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Why the Sangh fears Modi
Indian Express

Why the Sangh fears Modi

Narendra Modi By: Manjari Katju RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat's advisory, in the run-up to the Lok Sabha polls, to the organisation's cadres to stay detached from party politics, especially from any personality-driven campaigns by its associate, the ... Indian Express, 5 days ago
Not a cakewalk for Modi Millennium Post, 1 day ago
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Calcutta Telegraph

Inside the BRAIN

Elections are fought not just in hinterland rallies where fiery speeches are made. Another war brews within the four walls of party offices, aptly called war rooms once every five years. The war rooms, these days, are buzzing with activity. Those ...
 Calcutta Telegraph10 hours ago
Eurasia Review

India: The Outliers Who Won The PM's Post Analysis

By Manoj Joshi If Narendra Modi becomes prime minister, he will join a select band of predecessors who can be called outliers a scientific term used to describe phenomena which are outside the normal experience. We have had 13 prime ...
 Eurasia Review18 hours ago Manoj Joshi on the outliers who won the PM's post  India Today4 days ago

India is Moving Right

If it is coincidence then it is a remarkable one. Disparate democracies the world over seem to be making a right turn. Japan was in the van, electing the nationalistic-minded Shinzo Abe as prime minister for a second time. President Barack Obama's ...
 New Indian Express1 day ago
New Indian Express

'I Coined the 'NaMo' Title for Narendra Modi'

Sitting MP and BJP leader from Patna Sahib, Shatrughan Sinha, talks to New Indian Express Editorial Director Prabhu Chawla about his role in Bihar politics, BJP's support to Narendra Modi and the NaMo wave in 2014 elections on Sachchi Baat on News X ...
 New Indian Express5 days ago
The Week

THE HUNTERS AND THE HUNTED

In a lab in Minneapolis, US, scientists have constructed the world's quietest room, an anechoic chamber. You can hear the sound of your own stomach, lungs and heart working. After about 15 minutes, subjects become disoriented and start to exhibit ...
 The Week1 week ago

Manch extends support to Valmiki

Panchkula, April 6 Members of the Punjabi Ekta Manch extended their support to Raj Kumar Valmiki, Congress candidate from Ambala, at a breakfast meeting in Sector 6, here, this morning. Scores of city residents with Punjab origin assembled at the ...
 Chandigarh Tribune1 week ago

Islamabad will have to deal with Modi very deftly

Home News Article A Apr 05 2014 Saturday, Apr 05, 2014 Ambassador Riaz Khokhar served as High Commissioner to India from 1992-1997 and also as an Ambassador to the US and China. He later served as foreign secretary from 2002-2005 when he retired ...
 Zawya.com1 week ago

Modi has transformed himself deliberately

Home News Article A Apr 05 2014 Saturday, Apr 05, 2014 Dubai: He is seen as a voice of sanity in the frenzied melee that is the Indian electronic news media. Rajdeep Sardesai, editor-in-chief of the IBN18 Network, which includes CNN-IBN, is one ...
 Zawya.com1 week ago

Politics of religion and caste must be passé

What is distracting about the country's democratic process is the suspicion that no matter what the electoral verdict, governance remains in the hands of a small elite. It is this group that manipulates parochial issues As the stage is set for ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago
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