Sadhavi Khosla

OPEN TO OPINION

Entrepreneur, blogger and political analyst based in Gurgaon.

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

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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

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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.

POLITICS

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How 'Opposition unity' can easily backfire on Congress and strengthen BJP

The party is only focused on defeating Modi, even at the cost of bolstering regional players.

POLITICS

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Criticise Rahul Gandhi for his politics, but not for being a dutiful son

Will democracy suffer if the Congress president accompanies his mother abroad for her medical treatment?

VOICES

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How PM Modi is trying to appropriate India's success story with '48 months versus 48 years'

The BJP government should aim for 'real' achievements, not make-believe success that remain just on paper.

VOICES

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4 years on, what happened to all of Modi's promises of achhe din?

Ahead of 2019 Lok Sabha elections, people of India must ask themselves if they are better off today than they were four years ago.

VOICES

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In today's Mahabharata, who would Rahul Gandhi's Krishna be?

When you go up against those who are mighty, you need a guide, an adviser, a well-intended friend beside you.

POLITICS

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Why Congress must reclaim Uttar Pradesh to win Lok Sabha 2019

The road to Raisina Hill goes through India's most-populous state.