Tuesday, 26 September, 2017

Kumar Anshuman

Kumar Anshuman
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Kumar Anshuman works as a Associate Editor for ThePrint. He is a physics graduate from Magadh University, Bodh Gaya and has 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 just completed writing 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. He can be reached at: anshuman.kumar@theprint.in Follow him on Twitter @anshumanscribe

Opinion

A picture of TN Ninan, chairman of Business Standard Private Limited

Failure in the good times

Since Mr Modi and his team expect to win the 2019 elections, the groundwork for improved performance in their second term should be done now.

National Interest

The notion that young Indians leading liberated lives are asking for trouble needs revisiting after the Punjab & Haryana HC bail order in a gangrape case.

Anyone here been raped and likes sex?

And smokes, drinks and has condoms in her room? Notion that young Indians leading liberated lives are asking for trouble needs revisiting.

Talk Point

Security agencies resort to internet shutdowns to control violent protests, but is this really a solution?

Talk Point: Are internet shutdowns the best way to restore peace during violent protests?

There were 42 times security agencies resorted to internet shutdowns this year to control volatile conditions in eleven states. Is this the only way to restore peace during violent protests?