Editorial

Elections 2014: Between Wave and Reality

Na Mo wave is sweeping India; A BJP supporter can propagate the theory. Surely the brilliant planned campaign of RSS will bring the best electoral results for BJP but the drastic improvement from its best ever performance of 182 seats

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GE 2014 – Yet again it is waste election?

For a country of over billion people, the tragedy of identifying relevant issues for upcoming elections continues unabated. The per tenant issue of availability of affordable quality food & drinking water to every Indian, secured place to live, pollution free

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Modi’s BJP ready for Congress, AAP challenge

Congress party is aware of the massive anti incumbency of ten years rule hence plan B is pushed for GE 2014. BJP is falling into the ploy to treat AAP as a national party by Congress party. AAP has a

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Congress must correct leadership issue to save India

Dr Manmohan Singh economic wisdom is under sever criticism. The critics are focused on defeating his over dependence on US and world bank, making India a colony of this group. Interestingly during World War-II, the leaders of India’s freedom movement

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Great leadership crisis in India

India is a continent having over billion people. Indian population represents 20% of the entire humanity. The role of government is vital to secure the well being of huge population, as we are closing on the General Elections 2014 –

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India is looking for better governance

UPA or NDA government headed by Rahul Gandhi or Narender Modi in 2014 is a big question for millions of Indians now. UPA II can be termed as total disaster with an all round failure on economic front, internal security,

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Karnataka Assembly Elections 2013 : Non performance or Corruption was No 1 issue?

Karnataka elections results are along predictable lines, many opinion polls and exit polls have scored right on seats prediction. Congress has emerged as the winner, BJP has been demolished and Janata Dal (Secular) refuses to be written off. The national

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Rahul Gandhi and the missing links

Rahul Gandhi may still become the prime minister because there is no one in the Congress with pan-Indian appeal who can be a challenger. But, the chances of him making a dramatic impact on the Indian scene are remote. He

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Anna epic battle unites India

  In  2011  comes  a  man  from  a  village  in Maharashtra  who  awakens  the  nation  and says  that  it  is  our  Dharma  to  eradicate  corruption.  Tens  of  thousands  of  Indian  men, women, children, artisans, farmers and students of  all  age 

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Rise & fall of Anna movement

  India  is  a  huge  country,  larger  than  a  continent. Hetrogeneity,  not  homogeneity,  has  always  been  the mantra of Social Homogeneity of Indian ethos, which is a must  for  any  progressive  society. It  boosts  and  develops adequate debates that ensure

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