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Diplomacy – the Narendra Modi approach

The Prime Minister of India ought to be able to travel with ease in the South Asian region without hindrance, encumbrance or hesitation. Prime Minister Modi’s visit to Kabul and his sudden stopover in Lahore is symbolic of the fact that in her quest to evolve into a responsible and …

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The Hatred of Congress’ First Family for Modi Will Intensify

It is an interesting phenomenon that a particular political party and its sustaining dynasty continues to be irreconcilable to the fact that it has lost the people’s mandate and has been designated to live without the power that comes with it, at least for five years. The year 2015 has …

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STRUGGLE TO LIBERATE EDUCATION

The goals of education as articulated by Prime Minister Modi, when he referred to Shiksha ki Sanskriti, essentially look at evolving a true and living education. The new education policy outreach is a first and fine effort at trying to assess that possibility and hope The Ministry of Human Resources …

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Congress resorts to falsehood to cover its confusion

The Congress seems to have relapsed into one of those phases it periodically suffers from – that of denigrating institutions and concocting scenarios to not only mislead people but generate a false discourse. When the people of Chennai and Tamil Nadu faced some of the worst floods in a century, …

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CELEBRATION OF INDIAN CULTURE

Historically, India has sought to evolve methods of education that would recognise the country’s rich repository of arts, theatre, drama, music. A sense of those past efforts was tangible at the HRD Ministry’s Kala Utsav, which was launched in Delhi on December 8 The effort to integrate culture in education …

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Kala Utsav Hopes to Fuse Culture with Education

Kala Utsav—the festival of arts and culture, a flagship attempt of the Ministry of Human Resource Development that took off in the national capital on December 8, is indeed an effort that not only celebrates the rich cultural and artistic diversity of India but also primarily aspires to integrate culture …

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LIES THAT THE COMMUNISTS SAY

It is indeed laughable to hear the communists say that the BJP is trying to worm its way into the country’s freedom struggle saga. The communists were in the forefront in opposing various movements that had been launched, even at times aligning with Jinnah Comrade Sitaram Yechury, or “comrade Sita” …

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THE LEFT’S BLOOD-SOAKED LEGACY

It is ironical that the Communist Party of India (Marxist) and others of its ilk are leading the ‘intolerance’ brigade against the Government, given that they are the ones who ran one of the most violent and intolerant ‘proletarian’ regimes in post-independent India  It was ironical to see and hear …

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Commitment to the Constitution – Congress style

Ironically, Congress leader, Mallikarjun Kharge, did not see the Italian sitting beside him and instead, pointed his widely gesticulating finger at the treasury benches terming the BJP leaders as foreigners who came to India, displacing him and those like him who were original inhabitants of the land. Sadly, though understandably, …

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WORSHIPPING GODSE, A FALSE GOD

Instead of undertaking a deep soul-searching on why it has reduced itself to a state of profound irrelevance, the Hindu Mahasabha is displaying a terribly unhistorical spirit by feting Nathuram Godse. It should look to Veer Savarkar and SP Mookerjee for guidance The Hindu Mahasabha — or whatever is left …

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