Aakash Joshi

aakash.joshi@expressindia.com

Articles By Aakash Joshi

Beyond the Veil: WhatsApp Uncle on why anti-nationals and nationalists could do with a little clarity

Nationalists should unite like Amar, Akbar and Anthony.

Forwarded as Received: All the World’s a Stage

WhatsApp Uncle basks in the glow of a Texas evening

Forwarded as Received: How Other Half Lives

WhatsApp Uncle imagines what it is to be a woman

Srinagar Mayor Junaid Mattu: ‘Political mainstream faces existential question in J&K’

Mattu’s party, the People’s Conference (PC), and its leader Sajjad Lone were the most visible allies of the BJP in the Valley.

Propaganda comes of age

Films like ‘Uri: The Surgical Strike’ and ‘Chalo Jeete Hain’ give longer life to the jumla

View from the neighbourhood: Imran’s frustration

A weekly look at the public conversations shaping ideas beyond borders — in the Subcontinent.

Forwarded as Received: Future Foretold

What the present tells WhatsApp Uncle of the nation’s future

At Delhi’s Barakhamba Road, a protest to give voice to J&K

Police said around 600 people marched from Mandi House to Jantar Mantar as part of the protest. “We are all here for different reasons,” said Mary Thingon, an MA student from Manipur studying at DU.

Forwarded as Received: Highway to Heaven

Why are faithful patriots on bikes being questioned? WhatsApp Uncle wants to know

View from the neighbourhood: Batting for Trump

A weekly look at the public conversations shaping ideas beyond borders — in the Subcontinent.

View From The Neighbourhood: Judiciary and army

The June 30 editorial in Dawn takes umbrage at Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Bajwa’s remarks about the economic (mis)management of the country by previous civilian governments and his endorsement of the PTI government led by Imran Khan.

Forwarded as Received: It’s Family, Stupid

WhatsApp Uncle realises why power is not for him.

View From The Neighbourhood: Cricket, a symptom

: A weekly look at the public conversations shaping ideas beyond borders — in the Subcontinet.

Terry Pratchett, a prophet for interesting times

A look at what made Terry Pratchett the philosopher we need and, hopefully, deserve.

Forwarded as Received: Different Strokes

Soldiers fight, and cricketers do ads for chips. Why can’t we see the difference, asks WhatsApp Uncle

Election isn’t the ideology

Elections are only a means to an end for the RSS’s millennial project.

Forwarded as Received: New India, New Parivaar

What happens when WhatsApp Uncle faces dissent from within the clan?

View from the Neighbourhood

A weekly look at the public conversations shaping ideas beyond borders — in the Subcontinent.

Forwarded as Received: Day of Reckoning

Will New India get five more years? Will WhatsApp Uncle have the last word on May 23?

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