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#COMMENT: How the Aam Aadmi Party won Delhi. By an Aam Aadmi.

The word ‘Revolutionary’ has been an adjunct to the Aam Aadmi Party since its inception in 2012.  The party’s victory in the Delhi elections was not only a stunning landslide it was revolutionary on numerous fronts.  London-based techie and AAP supporter Ajay Agarwal explains. Homework AAP has been doing its …

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#CleanEnergy: Make in India but Make it Green.

  Whilst their ‘bromance’ may have hogged the headlines, beyond the front pages, the recent talks between Barack Obama and Narendra Modi were underpinned by the issue of climate change. President Obama urged India – the world’s third-biggest carbon polluter – to overlook the perceived double standard of First World …

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#COMMENT: Black and Brown Faces at Office Christmas Parties

Many people, by which of course I mean some of my friends, think that being a journalist is glamorous – all breaking news and high powered press conferences. The reality however, is quite different. There are few ethnic minorities in journalism.  This month an (Asian) journalist wrote in a private …

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#BrainDrain: Is Reverse Migration a good thing?

Amidst a growing chorus of high profile voices calling for the Indian Diaspora to “return home” and participate in India’s economic recovery, education expert Supriyo Chaudhuri explores the pros and cons of ‘Reverse Migration’. I am involved in an organisation, which works to encourage African Diaspora professionals to go back …

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