Opinion

Its time someone called out  –  Emperor has no clothes!

Open Letter to Mr C.R. Babu, Professor emeritus at the Department of Environmental Studies regarding his prejudiced assessment of damage to Yamuna flood plains. Dear Mr Babu: I refer your conversation with Outlook magazine published on June 13th. As I take a deep dive into the rhetoric regarding destruction of Yamuna river flood...[ View full story ]

Why AAP won’t be an easy pitch for Sidhu to bat on

Sulking for a considerable length of time over one issue or the other, cricketer-turned politician Navjot Singh Sidhu finally called it quits as Rajya Sabha member. He had been nominated to the Upper House just a couple of months ago by the BJP. It is certain that Sidhu will say good bye to...[ View full story ]

Adarsh Gram Jayapur: 1 Year On

On 7th November 2014 Narendra Modi had adopted Jayapur village situated in the Varanasi Parliamentary constituency under the Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojana. One year on this village which used to be devoid of basic/fundamental facilities, is ready to greet everyone in the form of a model village. “In reality, through Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojana Parliamentarians are not...[ View full story ]

AAP’s defence of Rajendra Kumar is setback to Kejriwal’s anti-graft plank

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his entire team of AAP leaders are hell bent upon defending CM’s Principal Secretary Rajendra Kumar who is facing corruption charges and has been arrested by the CBI. Soon after the arrest of Kejriwal’s aide, Dy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia jumped the gun and blamed the Central...[ View full story ]

India’s entry to MTCR: A classic case of “Policy of Prestige”

One of the cherished goals of any foreign policy is often to secure, maintain and enhance the prestige of the country. In the diplomatic parlance, it is called doctrine of ‘policy of prestige’. Morgenthau says, “the policy of prestige is the third of the basic manifestations of the struggle for power on the...[ View full story ]

‘Demography is Destiny’: Bare Bone facts from Arunachal Pradesh

North-East region of India is endowed with one of the most rich, vibrant, cultural, heritage with various tribes following long deep rooted traditions. The last few decades, however, has witnessed an unprecedented erosion of historical, traditional and cultural identities in the region. Large sections of the population on conversion to Christianity, have discarded...[ View full story ]

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