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Rajnath Singh, withdraw your statement

       Rajnath Singh came out with a bombshell that nuclear option is open in future. He said that there was an agreement that India will not use nuclear weapons first on its own but in future it may review it depending on circumstances. It is a serious drift from stated position all these years by ...

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Indian economy not in recession mode

      Indian economy is facing difficult position. Private consumption has come down, investments are not coming, gross tax revenue has come down, net export down and trade deficit up. Particularly, domestic car sales, domestic two-wheeler sales, domestic tractor sales and commercial vehicle sales a...

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Double Standards of Pakistan on Kashmir

    The status in Pakistan occupied Kashmir has undergone lot of changes since 1949. Pakistan which is crying from roof tops on the recent changes in Jammu and Kashmir must explain to the world about the structural changes made in Azad Kashmir, the territory under its control. Pakistan thought that the m...

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Gulam Nabi Azad kills Congress

   Gulam Nabi Azad lost his balance. The way, he commented on Ajit Doval; the way he talked in Press Conference is shocked everyone. He told that BJP murdered Kashmir. It is to be tested by history in the coming days. But the postures, outbursts and innuendos of Gulam Nabi Azad made Congress murdered by him. ...

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Pakistan is shaken

     Pakistan is in jittery. All these years it throws ball in our Court. They act and we reacted. Now,Kashmir Bill and resolution revoking Article 370 tilted the balance in reverse. Pakistan is shaken. It is in desperation. Its reaction is expected. It is downgrading the diplomatic position and sending ...

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Real test on Kashmir now onwards

     Within two days, Kashmir is divided into two parts and its status is degraded into UT. No political pundit expected this. Modi's political vision is far ahead of conventional political insights. Now, whoever says anything, two union territories is a reality. Only, leftover is President's asset. It i...

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Master stroke by Modi on Kashmir

        It is a historic day for independent India. No one thought that in the near future Article 370 and 35 A will be out from the constitution. But Modi made it possible. Not only that changing constitutional status of Jammu&Kashmir and bifurcating it it is beyond expectation of anyone. ...

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Doctors, What is your problem?

Doctors all over India observing Bundhs, Dharnas, Hunger strikes, rallies opposing the National Medical Council (NMC) Bill. Is it justified? Why Doctors aggrieved ? Whether their apprehensions are genuine? Answer is emphatic NO. You can see the debate in Parliament. Parties speak differently and vote differently. Irony...

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Talaq Bill over, what next?

       Passage of Talaq Bill in Rajya Sabha is historical and will be remembered forever. May be some politicians are trying to compare this with ' delivery of Pizza' but nation remembers it as gender justice. Infact , it is running on ordnance mode since long time with no certainty of passing....

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No breaks to Modi from now onward

    The second term of Modi Government started with an apprehension of stalemate as far as functioning of Rajya Sabha is concerned. In the first term of Modi, the productivity of Rajya Sabha was very low and most of the time, house was under disruption due to members rallying in the well of the House. As...

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Doctors, don't oppose NMC Bill

   Doctors are now agitating in streets against introduction of 'National Medical Commission Bill' in Lok Sabha. It was second time that Government is making an attempt to bring National Medical Commission Bill. In the earlier Lok Sabha, it was introduced but referred to Standing Committee for scrutiny after ...

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Modi, clarify in Parliament

The Trump statement stirred nation  . That too,he talked jointly with Imran Khan, Pakistan Prime Minister. He dropped a bomb as if Modi requested him for mediation/arbitration on Kashmir. It is a very serious issue because this is the statement from the most powerful President on earth. Of course, entire world kno...

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New Income Support scheme, IGD

  Income Support Schemes are order of the day and more popular among people, politicians and also across countries. Most argued and talked concept is universal basic income scheme, popularly known as UBI. Several economists propagated this scheme. In countries like US also, it is implemented as pilot project....

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Rural India is changing

        Swatch Bharat and Ujjwala schemes made tremendous social impact on rural India, that too exclusively rural women.  Swatch Bharat helped even male but Ujjwala scheme is immensely benefited women alone. In India, even now, majority of rural women use bio fuels like cow dung, wood for...

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Rationalisation of Subsidy, Welcome

       In the current Budget presented by Nirmala Sitharaman , subsidies is one of the major component of expenditure. In the first term of Modi Government, subsidies on account of Petrol and Petroleum products is rationalised  and reduced the subsidy amount in that category. Similarly, an amou...

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BJP: Another Congress Party?

