Sayantan Ghosh
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The author is an associate research fellow with the Delhi Assembly Research Center.

POLITICS

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Stubble burning in Covid times: Why Punjab, Haryana's apathy is worsening North India's air

The stubble burning season is here and with Covid already playing havoc with our respiratory systems, the political apathy of state governments is the last thing we need.

POLITICS

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Why BJP is BJP's biggest enemy in Bengal

The main enemy for the saffron party in West Bengal will not be Mamata Banerjee, but the BJP itself.

POLITICS

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How Delhi govt is trying to get the economy back on track in Covid times

The Delhi government under Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has come up with some very significant policy overhauls to combat the state of the poor economy.

POLITICS

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How Delhi govt is helping break the stigma around Covid-19

The Delhi government's initiative of distributing oximeters to Covid patients and establishing plasma banks is a step forward in overcoming the stigma around Covid-19.

POLITICS

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Why India needs a major policy overhaul for the post-Covid period

The need of the hour is rethinking policies and planning for the post-Covid days. The process must start right now.

POLITICS

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Covid-19 and Amphan: Why Bengal needs proper policy and strict implementation

In the political map of India right now, West Bengal has a special significance given that the state is led by Trinamool Congress leader Mamata Banerjee, one of the most vocal critics of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led BJP government.

POLITICS

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Why Arvind Kejriwal had to relax the Delhi lockdown despite coronavirus surge

The Delhi government was one of the first state governments to declare a lockdown. It did so even before the Central government announced it.

VARIETY

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LOL: How to keep children happily engaged this lockdown season

The Delhi government has shown the way on how to make it happen.

VARIETY

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Coronavirus outbreak: Delhi govt acted swiftly, but the battle is far from over

The Arvind Kejriwal administration moved quickly to put in place measures to combat the spread of Covid-19. It hasn’t forgotten the homeless and destitute.

POLITICS

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Why is the judiciary under pressure?

Hearing the plea on hate speeches by BJP leaders ahead of the Delhi riots, the Supreme Court said that it is feeling “pressure” of the circumstances and cannot “handle” the pressure.