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Niti Central was launched in August of 2012 to challenge the mainstream media by providing an alternate, Right of Center, perspective. Under the editorial leadership of Kanchan Gupta, between August 2012 and May 2014, Niti Central played a critical role in shaping the political narrative in the run up to the 2014 Lok Sabha elections.

Our Mission at Niti Central continues as India begins a new chapter after the historic 2014 Lok Sabha elections.

We remain committed to our Mission of offering a bold perspective through our News Analysis and Op-Ed Commentary.  We will do so with a firm focus on ideas and solutions to Transform India through our advocacy of Limited Government, Economic Freedom and the Indian National Interest. We will aspire to become the voice of the Neo-Middle Class becoming their platform of choice for expressing their hopes and aspirations. We will be unapologetic in our advocacy of the Indian National Interest as we seek to explain this new and emerging India to a global audience through our expanded International Coverage.

We will continuously innovate to connect with you through new digital formats and rich experience and interfaces to emerge as India’s top Digital Platform for “Bold & Right” Views and Commentary.

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  • JG Kadvekar

    One of the delights of Niti Central was its bold front page: the bold titles beneath the wide photograph. One felt that he people running Niti Central had understood what a popular newspaper ought to look like. The bold title-and photograph was an ensign, and it was Niti Central’s most powerful features, daily putting the Congress’s maleadministration and monstrous dishonesty in front of our eyes. Now it looks slightly deplumed, and indistinguishable from the others. A drab appearance often leads to drab ideas.

  • Naaraayan AR

    Hey Folks, In this pursuit i would like to add a recommendation. Considering that there are thousands of folks who maintain their own blogs and hence lose connectivity beyond their small circle, why can”t you folks add a tab for “User Articles” that are bold and right ? Probably 2 different articles from a wider range of audience everyday ? The idea being, people will not only find a common platform to share their views but will also come across more folks in the “Bold and Right” category. Thus, more authors and audience and multiple points from real people – something which the paid MSM does not allow.
    Something for you folks to think about :)

  • Naaraayan AR

    Hey Folks, In this pursuit i would like to add a recommendation. Considering that there are thousands of folks who maintain their own blogs and hence lose connectivity beyond their small circle, why can’t you folks add a tab for “User Articles” that are bold and right ? Probably 2 different articles from a wider range of audience everyday ? The idea being, people will not only find a common platform to share their views but will also come across more folks in the “Bold and Right” category. Thus, more authors and audience and multiple points from real people – something which the paid MSM does not allow.
    Something for you folks to think about :)

  • Ashok M Vaishnav

    I salute the spirit.

  • Hari Haran

    The new format is LOUSY AND NOT AT ALL “USER FRIENDLY”. Whoever designed it has goofed up big time. Pls. either revert to old format or go along like popular International news paper.

  • Subash

    Congress leaders in MP paying for news articles in local Hindi papers !! http://ibnlive.in.com/news/election-officer-finds-seven-cases-of-paid-news-in-raigarh/432807-80-259.html

  • Sushant

    Yes, we like you all, the team of Niti central, the way you are. Thanks for the bold, right and honest news.

  • Rishikesh

    I hope to see Niti Central news channel someday. There is a market for a right of the centre news channel. Hopefully two channels should be shutting down soon after withdrawal of Government patronage and can be purchased by Niti Central.

  • M Khalid Aftab, Hindustan Times, Agra

    Great… If the things are really right along with true spirit… I want to become a part..

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1128579907 Rahul Anand

    When i clicked ‘about us’ tab I expected the details of promoters of this site and how are you people getting funded. Unfortunately here also i found the same Blah as in your front page. It is easy to allege people as you did to AAP and Tehelka about their weak links. just writing bold articles about less powerful people and party is not true journalism. Try exposing how congress and BJP gets fund and how Ambanies manage government to make profits.

  • V

    What right do people like Arnab Goswami have to point fingers at Shoma Chowdhary and Tarun Tejpal??!!

    Take a look at Mr Goswami’s track record when it comes to handling sexual harassment cases in his own organisation Caravan magazine reported this case (see below.) in it’s December 2012 Issue; however, it lists only one instance of the harassment; anybody who was at the TIMES NOW News Desk at the time knows that this abuse extended over a period of several weeks and months. It was not an isolated instance.

    The perpetrator happens to be Arnab Goswami’s best friend from his school days, so no surprise that the complaint was quickly hushed up. No Visakha guidelines were followed, no committee, no investigation, no penance, no laceration, no mail to the proles, no NOTHING. Arnab Goswami treated the case so INTERNALLY that he himself played the prosecutor, judge and defense… and openly sided with the perpetrator. The complainant was mercilessly targeted in the aftermath of her complaint and the HR department simply stood by meekly, quaking in it’s shoes. The Anchor was forced to resign, and the perpetrator has gone on to become one of the Troika that runs that Gulag called TIMES NOW. An interesting contrast to this is how Mr Goswami dealt with a case involving a production department person who was accused of sexual harassment (The year was 2005, and a single sms was all it took!) and was dismissed summarily.

    Here’s an open challenge to TIMES NOW: make your (Vishaka) Committee reports public on both these cases.

    http://www.caravanmagazine.in/reportage/fast-and-furious?page=0,10

    “Interviews with dozens of present and former staff revealed that the management was of little help. One CEO, Sunil Lulla, was described by the former bureau chief as “a rubber stamp”. When Hector Kenneth, who manages the channel’s desk now, called a female anchor a “cunt”—according to several witnesses—Crasta encouraged the anchor to lodge an official complaint. That very day, Goswami announced loudly, “Every employee should strive to be like Hector.” The output editor said, “Arnab picked holes in her anchoring… it was quite clear that since she had complained and taken the whole thing to HR, she was targeted after that.” The anchor resigned, and now works with another network. Chintamani Rao, the CEO who replaced Lulla, and Crasta spoke to Goswami, the person in human resources said. “He seemed ashamed in hindsight. He agreed that what he did was wrong.”

  • Ashok

    best web site for good news in recent time :)

  • Shekhar Naik

    Would be interesting to read an article on battery of attorneys defending Tarun Tejpal in Goa.

  • Mohan M Gobal

    An open letter to Mr. Narendra Nodi.

