Repeating The Rhetoric, Escaping Accountability

February, 2017


The Union Budget 2017-18, the fourth Budget of the Modi government, was presented in the midst of a financial and economic exigencies hurled by unintelligent move of demonetization of unprecedented scale, failed to recognize the gravity of the situation faced by different stakeholders of the economy.

who really killed Mahatma Gandhi

11/09/2016


Nathuram Godse shot Bapu thrice and killed him. But he was inept and incapable of succeeding without the support of an organisation. The accused enjoyed countrywide support, easy and unlimited funds and supplies. This could not have been possible without organisational involvement.

Kashmir: An issue of perpetual Tragedy

15/07/2016


Kashmir continues to burn due to the protests following the killing of Hizbul Commander, Burhan Wani. Atleast 43 civilians have been killed and thousands injured in the ensuing violence and standoff between Kashmiri people and security agencies. Curfew imposed in the valley in wake of the protest has continued indefinitely People’s life in the Vall

The new GDP and Indian state of Economy: an examination of Modi’s GDP Mirage

15/06/2016


The advertisements on Indian television which are bursting with self-appraisal by NDA and talk of changing face of the Indian economy, try to provide a bleak hope to the common masses of this country. The new jingle of “Mera Desh Badal Raha Hai, Aage Bad Raha Hai” is as much contrary to the present situation as are the tall claims of our Selfie(sh)

Unprecedented Inflation

14/09/2016

Shri Ajay Maken


Congress Party would like to ask Shri Modi and Shri Jaitley to kindly tell: "Who is responsible for the unprecedented inflation to which people of India are subjected to, currently." Is it the opposition? Or are they going to blame the farmers who are fighting drought without any assistance from the Government? Or is the BJP going to blame it som

Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru Democrat par Excellence

27/05/2016

M Veerappa Moily


The edifice of the modern India stands on the foundations laid by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. Jawaharlal Nehru was known as second-incommand in the country’s freedom

The legacy of Jawaharlal Nehru will Endure the ravages of time forever

10/05/2016

Dr Richa Raj


In the backdrop of reports streaming in of how the name of the architect of Modern India and her first Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, has been missing from the chapter on the country’s

Rajiv Gandhi: The Builder of the 21st Century India

25/05/2016

Dr Priyam Barooah


India is an old country, but a young nation; and like the young everywhere we are impatient. I am young, and I too have a dream. I dream of an India strong, independent and self-reliant and in the front ran

DR. B. R. AMBEDKAR THE NATIONALIST

19/04/2016

Dr K Jayakumar


On the occasion of the 125th Birth Anniversary celebrations of Baba Shaheb Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, humanity is reminded of the luminary in a galaxy of intellectuals. An intellectually accomplished

Arunachal, now Uttarakhand: Imposing President’s Rule in states is a serious matter, courts can rule on

14/04/2016

Shri Soli J Sorabjee


Arunachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand, scarcely known to many people in other states, have shot into national prominence. The reason: Imposition of President’s Rule in these states, incessant discussions on TV channels

NDA ’s Foreign Policy: A saga of flip-flops

14/04/2016

Dr Prem Chand


Ever since the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) won India’s 2014 parliamentary elections, debate has intensified over the likely direction of the country’s foreign policy. The BJP has received the clear cut mandate in an election,

BJP throttling the voice of youth

03/03/2016


The Vichar Vibhag, All India Congress Committee (AICC) organized a Conference on “Freedom of Speech and Expression in Universities” on 14th March 2016 at Krishna Menon Bhawan, Indian Society of International Law,New Delhi. The key speakers were Dr Girija Vyas, Ms. Meira Kumar, Mr. Salman Khurshid, Mr Rakesh Khanna and Dr Aditya Narayan Misra.
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