opinion

Leftist’s Left In Shacks

The Left’s failure to catch up with issues emphatically and meaningfully engage with a 21st century India as a stakeholder has damaged it enough The title of the Marxist philosopher Slavoj Zizek’s book, First As Tragedy, Then As Farce (2009),

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BJP’s Policies and Vision

The nation hopes that with this resounding majority and consequent political stability, the Prime Minister will succeed in actualising his own vision and India’s unbound aspirations The BJP was well on its way to emerging as India’s ‘natural party of

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Yogi Ending Caste-Based Politics in UP

Adityanath has emerged alongside Modi and Shah as the third pillar with his overall political wisdom that demolished anti-establishment sentiment and shattered caste-based politics Yogi Adityanath, the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, has succeeded in bringing about a significant shift

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The Mass Influencer : Modi

It is true that Jawaharlal Nehru was for his time, a modern person. But he could not convert modernisation into a mass movement as Modi has The return of Mr Narendra Modi with a generous mandate for the second time

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EQ Factor

Today there are so many discussions regarding deficits and requirements of use of emotional intelligence in various domains of life starting from family, society and organizations where we live , work or want to improve the harmonious ecosystem with enhanced

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IMS to Impart Technical Education in Rural

Institute of Management Studies (IMS) Ghaziabad, a 29-year-old flagship institute of the IMS Society Ghaziabad, and the CSC Academy, a society established by the CSC e-Governance Services India Ltd (CSC SPV), have announced a strategic alliance to develop and deliver

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Need Of Trade Dialogues With Australia

With some imagination and greater investment of time and trust, India and Australia will find that the sea between them is not a barrier, it is their shared border India’s southern neighbour Australia wants more from the bilateral relationship. But

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Change Starts From Within – OPINION

The new era, which political parties promise to bring, would remain an unfulfilled dream as long as the nature of the people is not transformed, says Rajyogi Brahmakumar Nikun Ji The biggest festival of Indian democracy, the elections, are over

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Mining the moon

Can mining the moon really become a big business? Before people get fascinating by the prospect of making big business mining the moon,  much work needs to be done about the feasibility of digging the treasure trove of minerals. Amid

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India’s Advancement In Space

NASA to send payload on Chandrayaan-2, signals extra-terrestrial cooperation This, too, is happening. The US space agency NASA is literally hitching a ride on Chandrayaan-2, India’s second Moon mission satellite. Planned for a July launch, it will have 13 payloads

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