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Chandan Nandy

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Pattern in BJP-backed cow vigilante violence and Hindu mobilisation: Hit in...

The sickening regularity with which the northern Indian mob has killed, maimed and sowed hatred and terror in the minds of Hindus and Muslims...

Awami League-aligned think tank ‘upset’ with party leadership over inclusion of...

Even as the Awami League’s rank-and-file across Bangladesh remain angry and confused at the party leadership’s “disturbing” list of candidates nominated to contest the...

Bangladesh polls on Dec 30, but BJP focused on pushing House...

Even as opposition members in the Indian parliament have expressed strong reservations on the 2016 Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, that seeks to grant citizenship to...

Bangladeshi and Indian ex-ECs question non-disclosure of number of EVMs for...

With slightly over a month left for Bangladesh to go to the polls, a former election commissioner of that country has questioned “the undue...

Like other surveys, new poll predicts narrow Congress win in Madhya...

After being out of power in Madhya Pradesh for 15 years, the Congress will have a slim majority over the incumbent BJP in the...

Shilton Hotel’s glory has faded but Bangladeshis still prefer old-world charm...

The chatter in Kolkata’s crowded Sudder Street, which is a warren of budget hotels, is unmistakable: Bengali and yet not the dialect usually spoken...

After ugly war between two senior-most CBI officers, process to select...

The immediate adverse effect of the bitter fight for supremacy between the two topmost officers of India’s so-called premier anti-corruption investigating agency, the Central...

Indian PM Modi ticks off Wickremesinghe for Sri Lanka’s sluggish response...

Displeased over the sluggish pace of India-sponsored development projects in Sri Lanka, that were aimed at countering similar moves by China, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is said to have “ticked off” Ranil Wickremesinghe, his

BJP’s December ‘rath yatra’ in Bengal to whip up support for...

Beginning in the first week of December, the Bengal unit of the BJP will launch a state-wide rath yatra to whip up sentiments in favour of granting citizenship status to the Hindus living in as well as millions

Disquiet and anger in Awami League as party’s alliance with fundamentalist...

Even as the Sheikh Hasina-led Awami League battles anti-incumbency at a time when Bangladesh is headed for general elections, the party’s rank-and-file is riven...

BJP chief Amit Shah’s ‘termite’ slur against Bangladeshi migrants will only...

BJP national president Amit Shah’s recent characterisation of so called Bangladeshi illegal immigrants living in several Indian states as “termites” is clearly aimed to...

Domestic politics and elections behind Modi govt’s decision to spurn Pakistan’s...

Opinion is divided among political scientists that foreign and domestic policies are often intertwined and states take decisions on their respective relations with other...

BJP will use citizenship Bill to ‘invite’ Bangladeshi Hindus to India,...

After the National Register of Citizens (NRC) exercise in Assam identified 4 million people as suspected ‘foreigners’, the BJP’s West Bengal unit has planned...

In tell-all book, Bangladesh Supreme Court ex-chief justice S K Sinha...

Two years after he was unceremoniously removed as Bangladesh’s first Hindu chief justice of the Supreme Court, Surendra Kumar Sinha has written in his...

A flawed NRC, a dangerous proposed citizenship legislation and BJP’s cynical...

The year: 1993 The setting: The Delhi-based headquarters of the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW), India’s external intelligence agency. The protagonists: RAW chief Jagjit Singh Aulakh...

Awami League infighting to hit party’s vote bank and poll prospects

Nearly 10 years of uninterrupted governance of the Awami League paved the way for “rule bending” and allowed “carte blanche” to activists to take...

RSS gets ‘involved’ in pushing more Hindus as candidates for upcoming...

In pursuit of its ‘Hindu-centric’ agenda, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) is pushing and lobbying with the Awami League as well as the Bangladesh...

NTRO, India’s techint outfit, plagued by ‘expensive’ purchases and poor quality...

Thirteen years after it was formally established, the National Technical Research Organisation (NTRO), India’s so-called equivalent of the American National Security Agency (NSA), is...

Indian state-owned company may win bid to mint 27 million Brazilian...

Even as unconfirmed press reports have emerged, indicating that unspecified denominations of the Indian rupee are printed in China, an India-based, government-owned currency printing...

As Hasina hardens stand, Bangladesh may head for repeat of 2007...

In the backdrop of reports of an internal pre-poll survey that predicts that the Sheikh Hasina-led Awami League may be electorally decimated, should free...

Beyond borders: Kolkata students’ community holds Chhatra League cadres responsible for...

A week after Dhaka erupted in protests by high school and college students over road safety, followed by “vested interests” to disrupt and evict...
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