politics

Audio podcast: We need new economic, political thinking
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Ashraf Engineer October 15, 2020 If ever there was a time for bold, break-out economic and political thinking, it is now. Our economy was tanking even before the pandemic and there is widespread social unrest. Time is running out for...
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Audio podcast: Why I created All Indians Matter
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Ashraf Engineer September 30, 2020 Podcast transcript Hello and welcome to All Indians Matter. I am Ashraf Engineer. This episode is going live on World Podcasting Day 2020, so today I want to talk about why I launched All Indians...
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From the man who would be PM to a footnote in history
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By Sujata Anandan July 31, 2020 As the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) prepares to dust off Lal Krishna Advani and deign to allow him to accompany – though not lay the foundation  stone – Narendra Modi to  the bhoomi pujan...
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Even the RSS grudgingly acknowledges Rahul as he turns 50
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Sujata Anandan June 20, 2020 The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) loves to play the “politics of paradox”. Which means they stand at each end of the pole but sit on neither end, suitably confusing not just their critics but also...
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Rahul’s compassion, courage are what India needs now
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By Sujata Anandan March 30, 2020 Every time I hear something like this about Rahul Gandhi, I am convinced that family and upbringing really matter. The latest in his series of good deeds is his support  to the family of...
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Battling the war cries against universities
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Photo: Jawaharlal Nehru University, which has been a prime target of the right wing. Picture courtesy: Wikipedia. India would just make its redemption all the more difficult if it continues battling against universities like JNU and AMU. Sangeeth Varghese March...
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