Kartikeya Sharma

Kartikeya Sharma

Chief India Correspondent

Kartikeya Sharma is Political Editor at WION. When he is not working, you will find him travelling, reading or cooking.

Fight for Jind: Rise of Randeep Surjewala and tough choices ahead for Congress in Haryana

Jind has traditionally been dominated by Jai Prakash, Surjewalas and Chaudhary Birendra Singh.

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Killing fields of Cambodia: What India can learn

It is obvious that India cannot build thousands of memorials and museums on riots and killings but we need our future generations to know about the threat which looms within.

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Cambodia diary: Ramayana and Mahabharata, India’s two oldest and most durable brand ambassadors

The city was also known as Param Vishnu Lok before the Kings of Cambodia converted to Buddhism. 

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Cambodia diary: An eye-opener & China influence

The Chinese today dominate the landscape of Angor Vat.

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Cambodia diary: Khmer Rouge, tragedy & rural gulags

India too was mauled by China and Pakistan on the borders, but civil society remained immune from massive disruption

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Dissecting PM's interview: Modi back in ‘humble’ avatar

Not only he answered contentious questions but also chose not to attack his opponents in a visceral fashion he has done during assembly elections.

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'The Accidental Prime Minister': The issue can't be milked twice

The film will bring back the memory and ruthless push which Sonia Gandhi created for Rahul Gandhi’s elevation in the party. It will be a fillip to Narendra Modi who weaponised the word dynasty…

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Policy apathy has adversely impacted farmer condition: Varun Gandhi to WION

Inadequate marketing reforms are an important reason for dwindling farm incomes, BJP MP Varun Gandhi said.

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Raining farm loan waivers: Kisan politics is back with bang

In the run-up to Lok Sabha elections 2019, farm politics under Rahul Gandhi is back as the main agenda of Congress.

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1984 riots: Justice delayed is justice denied

 In any country where victims of violence fail to get justice in time, the democracy suffers and state either disintegrates or becomes dysfunctional and totalitarian.   

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Rafale is a dud bomb now

The Supreme Court’s decision to throw off the petitions has taken the sting of the Rafale campaign which was kicked off by the Congress President Rahul Gandhi.

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Rahul Gandhi 2.0: Hand also rises

The victory has given Rahul Gandhi a window right before the Lok Sabha elections to position himself to negotiate a better bargain for the Congress. This time he will be taken more seriously.

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Congress targets middle class for 2019 elections

The idea is to curate debates and narratives which are close to Congress or popular with the middle class.

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As Congress lacks a stand on Ayodhya dispute, BJP pitches a political narrative on it

The city is teeming with saffron hue and decked up to welcome thousands of people who will descend in Ayodhya on Sunday, putting pressure on its insufficient civic infrastructure. 

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End of honeymoon: Political McCarthyism bites BJP in Kashmir

Jammu and Kashmir, in the end, has come out as the real victim of national politics.
 

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