Posts Tagged rahul gandhi
The results of the recently held assembly elections to 5 states – UP, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Manipur & Goa – have come today. The results are going to determine the direction of politics in India in the next few years, particularly the election of the President of India due in coming July and parliamentary polls 2019. As the title of my book highlights, it is more important that Narendra Modi has successfully changed the direction of the political wind in India.
Defamation is the easiest method of abuse of right to freedom of speech and expression. It was for the first time that the defamation law was introduced in India by the British. Arvind Kejriwal, Chief Minister, Delhi, has taken offence to the media for what he calls criticism of his government, himself, his ministers and officers and issued orders in writing to his administration to monitor all TV channels and file defamation cases wherever necessary.
This is what I had written in the preface to my book on this website on the results of the General Election 2009: 2009 के चुनावों का इन्तजार मैंने यही सोचकर किया था कि शायद कोई ऐसा नेतृत्व उभकर आये जो आज की चुनौतियों का सामना करते हुऐ देश को तीव्रगति से हर तरह से […]
The Election Commission of India is going to announce the dates for the general election 2014 on 5 March. The developments are being watched keenly for several reasons. One is the people’s loss of faith in the Manmohan Singh led UPA-II government, which is crossed all records of corruption anywhere in the world. The TimesNow […]
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and its Chief Mr Arvind Kejriwal are gradually removing the masks they have cleverly worn so far. It is the mask of anti-corruption. The other one is the mask of transparent & clean government. Yet another mask that hides its true identity is the claim to be a party of […]
AAP (Aam Aadmi Party) led by Arvind Kejriwal has turned out to be a very costly political, social and economic illusion in less than just 50 days. The party began its journey under the pretext of providing a clean government, free from the corruption practiced by the previous Congress government led by Ms Sheila Dixit […]
Rahul Gandhi has broken his silence. He has called nonsense a nonsense without mincing words like the crooked politicians fattening on Indian democracy or the courtiers perfect in the art of manipulative English or the diplomatese with multi-meaning verbose or the shrewd calculating operators opening their mouth only when they become sure of personal gains. […]