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Tales from Srimad Bhagavatam: Vrindavan Longs for Krishna – LXXXIV

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Spread the love            Nilanjana recounts the tale of Vrindavan’s longing for Krishna, in the weekly column, exclusively for Different Truths. Parikshit said, “So Krishna was now busy in his new role?” Sukha sighed, “Yes, the cosmic consciousness took the human form for a purpose. But then he never forgot his dear ones at Vrindavan. Krishna […]


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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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Caught amidst Fierce Rain in Chail

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Spread the love           With lightning flashes and thunder in the background taking shelter under the trees didn’t seem advisable. Anyway, we were reluctant to leave the track and enter the dark woods. The track was fast turning into slush making running impossible. We made our way as fast as possible occasionally slipping and soaked up to […]


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Fiscal Federalism Yes, But No Tangible Results: Danger of Vacuum in Planning Process

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Spread the love           A major decision of Modi as Prime Minister was to dismantle the 65-year old and well-oiled institution of Planning Commission and replace it with Niti Aayog, through an executive order. A major reason for this action was to provide more fiscal autonomy to states and to decentralise developmental activities. Three years down the […]


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Manmohan Singh was a Real Reformer with Innovative Policies

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Spread the love           Manmohan Singh enlivened the service sector by ceding several tax concessions. Software companies sprang up, placing the country a pivot for global software exports. Notwithstanding Modi’s slow pace in economic reforms, India emerged globally a competitive destination for doing business. A report, for Different Truths.   Prime Minister Narendra Modi is not a radical […]


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Repo Rate Hike a Waste of Breath: RBI Could Have Adopted Less Cautionary Approach

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Spread the love           The RBI Governor conveyed the picture of a robust Indian economy, surging ahead fast, with little spare capacity and demand rising on the back of bumper crop last season. All that good run in India was happening against the backdrop of an uncertain global economy, runaway oil prices and US Federal Reserve pursuing […]


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Gossip, Rumour and Test-Tube Sita: Guessing Game over Pranab Da or Mamata Di

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Spread the love           There’s no limit to the cycle of birth and rebirth; to rumour and gossip. Mamata Didi’s post-mortem of the BJP in Purulia after leaving to the vultures the carcass of the Left Front; Rahul Gandhi’s consignment of the judiciary to Pakistan’s galli-mohalla after finding the Congress relegated to the second spot in Karnataka; Mayawati’s promise […]


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It is High Time NDA Addressed Core Economic Issues

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Spread the love           Though there is not much of a difference between a dynasty and a single-party supreme leader in terms of his or her writ being run unquestioned, the fact remains that a voluble democracy like ours always throws up puzzling results at the hustings whenever people feel short-changed or betrayed by leaders who promised […]


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Why is Rahul Gandhi Finally Adopting Mamata Model for 2019 Poll?

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Spread the love           The Congress President Rahul Gandhi has been acting as the unifier of the anti-BJP forces giving up the arrogance associated with the grand old party that it is the natural party of governance. Karnataka assembly elections results set the process and frankly speaking, the emergence of the BJP as the single largest party […]


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By-Poll Results Give Big Boost to Opposition Unity

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Spread the love           It is now obvious that a united opposition can defeat the BJP. As much is clear from the Kairana and Noorpur by-election results which are a continuation of the anti-BJP trends noted earlier in Gorakhpur and Phulpur. These outcomes are of particular interest because they pertain to U.P. where the BJP won 71 […]


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