Category: Politics

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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...






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Is Jaya’s successor More Successful ?

There are no two parties in Tamil Nadu. There are two leaders in Tamil Nadu and two group of peoples following these leaders. Tamil Nadu is a state of Hero or Heroine Worship. Political parties...






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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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Good Governance Day: Who sells what?

My father was anti-congress on those days. He don’t like plans named after Nehru-Gandhi dynasty on those days. He dislikes the idea of naming Rozghar Yojna or Employment plan. It is mindset of the congress...






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J&K Elections: Victory for Democracy

India administered Kashmir proves herself to the world that ‘J&K is part and parcel of India’. Though there are numerous issues in handling the Kashmir issue, the Indian Kashmir is always maintained with a degree...






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What is ‘Waste’ anyway?

    Few weeks back in my ‘The Paradoxical Modithuva’ I had briefly highlighted how the twin massively driven campaigns ‘Make in India’ and ‘Clean India’ contradict each other conceptually. ON the same line of...






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India:  Under Hindu Agenda?!

It was dream of Nation’s father M K Gandhi – ‘The Ram Raj’. Gandhi wanted to replace British Raj with Ram Raj. Ram Raj, Gandhi sought was different from the Ram Raj – the saffron...