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US finally realises the importance of Narendra Modi

US finally realises the importance of Narendra Modi

Getting wind of the fact that Narendra Modi is very likely going to be the next Prime Minister of the one of the world’s largest democracy, the United States of America has opened a channel for him. It is worth mentioning here that Narendra Modi had rejected such requests three times in last three months,…


Modi is kind but media will never tell you about this

BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate and Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi is under the…


UPA’s heart bleeds for terrorists, not martyrs

Given that the Congress-led UPA raises a high pitch when the politically sensitive issue of…


Lokpal Bill cleared but no guarantees against corruption

The whole country is euphoric about the Lokpal Bill, which finally received green signal from the Parliament and is soon to become a new law. Even I was glued to TV set when the discussion was in full swing to know the fate of the much awaited Bill.…



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Dear Rahul, Congress’s game is up

Rahul Gandhi… naam to suna hoga… Actually, the naam is the only thing most people have heard of the Gandhi family scion. Since deeds, illustrious or otherwise, are conspicuous by their absence when it comes to him. Barely a fortnight after …

Congress uses social media against Modi, fails miserably

It is a proven fact now that Congress is suffering from acute Modiphobia. It does everything keeping Modi in mind. The same is the case with their frenzied supporters. A day after the anti-Modi brigade’s fraud was exposed (they were targeting …

It’s time UPA outgrew its cowardice

On Monday night, the country witnessed one more cowardly attack by Pakistani Army at the LoC, killing 5 of our jawans. This is the latest ceasefire violation, ninth in past 16 days, from Pakistani’s side. But UPA is unperturbed by these attacks on …

Uttarakhand calamity was man-made, not natural

Nature has unleashed its wrath on Uttarakhand. Hundreds of people have died and thousands are still stranded. It seems, the land of God has turned into the town of ghost. Although official figure of death toll in the catastrophe, caused by flash …

Telegram will soon be history

Try to remember the old Hindi movie scene in which the postman knocks on the door and fishes out a telegram from his jhola. The recipient tears it urgently. The hero’s old mother, whose son has gone to the city to earn, opens up the telegram …

Akhilesh Government forgets the sacrifice of valiant cops

The Akhilesh Government recently approached court for withdrawal of the terror charges against Tariq Kasmi in connection with the 2007 Gorakhpur blast case and hence opened a Pandora’s box of many such cases where politicians advocate for removing …

Why do we serve separatists?

We all know about separatists and their activities in the Valley. Their hands are soaked in the blood of thousands of innocent civilians of Kashmir. In spite of this, the Jammu & Kashmir Government provides them security and wastes crores of …

Rahul looks to follow in mummy’s footprints

Nehru-Gandhi dynast Rahul Gandhi’s recent pronouncement that he should not be asked if he wants to be Prime Minister, says a lot about his low self-esteem and his fear of taking things head on. It seems he is so intimidated by his own failures …

A Budget wasted

Analysing the Union Budget presented P Chidambaram, it seems the Government has targeted two sections mainly — women and youth. Elections are due by the end of the year after all. The Government knows that these two sections of voters comprise …

Wrestling is worth fighting for

Sushil kumar needs no introduction. He brought laurels to the country after winning a silver medal in the London Olympics. Wrestling became a household sport after that. States have been running training institutes like Akharas with hopes that one …

Disaster management means more than passing the buck

Who is to blame for the tragic death of 36 people at Kumbh on Sunday? According to eyewitnesses, police lathi charge compounded the panic and caused the mishap. This unfortunate incident happened at 6 pm in the evening but authorities acted only …

Our unfortunate double standards on free speech

It seems ‘cultural intolerance’ is stalking India. After furore over Kamal Haasan movie Vishwaroopam, now Salman Rushdie stands debarred from attending the Kolkata Literary Meet (KLM). We are told  it is for ‘security …










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