Anamni Gupta

Anamni Gupta is working with indianexpress.com as a Sub-editor.

Articles By Anamni Gupta

Election results 2019: BJP’s Pragya Thakur wins from Bhopal, Digvijaya Singh at distant second

Congress' last victory from the city came in 1984. After that, all its attempts to wrest the seat back from the BJP failed, including the one when they tried their luck by fielding former cricketer Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi in 1991.

Madhya Pradesh: BJP gains lost ground, dominates in 28 out of 29 seats

In the December 2018 Assembly elections, despite a neck-to-neck fight, Congress wrested power from Shivraj Singh Chouhan, winning 114 seats. However, exit polls indicate that the party won't be able to retain its ground.

From dacoit to panchayat member, meet the ‘Robinhood of Bankura’

Be it marrying off young girls in his village, or reconstruction of thatched roofs of neighbours’ houses, Tiger claims he has spent all that he had earned through robbery for others’ good.

Amartya Sen: Granting basic income to all may lead to more privatisation

"People in a market-driven economy will spend more on private education and healthcare if their income is increased if the state grants them an amount as a minimum income,” Amartya Sen said.

Now citizens of India, former enclave residents feel they were better off ‘stateless’

When they were residents of the Indian Enclave in Bangladesh, they were never accepted as citizens by Bangladesh. It has now been three years since they got Indian citizenship and they know that it won't be easy to be accepted as Indians either.

This New Year, Kolkata company introduces period leave as a gift to its women employees

Starting from January 2019, all the women employees of FlyMyBiz will have twelve holidays as their period leaves in addition to their other holidays, said its founder-CEO Samya Datta.

BJP rally at Cooch Behar: Amit Shah to skip; High Court decision at 12.30pm

On Thursday night, the Calcutta High Court had denied permission for the rally, saying there was not enough time for the state to make adequate security arrangements for a political rally of that scale. The high court also directed the party not to hold any such rally till January 9, 2019.

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