Devdan Chaudhuri

OPEN TO OPINION

The writer is the author of 'Anatomy of Life'. He is one of the contributing editors of The Punch Magazine and lives in Kolkata.

VARIETY

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Ask who is responsible for the 4-day mayhem that followed Karnataka election results

Our elected government, powered by our votes, shouldn't attempt to weaken democracy and institutions.

POLITICS

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How Prime Minister Narendra Modi is waging a war on reality

India is facing grave challenges in all spheres, but Right propaganda projects several holograms to keep up the morale of the cadres and the devotees.

VARIETY

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How did Lord Rama become a Hindu god?

Epic tales and poems become our culture, they start to govern our politics as well, like Ramayana and Ramcharitmanas.

VARIETY

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POLITICS

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POLITICS

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Nandan Nilekani saying Aadhaar can be used to sell data is very worrying

Infosys co-founder's latest statement is akin to suggesting Indians can sell someone else’s kidney without the person's consent or knowledge.

VARIETY

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Stephen Hawking will forever be remembered for speaking truth to power

The physicist displayed all characteristics of a great mind along with the additional trait of being involved in political activism.

VARIETY

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How Lenin and Russian Revolution in 1917 played a role in the origin of Women's Day

March 8 is a day to strengthen the fight against the 21st century struggles where women are still vying for equality, choice, freedom, peace and justice.

POLITICS

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What if India becomes a Hindu Rashtra?

Fear, hate and insecurity will be exploited to push down anti-people policies aimed at greater control and more profit.

POLITICS

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Why Rahul Gandhi’s temple run is not ‘soft-Hindutva’

In the pretext of Hindu religion and nationalism, BJP is shoving pro-super-rich neoliberalism and Savarkar’s Hindutva down our throats.