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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.

Unbundling Gandhi: Claiming the Mahatma's Legacy

Politicians have different reasons to imbibe him, but the truth is that Gandhi will be seen differently by people at different points of time.

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PM Narendra Modi in Houston: CEOs of energy companies laud government's effort, Petronet signs LNG deal with US's Tellurian

The meeting between PM Narendra Modi and the CEOs of the top US oil companies is said to have focused on working together for energy security.

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BJP set to retain both Maharashtra and Haryana

Maharashtra and Haryana are two such states where results are a foregone conclusion and what is being discussed is the margin of victory for BJP.

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Understanding populism and Narendra Modi's 2019 mandate

A populist government comes to power when people at large want change to be reflected not only through decisions but also through the process of decision making.

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Europe India Business Chamber demands suspension of GSP status to Pakistan for persecution of Sikhs, Hindus and Christians

The letter written on September 12 states that GSP status must be withdrawn because of human rights violation and persecution of Hindus, Christians and Sikhs who constitute a religious minority in…

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Vladivostok Diaries: Russian dreams and Indian students

Vladivostok is also home to many Indian students

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Economic forum, visit to shipyard, judo championship part of Modi's agenda during Russia visit 

Interestingly, PM Modi and President Putin will visit a shipbuilding yard which makes vessels including icebreakers and oil tankers and attend a judo championship. A 6-member Indian team is in…

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'Little China' in Russia's Vladivostok

Vladivostok is not immune to global power shift. You can feel the Chinese might in the city.

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Little Gujarat in Russia's Vladivostok

With a lot of Chinese and Koreans, Indians too can be spotted. Indian diaspora is small but effective. Indians are involved in tea and diamond industry. 

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NRC row: Assamese can't be allowed to become minority in their own land

Not only illegal immigration has altered the demography, but also changed the power dynamics within Assam

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Russia backs India on abrogation of Article 370, says it's an internal matter

India has always maintained that issues between India and Pakistan are bilateral innature and does not require mediation from any international power.

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Arun Jaitley -- A suave politician who shared excellent rapport with journalists

Today, very few Parliamentarians and ministers take time to talk to journalists.

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Geopolitical situation contributed to decision to scrap Article 370: Jitendra Singh to WION

'The way people did not imagine that terrorism in Punjab would come to an end, the same is happening in Kashmir. Militancy was a product of isolation and now Article 370 has been abrogated, things…

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P Chidambaram's arrest: Congress fails to win the perception war

Congress wanted to put a spin on the news cycle built through the day that the former finance minister was absconding.

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'Swachh Bharat' needs to be a reality for India to become a tourist hub

Domestic tourism today is only serving the top end foreign clients or the Indian tourists who travel in groups

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