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Thursday, August 24, 2017

Politics

Aam Aadmi Khaas Baat


Latest in the series of embarrassing revelations about the ostentatious lifestyle that Aam Aadmi Party leaders, and in particular their supremo Arvind Kejriwal seem to leading, is a set of bills for catering at his official residence. Raised by The Delhi Tourism and Tpt Development Corporation, they are for meals provided by Taj Mahal Hotel

The PM’s Speech


I gaped at the screen in horror. The prime minister was addressing the nation – an unscheduled talk announced just 30 miutes back. It was ten minutes into the speech and my despair grew with every word he uttered. On the screen, he adjusted the mics and hiked his sleeves for the nth time, shuffled

Breaking the Neo-Caste Barrier


An interesting, and for most of us, encouraging, phenomenon is visible in India today. It is the brick by brick dismantling of the neo-caste system in our society. Of course, the caste system per se was abolished by our constitution shortly after independence, yet the same independence slowly engendered this other, equally insidious neo-caste system

Is the Indian Army in Danger of Being Politicised?


The following article appeared in The Quint. Original can be accessed here. Gen Dalbir Suhag, the present army chief is due to retire at the end of this month. However, in a surprising break from past practice, the name of his replacement has not yet been announced. As things stand, Lt Gen Praveen Bakshi, the

Aam Aadmi Party and the demise of hope


The Aam Aadmi Party which began as a people’s movement to bring about change in politics has degenerated into yet another political party with all the ills and ails. This is because it’s been hijacked by the personal ambitions of an unscrupulous leader. To save the movement, the party needs to ditch the leader and restore its values.

Aim before you shoot


A military operation has tactical and strategic aims. What were the strategic aim of the strikes under UPA?

Another Wednesday


On A Wednesday, a common man took on terrorists on celluloid. On another, the Indian Army took on many more in real life.

Jaane Mat Do Yaaron


Time for media to cast aside a few black sheep who are giving the whole profession a bad name

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