    Dear Sir,

    India, the largest democracy in the world, is,
    unfortunately, grossly illiterate in its politics. We exist in the middle of
    mayhem in our governance, aware that change is warranted, yet completely
    clueless to where to start. More and more people in the middle class of society
    have begun to demand for human security, dignity and their rights as citizens.

    I had the opportunity to meet some of the young
    professionals, college students and sections of the middle class society who
    are the backbone of this nation. They all feel cheated for the efforts that they
    have put in have not been rewarded properly by the provision of a better
    standard of living but on the other hand it’s every day is a struggle to support
    their family with fixed incomes and increasing prices of the essentials.

    The majority of the middle class people having lost out in
    the educational system in India wanted to send their children abroad for higher
    studies and for better employment prospects. Though 70% of Indians live in
    villages, 30% who live in the urban areas, mold public opinion and influence
    policies, and has a different perception about candidates/parties to vote for. The
    views of the voters in the rural areas are so different, being concerned more about
    the local issues. The voting pattern in the rural areas therefore is a mixed
    one, the corruption, lack of good governance and economic down trend have only
    a marginal impact.

    Let us a take look at
    what some of the eminent economists and experts feel about the current state of
    affairs of our country. Many around the world fear that we have lost the
    capacity to think afresh, are increasingly losing sight of the big picture, and
    have no clue about how to turn things around by renovating the edifice of
    governance. In a competitive world, any opinion on a country’s performance has
    to be relative. India may be doing reasonably well compared to its own
    performance till, say, the 1980s. But compared to powerhouses like China,
    Brazil or the busy economies of East Asia, India is laggard. It seems to lack
    the energy, or the will, to reinvent itself. At one point of time fast growth
    accelerated the allotment of natural resources and spectrum to business cronies,
    with brazen kick backs these misdeeds were exposed by the media there was huge
    back lash from the public and Anna Hazare initiated a mass movement against
    rampant corruption resulting in the demand for Lokpal. The bureaucrats at the
    lowest esteem refuse to take timely decisions resulting in standstill of
    government functioning. The CAD, ballooned reaching 4.6 % of GDP in addition to
    this the rating agencies were on the verge of giving junk status. This caused a
    big investment slowdown that reduced the supply of goods and fuelled inflation.

    Rs.150,000 crore worth of government infrastructure projects
    are held up for the want of various clearances from too many ministries and we
    don’t have data to demonstrate how this
    impacts on jobs , poverty, or economic growth. Though we need for
    regulations on labour , the environment and on land acquisition, we also need deep reforms, which must be
    guided by qualitative estimates of costs and benefits.

    The economic growth collapsed from 9.3% in 2010-11 to just 5%
    last year because India’s institutions have been unable to cope with the
    consequences of fast growth. Now it is even worse is around 4.8 %.

    The recent reports in section of the press suggest that the
    Tamil Nadu BJP unit may initiate dialogues with DMK and other regional parties
    for an electoral alliance for the ensuing 2014 parliamentary elections. Though
    DMK stands benefit in aligning with BJP, your party may not enjoy the goodwill
    of the people of Tamil Nadu. Karunanidhi may even offer 20 to 25 seats to
    wriggle out of the major scams his family members and party men are involved in.
    But in turn BJP may get only 2 to 3 seats and the goodwill enjoyed by BJP under
    your leadership will suffer.

    With a large presence of the Karunanidhi’s family members
    both in the central government and state government has led to the issue of
    political nepotism. Two of the family members, Kanimozi and Dayanidhi Maran
    have been charged by the CBI or their
    alleged involvement in the2G spectrum scam, listed by Time magazine in second spot
    on their “Top 10 Abuses of Power” list (just behind theWatergate
    Scandal). Dyanidhi Maran authorizing BSNL to install illegal telephone exchange
    in favor of Sun TV Net Work which caused Rs.400 crore losses to BSNL is also
    under the scanner of the CBI. Recent investigations reveal that additional 40
    lines were connected to Maran’s residence when he was telecom minister. The fourth generation of the family is accused
    of using political clout in their favor in the Tamil cinema industry. When the
    whole country is agog with the AAP’s performance in the recent Delhi elections,
    it would be unwise to have any truck with party like the DMK.

    The AIDMK on the other hand is much more substantial and may
    be in a position to garner 33 to 35 seats. I am not suggesting an immediate
    electoral alliance with AIDMK, but post elections an alliance may be
    advantageous to both the parties.

    Indian people believe that a strong leader like you will
    provide good governance and take the country forward. Eminent economists in
    India and abroad are eagerly waiting to offer their services to make India an
    economic super power house. No doubt that there will be bold reform measures
    which will influence the international investors, who have been hither to
    hesitant to invest in India, to show renewed interest to invest in Indian
    business, manufacturing and infrastructure projects. Once the economy is
    revived and if poverty is eliminated, employment, education and, good health
    are provided secularism will be a non issue.

    At this juncture what India needs from a strong leader like
    you is good governance and to effectively implement various much needed
    economic and social reforms to put India on the right track for higher growth and
    the people are just not interested in political snagging.

    With warm regards,

  • mohan mgobal

    The AAP’s New Year freebies for Delhi people.

    In Tamil Nadu Karunanidhi, DMK President promised a color TV for every
    household provided he is voted to power and accordingly he has honored his
    commitment. Akilesh Yadav also in a similar fashion distributed laptops to
    students in UP, on both counts the expenditure were borne by the respective
    governments.

    The AAP leader is no different from these people also promised freebies to
    the voters that he will reduce the power tariff by 50% and free supply of water
    to residents of Delhi if he is voted to power. Kajeriwal, the crusader of anti
    corruption has bribed the voters for getting his party candidates elected. By
    subsiding the electricity charges and water supply it is a huge financial
    burden for the exchequer and Kajriwal’s claim that he has fulfilled the promise
    is not acceptable especially in the economic sense. The CAG to audit the power companies
    are to be viewed in the context that how the private companies could come under
    the purview of the CAG audit norms. It will be difficult for the CAG to audit
    these power companies, if they choose to approach the court for staying the
    audit.

    Didn’t the AAP consider this policy decision for a referendum, where the
    taxpayers money is swirled as subsidies?

