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Kumar Anshuman

Kumar Anshuman
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Kumar Anshuman worked as Associate Editor for ThePrint. He is a physics graduate from Magadh University, Bodh Gaya and has a diploma in Multimedia Studies from the Asian Centre for Journalism from the Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines. He has an interest in India’s Modern Political History post-Independence. Hailing from Bihar he is also keenly interested in Socialist Politics and has written a book on the Samajwadi Party and the Yadav Family of Saifai. He writes about the Indian National Congress, regional parties and social issues that impact society. Follow him on Twitter @anshumanscribe

On Camera

Jaspreet Kaur, who scored 99.5 per cent in her Class XII board exam | Photo by special arrangement

Punjab Dalit topper’s real struggle will be at DU. Village roots vs Netflix culture

Jaspreet Kaur says she hadn’t heard of Miranda House in Delhi University, one of the colleges the Punjab Boards topper has applied to.

Citigroup accidentally wired $900 million to Revlon lenders, now it’s fighting to get it back

The payment was made due to a clerical error. Meanwhile, cosmetics giant Revlon Inc. is embroiled in a legal dispute with some of its lenders over the company’s debt-restructuring tactics.

Defence

The Kirti Chakra has been awarded to Head Constable Abdul Rashid Kalas of the J&K Police | Photo: Wikipedia

Police & paramilitary personnel bag more ‘Chakra’ gallantry awards than the military

The ongoing India-China stand-off in Ladakh hasn’t been considered for gallantry awards yet, but could be for the next round, ahead of Republic Day 2021.
Illustration by Soham Sen | ThePrint

It’s our economy, not her genes, that’ll influence Kamala Harris’ view of India

While watching videos of Joe Biden’s running mate making masala dosa, we should remember American politicians aren’t pro- or anti-India, they are pro-America.