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Election Verdict 2018: Revision of Strategies

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Spread the love           It’s important to revise electoral strategies, reasons Navodita, our Associate Editor. Here’s an exclusive report for Different Truths. The recent legislative assembly elections across five states of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Telangana and Mizoram sounded the trend for months to come in 2019 and the parliamentary elections.  The people’s verdict was clear – […]


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Indian Polity Moves to Peril Under Modi Rule: Economic Situation Worsening

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Spread the love           Rich are becoming richer. ‘Barclay’s Hurun India’ has published the ‘Rich list for 2018’. It is a list that carries the names of individuals with net worth exceeding Rs.1000 crore. The wealth of India’s top 100 richest people has jumped by Rs.3.08 lakh crore in 2018 to Rs.30.59 lakh crore, from Rs.27.51 lakh […]


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Mayawati Upsets the Assembly Poll Apple Cart: Congress-BSP Alliance in the Dock

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Spread the love           Her reasons for not entering into an alliance in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh are rather flimsy. Significantly, she spared Congress President Rahul Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi from her tirade but she picked up senior Congress leader Digvijaya Singh, whom she called a “BJP agent who is opposed” to any tie-up between the two […]


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Foreign Policy of India Comes of Age under Modi: New Approach Focuses on Economic Benefits

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Spread the love           The Modi government certainly has not altogether reversed the path of the foreign policy followed in previous decades, as it is neither feasible nor desirable. No country’s foreign policy can be partisan, and there can never be a tectonic shift when governments change. It is a continuum, at best modifying the path followed […]


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Diplomatic Struggle of India against Racial Apartheid[1] in South Africa and its Contemporary Hypocrisy on Human Rights

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Spread the love           India since its Independence until the 1970s has played a central role in mobilising third world countries on the issue of Self-determination and racial equality. Amit, our Editor-at-Large (Europe) critically analyses India’s diplomatic move employing ‘human rights’ in United Nations General Assembly to counter racial discrimination in South Africa[2]. Along with discussing a […]


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Cambridge Analytica, Rahul Gandhi on Social Media, NaMo App and Psychographics: The Debate Thickens

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Spread the love            In the wake of the statement made by Ravi Shanker Prasad on data leak by Facebook, it is worth debating – where does psychographics take us? Is data privacy such a serious issue? It is indeed a crucial question ahead of 2019 Lok Sabha elections where social media is going to be […]


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Who is Slamming Education and Suppressing Counter-Narrative?

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Spread the love            A healthy debate is a rarity among the present generation. The sole reason is that a debate requires two sets of people with two different mindsets but with a common aim of development. Kabir questions the lack of healthy debate, exclusively for Different Truths. Pity the nation that raises not its voice, […]


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Solar Electric Vehicles may soon be a Reality: New Technology Could Make E-Vehicles Outdated

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Spread the love           Technology overtakes faster lately and even before electric vehicles become popular and common, especially in countries like India, solar vehicles may come sooner and in no time all e-rickshaws and e-autos could be converted into solar ones. A report, for Different Truths.  As global solar power generation touched 100 GW, of which nearly […]


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Global Arms Producers are Not Interested to Make in India: World Dealers Make More by Exporting to India

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Spread the love           India is the world’s largest arms importer. And, it may remain so for many years to come. Why should an arms manufacturer-exporter expand its production base to India to spend more, earn less and subject itself to the plethora of local rules, regulations, and inspections? Here’s a report, for Different Truths.  There is […]


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39 Returning in Boxes Dash Hopes of Their Families: Confirmation Made Possible by ISIS Rout of Mosul

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Spread the love           That truth is that ISIS was cleared from Mosul only towards the end of 2017, and only after then could a search be carried out by the Iraqi authorities. Sushma Swaraj had met the families of the 39 in 2015. Last year, she told Parliament she would still not make a categorical statement […]


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