    Provoking the Congress time and again will make the Congress to withdraw its
    support to the AAP, which will help the AAP wriggle out the problems it has to
    face in fulfilling the promises it had made at the time of election. This will assist
    the AAP to pursue its national ambition without demonstrating its capabilities
    in governance. This is evident by Bhushan visiting Tamil Nadu and Kerala to
    expand the AAP’s activities. The other leader Kumar wants to contest in the
    forthcoming parliamentary election against Raghul Gandhi, which ever
    constituency he chooses to stand. This the AAP leader’s publicity gimmick by
    targeting Rahul Gandhi where the AAP could have fielded an ordinary candidate
    belonging to the constituency, if they are sure of people support for the
    party.

    Arrogance, lack of political ideology, calling every other political party
    corrupt and posing the AAP is the only most honest, are the points to be viewed
    seriously and only after succeeding in Delhi the AAP should be given proper credit.

    It is up to the BJP to see that the AAP continues in office for at least
    another six months to ascertain its capabilities in running the
    government.

  • mohan mgobal

    AAP’s promises were only to gather votes, without economic sense.

    Other state governments also want to follow the AAP’s populist program
    reducing power tariffs. Where ever the power tariffs are slashed, the
    respective state electricity boards are the worst performing ones. Tamil Nadu,
    Uttar Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh and Punjab electricity boards are with highest
    accumulated losses, due to the huge subsidies provided for domestic and
    agricultural farmers, partially offset by higher rates on power for industrial
    and commercial users, which ultimately borne by the people by paying higher
    prices for the necessities.

    In 2011, domestic tariff for 500 units is at Rs. 1330 bimonthly. Rs.1600 for
    400 units in UP, Rs.1760 in AP, and Rs. 1030 for 300 units in Punjab. New Delhi
    was at Rs.1830 for 400 and above.

    Tamil Nadu state government paid part amount of Rs.12000 crore to the electricity
    board in 2011-12, to make good of Rs.54000 crore accumulated losses. Similarly
    other state governments also have huge accumulated losses. These state
    governments have signed agreement with the Centre, for economic restructuring and
    also agreed to increase their tariff every year.

    According to economist D.K. Srivasata this may be harmful to Delhi “if the
    AAP follow the policy by giving subsided power”

    inputs Times

  • Utkarsh

    This is not a media house.. right?

  • mohan mgobal

    Kejriwal good on promises that were never meant to be executed.

    AAP’s Kejriwal once confident of Anna floated the AAP shrewdly cashing
    on the popularity gained by Anna’s movement and also exploiting the Delhi
    residents’ anger against the Congress to his advantage. Fielding his candidates
    in the Delhi Assembly election, vigorously campaigning against the Congress and
    the BJP for their corrupt practices and promising complete eradication of
    corruption along with 18 point program (promises) won 28 seats. With his common
    man’s appearance caught every middle class imagination of their true
    representative becoming the Chief Minister.

    After the assembly elections, there was a fractured mandate, Kejriwal said that he will never support nor
    seek support from the congress or the BJP. He went to an extent swore on his
    children that he will not take the support of the Congress to form the
    government. But he went back on his word and formed the government. Quickly he
    announced free water up to 700 lts and 50% tariff cut in electricity charges,
    without considering whether the subsidies given would reach the designated
    beneficiaries and cause an immense loss to the exchequer.

    Kejriwal promised that he will continue to live in his present residence
    and subsequently chose for posh flats, which he has to turn down due to public
    outcry. The ministers who came in public transport on the day when the AAP has
    to prove its majority, the second day onwards started travelling in SUVs.

    As promised the AAP did not take any action on Shiela Dixit and her
    colleagues for the corruption charges levied against them while they were in
    power. The reason may be due to an agreement reached with the Congress that
    they will not dig in to the corruption charges and in turn the Congress headed
    central government will not inquire about the foreign funding charges against
    the AAP.

    The congress and the AAP have now teamed up for the Lok Shaba elections
    with the sole intention of ruining the scenes of the BJP coming to power. With
    the backing of the Congress the AAP announced its intention to participate in
    ensuing parliamentary elections, nationwide. Even though the dates for the
    elections have not been announced the AAP has started inviting applications from
    party members to finalize the final list of nominees. The AAP so far has not
    identified the constituencies but it will do so on the basis of the
    applications received from the aspiring candidates. This is totally in contrast
    to the normal routine of identifying constituencies first and then calling for
    applications from the candidates.

    Post elections the Congress and the AAP will have an understanding to
    form the government along with the Congress allies like Lalu Prasd Yadav.

    As Sonia Gandhi advised her son at the time when Raghul Gandhi was
    elected as vice president of the Congress party that “power is like poison” it
    has come true by the AAP aligning with the Congress. Therefore there is a
    distinct possibility of the Congress comes to power (UPA III) with the help of
    the AAP and people like Lalu Prasd Yadav.

  • Patriotic Indian

    Finally a great website for nationalist people. One suggestion, can you have the breaking news flash on the top rather than at the bottom. Also as the traffic grows can we have news for sections for the World, India and in India states/city.

    Launching a TV channel in Hindi & English will be the ultimate dream come true. All the other biased channels will soon be up for sale.

  • Patriotic Indian

    Another suggestion, I never really looked below the Hindi news section thinking that’s were the english news ended. Can the Hindi section be on a seperate tab for people who want news in Hindi. The english news can be on one page. That way we don’t have to mix the two on the same page.

  • mohan mgobal

    The AAP senior leader contesting against Rahul Gandhi is a
    political gimmick a diversionary tactic to hide its failures in Delhi.

    The AAP’s Kumar Vihwas has decided to challenge Raghul
    Gandhi, in Amethi in the ensuing Lok Sabha elections. Apart from eradicating
    corruption and giving freebies to the voters, the policies of the AAP are to
    targeting political parties’ leaders to get cheap publicity. By opposing Rahul
    Gandhi a leader of national political party by the AAP is only diversionary
    tactics to cover up their failures and get cheap publicity. His speeches were
    intended to provoke the Congress, so that they may withdraw the support given to
    the AAP. This may allow the AAP to wriggle out the situation where they find it
    difficult to run the government the way they have promised to the Delhi
    people.

    The AAP haven’t yet fulfilled the promises made to the Delhi people on various issues and still struggling to get settled down in office is now launching nationwide campaign for contesting in the Lok Sabha elections with an eye on formation of
    government at the centre. Except eradication of corruption and removing red
    beacon from government cars, the AAP doesn’t have any political ideology. Free
    water and cut in the electricity charges are in the nature of freebees, where
    the AAP at the first count should have negotiated with the power companies for
    reduction in power tariffs.

