• August 22, 2017
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Archisman Dinda

Archisman Dinda

Correspondent
Archisman Dinda is a Gulf News Correspondent based in Kolkata, India.. Follow @gulf_news on Twitter

Recent Articles

  • Fierce debate in India over state flag
    By Archisman Dinda, Special to Gulf News
    Trying to curb the idea of diversity though promotion of one language, one culture is a risky game that should not ever be undertaken
  • Government on my plate
    By Archisman Dinda, Special to Gulf News
    The proposed ban in India on sale and purchase of cows for slaughter at agricultural markets is an assault on the pluralistic character of the country
  • India’s red beacon cull may matter little
    By Archisman Dinda, Special to Gulf News
    The red beacon is only one way of signaling the brashness of power built around high offices
  • India’s misgivings on electronic voting persist
    Archisman Dinda, Special to Gulf News
    Election body needs to be more convincing to dispel mistrust on the authenticity of the process — something that threatens the nation’s democracy
  • When the American dream turns sour
    By Archisman Dinda, Special to Gulf News
    Indians in America are visibly nervous after a spurt in hate crimes and racial attacks
  • Mythology still rules Uttar Pradesh politics
    By Archisman Dinda, Special to Gulf News
    The infighting within the ruling Samajwadi Party in the Indian state bears an echo with the epic ‘Mahabharata’