Shuja-ul-Haq
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Senior Special Correspondent, India Today TV. In spare time I volunteer for Read Room Circle. Setup libraries for underprivileged.

POLITICS

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Where were the Chowkidaars? A Muslim family attacked in Gurgaon found they had none

The assault came just days after the horrific terrorist violence on mosques in New Zealand. NZ has shown how to soothe such pain. Will India follow its lead?  

VOICES

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The state is failing its people when it comes to welfare. Who answers?

In Kashmir, doctors turned away a pregnant woman who then delivered a dead baby. India claims to be a global leader in healthcare. Then why is it failing its own people so brutally?

POLITICS

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Why Shah Faesal’s acts of ‘small defiances’ deserve to be heard

Faesal has touched many hearts by his sacrifice of a promising career as a top bureaucrat ahead. We need to listen to this unusual young man.

VOICES

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2018 was all doom and gloom for Kashmir. Why I am hopeful for a better 2019

There is no sign of any effort being made to resolve the conflict and end the cycle of violence.

POLITICS

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Sajjan Kumar’s conviction: Hate is used as a political tool too often, punished too rarely

After 34 years, the victims of 1984 get justice. For others, the wait continues.

POLITICS

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POLITICS

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Why it is imperative for journalists to speak up against repeated attacks

Many of these attacks are systematic and well-planned rather than being random.

POLITICS

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How BJP has committed a self-goal by saying NC and PDP were taking instructions from Pakistan

The BJP has been in alliance with both J&K parties in the recent past. Were they anti-national then? Or only now?

POLITICS

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How Congress, NC and PDP have checkmated the BJP in J&K

Sources say, taking Sajjad Lone by surprise, PDP leader Altaf Bukhari could well be the next chief minister of J&K.

POLITICS

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Why militants using sniper weapons in the Valley is a major challenge to the security forces

A lot of recalibration would be needed by the forces to tackle this new challenge in front of them.