          The way politics turned murkier, the way BJP actively pursued such murkier politics is shocking to original supporters  of Modi and BJP. Second time people voted to Modi not to destroy democratic values. In the name of National Security, continuation of good work done in the...

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Railway modernisation, a long awaited reform

     Railways is the largest asset in the country owned by Government. Now, everyone is worried about 'disinvestment' in Railways. People are equating disinvestment in PSUs with Privatisation in Railways. Basically there is misunderstanding and misinterpretation. Privatisation in Railways should not be c...

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Why Modi against Reforms?

           Modi 2.0 expected to be torchbearer for big ticket reforms. But the Budget presented by Nirmala Sitharaman belied these hopes. Everyone expected structural reforms in Financial sector, Agriculture Sector, land and labour. she is almost silent on these reforms. The blame on Modi ...

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Corporate and Super Rich: two different approaches

         The Budget presented by Smt Nirmala Sitaraman contains the thinking of Modi Sarkar. One side, it gave concessions to Corporate sector. The other side ,it surcharged Super Rich. This reflects the thinking of this Sarkar. Now a days, in the global competitive environment, business friend...

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Congratulations Nirmala Sitaraman

      Nirmala Sitharaman , the first time full pledged Women Finance Minister made her mark in maiden presentation of Budget. She deviated from regular practice of presenting accounts of Income and Expenditure. She left it to annexures and presented her approach, policy, thinking process of how she ...

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Amit Shah's maiden speech in Lok Sabha on Kashmir laudable

      Amit Shah's maiden speech in Lok Sabha was quite impressive and effective. He spoke emotionally on Kashmir issue and rebutted opposition leaders comments point by point effectively and also with evidence. He openly accused Nehru for mishandling the Kashmir issue and responsible for ceding one ...

The plight of Mamata in WB

WB Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today is a different person. She is in panic mode and reaching out to all opposition parties CPM and Congress to join and fight unitedly against BJP. She was the one who tried to intimidate and kill CPM and Congress workers all these years. When CPM and Congress reached out to fight ag...

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BJP becoming another Congress Party?

BJP expanding its base in a big way. Last time in 2014 when Modi got elected first time, they took a decision to expand in non-Hindi areas in the next five years. Its strategy played dividends in East and North East. In North East , West Bengal and Odisha , BJP gained heavily in number of seats. But its strategy did no...

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All party meeting : Is it a futile exercise?

   Modi 2.0 seems to be more matured compared to Modi1.0.  The massive mandate given by people made him to think more broader way. The utterances, actions in the last few days shows that he wants to project as he is man of 'ALL'. The new approach towards minorities with offer of 5 crore scholarships in t...

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Mamata losing ground Fast

Mamata Banarjee became the most controversial Chief Minister in the contemporary history. Many of the reasons are self-made. In elections, winning or loosing is a natural phenomenon. Mamata in fact emerged central figure in West Bengal politics championing democratic rights of people. The then CPM Government ignored pe...

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Is Modi 2.0 different from Modi 1.0?

                 Modi 2.0 is not only continuation of 1.0 but totally new avatar. The speech @ NDA parliamentary party meeting in joint parliamentary hall is one of the best speeches of Modi after becoming Prime Minister in 2014. His new slogan ' Sabka Viswas' along with Sab...

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It is a case study how BJP became darling of people in Bengal

          Didi Mamata now became 'Gaali' Didi. Her restlessness, her ambition to become PM made her mad. The way she spoke on dais today in Diamond Harbour belittles her image. The abuses from her mouth should be condemned by any civilized person. She did not leave any word of abuse. Goonda, Sa...

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Suppression of democratic rights by Mamata Banarjee

Bengal attracts whole India again. Violence has become routine in all phases. Mamata Banarjee being Chief Minister supposed guardian and protector of law and order ironically became root cause for lawlessness. She is supposed to uphold democracy and its values but she herself became provocateur of violations. The langu...

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Simultaneous Elections is the need of hour

             Intellectuals always talk about money power but when time comes , they behave selectively with their own convenience. Simultaneous elections is one issue which can be looked from this angle. Everybody agrees that elections is root cause of corruption. At the same time, th...

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The failure of AAP - Whom to blame?

             AAP/ Aravind kejriwal was the hope of aspirational people once upon time. But hopes on him faded so quickly that it is sorrowful affair to the people who wanted an alternative platform in Indian politics. Generally, it has become fashion to comment that politics is of ful...