Category: Politics

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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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Emergency: An Advice from an Expelled Advisor

The War against Emergency — declared by Indira — was called as Second Independence by Jeyaprakash Narayanan. Emergency by Indira Gandhi was a wrong move which damaged the image of democracy of India. There were...






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EELAM — A Forgotten Dream?!

  EELAM was a dream of slain Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE). EELAM did not exist in the post colonial world officially and prevented from existing since Mullivaykaal in the recent past. On other...






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Mummy Returns: AMMA is back!

  It is land of freebees; Strong hold of Dravidian politics. To put it simple, it is called ‘AMMA NADU’ by few. J Jayalalithaa is contesting in a bi-election. She is already back in action...






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Error of Numbers: JAYA HO! Or JAYA GO ?

There is a kind of strange silence being sensed at Poes Garden ( residence of fromer chief minister of Tamil Nadu – Dr. J Jayalalitha) for last few days after the judgment from the Karnataka...






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Sri Lanka: How to Sing National Anthem?

  It is a nation which is already complicated. The government of the island nation wants to show it is back to normalcy. But it is difficult for the nation to prove. The reality is...






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Karnataka – Tamil Nadu: Fight over Damn DAM!

It is not new for the neighboring states of south India to fight over water. In the south, Tamil Nadu is water deficit state compared to the rest. Tamil Nadu needs water from all three...






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Jayamania: Hero-worshiping at its Worst

It was BBC’s six part documentary series ‘The Story of India’ stated the Tamil society as ‘World’s last living classical society’. The Classical societies believed in hero worship. Kings were considered as Gods. This concept...






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Land Acquisition Bill –Neocolonialism?

  It is not easy for any government in India to be socialist or communist, even if they want to be. On the contrary, it is easy to be pro-capitalist. Pro-capitalism is sometimes called as...