Modi

-April 26, 2018

India may be dealing with Pakistan less as a policy imperative and more as a pathology. It is entirely possible that the policy is to not have a policy. If Modi’s approach on Pakistan survives after him, it will be a success Although Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s detractors have persisted with the canard that he […]

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-April 20, 2018

RSS chief’s disapproval of Modi’s ‘Congress Mukt Bharat’ slogan may be a ploy to rob the Grand Old Party of the mantle of victimhood and protector of Dalits Motoring smoothly towards 2019 and the aim of securing a second term for Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Hindutva juggernaut hit a road bump shortly after tasting […]

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-March 30, 2018

The internet has transformed life, and politics is no exception. Bypassing the media, top politicians are using social networking sites to good effect Social media is in the news for all the wrong reasons. The government has issued a notice to Cambridge Analytica — the company accused of Facebook users’ data breach — demanding a […]

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-March 8, 2018

The forging of new alliances and the shifting of allegiances prevented anti-BJP forces from uniting against the common enemy in the three states where Assembly elections were held The North-east elections have brought three more states into the grip of the Bharatiya Janata Party. Many had predicted Tripura would shun its long-drawn history with communism […]

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-March 2, 2018

Pakistan to feature in the ‘grey list’ of the global money laundering watchdog after China revoked its support Pakistan will finally feature in the ‘grey list’ of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) — a global money laundering watchdog — from June this year. This was made possible after China, Turkey and Saudi Arabia, reportedly […]

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