Aditya Mukherjee

The writer is an independent journalist based in Delhi

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Will India continue its winning streak against Pakistan in World Cup Cricket?

New Delhi: Back in the Eighties, the much popular, Sharjah Cup, had mostly India playing Pakistan in the finals in the three-nation tournament. Pakistan at that time was considered to be one of the toughest...

With Satyagrah, Mamata takes the center versus state fight to next level, gets support from opposition

Delhi/Kolkata: West Bengal chief minister, Mamata Banerjee, is in a mood to mention the war. She is going hammer and tongs at Narendra Modi government. After her dharna, which she started on Sunday night, the...

Dear Virat Kohli, Leave or Love India does not depend on your hyper-nationalism

Indian cricket team's captain Virat Kohli is considered to be the most valuable celebrity brand in our country. He rakes in crores through his endorsements of a multitude of products. Just switch on your TV...

Has Mahendra Singh Dhoni become selectors’ nightmare?

In the recently concluded Asia Cup, Mahendra Singh Dhoni looked a pale shadow of his former self. His diehard fans somehow found him out of his depth. He was finding it difficult to play his...

All is not lost: Team India can still make a comeback in the remaining tests

Delhi: On Monday, a daily from Mumbai carried an interesting picture on its front page. It captured the pensive and dour faces of Sanjay Bangar, Ravi Shastri and skipper Virat Kohli standing on the Lord's...

Rafale deal is biggest scam ever and compromise to national security: Ex-BJP Ministers

Delhi: In 1987, when VP Singh blew the lid off the Bofors scandal, the entire nation found a messiah in Singh. The scandal involved illegal kickbacks paid in a US$1.4 billion deal between the Swedish...

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From a General Store Owner to being the Messiah of Indian migrant workers

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बंगाल में हिंदू पड़ोसी के अंतिम संस्कार के लिए आगे आए मुस्लिम समुदाय के लोग, मृतक के भाई बोले जिंदगी भर नहीं भूलूंगा एहसान

कोलकाता: ऐसे समय में जब देश में इस्लामोफोबिया अपनी चरम सीमा पर है और मुस्लिम सब्जी विक्रेता को एक वीडियो में पीटा जा रहा...