    The infighting in Tamil Nadu has brought to light that the segment of the party functionaries getting substantial funding from foreign agencies and also not maintaining proper accounts over the party funds
    .
    Recently some high profile joined the AAP with vested interest as one person
    has huge bank liability and another to counter his former colleague’s rising
    popularity among the voting public.

    Recently Times of India carried some articles advising the
    AAP on governance etc.”Use Wiki ways to improve accountability” by Swamanithan
    Iyer “How to win allies and offer a stable government” by M.J. Akbar and “Get
    the priorities right, India first, AAP second” by Chetan Bhagat. These articles
    will definitely help the AAP to introspect whether they are seriously in the
    political arena to serve the people or they have been thrust upon with more
    than what they can chew.

  • mohan mgobal

    The secret deals.

    The AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal stood against Shiela Dixit in
    the Delhi assembly election and won by a sizable margin of votes, on the
    promises made to the Delhi people that if his party comes to power the CWG
    scam, and all other scams will be probed in tow, the guilty will be punished.
    Till now the AAP government hasn’t taken any steps to examine the matter. This
    may be due to an understanding between the AAP and the Congress for the support
    the Congress rendered to the AAP in forming the government.

    The AAP which has gained popularity on its campaign against corruption now stands exposed for allying with the corrupt Congress. Now it will be interesting to see how the stage managed show by Kumar Viswas challenging Raghul Gandhi in the parliamentary election in Amethi will be conducted.

    • Javed

      Sir, would like to see your recent views on this topic.

  • lost in hope

    I day will not pass without reading news on niticentral, i have an alternative to MSM i.e niticentral but when I switch on TV to watch news :( i dont have niticentral :(:(..
    It would be great if there is TV news channel …NitiTV :)

  • mohan mgobal

    Chief Minister of Delhi wants to disrupt the Republic Day
    celebrations to protect uncivilized, the criminal Law Minister is anti-national
    should be removed from the office he holds and jailed.

    This is a worst day in the history of India after independence,
    kejriwal who cannot govern, desperately wanted to wriggle out of this situation
    by creating law and problem. Kejriwal the reincarnation of “Mohammad Bin
    Tughlug” has disbanded Janata Darbar, but continues with Tughlug Darbar in
    Railway Bhavan.

  • NRIndian

    DNA Newspaper of Mumbai reports that Jairam Ramesh and Priyanka Gandhi prompted behind the cameras during RaGa interview. If true, isn’t this journalistic dishonesty on the part of Arnab Goswami of TimesNow?

  • mohan mgobal

    Kejriwal on rampage after Delhi, now nationally.

    Kejriwal naming indiscriminately various political party leaders as corrupt without concrete proof is merely to produce confusion among the voters and the AAP pretending to be the only honest party formed to cleanse the Indian politics wanted exploits the people’s frustration over the issue of corruption for garnering votes.

    A newly formed party wanted to field as many as 350 candidates in the ensuing Lok Sabha elections is a major exercise in choosing right candidates, all over the country. The party in most of the places does not have the necessary infrastructure for this purpose and it is quite evident that the only agenda for this party gain power by any means.

  • mohan mgobal

    Narendra Modi has called “recounting minister” since people
    in Tamil Nadu refer Chidambaram by that title. It is not the official
    recounting that was meant, but the recount that took place immediately after the
    official counting. If the official recounting would have taken place the
    minister would have lost the election. Therefore, it is just not a fake encounter.

  • mohan mgobal

    The corrupt Congress is so mean, spit venom on Modi when the
    US ambassador wants to meet the Gujarat chief minister raking up 2002 riots. The
    Congress is so jealous and spread hatred towards a national leader of India is
    worse than communal ism. The foreign affairs minister Salman Khurshid speaking
    against Modi in a bid to thwart US attempt to build a cordial relationship with
    the Prime Ministerial candidate of the BJP illustrates that the minister is not
    acting in the interest of the country. By prohibiting US not to deal with a
    citizen of India is highly condemnable and Salman Khurshid has no moral right
    to remain as a minister. Of course you cannot expect any decent behavior from a
    person who was alleged siphoning money from a trust.

  • mohan mgobal

    The Solicitor General had given an opinion that the government can reject the sole name mooted for the top CBI post given by the Selection Committee. The SG maintained that section 4C of the CVC Act envisaged recommendation of a panel of Officers, from which the government shall pass orders of appointment as it thinks fit.

    The government could have written to the CVC about their reservations about the name suggested by the CVC and asked for an alternative. Ignoring the CVC recommendations, and by appointing their choice of officer only proves that the Congress wants to control the CBI for burying the scams that were exposed and the scams to be discovered.

    After, all when a Congress loyalist is there as Solicitor General, it can get any numbers of opinions suiting their requirements.

  • mohan mgobal

    The Solicitor General had given an opinion that the government can reject the sole name mooted for the top CBI post given by the Selection Committee. The SG maintained that section 4C of the CVC Act envisaged recommendation of a panel of Officers, from which the government shall pass orders of appointment as it thinks fit.

    The government could have written to the CVC about their reservations about the name suggested by the CVC and asked for an alternative. Ignoring the CVC recommendations, and by appointing their choice of officer only proves that the Congress wants to control the CBI for burying the scams that were exposed and the scams to be discovered.

    After, all when a Congress loyalist is there as Solicitor General, it can get any numbers of opinions suiting their requirements.

  • lost in hope

    whole of MSM is controlled, sponsored & monitored by cong this portal is far better, only thing I see is here in not BJP news but more of NaMo news…. . NaMO wave is here .. for gud

  • Hanuma Prasadu M

    ONE & ONLY REAL MAHATHMA IS ” Mahathma JYOTIBA PHULE”, remaining are fake.

  • mohan mgobal

    As the Lok Sabna elections coming closer to the secret deals are slowly unfolding, the Congress and the AAP shifting from their original stand against communalism to anti corruption plank and vice versa respectively. Only agenda being defeat Modi. Kejriwal probably made peace with Raghul Gandhi and the Congress to oppose Modi with an understanding that they will support each other for power to the AAP and not to rake up the corruption charges against the Congress. It is only fair that both the parties should disclose the identity of the persons who brokered this deal.

