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Politicisation of Army

Partha Chatterjee’s (CPI) comment on Army Chief comparing him with barbaric British General Dyer is not only demeaning and discouraging to our forces but also politically coloured with a typical anti national and treacherous flare which is one of the defining characteristics of the Leftist. They eat, sleep and reproduce in India and sing in […]

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Kulbhushan Jadhav

The unequivocal endorsement of India’s contention by the ICJ in the Kulbhusan’ case has exposed the hollowness of a morally deficient military state of Pakistan which left no stone unturned to give justification behind its concocted story of espionage. ‘The one who is defeated resorts to injustice’ is an adage which defines the state of […]

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Courts and matters of faith

Mr. Peter Ronalds article “the courts and matter of faith” dated 19th May 2017 is based on the assumption which is questionable. The matter of faith and matter of conscience or belief are not and can not be treated as mutually exclusive. It is to be noted that faith is the feature of an ‘undivided […]

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Politics and the Police

The mass level transfer of bureaucrats following the change of guard in state has almost become a political ritual which smacks off the instrumental value of administration for the causes not always falling within the ambit of objective law. Although the Supreme court has expressed its reservation against such arbitrary transfers and has also issued guidelines […]

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Red light off the car

It takes something more than ordinary to think of equality downwards.The Modi Government’s directive to remove the red light, the decades long ensconced privilege of few deserves appreciation.The welcome initiative taken by the Government needs to be calibrated further so as to bring in execution the upward flow of authority which constitutes one of the […]

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Anti National Campaign

The increasing instances of anti national campaign in University campuses seeking what they call and understand as ‘Azaadi’ for Kashmir and…… merit stringent and exemplary punitive response from the government. Given the frequency with which it is happening in JNU, DU and Jadavpur University, it smacks off something much more serious than what meets the […]

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UP ELECTIONS 17

The landslide victory of BJP and the thumping endorsement of Modi’s model of Good Governance amid so much of noise, claims, counter claims,allurements and allegations all put together has revealed the otherwise invisible political under currents with great futuristic implications. Firstly, common people are not so much common any more in terms of political maturity. […]

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CAMPUS UNREST

After JNU, it is now the turn of DU to orchestrate anti- India campaign which is increasingly becoming fashionable among some sections of youth though such ignorant and displaced lot constitutes a minority only. Yet,we can’t afford to take such developments lightly because every idea and ideology is born as a minority only in the […]

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Artificial intelligence

Artificial intelligence (like other technological paraphernalia), is a double edged sword which if not wielded skillfully runs the risk of bringing an undesirable mechanization in all spheres of life which may be dangerously hidden behind the all pervasive advantages accruing from it in the form of speed,economy,accuracy,objectivity and many more. No doubt IT has already […]

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Jallikattu

Although the Central Government’s nod to Tamilnadu’s Government for promulgation of an ordinance to overcome Supreme Courts order banning Jallikattu on the ground of cruelty to animals may have diluted the high octane agitation for the time being yet it has unfolded many substantive questions to be addressed with an interesting nexus of values and […]

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The Politics of opposition

The opposition of the ‘opposition’ to every supposition of the Government with mechanical regularity devoid of any substance tends to repudiate it of moral as well as intellectual credibility in public which very often brings disproportionate advantage to the Government in terms of possibilities to develop unhindered reciprocal relationship with people. The opposition today appear […]

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RBI to issue 2000 Rupees Notes coming February 2017

India is all set to add one more denomination to its currencies shortly. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) will be issuing Rs 2,000 currency notes, the highest to come into circulation, even as some experts feel7 high-value denominations should be discontinued to curb black money. The Rs 2000 currency is designed keeping in mind […]

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Achchhe Din

Perfection is generally characterized by firmness and poise whereas imperfection has a tendency to expose itself’. Hence the opposition by many political parties against the initiative of Modi Govt. to curb black money. They are so badly disposed against Modi Govt. that their is no concern for what and how of public response to such […]

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New currency.(the landmark)

The landmark decision of the Modi Government to cease the operation of high denomination currency of $500 and $1000 is a welcome initiative taken towards the gradual strangulation of menace of corruption, financial viability of terrorism and the malignant market of fake currency to mention a few.If it is successfully accompanied by other denominations of […]

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500 and 1000 rupees notes banned.

The landmark decision of the Modi Government to cease the operation of high denomination currency of $500 and $1000 is a welcome initiative taken towards the gradual strangulation of menace of corruption, financial viability of terrorism and the malignant market of fake currency to mention a few.If it is successfully accompanied by other denominations of […]

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Triple Talaq !

There seems to be an enigmatic silence among the social activists, self proclaimed conscience keepers of Indian society over the issue of Triple Talaq. Nobody is willing to speak anything. If this is the state of affairs over Triple Talaq, one can see the challenges that would be visiting us over the issue of introducing […]

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Mr Modi’s political sense and entire opposition

They are not going to stop until they have made Mr. MODI almost a God with an unparalleled charismatic prowess. The entire opposition put together appears to be totally clueless in their response to Mr Modi’s political sense and administrative skill which has been working in mutually reinforcing construct. The impression which is gradually gaining […]

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We talk about administrative reforms, economic reforms

We talk about administrative reforms, economic reforms, judicial reforms ,police reforms and so on …………… But it appears that what we badly need is political reforms. There has been a consistent deterioration in the principles and values governing our politics and polity. Limits have been crossed and now we need to explore the possibilities of […]

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Sanjay Nirupam, Digvijay Singh, Ashok Gahlot and some other leaders of Congress

