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The Emergence Of Emergency

Posted by Aniket Shandilya

Forty winters have elapsed since the enigmatic JP gave his epic slogan; a cry out to student organisations, trade unionists, labourers and entire citizenry to plunge themselves in the ‘total revolution’, the churning of the mass agitation against the inflated economy, rampant corruption and blatant misuse of power by the then congress regime under Indira Gandhi.

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Modi To Solve Ganga Hydel Row

Posted by Nishita Singh

Originating from the Gangotri glacier at Gaumukh in the Indian Himalyans, the river Ganga is considered as the holiest river of the country. Though equally polluted, it is of immense significance for all the Indian.

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The Venom Of Pseudo-secularism

Posted by Aniket Shandilya

The severity of this declaration in the preamble often compels one to gravely ponder over the significance of the aforementioned five pillars of our democracy.

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From Silly to Stupid: The Perks of Iran-US Nuclear Deal

Posted by Shantanu Saxena

The outlines of a nuclear deal with Iran are in place. Unfortunately, it seems as though too many people in President Barak Obama's administration have forgotten that the reason Iran came to the negotiation table in the first place was because of the harsh sanctions imposed on them by the United States.

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Blame Game-On

Posted by Nishita Singh

26/11-the day that still brings shivers to everyone’s mind. Even after 6 long years, the memories of that night are crystal clear.

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The Renaissance of Indian Politics

Posted by Ashish Tiwari

Indians never cease to amaze, often it's the international world on the receiving end but sometimes even fellow Indians get a jab of surprise. In recent years there has occurred a mind boggling phenomenon leaving political pundits and parties utterly devastated or some utterly pleased .

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Is India a Hindu Rashtra ?

Posted by Ishani Mishra

Distinguishing between Hinduism, Hindutva, Hindu nationalists and Hindus might be difficult, as they sound synonymous. But why Hindutva stands out of the crowd is because it speaks in different voices. The BJP can distance itself from the RSS when it suits, but can also claim to be tied by an umbilical cord by it, at other times.

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When Obama Care met Modi Sarkar!

Posted by Ishani Mishra

The glimpse of having a vision might commence with a slow pace, but once it accelerates, it is hard to imagine one’s failure. The man in a white kurta and a saffron tinted turban on the 15th August 2014, was clear of his huge revelations for our nation. To bring about a change, he has been doing the incredible.

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The CM League

Posted by Ishani Mishra

The opinions may vary, the thoughts may clash, the musings might pinch and the brains might bash! Call it BJP’s decimation or Congress’s loss, but it is undoubtedly an unprecedented victory for AAP.

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