  • mohan mgobal

    The recent reports in section of the press suggest that the Tamil Nadu BJP unit may initiate dialogues with DMK and other regional parties for an electoral alliance for the ensuing 2014 parliamentary elections. Though DMK stands benefit in aligning with BJP, your party may not enjoy the goodwill of the people of Tamil Nadu. Karunanidhi may even offer 20 to 25 seats to wriggle out of the major scams his family members and party men are involved in. But in turn BJP may get only 2 to 3 seats and the goodwill enjoyed by BJP under Modi’s leadership will suffer.

    With a large presence of the Karunanidhi’s family members both in the central government and state government has led to the issue of political nepotism. Two of the family members, Kanimozi and Dayanidhi Maran have been charged by the CBI or their alleged involvement in the2G spectrum scam, listed by Time magazine in second spot on their “Top 10 Abuses of Power” list (just behind theWatergate
    Scandal). Dyanidhi Maran authorizing BSNL to install illegal telephone exchange
    in favor of Sun TV Net Work which caused Rs.400 crore losses to BSNL is also
    under the scanner of the CBI. Recent investigations reveal that additional 40
    lines were connected to Maran’s residence when he was telecom minister. The fourth generation of the family is accused of using political clout in their favor in the Tamil cinema industry.

    At this juncture what India needs a strong leader like Modi for good governance and to effectively implement various much needed economic and social reforms to put India on the right track for higher growth and the people are just not interested in political snagging but a corrupt free government.

  • mhndv

    IF THIS CAN BE TAKEN TO SOMEWHERE ON MAIN BOARD OF NITI CENTRAL

    Since two days TV channels have politicized slogan ‘Har Har Modi………’ after Sankracharya Swarupanand raised an issue. But there is need to have a second thought and ponder on the following. Anyway BJP has shown respect to the sentiments of religious gurus and withdrawn it.

    Har har Mahadev = ‘Har koi Mahadev”

    Which means that every one is capable of being a Mahadev with the right actions as God resides every person.

    -He is ‘hara’ because, ‘har’ is the root word for destruction.

    -He carries away or destroys the samsAra or the sins of man. -He carries away the sins of even evil-minded people.

    -He is prepared to crucify himself for atone

    ment of
    man’s sins.
    -He is prepared to go through several years
    of life of penance in a forest in order to show to mankind how living up
    to Truth and Promise is most important.
    -He revels in the great knowledge of the Atman, ignoring all trifles; hence HE is ‘Maha-deva’, the Great Shining Glory

    Har Har Mahadev as Every man is a Mahadev or the valour of Sati who fights his own battles

    Har is to remove, to destroy, to eliminate your fear…..

    I am devout Hindu but I pray no Talibani fervour overtakes me.

  • Cherian Kudilil Philip

    Voting Modi by watching ads of Gujarat development is like buying AXE deodorant and expecting sexy girls to be attracted to you…

  • Vikas Yadav

    Sir a sincere request. Its time NitiCentral becomes the largest Indian Web Portal. Its time you overtake all TOI,FirstPost, all MSM sponsored websites etc. Its time you increase the content, create high quality content, compete and destroy the likes of TOI and Firstpost which serve as propaganda sites for leftist brigade. I sincerely hope you become number one soon. Pls increase the content so that more people follow you on regular basis.

  • Nitin Verghese

    And writing this BS proves you are from e-nrega camp

  • Dinesh Rewari

    Be practical, visit Gujarat to witness changes happened at grassroot levels.

  • Sameer

    AArvind kejriwal is the only man fighting against the corrupt congress and bjp. He has won the hearts of millions of Indians all over India and abroad. Both congress and bjp are playing dirty politics and media is supporting them shamelessly. People have now subscribed to the fb pages of Arvind kejriwal and Aam aadmi party to know the other side of the story. They have installed Apps of the party in their mobile phones to know the truth. People do not want corrupt and criminal people to enter the parliement and rule our country……

  • Sameer

    AArvind kejriwal is the only man fighting against the corrupt congress and bjp. He has won the hearts of millions of Indians all over India and abroad. Both congress and bjp are playing dirty politics and media is supporting them shamelessly. People have now subscribed to the fb pages of Arvind kejriwal and Aam aadmi party to know the other side of the story. They have installed Apps of the party in their mobile phones to know the truth. People do not want corrupt and criminal people to enter the parliement and rule our country……

  • Gourav Jain

    Sir, you say that you are bold and right. Then why is your news and articles either Pro Modi or Anti Everyone?

    Where were you guys when Delhi HC found BJP and Congress guilty of taking foreign funding? Where were you guys when a sting op showed how parties are paying and placing dummy candidates to defeat opponents by creating confusion?

    If you can’t be neutral then please don’t use the words bold and right for yourself. It puts the entire journalism and journalists to a shame for just a few people like you.

    Why not boldly declare that this site is just to polish the Modi image and is Pro Modi. I don’t have problem with Modi but I do have problem with fake journalists and journalism.

  • HarishNayak

    There is nothing left other than Modi now.

  • HarishNayak

    kejri is dummy of CONgress to divide BJP vote, unfortunately he is eating into CONgress vote, so they cleverly withdrawing in many constituencies.

  • Zeeko Mendes

    Seems like a PRO-MODI news agency….How much have you been paid to publish all the crap on this site

  • mohan mgobal

    The Congress led by Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi contrary to the fact lie that in 1984 Sikh “riots” are alternately referred to as pogroms or massacres no Congressmen were involved.

    Jagdish Tytler was complaining to his supporters about relatively “small” number of Sikhs killed in his parliamentary constituency Delhi Sadar, which in his opinion had undermined his position in the ruling Indian National Congress party of India.