Sanjay Nirupam, Digvijay Singh, Ashok Gahlot and some other leaders of Congress have been given the responsibility to question the veracity of surgical strikes while Soniaji and her child would be left to occupy a higher moral pedestral extending unconditional support to Government and army. The party along with Kejriwal and others appear to be […]

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Dirty Politics on Surgical Strikes

Mr Kejriwal is Incorrigible and his dirty and cheap politics has reached a new low with his demand that the Govt should release the video of surgical strikes to defuse the false propaganda of Pakistan. In his three minutes video he is tendering salute to Mr Modi for his strong political will to seek a […]

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LEMOA

The LEMOA as signed between India and the USA holds immense potential not only in tems of of expanding the impact zone of our forces but would also make an incisive addition to the expeditionery profile of our military which India needs badly given the challenges emanating from our perpetually conspiring neighbours.Given the contemporary realities […]

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silver medallist sindhu success proves Hardwork always results

The success story of Sindhu is a testimony to the fact neither hard work nor guidance alone can lead you to success. What is required  is hard work in right direction.And the achievement of Karmakar is no less significant in terms of the splendid effort made by her to accomplish such a tough goal. They […]

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Terror attack in France

It is extremely disheartening to note that the global community despite all serious effort on our part and the consistent orchestration of terror attacks on innocent people is not willing to read the writings on the wall which states with ample evidences that the hydra headed monster of terrorism cannot be overcome by by any […]

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Appointment of Mr. Arvind Subramanian as the Chief Economic Adviser

The appointment of Mr. Arvind Subramanian as the Chief Economic Adviser to the Government is a welcome step, given his strong credentials as a ‘pro market’ and ‘pro reforms’ economist who is likely to bring vast and varied experience, professional competence, intellectual spontaneity to synchronize well with the enterprising Government of Mr. Modi which is […]

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THE ANNADATA

The tragic ‘death’ of Mr. Gajendra Singh, a farmer from ‘Dausa’ ( Rajasthan) who came to participate in the farmers rally (much in ‘vogue’ these days) organized by AAP, is much more than a mere addition to an unending series of suicide being committed by our farmers in different parts of the country. There could […]

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Madhya Pradesh Govt’s disciplinary action against Collector

He was present on time and greeted Mr. Modi with all decency, full of energy and enthusiasm then what’s wrong with his sunglass. He is looking good. If service rules disapprove of such attire, it should be amended to create some space so that our officials could wear ray ban to look smart. Instead of […]

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CIVIL SERVICES REFORMS

L’affaire CSAT The significance of Civil Services in the context of any civilized society cannot be over emphasized though its nature, behavioral orientation, professional competence and equation of relationship with the political leadership and society at large always constitute a very relevant ‘subject – matter ‘for debate and discussion. The imperatives of reorienting our services […]

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JUDICIAL APPOINTMENTS

The ongoing war of words between the Judiciary and the Central government regarding the constitutional validity and the advisability of National Judicial Appointment commission is gradually unraveling the political side of our much esteemed judiciary in so far as the logical feebleness and a prejudiced ‘selectivism’ in the arguments put forward by the honorable judges […]

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NEPAL

The paradise ruffled The ‘heart rending’ catastrophe which visited Nepal recently rendering more than 7000 people dead and tens of thousands injured along with inexplicable loss of world class architectural heritage of socio-cultural and religious significance has left many lessons to learn from, more particularly for developing countries. It has clearly established that an effective […]

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Igniting Minds

Mr. Kalaam’s profile was a rare ensemble of incisive professional competence of a scientist, all pervasive visionary flare of a statesman, unfathomable perseverance of a nationalist, revolutionary zeal of a youth, philanthropic instinct of a saint – all revolving around the core identity of him as a very good human being who remained unflinchingly rooted […]

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JUDICIAL ACTIVISM AND PRIMARY EDUCATION

The Allahabad High Court’s direction to the Uttar Pradesh Government to ensure that the children of bureaucrats and political leaders are compulsorily admitted in the Govt. schools so as to improve the quality of education exhibits the dangers of jurisdictional transgression by the Court inspired by a passionate arrogation of political discretion to administer a […]

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CAG

The significance of an independent, efficient and comprehensive auditing of all the financial affairs of the government for an effective financial administration need not be emphasized yet the nature, scope and functional orientation of ‘ auditing’ deserves a serious attention of all stakeholders. The office of CAG like any other institution is equally susceptible to […]

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NJAC

The landmark judgment of the Supreme court declaring the ‘National Judicial Appointment Commission’ as unconstitutional is a regressive step which not only fails to stand the scrutiny of constitutional scheme of things but also runs the risk of undermining the ‘institutional credibility’ of the court which leaves no stone ‘unturned’ when it comes to define […]

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BUDGET

The Budget 2016-17 marks a welcome ‘departure’ from the ongoing trend in so far as its spirited endeavor to bring a ‘progressive transformation’ in the life of people in rural India is concerned. It synchronizes meaningfully with the ‘imperatives’ of economics, politics and standard of ethics as well. How can there be a ‘sustainable’ model […]

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AAP’s JUGGERNAUT

Though spatially confined to Delhi, the landslide victory of AAM AADMI PARTY appears to be a microcosmic resonance of what the nation had witnessed few months before in the form of ‘Modi wave’. The all pervasive mandate given to AAP has defused quite convincingly the political theories explaining or anticipating the electoral behavior from the […]

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K G Scam

There is a universal rule that the one who has got his face blackened tends to see the whole world black. Mr Jairam’s party has been running from pillar to post to get a single opportunity to drag Modi Government into the dungeon of all drudgery it is sitting into and in the process they […]