HINDU HRIDAY SAMRAT : HOW THE SHIV SENA CHANGED MUMBAI FOREVER Sujata Anandan HarperCollins 278 pages; Rs 499 As a reporter writing on the Ram Janmabhoomi movement, it was always perplexing that Shiv Sena chief Bal Thackeray claimed ... Business Standard India, 6 days ago
'Hindu Hriday Samrat', sketches life and times of Bal Thackeray - DNA, 2 weeks ago
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I must begin by disclosing my vested interest in writing this particular blog post. Some might call it a plug (which in a way it is) but I wished to familiarise a wider readership with Bal Thackeray and what he really was and meant to Bombay and ...Hindustan Times, 2 weeks ago
I love Narendra Modi for his sterling qualities. He is like a lighthouse to a floundering ship in the uncharted ocean. He is always beaming with energy. He exudes self confidence when chips are down and fights his way out of the Chakravyuh, ...Meri News, 2 months ago Much in common between Gujarati PMs Morarji & Modi Economic Times, 2 months ago Narendra Modi's way to Delhi Financial Express, 2 months ago This way to Delhi: From RSS pracharak to PM-designate, Narendra Modi has come a long way Indian Express, 2 months ago
BJP's Ahmedabad office used to be in crowded Khadia, a place where violent agitations were common. But sometime before Narendra Modi entered the scene, the office was shifted to Khanpur, a central place with five newspaper offices operating out of ...Times of India, 2 months ago
The 'secularists'are more adept at the politics of intense and alarmingly exaggerated fear-mongering, as this kind of politics provides easy votes of Muslims without making them answerable for the concrete issues of poverty, unemployment, lawlessness, and of basic needs like roads, electricity, etc, which is exactly how Nitish Kumar was defeated in the elections, says Mohammad Sajjad. How does one make sense of the Lok Sabha election verdict in Bihar, where the performing incumbent regime of ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
The spread of Modism is in reality the spread of personality cult and not political ideology, says Vidyut Joshi. Narendra Modi is a unique phenomenon in Indian politics. You cannot compare him with A B Vajpayee. At the most he can be compared with Indira Gandhi. Both have almost similar modus operandi -- autocratic, individualistic, revengeful, analytical, dynamic, charismatic, organisation breakers and individual loyalty builders. But Modi goes a step ahead of Indira Gandhi in the sense that ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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