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Non-Alignment Between Cold War & Third World War

The civilized mode of raising issues of terrorism in the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) have repeatedly been “blocked” by member states to extend a protective cover to Pakistan, which runs the world’s most successful terror factories and exports all its produce, threatening not only international peace but also security Added to all these problems is the baggage of secularism, which is shared by no other country with India. In effect, the secular India has no friends to come to its rescue. This century will witness the worst conflicts of human history. The present day India is not prepared to face such a challenge because it has failed to devise any strategy so far. Every decision of the government has its opponents. Politicians speak in different voices. Even national interests are undermined for no justification.

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Media Protectees & Media Fidayeens

The media, believed to be independent and objecting, has often been charged of bias. It has its own favourites and disfavourites. It is different that they prejudices and flattering coinages are masked in appropriate jargon. India has been witness to this saga for more than a year, ever since Narendra Modi became a serious contender […]

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Curious Case of AAP’s Identity Theft & Superficial Secularism

The poor man’s identity itself has been stolen. Look at our nouveau aam aadmi. Do they resemble the real aam aadmi (the nanga-bhooka-garib aam aadmi)? They are either rich or crorepatis or multi lakhpatis at least. Before the birth of the AAP there have been umpteen such claimants to the throne of the poor aam […]

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A Turning Point In Indian Democracy

It has happened; happened today the 28th December 2013 in Delhi. A silent revolution has taken place. Democracy has breathed the freedom from the shackles of bondage after approximately 4 decades. Nobody could even imagine till December 7 that something like this was going to happen. Not even the Chief Minister of Delhi, sworn in […]

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Buddha And Terrorists

Betraying complete insensitivity to civilized living, the uncouth terrorists struck once again in Bodh Gaya on the 7th of July 2013, killing one person and injuring 6 others in 10 blasts. The MahaBodhi temple is the most venerable seat of Buddhism. It paints the most effective contrasts between the two worlds: civilized and uncivilized. Buddhism […]

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The Dalits & the Neo-Dalits

The word Dalit means the oppressed. It is employed as a sociological terms to refer to the last segment of society in stratification. Some societies have class, others caste to address these segments. In India it referred to the fourth “varna” or segment engaged on all kinds of menial work or labour intensive activities. They […]

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State Is Obliged to Protect Mukesh Ambani

Indian industrialist Mukesh Ambani of Reliance Group of industries sought and was granted Z-category security by the Government of India, on payment basis. Too many questions are being raised if it was appropriate for the government to provide such security. The issue is being confounded with security to the people at large, making a case […]

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