Politics

Decoding 50-Year-BJP-Rule Quip of Amit Shah

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Spread the love           Amit Shah, has claimed that the saffron party will not only increase his party’s tally in 2019 general elections — get more seats than it obtained in 2014 polls — and, thereafter, it will rule India for 50 years. The claim is ridiculous and dangerous. A report for Different Truths.  The BJP President, […]


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Four State Elections and Two Political Parties: December-January to Reveal Political Direction of the Country

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Spread the love           Ridicule has become BJP’s weakest weapon against Rahul, while the Congress president is increasingly resorting to stronger political weapons against the policies and decisions of the Modi government. We have seen its effect even during the Gujarat and Karnataka election. The terms of the legislative assemblies of four states – Mizoram, Rajasthan, Madhya […]


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Dissent and the Famous Five: Violent Dissidence is Also Dangerous

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Spread the love           The Pune Police says it has ‘conclusive proof’ that nails all of them. The Supreme Court will demand proof, in English not Marathi. ‘It’s a witch-hunt?’ say supporters. Counsels for accused say Modi government is curbing “dissenting voices.” The activists and their supporters say BJP is panicking, staring at certain defeat in assembly […]


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Akhilesh Yadav Plays Soft Hindutva Card

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Spread the love           Unfolding his mega plan Akhilesh Yadav said a huge city to be constructed would have massive statue of Lord Vishnu and entire complex would be constructed on the pattern of Angkor Vats in Combodia. It would be worth mentioning here that Angkor Vats religious complex is known throughout the world for promoting culture […]


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Going Up in Smoke That Never Was: A USD 100 Million from UAE

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Spread the love           UAE ambassador to India Ahmed Albanna confirms that no aid offer of Rs 700 crore was made by the UAE. This places the Vijayan government in Kerala, the state with the communists in power, in an untenable position. The CM, who jumped the gun, also made others to jump the gun, including the […]


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North East Heading Towards Bitter Political Battle

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Spread the love           The way the political scenario is changing in the region is indicative of a virulent political battle on communal lines. NRC is emerging as the most important political issue that can affect the fortunes of all political parties. The sharp polarisation may trigger violence in the region, particularly during the elections. The region […]


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Vajpayee Leaves Behind Challenge of Good Governance

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Spread the love           Unlike the most loved Democrat and a celebrated Liberal in BJP stalwart, Atal Behari Vajpayee, whose passing away on August 16 the entire nation mourned, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has shown himself to embracing an authoritative mode of governance with highly centralised decision-making.  Vajpayee was a great nation-builder and believer in consensus-building with […]


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Secularism was Always a Hindu Credo

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Spread the love           If secularisation has to precede development, then both religion and ‘God’ must go. Knock off God, there wouldn’t be religion and division. Knock off religion, God will go off the podium/pedestal and, without religions to reckon with, the State will not be able to take sides. A report for Different Truths. Studies and […]


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Pullout From Regional Partnership of China A Bad Move

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Spread the love           China is hurrying to conclude RCEP after the trade war heated up. China tried to gobble up support of other members, particularly ASEAN countries, to make it happen by the end of 2018. India continues to oppose the launch as it is reluctant to reduce duty on 90 percent tariff lines. It also […]


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Simultaneous Polls May Not be a Reality by 2019

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Spread the love           There are some problems like the preparedness of the Election Commission, which has calculated the cost to about Rs 45 billion to implement the concept while the 2014 Lok Sabha elections alone cost Rs 39 billion. The Chief Election Commissioner has virtually ruled out simultaneous polls without the backing of Parliament. If the […]


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