious fundamentalism at it ugliest.

VARIETY

 |   8-minute read

We've all been Chand Nawabs: A TV reporter's real-time goofs and gaffes

Every TV reporter dreams of doing PTCs (piece to camera). But every reporter also deals with the nightmare of gaffes.

POLITICS

 |   3-minute read

Rajya Sabha deputy chairman election: Can united Opposition win this battle?

As Congress, TMC try for a tie-up, BJD could prove to be the dark horse.

POLITICS

 |   5-minute read

Kairana by-poll: Why BJP is raking up 'Hindu exodus' stink to ask for votes

The stakes are very high for the BJP pitted against a united Opposition.

VOICES

 |   4-minute read

India Today journalist on the disgusting turn of events during Rahul Gandhi's midnight march

While Priyanka Gandhi lost her cool, the crowd exposed the rotten mindset of the Indian society.

VOICES

 |   4-minute read

Jodhpur diary: The tale of a star, the star-struck and the guardians

A journalist’s account of how jail treated star guest Salman Khan

VOICES

 |   4-minute read

Madison Square to Muscat Stadium, why Narendra Modi remains a crowd-puller

The breaking of protocol, the long-held handshakes, the selfie moments and the 'jhappis' are all trademark Modi gestures.

VOICES

 |   5-minute read

Rahul Gandhi may be physically fit, but politics requires different stamina

With all eyes fixed on the Congress president, he will have to prove his political mettle soon.

VOICES

 |   6-minute read