Prime Minister Narendra Modi isn't just a man of words. He backs up his arguments with pictures and videos presented in dramatically changing slides to the tune of arousing background scores; he creates a sensory experience when he talks about ... Firstpost.com, 1 week ago
'Modi's brilliance seems to be in combining Indira Gandhi's 'feel' for the Indian pulse and Narasimha Rao's cynicism.''By the time the Opposition leaders caught up with Modi over the surgical strikes, he had already moved on,' says M K Bhadrakumar. The cacophony over India's 'surgical strikes' against Pakistan on September 29 only goes to underscore that India's Opposition politicians are kids on the block who can't grasp what a gifted magician they deal with in the persona of Prime Minister ...Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
Nandini Sundar's account of Indian democracy's failures in Chhattisgarh's Maoist corridor is a disturbing but essential read. On September 23, two boys left their home in Dantewada, Chhattisgarh, to visit their aunt in a village 20 kilometres away.Indian Express, 3 weeks ago
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