    After the assassination of Indira Gandhi on 31 October 1984, by two of her Sikh bodyguards, anti-Sikh riots erupted on 1 November 1984, and continued in some areas for days, killing more than 3,000 Sikhs. Sultanpuri, Mangolpuri, Trilokpuri, and other Trans-Yamuna areas of Delhi were the worst affected. Mobs carried iron rods, knives, clubs, and combustible material, including kerosene. The mobs swarmed into Sikh neighborhoods, arbitrarily killing any Sikh men or women they could find. Their shops and houses were ransacked and burned. In other incidents, armed mobs stopped buses and trains, in and around Delhi, pulling out Sikh passengers to be lynched or doused with kerosene and burnt alive. Others were dragged out from their homes and hacked to death with bladed weapons. Such wide-scale violence cannot take place without police help. Delhi Police, whose paramount duty was to upkeep law and order situation and protect innocent lives, gave full help to rioters who were in fact working under able guidance of sycophant leaders like Jagdish Tytler and H K L Bhagat. It is a known fact that many jails, sub-jails and lock-ups were opened for three days and prisoners, for the most part hardened criminals, were provided fullest provisions, means and instruction to “teach the Sikhs a lesson”. But it will be wrong to say that Delhi Police did nothing, for it took full and keen action against Sikhs who tried to defend themselves.

    The Sikhs who opened fire to save their lives and property had to spend months dragging heels in courts afterwards. On 31 October, the crowd around the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, began shouting for vengeance with slogans such as “Blood for blood!” and turned into an unruly mob. At 17:20, President Zail Singh arrived at the hospital and the mob outside stoned his car. The mob began assaulting Sikhs by stopping cars and buses to pull Sikhs out of them and burn their turbans. The violence on 31 October was restricted to the area around the AIIMS and did result in many Sikh deaths.

    People in other parts of Delhi reported their neighborhoods were peaceful. Throughout the night of 31 October and morning of 1 November, Congress leaders met with local supporters to distribute money and weapons. Congress party MP Sajjan Kumar and Trade Union leader Lalit Maken handed out 100 rupee notes and bottles of liquor to assailants. On the morning of 1 November, Sajjan Kumar was seen holding rallies in, at least, the following Delhi neighborhoods; in Palam Colony from 06:30 to 07:00, in Kiran Gardens from 08:00 to 08:30, and in Sultanpuri from around 08:30 to 09:00. In Kiran Gardens at 8:00 AM, Sajjan Kumar was seen distributing iron rods from a parked truck to a group of 120 people and instructing them to “attack Sikhs, kill them, and loot and burn their properties”. At an undefined time in the morning of 1 November, Sajjan Kumar led a mob of people along the Palam Railway main road to the Mangolpuri neighbourhood where the crowd answered his calls with chants of “Kill the Sardars” and “Indira Gandhi is our mother and these people have killed her”.

    In Sultanpuri, Moti Singh, a Sikh who had served in the Congress party for 20 years heard Sajjan Kumar give the following speech: Whoever kills the sons of the snakes, I will reward them. Whoever kills Roshan Singh and Bagh Singh will get 5,000 rupees each and 1,000 rupees each for killing any other Sikhs. You can collect these prizes on November 3 from my personal assistant Jai Chand Jamadar. The CBI recently told to the court that during the riot Sajjan Kumar had said that “not a single Sikh should survive”. It also said that Delhi police kept its “eyes closed” during the riot as it was pre-planned. In the neighbourhood of Shakarpur, Congress (I) leader Shyam Tyagi’s home was used as a meeting place for an undefined number of people. H.K.L. Bhagat, the Minister of Information and Broadcasting distributed money to Boop Tyagi, Shyam Tyagi’s brother, and ordered him to “Keep these two thousand rupees for liquor and do as I have told you…. You need not worry at all. I will look after everything.” During the night of 31 October, Balwan Khokhar, a local Congress (I) party leader who was later implicated in the ensuing massacre, held a meeting at the Ration Shop of Pandit Harkesh in the Palam Colony. At 08:30 on 1 November, Shankar Lal Sharma, an active Congress party supporter, held meetings at his shop where he formed a mob and had the people swear to kill Sikhs. The chief weapon used by the mobs, kerosene was supplied by a group of Congress Party leaders who owned filling stations.

    In Sultanpuri, Brahmanand Gupta, the president of the A-4 block Congress Party distributed oil while Congress Party MP Sajjan Kumar “instructed the crowd to kill Sikhs, and to loot and burn their properties” as he had in other meetings throughout New Delhi. In much the same way, meetings were held in places like Cooperative Colony in Bokaro where P.K. Tripathi, president of the local Congress Party and owner of a gas station in Nara More, provided kerosene to mobs. Aseem Shrivastava, a Masters student at the Delhi School of Economics described the organized nature of the mobs in an affidavit submitted to the Misra Commission: The attack on Sikhs and their property in our locality appeared to be an extremely organized affair..

    There were also some young men on motorcycles, who were instructing the mobs and supplying them with kerosene oil from time to time. On more than a few occasions we saw auto-rickshaw arriving with several tins of kerosene oil and other inflammable material such as jute-sacks. A senior official at the Ministry of Home Affairs informed a journalist, that an arson investigation of several businesses burned in the riots had uncovered an unnamed combustible chemical “whose provision required large-scale coordination”. Eyewitness reports confirmed the use of a combustible chemical besides kerosene.

    The Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee later identified 70 affidavits which cited the use of a highly flammable chemical in its written arguments before the Misra Commission. On 31 October, Congress party officials provided assailants with voters lists, school registration forms, and ration lists. The lists were used to find the location of Sikh homes and business, an otherwise impossible task because they were located in unmarked and diverse neighborhoods.

    On the night of 31 October, the night before the massacres began; assailants used the lists to mark the houses of Sikhs with letter “S”. In addition, because most of the mobs were illiterate, Congress Party officials provided help in reading the lists and leading the mobs to Sikh homes and businesses in the other neighborhoods. By using the lists the mobs were able to pinpoint the locations of Sikhs they otherwise would have missed.

    In some cases, the mobs returned to locations where they knew Sikhs were hiding after consulting their lists. One man, Amar Singh, escaped the initial attack on his house by having a Hindu neighbour drag him into his neighbour’s house and declare him dead. However, a group of 18 assailants later came looking for his body, and when his neighbour replied that others had already taken away the body an assailant showed him a list and replied, “Look, Amar Singh’s name has not been struck off from the list so his dead body has not been taken away.” Sikh men not in their homes were easily identified by their distinctive turban and beard while Sikh women were identified by their dress.

