Abhinav Prakash
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Abhinav Prakash Singh, Assistant Professor at Delhi University and columnist.

VARIETY

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How Narendra Modi has busted Pakistan's myth and shown it India's glorious tradition of boldly fighting back

Pakistan has long peddled the fake narrative that India abhors military action and only its elites were warriors anyway. With PM Narendra Modi, Pakistan is now discovering how wrong it was.

POLITICS

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Why Priyanka Gandhi needs to pull off a Mayawati to win UP

Much like Mayawati, Priyanka has to prove her mettle in realpolitik. The only way for that is for her to forge a real connection with the voters on ground-level and stop being a Delhi-based star campaigner.

POLITICS

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What no one talked of after Congress' wins: The party is back to wooing Brahmins, and stoking caste fears

The self-anointed 'saviour of Dalits' raised reservation and the restoration of the Atrocities Act in its recent campaigns.

VARIETY

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Why the Statue of Unity is such a pain for the left and liberals

Campus communists and regressive leftists have always sought India’s disintegration. No wonder this tribute irks them so much.

VOICES

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Why I believe Abhijit Iyer-Mitra is collateral damage of a bigger political play

Does it behove the dignity of a legislative Assembly to go after an individual?

POLITICS

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Rafale Controversy: Opposition allegations of a scam are built on quicksand

The controversy has now turned into a theatre of the absurd. It's utterly vacuous and unwarranted.

POLITICS

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How Left has irrevocably damaged JNU's electoral politics

It may have won again in its stronghold, but it is doubtful that JNU and the Left itself will survive such anarchy for long.

POLITICS

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Remember this: Maoism aims to end not just BJP or Congress, but democracy itself

You can dislike a government. You can vote it out. But once Maoism is in place, all such freedom ends.