Tagged: Modi

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Capitalizing on Patriotism

    It’s almost going to be a month since our Prime Minister of India, announced demonetization of high value currencies. Majority of the popular media hailed it as the surgical strike on black money...






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The Broom has swept well this time

      A sweeping victory may not be a perfect way to comment on Delhi election results and the resurrection of AAP yesterday. The party has achieved something beyond that. Presenting 67 out of...






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The Paradoxical Moditva

    Mr. Modi is the man enjoying media popularity like no other political figures in recent memory. The main stream media- both printed and television- embraces him as if he is a bollywood star....






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Vacuum in Tamil Nadu’s Politics

The bastion of Dravidian politics which is experiencing revolving door politics between two Dravidian parties seems to be witnessing a political vacuum. Tamil Nadu is presently under the rule of AMMA Jayalalithaa’s All India Anna...






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Priyanka – a New Storm

Most Indians see Indira in her face. Even the residents of her brother’s constituency (Amethi)  are thinking she(Priyanka Gandhi) is better than him(Rahul Gandhi). She is not contesting in the elections. She is not campaigning...






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Single Men & Women: Indian Politics’ New Wedding

India is now approaching to see yet another election. This time, India is seeing the dominance of Singles. The 40+ Prince of Indian National Congress is a bachelor fighting against Gujarati Bachelor Narendra Modi for...






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RaGa: Arnab makes it unpleasant

It seems Rahul Gandhi, the prime minister nominee by the grand old party of India walked into the trap knowingly or unknowingly by frankly speaking to Arnab. Rahul Gandhi was questioned for the things he...






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Anarchy: President’s Cry

The pleasant RaGa or NaMo chant is being disturbed by an angry young man of new India – Arvind Kejriwal. The media polls say – he is the third most favorite by Indians for prime...






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Moving INDIA from WESTMINSTERSHIP to PRESIDENTIAL

15th August of the year 1947, when Lord Louise Mount Batten created two common wealth independent nations of South Asia – he might not have thought INDIA may move, in the future, to United States...