  • Shiva

    I always comment on some of your articles but you people never allow my comments at all which are pro-Hindu & pro- India..does Niticentral have a problem with nationalists? If so , I will stop from visiting your site & also spread the news to all my 10,240 members to stop from visiting your site. It looks like you want anti Nationalists to support you only. Vande Mataram

  • mohan mgobal

    When you go to fruit shop you pick and choose the best available fruit there by you are forced to reject the rotten ones, probably on your next opportunity to visit the shop you may find a fruit better quality. In the In the 2014 Loksabha elections it is a similar to the fruit you have chosen out of the rotten ones. The questions you have raised at least 90% of them have been answered to the satisfaction of the people, hence Modi gets overwhelming support to form the government.

  • mohan mgobal

    UPA appointment of Tamil Nadu police officer as Addl.
    Director CBI, circumventing the mandatory provisions of CVC is widely believed
    to protect Karunanidhi’s family members and some of the Union Ministers
    involved in the 2G scam.

    The following comment was made when the Congress went ahead, appointing the Additional Director without the approval of CVC, on 12th Feb. 2014

    The Solicitor General had given an opinion that the government can reject the sole name mooted for the top CBI post given by the Selection Committee. The SG maintained that section 4C of the CVC Act envisaged recommendation of a panel of Officers, from which the government shall pass orders of appointment as it thinks fit.

    The government could have written to the CVC about their reservations about the name suggested by the CVC and asked for an alternative.Ignoring the CVC recommendations, and by appointing their choice of officer only proves that the Congress wants to control the CBI for burying the scams that were exposed and the scams to be discovered.

    After, all when a Congress loyalist is there as Solicitor General, it can get any numbers of opinions suiting their requirements.

    On 12th Feb.2014, the above comment was made, it is vindicated now the Supreme Court of India on 8th May 2014 passed an order that the appointment of CBI Additional Director was illegal and prohibited the officer in taking charge of such powerful post, mentioning the same point that has been stated in the comment. The Congress usual method of appointing officers loyal to the Sonia Gandhi the CBI director, Solicitor General and so on now been exposed by this court ruling. The Congress by appointing such incompetent officers their intentions of cover up operations of their misdeeds failed miserably.

  • Vote for India!

    When you have all other left wing media all the time abusing Modi, if one came as right wing..it burns you?

  • Anand Rangarej
  • Kanaga Sabapathi

    Congratulations to the niticentral.com team and Shri.Kanchan Gupta. You worked hard to bring out the truth through very good articles. We were compelled to visit your site daily. Your contribution to the 2014 elections leading to the change of Government at the centre deserves appreciation.

    Congratulations to all the columnists, particularly Ms.Sandhya Jain and a few others for special efforts.

    P.Kanagasabapathi, Coimbatore.

  • mohan mgobal

    The former Solicitor General of India in an interview to a national TV, had an
    audacity to state that during the Congress led UPA regime, it was a miracle to
    have come through that period due to the political intervention and pressure.

    The Solicitor General office considered to be a sacred one upholding law and justice in the country..The SG is not a bonded labor when he discovers that he bears
    to execute his duty against the interest of the state, and against his conscience he should have given up at that time itself instead of finishing a full term in office for personal gains. Since the Congress has lost the elections, now accusing them for their interference in the execution of his duty only proves how the state had an opportunist as a legal officer.

    Given below some of the impression given by the SG, indicates how low he stooped to satisfy the Congress.

    Opinion 1
    The Solicitor General of India has presented an
    impression that the Governors can not be interviewed by the CBI, in the Rs.3600
    crore choppers scam, since they have the constitutional immunity.

    The chopper scam was perceived to have considered at the
    time when these gentlemen were in government office and they were not governors
    at that period.

    The SG is not taken to mention the constitutional immunity, rather he should contribute a solution to enable the CBI to question these gentlemen, like allowing them to step down from the position.

    It seems from the impression given by SG it is not the constitutional immunity, but the Congress immunity.

    Opinion 2
    The Solicitor General recently gave an opinion on foreign
    retailers entering India cannot be checked even by the new government that will
    take charge after the elections. The policy decision taken by the Congress
    cannot be matched to a revolving door entry and exit is as per one’s wish.

    One cannot expect an unbiased opinion from the Solicitor General appointed by the Congress party, since he has to be causes to the Congress and support their decision. A bad legislation or reversal can be annulled by the parliament through proper amendment. In the case IBM and Coca Cola these companies were asked to close their shops and driven out. The new Solicitor General may find way out using the revolving door method.

    Opinion 3
    UPA appointment of Tamil Nadu police officer as Addl. Director CBI, circumventing the mandatory provisions of CVC is widely believed to protect Karunanidhi’s family members and some of the Union Ministers involved in the 2G scam.

    The following comment was made when the Congress went ahead, appointing the Additional Director without the approval of CVC, on 12th Feb. 2014

    The Solicitor General had given an opinion that the government can reject the sole name mooted for the top CBI post given by the Selection Committee. The SG maintained that section 4C of the CVC Act envisaged recommendation of a panel of Officers, from which the government shall pass orders of appointment as it thinks fit.

    The government could have written to the CVC about their reservations about the name suggested by the CVC and asked for an alternative.Ignoring the CVC recommendations, and by appointing their choice of officer only proves that the Congress wants to control the CBI for burying the scams that were exposed and the scams to be discovered.

    After, all when a Congress loyalist is there as Solicitor General, it can get any numbers of opinions suiting their requirements.

    On 12th Feb.2014, the above comment was made, it is vindicated now the Supreme Court of India on 8th May 2014 passed an order that the appointment of CBI Additional Director was illegal and prohibited the officer in taking charge of such powerful post, mentioning the same point that has been stated in the comment. The Congress usual method of appointing officers loyal to the Sonia Gandhi the CBI director, Solicitor General and so on now been exposed by this court ruling. The Congress, by appointing such incompetent officers their intentions of cover up operations of their misdeeds failed miserably.

    Opinion 4
    The Solicitor General finally has made his thought after so many months on the FIR filed by the AAP government against Moily and Mukesh Ambani of Reliance, just before Kejriwal resigned as a Chief Minister of Delhi.

    The SG’s opinion is expressed that the FIR lodged was illegal and advised the Central Government to approach the Supreme Court for remedial action. As usual the Congress timed to capture the opinion from ever obliging SG just before the elections, so that it relieves the AAP and the Congress from the embarrassment for not working on the FIR filed.

