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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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Strengthening Relations

Prime Minister Modi’s recently concluded trip to Myanmar has ensured that relationship between the two countries goes to the next stage, keeping in view the present evolving geostrategic realities in the region. Apart from the various MoUs signed, the various ratifications that have taken place, the major takeaway of this …

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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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Jumping the gun

Leftliberal cause-junkies always try to to make Sangh Parivar the scapegoat Even before investigations have begun in right ear nest in the murder of Gauri Lankesh, the verdicts are out and the ready-to-protest groups of civil society -activists, intellectuals and rebels in search of a cause have jumped into the …

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A condensed India

The appearance of Vivekananda at Chicago as a representative of Hindus and India, showed, as Sri Aurobindo, argued, that “the spiritual ideas” for which India stood was no longer a defensive one, but an “aggressive and invading” one, which challenged the “materialised mentality of the Occident.” The Swami’s appearance at …

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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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Doklam episode demonstrates India’s civilisational approach

By the time this column appears, the process of disengagement between India and China on the Doklam stand-off might have advanced to a great degree. This is indeed a major diplomatic victory for India and reflects the sagacity, maturity, foresight and fortitude of the leadership of PM Narendra Modi. Not …

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Against Deconstructionism

Communism, observed British conservative philosopher Roger Scruton, “is through and through dependent on paranoia – a kind of grand conspiracy theory designed to manufacture illusory enemies so as to maintain itself in being.” In the last three and a half years that Narendra Modi has been in power, there have …

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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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