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Tata Sons to Samajwadi Sons: Politics and perils of ...

The similarities are riveting. Uttar Pradesh is India's largest state spread across 2.4 lakh km inhabited by of 217 million people, with 80 Lok Sabha seats and 403 assembly seats. The House of Tatas is India's largest conglomerate with over 100 ..., 4 hours ago
New Indian Express

India's new normal and the need to reboot national security

India has acquired new coordinates in Geo Political Status. India has retrieved the line and control over the geopolitical narrative—thanks to the brilliantly executed pre-emptive strikes across the LoC by the bravehearts of the armed forces. For ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago
New Indian Express

The rogue state of Pakistan and the perfidy in geopolitics

Study history, study history. In history lie all the secrets of statecraft… so said Winston Churchill. Around 45 years ago, as the Pakistani Army waged war against its own people in East Pakistan, Indira Gandhi made a prophetic observation in a TV ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

Zika hovers, killer diseases breed in cesspool of politics

Mosquitoes acquired prime time stardom this week. All the elements were in place. The geography was well located—it happened in Delhi, the national capital. The physiology of distress was acute—an estimated 3,000 persons affected and 30 killed ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

Paracetamol politics, tried ragas, tired rhetoric and retired reasons

They say change is the only constant. It is a useful cliché that helps keep hope afloat. Change, unless it is driven by cataclysmic events, is a glacial process. The idea of change lies between the observed and the observable. Frequently, as images ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

Notes on sloth: snippets from the standing committees

Away from the din and dust of politics, Departmental Standing Committees of Parliament dredge into the innards of government to review the working of ministries. Members of Parliament shed political hues to study issues of allocations, efficiency ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago
New Indian Express

The quality of quantity and the broken state of education

It is rare for a guest to be so candid, so bold to tell the hosts some honest truths. But Tharman Shanmugaratnam, Deputy Prime Minister of Singapore, did just that. He told a power-packed audience at Vigyan Bhavan that schools are the biggest crisis ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago
New Indian Express

Forget Rio. India has 1,433 days to make a mark at tokyo 2020

Posts on the social media are a riveting reflection of desire and disappointment. On Thursday morning, as India erupted in collective relief, one provocateur thanked Sakshi Malik for upgrading India into the bronze age. Come Friday, as P V Sindhu ...
 New Indian Express2 months ago
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