Rahul to lead Congress from front in 2019 poll

The Crown Prince of the Congress, Rahul Gandhi, has reached the last lap of becoming the party president as early as December 5 uncontested, a day after he presents his nomination papers to the party’s election office. His leadership has been endorsed by all State units of the Congress…

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Can India join hands with Japan, Australia & U.S. to confront China

Rise of ‘Quad’ (quadrilateral) between India, US, Japan and Australia has raised eyebrows in Beijing but whether the move to join hands between four is feasible and workable in the prevailing regional and international circumstances needs a close look.

When the idea of ‘Quad’ between four Asia-Pacific countries came…

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“Dirty politics” raises its head in Gujarat

With the release of sex videos of Hardik Patel going viral all over Gujarat, the campaign trail for the upcoming assembly polls in the state has entered into a phase of “dirty politics” where ruling Bhartiya Janata Party is fighting a battle to save its citadel is challenged by young…

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Nehru a visionary who chose to be a democrat when he could be a dictator

Why BJP is so keen to target first Prime Minister of India Jawahar Lal Nehru who chose to be a democrat when he could have been a dictator. I am mentioning this because big dadies of the non-aligned movement became dictators  after having started as popular leaders. This according…

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Delhi’s foul air: Alarm bells for India’s health

Other cities like Beijing, grappling with poisonous air, have put in place time-bound measures to improve the situation.

Does Delhi’s winter of discontent, its headline-grabbing smog, really matter? Should someone living thousands of kilometres away, in another part of the country, care about the troubles of India…

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