Sreejith Panickar

OPEN TO OPINION

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The writer is a columnist, researcher and social activist. He is the founder-member of Mission Netaji.

POLITICS

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UP by-polls results signal a message to Opposition parties

If Manik Sarkar can lose Tripura, and if BJP can lose Gorakhpur, pretty much anything can happen in any constituency.

POLITICS

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Abolition of triple talaq is abolition of slavery

It's a decision that should have been taken several decades ago,

POLITICS

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Yes, Modi government lied about Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose mystery

Is the RTI reply BJP’s unofficial apology to the past Congress leadership?

VOICES

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If Krishna is an eve-teaser, is Prashant Bhushan a terrorist?

You cannot form an opinion of a literary character or a mythological entity from one incident or one chapter in a book.

POLITICS

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POLITICS

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What our politicians should learn from MS Dhoni

Our leaders should take a cue from Captain Cool in having the sense to know when to hand over the baton of leadership to the next generation.

POLITICS

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Does the Samajwadi Party need Akhilesh more than he needs it?

While I appreciate Mulayam’s courage to go solo to the polls, the fact of the matter is that his own party is not in one piece right now.

POLITICS

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Are cinema halls any venues to display patriotism?

If I extend Supreme Court’s logic and sing the national anthem multiple times a day, will I get a Bharat Ratna?

MONEY

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Government needs to think more than scrapping Rs 500/1,000 notes to curb black money

Authorities must seriously consider enforcing non-cash payment modes in all applicable areas.

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I am sorry to say this, but OP Jaisha was lying

There were officials to provide water at 11 points at intervals of 2.5 km or 5 km at the Rio Olympics, according to International Association of Athletics Federations.