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Padho Pardesh was introduced by BJP's Minority Ministry to provide subsidy to minority students who undertake overseas education. However, a detailed analysis tells us that the real minority groups who face an existential crisis and those who are heavily outnumbered by other minority groups have been grossly under-represented in this scheme. Shockingly, the chunk of the benefits in all 3 years went to minority groups from Non BJP ruled states, especially states like Kerala where the ruling party hates anything even remotely Hindu. North Eastern States were ignored as always.

Monday, 19 June 2017 08:33

Loan Waivers, Subsidies & Tax Payers

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Do we need better policies or just loan waiver every year?

Thursday, 11 June 2015 00:00

Socialism Is A Mathematical Impossibility

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Is it that if government becomes effective, there is no corruption in PDS, etc., and governance becomes world class, and persons manning the government become totally selfless and integrity personified; Socialism will succeed?

Thursday, 11 June 2015 00:00

What Indian Railways Really Needs

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Indian Railways intrigues both, the politicians and the public, alike. Almost every Minister for Railways soon after taking charge appoints a committee to study it, and public never seems to learn about it beyond the TTE (travelling ticket examiner) they chase for that elusive berth.

Friday, 29 May 2015 00:00

Modi needs a paradigm shift as a PM

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A system that may be very effective for a small sized entity may simply break down when adopted for a larger one and vice versa.

Monday, 18 May 2015 00:00

Farmer suicides in India

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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.

The National Green Tribunal was constituted following the passage of the National Green Tribunal Act of 2010. Initially the country was given to understand that the Tribunal would hear the cases in which Environmental clearance is given or withheld by the concerned authorities, to ensure that there was no arbitrariness in the process. But devil always lies in the details.

A major power co has terminated its project of the construction of a 3960MW power plant in Jharkhand. Reason? simple, it could not get the land. So what will be the consequences?  well..

Is land acquisition evil? is it anti farmer? Is Indian Government hand in glove with the corporates in exploiting the poor ?
Well, isn't this what the leftists would like us to believe. Ground facts are in a stark contrast to the picture that's painted in media to manufacture a misinformed dissent.

कुछ लोग चाहते हैं कि पेट्रोल और डीजल भी अपने उच्च-स्तर के तिहाई के आस-पास हो जाने चाहिए, जैसा कच्चे तेल के अंतर्राष्ट्रीय मूल्यों में हुआ है ।