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.

Opinions/Stories

The sorry state of Himalayas

The urbanisation, without retaining the character of the place, coupled with plastic waste has destroyed many pristine places.

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Blog: When pathani suit became my symbol of protest

We were neither labelled as ‘liberal’s nor accused as anti-Hindu when we protested in 1993 as students in St Stephen's

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JNU is not India but represents the idea of India

2019 protests against CAA, economy and NRC have been leaderless and far more spontaneous

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Can Priyanka Gandhi make a difference in Uttar Pradesh?

Priyanka Gandhi cannot be an eye-grabber all the time. Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh have shown that silent campaign works well.

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7 things one needs to know about Chief of Defence Staff and his functions

A new department called the ''Department of Military Affairs'' (DMA) would be created as an imprint of the Ministry of Defence. The work pertaining exclusively to the military matters will fall…

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Eight things JMM-RJD-Congress alliance did to defeat BJP

Issues like Article 370, NRC and Citizenship (Amendment) Act didn't work for BJP in Jharkhand Elections.

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CAA and NRC protests: Addressing concerns of protesters a must for government

CAA instead of accommodating persecuted minorities, has turned into a debate on changing the character of the Constitution. It must be contested and clarified.

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Congress applies Chhattisgarh model on Jharkhand

The low-key Congress campaign is focused on local issues and has avoided taking Modi-Shah combine on any of the polarising statements.

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CAB to function like a one-time drive, says top RSS functionary

A highly placed functionary of the RSS told WION that India cannot continue to be a state where anyone can walk in and become a citizen without the due process of the law.

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Citizenship Amendment Bill: Secularism, unfinished business in India

The current bill, from the perspective of RSS, finishes the unresolved business of partition and presents India as a country where Hindus can take refugee without question

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Pragya Singh Thakur should be made to resign from Parliament

Token punishment will not work now as Pragya Thakur again crossed a red line in the sacred house.

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Lessons from Maharashtra: Na Maya Mili Na Ram

BJP has lost its handle on the issue of corruption forever.

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People come and go, it does not make difference to the Congress: RPN Singh

BJP is facing anti-incumbency in the state elections. The mood in Opposition is also buoyant post-Maharashtra and Haryana assembly elections.

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Is 2019 another 1967 of Indian politics? Regional parties more effective than national opposition

Not much can be expected from Congress, but regional parties by creating broad alliances with Congress and Left can definitely ensure that multi-party character of the country remains dynamic.

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