Author: Shridhar Rao

Modi’s ‘Mittoo’ Movement

The ‘#MeToo’, a movement that started by Alyssa Milano, an American actress, a year ago, has resonated most on social media across the world, as millions of women shared their experiences of abuse, intimidation and discrimination. Now, after a year, the American opinion on #MeToo has shifted against the victims. And, in India, the defamation lawsuits filed by two Indian public figures accused of sexual harassment could put a brake on the country’s nascent #MeToo movement. But the ‘Mittoo (parroting) Movement’ launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi against ‘one family’ four years ago is seemingly endless. Wherever the Prime...

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India needs leaders with a kind heart, not a 56-inch chest

No one likes a motor-mouth. If your work is good, there is no need to run around annoying people by pointing it out. Your actions speak louder than words.  If you work for yourself, you will need to crank up the volume on your self-promotion. This is exactly what is happening in India today. Both the government and the politicians in the country are busy in self-promotion. They work less and bark more. They have no faith in the democracy, because they know not what the democracy is. They have no respect for the electorate and no concern for...

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True leaders keep things in perspective

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, during the last four-and-a-half years in power, has undoubtedly demonstrated the qualities of a communicator, event management expert and the one who is capable of building up his own political narratives that personally suits him, his party and its ideology. But the unprecedented floods and landslides that devastated the coastal state of Kerala and his government’s actions towards the Communist-ruled state have also demonstrated that what he lacked is nothing but statesmanship. Statesmen stand on a platform of fundamental truths, believe in certain core values, and show empathy, besides believing that the short-term sacrifice is...

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‘Lynchocracy’- the way of new Hindutva

In the Gita, Lord Krishna tells to “Love all” (Advesta Sarva Bhootanam), whereas, Upanishads declare, “Yad Bhavam Tat Bhavathi” (as you think, so you become). When we hate our enemy, as per “Yad Bhavam Tat Bhavathi”, we soon will acquire the hateful qualities of our enemy. Thus we become our enemy. The Bodhisattvas always practise the six perfections start with generosity, moral ethics, patience, perseverance, concentration and wisdom, and these perfections are the practice of love. Lord Jesus Christ teaches to love your neighbour as you love yourself; and love your enemies also. And whoever slaps you on your...

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Babus hold Delhi to ransom

Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officials in every state know which side the bread is buttered on. Lieutenant Governor of Delhi Anil Baijal and IAS officers in Delhi are out to undermine the authority of an elected government by resorting to undemocratic means. While LG is trying to hold the entire state to ransom by overruling all policy decisions of an elected government, Delhi’s IAS officers are on an informal strike against the Kejriwal government, an unprecedented action just to please the Modi Sarkar. Former IAS officer and Delhi’s present LG Baijal and his babus are now behaving like those...

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