Loan waiver leads to more farmers distress

Come elections, and the race for loan waivers starts– a race that many economists say is flawed from beginning to end. The game is said to have kicked off on a big scale when the Congress-led UPA government announced farm loan waivers to the tune of Rs 70, 000…

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Congress-AAP alliance remains uncertain

The possibility of a pre-poll alliance between the Congress and the Aam Aadmi Party if comes up ahead of upcoming general elections could become a formidable grouping that could uproot the ruling Bhartiya Janata Party in national capital of Delhi and Punjab. But so far it looks like distant…

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Opposition blues

The mahagathbandhan is floundering in mounting a counter-attack as the BJP runs away with nationalist agenda

There is no doubt a nationalist narrative and sentiment that the polity is awash with post Pulwama and the second wave of surgical airstrikes targetting terror will impact the General Elections. And if…

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Needed, official version Act?

The nation awaits an unambiguous official version of the Balakot strike. Else, there is the risk of media and social media filling up the vacuum with fake and unsubstantiated news

News spread like wildfire on Tuesday (February 25) morning that the Indian Air Force (IAF) had struck at Jaish-e…

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Need for peace to save young lives

We are all celebrating the return of Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman  who had been captured by Pakistan after his plane was shot down. This time the airman and his family were lucky as Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan decided to release the airman as a goodwill gesture. But I could…

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