Tagged: Corruption

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Ruminations on the Unavoidable Truth about Evil Cults

On August 25th, many Indians took to social media to express their shock over the violence across Haryana, killing at least 30 people and injuring more than 250. The violence started after the quasi-religious sect...






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MODI – Moun Mohan II?

He was famous for being more vocal than any politician in India. He himself called 53 inch chest Prime ministerial candidate. His party called Manmohan singh, the previous prime minister of the nation as Moun...






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Al-Shabab’s Trail of Blood

On April 2nd, an awful attack on Garissa University in Kenya took place, which claimed the lives of more than 150 students. The cold-blooded killing of the students was one of the vicious attacks, carried...






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Congress: is it RIP?

Indian National Congress (INC), the grand old party of India seems to be not doing anything good even after its very bad debacle in the last parliament elections. Congress seems not doing anything to bring...






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‘The Two Party’ India

  India has the maximum number of political parties in the world. No other nation could ever beat India in this regard. Having said this, if I say, as of now, in the current political...






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Best Bureaucratic Black Comedies — II

  Wag the Dog (1997) Barry Levinson’s malefic satire deals with an outrageous and exaggerated scenario, where a Hollywood producer joins hands with a White House spinmeister. In order to divert the public’s attention from...






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Best Bureaucratic Black Comedies — I

  Every revolution evaporates and leaves behind only the slime of new bureaucracy. — Franz Kafka A century ago German sociologist Max Weber esteemed ‘bureaucracy’ as ‘superior to any other organizational form’ because of its...