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Demanding Freedom without Contributing? Diagnosing the JNU Rumpus

India has been subjected to the ardhasatya (half truth) by a political ardha kumbh of the students & professors of the JNU under the influence of a variety of political forces in the country and abroad. Prominent among them are the Congress Party, the Communist Party of India, the Communist Party (Marxist), other left organizations, […]

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My Apprehensions Come True

Times Lit Fest a crafted contrivance to attack India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, defame the great nation known for its tolerance even under the worst provocations by organized Congress political rioting through a bunch of writers who might not have written for years or purchased a copy of a book published by another from their own group. It is a dangerous game being played by foreign religious fundamentalists exploiting liberal society, its diversity and citizen right to faith .Times Of India will find no readers once foreign newspapers are allowed in India.

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Bofors Scandal, Rajiv Gandhi & Ex-CBI Chief’s Half-Truths!

I refer to the news stories from the Times of India & The Indian Express regarding the Bofors Scam and Rajiv Gandhi that got published today and are half-truths only! I invite discerning readers to refer to pages 32 , 33 and others where I refer to the Bofors scandal in my book. This is […]

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Arvind Panagariya on Amartya Sen

The Times of India dated July 27, 2013 has published an article by Professor Arvind Panagariya, Professor of Indian Political Economy  at Columbia University , titled “What Amartya Sen Doesn’t See”. Both are renowned people. One advocates growth and the other is a champion of social spending. Both are concerned with poverty, illiteracy, ill health […]

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The Minister Incurs Disqualification

A minister incurs a disqualification for the office if he violates his oath of office. By taking the oath, the person binds himself/herself to the discipline of the solemn parts of that oath. When the minister behaves in a manner that violates the whole or any part of that oath, it is incumbent upon him/her […]

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