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Machiavellian political leadership smells coup in Kolkata
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Machiavellian political leadership smells coup in Kolkata

Kolkatta: Indian political leadership is known to be corrupt and unprincipled; in fact, it is rotten. Their misdemeanours have stopped surprising the countrymen. However, Mamata Banerjee's charge against the military marks a new low in the sordid saga of ... Sify, 2 months ago

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The Machiavellian

In the run-up to state assembly elections, the Election Commission of India (ECI) has finally cracked the whip on the deeply entrenched state bureaucracy, although it remains to be seen whether the recent shakedown in district administrators and district ...
 Kangla Times3 weeks ago

Disequilibrium: Capricious Princes and their machinations

The road to a climactic partition was paved with perdition. The pain points emanating from one the singular events in history of a gargantuan two-way cross border migration inherent with bloodletting were brutalising collective psyches. Under this rapidly ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago

Andrew Sheng & Xiao Geng: Trump's global strength

Trump is the ultimate Machiavellian prince, operating almost exclusively on ruthless self-interest
 Business Standard2 months ago
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Fragmented opposition helps BJP bloom in Maharashtra

After the outcome of elections to 10 major civic bodies, including the country's biggest and richest, the BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation, the Maharashtra political landscape now resembles one huge lake full of blooming lotuses - symbol of the Bharatiya ...
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Is Tamil Nadu the new Bihar?

If the people of Tamil Nadu stop deifying their leaders and start evaluating them more objectively, the political masters too may change their wayward behaviour, argues Sudhir Bisht. In the 1980s, just a few years before his retirement, my father was able to build a small house in Delhi. At that time, he wanted to rent his 60 square metre house to someone who was least likely to usurp his only property in Delhi. After all, his retirement was just four years away and he couldn't risk having a ...
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What will the baby-faced killer do next?

Why did Kim Jong-un order his brother's murder? IMAGE: North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un at the Pyongyang Orphans Primary School. Photograph: Korean Central News Agency/Reuters   Tyrants don't rest until they get rid of their enemies -- real or imagined. Constantly insecure, they consolidate their positions by ruthless annihilation. Soviet dictator Josef Stalin set the macabre agenda with personal and mass murderous purges, which the tyrants of our time -- Saddam Hussein, Muammar Gaddafi, ...
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Cong alleges Kumar, Yeddyurappa misused power; releases video

Congress today accused Union minister Ananth Kumar and former Karnataka chief minister B S Yeddyurappa of misusing power by collecting "ill-gotten money" and dared Prime Minister Narendra Modi to sack them from the party and lodge an FIR against them. To ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago
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A new politics of identity is taking shape in UP. And Akhilesh is its face

(Ashutosh is an official spokesperson for the Aam Aadmi Party. He comments on the change of guard in the Samajwadi Party, and what it means for the politics of Uttar Pradesh.) Is this the beginning of the end for identity politics in India? In a country ...
 catchnews.com2 weeks ago
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Why we must remember E Ahamed

'E Ahamed will be sorely missed as a decent and wise man who made the best use of his political career and personal abilities for the good of the nation,' remembers Ambassador T P Sreenivasan. IMAGE: 'It was long before he became a minister that Prime Minister P V Narasimha Rao discovered his talents as a pleasant, well dressed and sophisticated Muslim to be projected at the United Nations,' remembers Ambassador T P Sreenivasan.'He earned the nickname "Permanent Representative" at the UN as ...
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