it has almost been around a week and half, when we began hearing Arvind Kejriwal, the Chief Minister of Delhi yelling in his menacing voice, asking for the Prime Minister Narendra Modi to show his educational certificates.

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Modi is alone. Alone in trying to do what is good for the country. But he must plod on, because that is what his duty to his motherland is calling him to do. That is what voters elected him for. Any compromise with the mafia that is permanent ruling elite of India will finish both-Modi and the country.

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Smriti Irani is on fire. Too much to handle for Congress, or its re-launched poster boy Mr. Rahul Gandhi. She stands by IIT Madras and has challenged  Rahul Gandhi to a public debate instead of hiding behind his 'goons' in NSUI.

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India is a Hindu majority nation but Muslims are the second larget majority at around 30 Crore in population. There are various schemes dedicated to Muslims by central and state governments. Any party bringing this schemes gets a massive vote bank swing vital for their survival in elections. Any party that wishes to roll back such biased schemes fear a secular backlash.

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Monday, 18 May 2015 00:00

Farmer suicides in India

They say that public has a short memory. It is true.We remember farmer suicides when a farmer commits one, only to forget all about it in a couple of days. No demand for action, no guilty punished. This issue deserves our serious attention.

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Monday, 20 April 2015 08:26

Why is Congress afraid of reforms?

Congress is playing the dangerous and dirty game of projecting business and industry as villains. But far more distressing is to see educated Indians falling for the bait.

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Friday, 16 January 2015 19:01

The Red Sari

Javier Moro's book, which has been successful in Italy and Spain where more than half a million copies have been sold, has been able to release his book in India now. a dramatised biography supposedly on the life of Sonia Gandhi, which was stalled by threats of lawsuits.

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१७ जनवरी २०१४ के दिन होटल लीला में शशि थरूर की धर्मपत्नी सुनंदा पुष्कर अपने कमरे में मृत पायी गयीं । उनके मृत्यु के बाद कुछ रहस्य खुल कर उजागर हो रहे हैं, ये हैं उनमें से १० प्रमुख बिंदु

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Sunday, 11 January 2015 10:44

Cover ups over Sunanda Pushkar's murder

Sunanda Pushkar was found dead in mysterious circumstances at Hotel Leela Palace in south Delhi on January 17.  The following points deepen the mystery behind her death

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why did Sonia Gandhi not become the Prime Minister of India?

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