Nikhil Wagle

OPEN TO OPINION

English   |   Bangla

The author is a senior journalist from Maharashtra.

VARIETY

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Stop obsessing over Sanjay Dutt, India has still not been able to bring back Dawood

Even after 25 years, we have not been able to catch the culprits who hatched the plan to burn Mumbai.

POLITICS

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Why BJP succeeded in hijacking the anti-Emergency struggle

The need of the hour is to oppose the draconian idea behind the Emergency, irrespective of whether it's declared or undeclared.

POLITICS

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Will Uddhav Thackeray patch up with the BJP?

The Shiv Sena chief is savouring the moment, but will definitely demand his pound of flesh in the near future.

POLITICS

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George Fernandes: The tragedy of a towering hero

The Janata Party leader was the right man caught in the wrong company.

POLITICS

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No, Yeddyurappa is not Vajpayee. Karnataka polls has exposed BJP

In the entire saga, Rahul Gandhi showed political maturity by delegating the work to the right people.

POLITICS

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Has Congress scored a self goal by tying up with JDS

After ruling for five years, the party has readily agreed to play second fiddle and fulfil all the demands of a regional satrap with almost half its seat tally.

VARIETY

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What heckling of Rajdeep Sardesai in Karnataka says about peddlers of hate in Modi's India

What happened to the senior journalist can happen to anyone due to the climate of hate perpetuated by PM and his supporters.

POLITICS

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Bhima Koregaon violence and death of a Dalit teen: What happened to Pooja Sakat?

Reports about the 19-year-old's mysterious death did appear in the media, but nobody took to the streets for her, nobody ran hashtags.

POLITICS

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Who is responsible for 'news ki maut'?

While simply echoing the 'public sentiment' is not journalism, viewers are equally culpable.

VARIETY

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What India is doing to fight for love

Every state has its own form of khap panchayat, even though it is not as pronounced as Haryana.