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Modi's India has shed baggage of Nehruvian socialism

To sum it up, the message is clear and loud in the last three years both for domestic and international audience that, 'India's postal address is not Nehru, it's Modi'. DNA, 1 month ago

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Shekhar Gupta: Buried, cremated, reborn

Nehruvian secularism gave minorities many privileges. Modi's BJP has redefined it using Triple Talaq
 Business Standard1 month ago
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It's no-Plan period for Centre, states

While the curtains on Nehruvian-era five-year plans came down on March 31, Niti Aayog's three-year action plan — slated to be launched on April 1 — is yet to come into being. According to sources, the government think tank is ready with the draft ...
 DNA2 months ago
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Arvind Subramanian on a mission to promote dissent, praises Nehru

On 16 May 2014, the cultural right-wing in the country celebrated as the Bharatiya Janata Party , led by Narendra Modi , swept to power in the Lok Sabha. In the three years since then, Modi's regime has often been accused of promoting an authoritarian model ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago
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The dawn of a new Eid: one burdened with fear, shame and indifference

This Eid was different. The days preceding it and the day itself had the shadow of hate hanging over it. That shadow being referred to is not a reference to the Muslims who donned black armbands to offer their prayers - something which the country ought to ...
 catchnews.com1 day ago
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'The RSS is deeply uncomfortable about Gandhi'

'Actually, the RSS is deeply ambivalent and uncomfortable with Gandhi as well as also Ambedkar, but it is not politically wise to oppose these two.''So Nehru is the main and only target.'   Indira Gandhi, A Life in Nature (Simon & Schuster) is an unusual biography. Jairam Ramesh's latest book does not delve into Indira Gandhi's politics of slogans and shibboleths -- photocopied by many leaders, including Narendra Modi -- or her contentious policies -- undermining democratic ...
 Rediff.com5 days ago

Ruminations : The Republic of bias

For a cricket-playing nation, a cricket match is a good time to understand bias. It is every nation’s big hypernationalism. Victory has to be earned on the ground but the acoustics around the match become about as significant as the match itself. What the ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 week ago
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Why the triple talaq issue is a win for the BJP

'The BJP, or the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, are celebrating their biggest ideological and philosophical victory in some time,' says Shekhar Gupta. Today's intellectual and philosophical polarisation (I have carefully excluded 'political') over the ongoing campaign to abolish triple talaq for Muslim women is a more complex story than the Supreme Court hearings or the usual TV 'debates' would suggest. The starkest example of how complex it is, is the fact that all mainstream political parties ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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How money speaks more than medals

If you don't have power in a game you are masters of, the world will walk all over you, notes Shekhar Gupta. IMAGE: Indian players celebrate after they won the Asian Champion Trophy beating Pakistan 3-2 in the final at Kuantan, Malaysia, October 30, 2016. Photograph: Hockey India Unless you are among the many preparing for the UPSC exams, chances are you won't recall when Indian hockey won a genuine medal at the Olympics. Genuine, because we discount the gold in Moscow, 1980, which most hockey ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago
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What Major Gogoi did was Chanakya Niti

Major Gogoi thought like Chanakya when he tied a Kashmiri man on an army jeep to keep the stone pelters at bay, argues Rajeev Sharma. In these days of strict observation of human rights, one would have expected a tsunami of outrage after the Indian Army awarded a commendation medal to Major Leetul Gogoi. The officer from Assam had tied a Kashmiri man on the bonnet of an army jeep to ward off stone pelters in the Kashmir valley. But the opposite has happened -- in the Indian social media at ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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