Angshukanta Chakraborty

OPEN TO OPINION

Angiography

Former assistant editor, DailyO

POLITICS

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Why Renuka Chowdhury’s laughter is more powerful than that of Modi coterie

While the Congress MP was laughing at PM’s ‘experiments with truth’, his rebuke was about patriarchy unsuccessfully silencing women who laugh.

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Have questions over Rafale deal made Nirmala Sitharaman lose her sheen?

In five months, India’s first full-time woman defence minister has gone from being a transparency crusader to be part of something highly unsettling.

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VARIETY

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Like Savarkar to Godse, how Indian right wing is killing Gandhi all over again

Through their daily incantations of violence against the minorities and seculars, the Hindutva apparatchiks are replaying the 70-year-old assassination.

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India’s top 1 per cent owning 73 per cent of its wealth shows we are unequal by design

Oxfam’s devastating report is released as World Economic Forum is held in Davos, but who’s listening?

POLITICS

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World Economic Forum 2018: Anti-globalist Trump and FDI-hungry Modi stand for clashing trends in Davos

The annual winter meet in praise of global capital faces several challenges, despite the yogic icing on the top.

POLITICS

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India-Israel ‘big data’ deal leaves questions about security and privacy unanswered

With Aadhaar hearing ongoing in the Supreme Court, how is this inter-governmental agreement preparing for the issues that are being debated?

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How little Moshe Holtzberg turned into a trauma memorial for India-Israel ties

Orphaned in Mumbai 26/11 terror attacks, he shouldn’t have to relive his pain over and over again.

VARIETY

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Orange passports for underprivileged Indians is plain discriminatory

This would impact millions of Indian migrant workers working in the 18 ECR countries.