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Kartikeya Sharma is Political Editor at WION. When he is not working, you will find him travelling, reading or cooking.
The world has changed beyond recognition
Everyone expected the lockdown to take place in a benign form. It didn’t.
Despite knowing that we are dealing with something grave and very problematic, the feeling of being bored doesn’t leave
Coronavirus will reorder our relationship with those you live with and those whom you rely upon
Great tragedies have seen people either rising to meet the challenge or falling aside as mere spectators.
The controversy over Rajya Sabha nomination was an immediate factor for his exit but the real issue remains the tussle within the Congress Party for the top job.
It is post- 2014 that Opposition has failed to experiment and take important political decisions to stop hegemonic power in New Delhi.
The world neither has a vaccine nor the ability to track all the individuals who could be affected by the virus bringing me to the conclusion that like SARS the world may have to learn to live…
Everyone knew that violence was a result of communal politics, still leaders across the party lines maintained a safe distance.
People of Delhi responded to the policies of Arvind Kejriwal and his consistent message of development.
Today, the most important aspect of Gandhi - peace and harmony - rests with Shaheen Bagh protesters
The right to defend one’s idea should not end up vilifying the other community.
Social media accounts supported by various parties have attacked mainstream media of either being lame or liberal.
The urbanisation, without retaining the character of the place, coupled with plastic waste has destroyed many pristine places.
We were neither labelled as ‘liberal’s nor accused as anti-Hindu when we protested in 1993 as students in St Stephen's