Pawan Khera
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School of Thought

Political Analyst working with the Indian National Congress

POLITICS

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Indian soldiers died due to Modi's weak Pakistan policy

As Gujarat CM, he had ridiculed the UPA for going soft on the neighbouring country. Now he finds himself in a corner with limited options.

POLITICS

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In Modi and Kejriwal's game of degrees, Indian voter's the biggest loser

Institutions have a sanctity that individuals cannot be allowed to tamper with, howsoever irresponsible the individuals are.

POLITICS

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Modi government bullying media over AgustaWestland won't work

By attacking each other, on the other hand, journalists are helping the political class in polarising them.

POLITICS

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BJP's non-stop attack shows it's still scared of the Gandhis

Why were there no page one stories on Amit Shah's Rs 3,875 rent for a sprawling eight-bedroom house in Lutyens' Delhi?

POLITICS

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Drought shaming IPL won't end Maharashtra's water crisis

Not only should the event be cancelled, the lawns of Raj Bhawan, Mahalakshmi Race Course and the rich must also face the dry spell.

MONEY

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Arun Jaitley's proposal of taxing provident fund is a cruel joke

The honest taxpayer is left with no assured financial instrument to park his hard-earned salary.

POLITICS

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POLITICS

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Blame our media for Modi shaming India in UK

The shame India experienced in London is thanks to his inexplicable silence back home.

POLITICS

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Anupam Kher needs to stop misleading people

It is not India, but the government that is intolerant.

POLITICS

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Arun Jaitley's done a terrible job defending Modi's silence

The Union finance minister blames state governments for letting crimes happen but chooses to stay silent on who the criminals are.