Sadhavi Khosla

OPEN TO OPINION

English   |   Bangla

Entrepreneur, blogger and political analyst based in Gurgaon.

POLITICS

 |   10-minute read

Why the Kartarpur Corridor could revive the Khalistani movement

The recent Kartarpur Corridor announcement is definitely a matter of glee, but it brings reasons to be worried too.

POLITICS

 |   10-minute read

How Ganga can decide the 2019 Lok Sabha polls

For Rahul Gandhi, pledging to clean the Ganga is an opportunity to win the hearts of millions of Hindus.

POLITICS

 |   11-minute read

What Congress needs to learn from BJP in the social media game

There’s no party which has mastered the art of ‘whatsapping’ better than the BJP.

POLITICS

 |   13-minute read

Why Shivraj Singh Chouhan's many failures may still not be enough for Congress to win MP

Weak organisational structure of Congress has made an election with clear choices, one of the most difficult ones.

VOICES

 |   9-minute read

What 'saffron terror'? 'Left-liberals’ can't be allowed to mock Hindu sacred symbols any more

A blast happens in Bengal. The blame is landed on saffron, a Hindu symbol of faith. How come other religions aren't treated with such glaring contempt?

POLITICS

 |   8-minute read

BJP's Con Job: The party of Hindus has only crooked Hindu voters using emotion with no real achievement

Ram Mandir? No. Clean Ganga? No. Uniform Civil Code? Return of Kashmiri Pandits? No. The Congress works for Hindus. The BJP only works for itself.

POLITICS

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VOICES

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Why I feel only Congress can resolve the Ram Mandir-Babri Masjid dispute

By embracing Ayodhya, the BJP gained huge political mileage from a cause the Congress brought to the fore. The Congress should reclaim the Ram Mandir issue, and the votes it has lost on this.

VOICES

 |   13-minute read

Lok Sabha polls 2019: Why Congress needs to fight and win the battle of perception

It is the infiltration of leftists and atheists in the party which has snatched the Hindu space from the Congress and served it on a platter to the BJP.

VOICES

 |   8-minute read

Still flying low: Captain Amarinder, it's been 68 weeks since you came to power. Udta Punjab has not landed yet

Punjab's drug menace has assumed epidemic proportions and Bikram Singh Majithia is roaming free.