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Tuesday, Oct 22, 2019
Sunny Hundal

Sunny Hundal

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Sunny Hundal is a writer from London, UK. Since 2001 he has built many of the biggest websites in Britain serving south-Asian Brits, and writes about European politics, identity and extremism. He tweets as @sunny_hundal.

articles by Sunny Hundal (32 results)
Oct 07, 2017 14:56
The lesson Catalonia can take from India’s freedom struggle isn’t just one from Gandhi but from what happened afterwards. Partition showed how easy it is to turn neighbours into enemies read more
Sep 28, 2017 16:32
Mahatma Gandhi once said the true measure of a society is found in how it treats its most vulnerable members. Can we Indians truly put our hands on our heart and say that women are treated fairly in this land? read more
Sep 09, 2017 18:00
The British may have the top universities, but they also offer the most student-hostile government in the world read more
Aug 04, 2017 15:15
Over the last 20 years, thousands of Indian Sikhs have migrated to Italy for work. Most found jobs in Italy’s dairy farm industry. And now they face a crisis of faith. read more
Jul 07, 2017 12:16
A Sikh couple in Britain has sued officials for denying them the right to adopt a white child on the grounds of differences in cultural heritage and background read more
Jun 23, 2017 13:45
The UK Parliament reflects the country’s racial and religious diversity better than most western countries. India, a more diverse nation, has one of the most unrepresentative parliaments read more
Jun 09, 2017 14:37
India is the third largest emitter of greenhouse gases in the world. Indian cities dominate the list of the most polluted on the planet. Renewable energy can not only transform thousands of villages and towns across this vast country, it can put also... read more
May 26, 2017 13:55
The problems are manifold: the government’s counter-terrorism policy is in tatters and barely works; the opposition parties are incapable of holding them to account; and British Muslim organisations are unwilling to provide the leadership their communities... read more
May 12, 2017 16:40
Non resident Indians or NRIs have always been integral to the image and power of India abroad. Our traditional role was seen as ambassadors: to represent its culture and heritage, tell the world about India and explain the news from back home. But the... read more
Apr 29, 2017 08:16
India’s religious minorities have always been suspicious of Hindutva, aware that one day they could be on the receiving end of its intolerance. That day is arriving faster than they realise. read more
Apr 14, 2017 16:56
Britain cannot reap all the benefits of globalisation without facing the difficulties that come with it. They are two sides of the same coin read more
Mar 31, 2017 14:23
Britain’s response to the Westminster attack is a sign it is finally having a mature debate on terrorism, rather than being driven to panic as its tabloid press is prone to do. read more
Mar 22, 2017 11:58
Right-wing populists are successful because they are better at building an emotional connection with voters, while the Left makes nuanced arguments. The Right shows clarity of purpose and a determination to succeed. Naturally, the Right is going to ... read more
Mar 03, 2017 16:36
Trump’s strongest supporters don’t care for the difference between Hindus, Sikhs, Muslims or other minorities. They believe their nation needs to be preserved as it used to be: white and Christian. read more
Feb 17, 2017 13:38
The anti-immigration and anti-globalisation wave that elected Donald Trump and drove the UK out of the European Union will cause havoc elsewhere. In Germany, France, the Netherlands, Italy, Austria, Hungary, etc, there are Trump-clones trying to ride... read more