In politics, power is self-justifiable. It seeks no sanction, legal or ethical. The ability of power to transcend ideology, probity, morality and even legality makes it an attractive proposition for politicians. In a democracy such as ours, the key ... Firstpost.com, 1 month ago
Hundreds of thousands of people attended Tuesday's funeral in Chennai for the veteran Tamil leader, an outpouring of emotion usually reserved for global figures such as Fidel Castro or Princess Diana. To me, she was a goddess, said party worker ...Oman Observer, 1 month ago Puzzling devotion of India's poor to 'god-like' leaders Qatar Tribune, 1 month ago In India, 'godlike' leaders reign China Post, 1 month ago Why the poor follow personality cult leaders Gulf News, 1 month ago
The conflict between a person's free speech and the laws and norms curbing it, ostensibly in the larger interest of the society, has been a perennial issue since the advent of social structures and primitive democracies. I strongly believe that ...Bloomberg-Quint, 2 weeks ago
BENGALURU: In India, politicians have always been worshiped and revered by the masses. There are numerous examples that bring to light India's fascination with their god-like leaders, since decades. Be it Amma, NTR, MGR, Bal Thackeray, Sachin ...Silicon India, 1 month ago
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