Editorial

Border on the boil

As the standoff continues on the Sino-Indian border, problems have started brewing over trade relations between both the neighbouring countries. The genesis of the problem lies in China sending its troops to the Doklam area leading to Indian Army also positioning...

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The BJP’s Love for Dalits

Both the Modi Sarkar at the Centre and the BJP is bent on winning the hearts of the Dalits in the country by any means. For that, top leaders, ministers and other functionaries of the party have started eating meals at Dalits' homes in poll-bound states. Though the...

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Make hay while the sun shines

Apparently created with good intentions, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is now sailing through a bad weather because of its internal dissensions allegedly fanned by the BJP at the centre to avenge its humiliating defeat in the Delhi assembly elections. Majority of its...

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Prime Minister in the offing?

To some, Yogi Adityanath, the single most divisive, abusive, polarising figure in UP politics, is both hero and saint; to others, the choice of the Yogi, the 44-year-old shaven-headed, saffron-clad servant of the Lord Shiva, who has been elected five times in a row to...

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Modi magic is back

After losing Delhi and Bihar, the Modi magic is now back with an impressive victory in the Uttar Pradesh assembly polls. The Narendra Modi-Amit Shah combine has effectively cobbled caste equations, focused on development and economic changes and sent a strong and...

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The Power Play in Tamil Nadu

With the Supreme Court verdict upholding a 2014 trial court judgement holding VK Sasikala (Chinnamma), two of her relatives and late J Jayalalithaa guilty in a disproportionate assets case, anarchy writ large in Tamil Nadu. Though the verdict has battered the...

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‘Beware of an old man in a hurry’

“Beware of an old man in a hurry.” People in our country in general and the leaders of the ruling BJP in particular, would be wise enough to keep this English maxim in mind. The 66-year-old Prime Minister Narendra Modi, not so old as far as politics is concerned,...

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After demonetisation, now a real test ahead

Political and economic benefits and the fallout of demonetisation is being discussed everywhere so as its adverse impact of cash crisis on small and medium businesses, labourers, farmers and so on. Loss of jobs in industrial  and other sectors which was already facing...

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The great currency gamble

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, at his government's half way mark, has played a great gamble with the currency swap for high denomination notes-striking at black money, robbing rival political parties of their liquid cash that they could use in the forthcoming polls....

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Surgical propaganda

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, soon after the surgical strike launched by the Indian Army on terrorist launch-pads in PoK, warned his Cabinet colleagues not to indulge in any chest-thumping over the military action. But, ignoring the PM's advice, everyone in the BJP,...

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