    This is the role of the secret deal entered by the Congress and the AAP. The Congress may not have control over running the government but has total mastery over the CBI and legal officers of the government such as the SG.

  • mohan mgobal

    The parliament session is barely a week’s time, the government choosing the ordinance route to appoint the Principal Secretary for the government to deal with significant issues without wasting time, for better organization.

    Since the government enjoys an absolute majority in the parliament, the passage the
    proposed amendment will have no hang-ups. Consequently, what conflict it makes
    if the government chooses the ordinance route or through the parliament to
    appoint Principle Secretary to attend urgent policy issues.

    The Congress is trying to break up and stall the government plans in going ahead to institute good governance and acting to fix the economic development.

  • Joseph Christie, Ph.D.

    Niti Central seems to be the poster boy Narendra Modi and won’t publish any criticisms (No FREEDUMB of EMPRESSION) about it , unlike THE HINDU ! Good luck

  • samiam2014

    To most of the people complaining about Niti and its Modi/nationalist bias..Duh!!! It presents a common sense nationalist perspective and is not meant to showcase Left wing propaganda. The Left wing media and Academia have shut out any columnist that dares to write even a paragraph of positive comments on Modi. I would say that Niti is very liberal in posting comments from left wing fringe elements!!

  • Guest

    Dear NitiCentral,
    You are doing a great job but off late, i.e. after election results you seem to have fatigued out and really gone cold and stale as I can observe there is now a trickle of genuine articles, opinions and analyses. For example there has been almost no addition to the articles or even news on your home page. Its the same as last night.
    So, perk up. Cheers!!

  • R Prasad

    You are right, THE HINDU publishes anything and everything against Narendra Modi and Hindus. It allows all FREEDUMBS of EMPRESSION.

  • Raj Sharma

    NitiCentral is fresh, bold and exhaustive, covering the whole Indian landscape. There is no dearth of media houses but here we get the news with a perspective. Reporters do their job painstakingly and sometimes NitiCentral takes lead in breaking news.

  • Karunakaran Yendapally

    NITICENTRAL Central should also start a TV

  • Karunakaran Yendapally

    NITICENTRAL Central should also start a TV channel.

  • Kolla Gangadhar

    News Papers play vital role shaping People as civilized citizens for that news papers must strive to enlighten the People about their rights, duties, expose misrule of Government, scams,scandals, crimes committed by Anti-National Notorious criminals so that People will be awakened to fight for Justice so that country will prosper there will be Prosperity& Peace to the people. Otherwise anarchy will prevail that has been destroying, India, Indians, all Indian Constitutional Institutions since 1997 by Barabaric Bhooj Raj Yadav, Joga Sucharitha of QUASIM RAZVI TERRORISTS Operting from Hyderabad for more than 45 years for that Indians have to fight for second freedom to Liberate India, Indians, from Barbaric Bhooj Raj yadav and his gang of QUASIM RAZVI TERRORISTS.

  • Naren Savani

    Even more important then Niti Central in getting the point of view of the right and the BJP across to the public are the spokes persons they employ to represent them in the media. Especially television. As a sympathiser I would strongly urge you to get rid of Sameet Patra who is frequently being used as a spokesperson. His English is dreadful, he can’t think on his feet and comes across as being confused and shouty. Employ more people of the calibre of Kohli and Mrs Sitaraman who has now become a minister.

  • Raju Bhai Boraniya

    Raju Bhai Boraniya

  • Patriotic Indian

    Totaly. We need a Hindi and English NitiTV. Kanchanji, this nation and it’s people will be highly indebted to you if you can start such a channel.

  • Patriotic Indian

    Niticentral is the best. Unlike some channels who pose to be neutral but have hidden biases and agendas….and relatives in communist parties, congress …you should change your name to One sided Truth Seeker

  • Patriotic Indian

    Kanchanji, Please start a NITITV in Hindi and English….

  • Patriotic Indian

    The Hindu is the poster girl of the Congress and Communists. We feel it’s biased. If you like it then that explains your mindset , good luck to you. Ph.D does not make anyone smart and your are a example of that.

  • Patriotic Indian

    I think this thought reflects that you have no confidence in yourself and have an inherent bias against Modi. The work on the ground speaks for itself. People don’t vote you in as CM 3 times and give 26/26 seats in Gujarat because someone gave them a deodrant. That is an conclusion derived by a derelict.

    What is the point of voting for someone who can attract a sexy girl and yet not perform in bed….if you like that then you can vote for anyone but Modi. Because Modi means performance and sexy girls love men who can perform. Something you don’t seem to have learnt. Sounds like your from the Rahul camp of non performance

  • Patriotic Indian

    Then they would have a well developed stateeven before Modi got there and would not have voted him in 3 times as CM or given him 26/26 seats that no one got so far. Don’t make a mockery of democracy just because you don’t like the facts and results

  • Patriotic Indian

    They are not practical people. These are…now unemployed Congi trolls…with nothing better to do…

  • Patriotic Indian

    What is happening in UP? so many riots, criminals roaming freely committing crimes, massive load shedding and this even after BJP has come to power at the center. Is this our reward for giving you 73 / 80 seats? Send Article 355 and use 356 if needed

    It seems like our BJP govt will follow the rule book and keep watching the innocent Hindu, Sikh, Jains, Buddhists, Muslims being burned. stabbed, looted, raped till next assembly elections. Following some bookish rules has become more important than establishing a rule of law and protecting human lives. Lord Krishna lifted his weapon against Bhishma in the Mahabharat war and was ready to break rules to save lives. BJP could certainly learn a lesson or two from him.

    We would like to ask our honourable Home Minister (who comes from UP), Sir please let us know how many more innocents have to be raped, stabbed, killed, looted, tortured and murdered before you take action against the UP Govt?……Our humble request is that you please arrange to kill us yourselves. That will save us the humiliation of dying at the hand of crooks & criminals. It will give our women a more honorable death. Otherwise It won’t be too long before UP women go back to performing Sati because Govt of the state and now the center is incapable of protecting them.

    If Congress was around and had not needed SP support, the UP Govt would have been dismissed by now. Congress rules with a firm hand (though often manipulative). Our BJP rules with a scared/shaky hand and muted response, trying to please everyone except the people who vote them to power. Just look at the issue of handling the removal of politically appointed Congi Governors. We backed out without a fight.




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