All stories by SUMIT BHATTACHARYA
Modi, mines, viprit buddhiRediff.com29 Jun 2020
Yes, India needs desperate measures to kick-start growth. But selling off its lungs to the highest bidder to hack away cannot be the way out, says Sumit Bhattacharya.
Lockdown lessons: How to be atmanirbhar with nishthaRediff.com12 Jun 2020
One India is doing great against the coronavirus, lauding the gains of the lockdown and thanking the government, and the other lacks commitment, says Sumit Bhattacharya.
The tragedy of being Irom SharmilaRediff.com9 Aug 2016
On the occasion of her breaking the world's longest hunger strike, Rediff.com reproduces this 2011 feature on the activist and her life.
From Rediff archives: Netaji did not die in air crash, says web siteRediff.com10 Apr 2015
As two recently declassified Intelligence Bureau reveal that the Jawaharlal Nehru government had spied on the family of Subhas Chandra Bose for nearly two decades, one of India's political mysteries takes centrestage. Rediff.com reproduces this 2006 report in which Sumit Bhattacharya reported that a website claims that Netaji, in fact, did not die in an air crash, as was being believed, and that Netaji had escaped to Russia.
Kolkata horror: Students protesting sexual assault beaten up, arrestedRediff.com17 Sep 2014
Jadavpur University students, who were beaten up and arrested for protesting against the university's apathy over a sexual assault on campus, talk to Sumit Bhattacharya about a night of horrors.