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The way of the Vistarak

The hatred for Narendra Modi and Amit Shah that Rahul Gandhi and his Congress party display has the near same intensity as the hatred that Rahul Gandhi’s great great grandfather had displayed towards Savarkar. The only difference is that Nehru had some sort of an intellectual standing and an undeniable …

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India is Transforming: the discerning see it, the purblind ignore it

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Myanmar in September was a path-breaking one with both countries reaffirming their commitment to work towards greater cooperation in the region, on the global stage and for effectively tackling the scourge of terrorism. Prime Minister Modi’s visit thus was one of the most successful …

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Jan Raksha Yatra – an assertion against communism’s politics of death

When India did finally send in her troops into East Pakistan to deliver the final push for the liberation of Bangladesh in 1971, the Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPI-M), it is said, was “taken aback and stated that outside intervention in the internal affairs of another country could only …

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RAHUL AT BERKELEY: A CONFUSED CACOPHONY

Rahul Gandhi’s Berkeley speech, unlike Nehru’s, was a private affair. Bereft of an element of thought, he expressed his own state of mind and that of his party’s — lacking in direction and cohesion Former Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru’s speech, delivered at the University of California, Berkeley, on October 31, 1949, …

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MAMATA’S BRAZEN ADMISSION OF MUSLIM APPEASEMENT

In West Bengal today, after four decades of red fascism, has come an era of secular fascism, which takes the Hindus for granted, rides roughshod over them and snatches away their right to live in dignity and security In a Press conference sometime this week, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, finally admitted …

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Under Prime Minister Narendra Modi India Rises as a Responsible Power

The Doklam episode and its successful culmination reflect the sagacity, the maturity, the foresight and fortitude of the leadership of Prime Minister Modi. The situation was handled in a manner that displayed a blend of determination, pragmatism, realism and the will to protect and pursue India’s national interest. The direction …

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CIVILISATIONAL DIALOGUE AT SAMVAD IN YANGON

Modi’s vision of India’s civilisational outreach was in full display at the second Samvad gathering: It generated goodwill, confidence and an urge towards a greater synthesis of thought, of direction and of action Despite political vicissitudes, despite the many layers of our relations over the decades, despite challenging phases as …

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SAMVAD: MODI’S VISION OF CIVILISATIONAL DIALOGUE

The Modi-Abe partnership on Samvad looks beyond present stereotypes of soft power and works towards erecting new foundations for civilisational exchange and to put together coalitions of cultures and civilizations A defining feature of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s foreign policy is his sustained and ceaseless emphasis on India’s civilisational dimensions, its …

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OF NAKEDNESS, HITLER’S SPIRIT AND FAILED LEADERS

A number of afflicted half-intellectuals and failed leaders abound in India today. And Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi is foremost among them. His shallowness outshines all others Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi, during one of those periods when he is afflicted with a compelling urge to churn out some fundamental thought and observations …

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PORIBORTAN THAT BENGALIS NEVER REALLY WANTED

Mamata Banerjee has taken West Bengal to a new low in minority vote-bank politics. As worse, she has imperiled the well-being of others, who live in fear of their lives Clearly, the situation in West Bengal is spiralling out of control and deteriorating by the day. The recent spate of mob …

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