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Unclear Why Some Political Parties Oppose CAA

It also was unclear on what basis or what drove parties such as the BSP to oppose the passage of the Bill. While giving his unassailable, pointed, inspiring and historic replies in the both Houses of Parliament, Union Home Minister Amit Shah asked a number of questions which the Congress …

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CAB: A historic commitment

Bangladesh’s historic mistreatment of the Hindu minority shows why India should be a natural home for persecuted Hindus in Muslim majority nations. When he tabled the Citizenship Amendment Bill 2019 in Lok Sabha, Union Home Minister, Amit Shah asked a fundamental question, in response to the Congress party’s leader in …

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New India’s polity is unequivocal when it comes to security and has no patience for the mouthpieces of disintegration
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New India Polity: The Modi mode

A re-energised nation moves towards empowerment and mainstreaming of the marginalised By the time the general elections of 2019 arrived, Narendra Modi’s vision of New India was on track. The vision had been firmly and clearly articulated, its ideationa contours had been laid and its working out on the ground …

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Ayodhya verdict: Defeat for cartels of discord

Kashmir disappointed them. There was no conflagration, no conflict and the separatist agendas could find no expression since August 5. Like they waited with baited breath after the abrogation of Article 370, for the region and the country as a whole to erupt, the radical Islamists, the Urban Naxals, the …

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The congressional rigmarole

The US congressional hearings on Kashmir are unhelpful and provide divisive figures with a stage to distort narrative vis-à-vis Kashmir post the revision of Article 370 A second Congressional hearing on Kashmir is due on November 14. The participation is of course not uniform, a number of Congressmen with a …

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Going strong

Outcomes of regional elections post 370 have reaffirmed how BJP’s narrative of nationalism and national unity holds the popular vote The recently concluded elections in Maharashtra and Haryana have indicated support for the governance vision and action followed by respective BJP governments in the last five years in these states. …

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Impressions of Korea

Evolving over time, the civilisational connect between South Korea and India serves as the bedrock for a more robust bilateral relationship enriched with greater opportunities and engagements There’s increasing interest and curiosity worldwide in the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). It is natural that this interest has increased over the years. …

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Taking a step towards being ourselves

Union Home Minister Amit Shah echoes our nationalist thinkers and educators in the past. The discussion on history writing in India is again under focus after Union Home Minister Amit Shah spoke of it while inaugurating a national conference on Skandagupta at the Banaras Hindu University on October 17. The debate …

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Rise of civilisational states

The informal nature of the Mamallapuram summit has allowed Modi and Xi to form connections on shared culture as civilisational states Much has already been written about the Modi-Xi informal summit in Mamallapuram. The Wuhan Spirit was reciprocated by the Chennai Connect, the significant and symbolic dimension of the meet …

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An awakened Bharat?

Abrogation of 370 demonstrated the nation’s readiness for a change in thought process. In his Vijaya Dashami address, RSS Sarsanghchalak Dr Mohan Bhagwat referred to and drew attention to certain fundamental and core thoughts. These thoughts, whether one accepts them or not, whether one chooses to ignore or to internalise …

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