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About Kaushik Barua

Kaushik Barua works with an international development agency and is based in Rome. He has previously written for The Guardian and The Indian Express. His first novel Windhorse, based on the Tibetan resistance, will be published in 2013 by Harper Collins India.  

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The rise of the anti-politician

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Time to fix the Indian male

Across the country, men worship women as goddesses and abuse them with no regard for their rights or respect.

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One breach of the law cancels out another.

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