Tuesday, April 7, 2020
19 Articles by

Fayaz Ganie

Passionate Writer, Author and an aspiring system builder.

Does statement and decision of Muzzafar Hussain Beigh reflect the desperation of the large section of politicians in J&K?

The new political development is a significant one that might pave way for the formation of new government in the state.

The political drama in Jammu & Kashmir should have been avoided for the larger good

If India wants order to be established in the state of Jammu and Kashmir, she should show that order in the treatment of the central government towards the State.

India’s poverty predicament

The government should be aware, which is expected it is that satisfaction in reducing the number of poor by setting only a reference line is not enough.

It is time to have a political service commission in India

In the contemporary times of specialization and super-specialization, it is time to produce specialist rulers without disturbing the fundamentals of democracy

Trifurcation of Jammu and Kashmir an unwise and dangerous move

Prime Minister of India can create a bang by announcing the partitions of Jammu and Kashmir, but who would be responsible for the repercussions and consequences?

Two scary scenarios are overstated– A response to Markanday Katju’s article

This article was written in response to Markanday Katju’s DailyO article of 22-09-2018 in which the author had predicted two scary scenarios before or during the 2019 Parliamentary Elections.

India’s current predicament

The government should try to provide the best government not the maximum government.

My response to Justice Katju’s article that was not published by DailyO

Justice Katju had argued that Indians don't care about civil liberties or rights. He is not right.

When will India have ‘one nation one election’?

Parliamentary Elections in India are in 2019 but the country seems to have entered that year today itself.

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Ducking the COVID-19

Voluntary compliance, which is a practical philosophy, would decide whether India would duck the COVID-19 trends.

Exemplary leadership during a phase of crisis: Dr. Himanta Biswa Sarma

At a time when people are losing their hopes and are weakening in this battle; Dr. Sarma brings the fighting zeal back into the people, thereby taking everyone together in this fight.

Short story|From secularism to Hinduism and humanity

Religious radicals are cancer cells of our society. If we don't call them out, they will continue to breed and will eventually kill us

A ludicrous attempt of defending the undefendable

Does the imbecile leftist intelligentsia know that it is just trying to Defend the Undefendable?

India’s left liberals, the perennial Muslim-appeasers, are once again up in arms against Arnab Goswami

His tough stand regarding the Tablighi Jamaat meet at Nizamuddin Markaz has therefore faced the ire of left-liberals and Islamists masqueraded as journalists alike.

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Tabliqi Jamaat had all the information to cancel the Markaz: They didn’t

Lets have a look at events that happened prior to it, to get some perspective as to why the criticism of the Tabliqi Jamaat is completely justified and further action is necessary for their actions which are absolutely unforgivable.

An irresponsible state under the responsible state

Country's minority group must understand that majority group can not be only responsible for maintaining the communal harmony in a society.

कोरोना की भयावहता और भारतीय कानून

भारत सरकार की जैविक प्रबंधन आपदा के 2008 रिपोर्ट में कहा गया की 1897 की महामारी कानून सक्षम नहीं है एवं इसे बदलने की जरुरत है. यह कानून केंद्र को जैविक आपातकाल के दौरान ज्यादा शक्ति प्रदान नही करता.

India’s left liberals, the perennial Muslim-appeasers, are once again up in arms against Arnab Goswami

His tough stand regarding the Tablighi Jamaat meet at Nizamuddin Markaz has therefore faced the ire of left-liberals and Islamists masqueraded as journalists alike.

How Siddharth Varadarajan, editor of The Wire, defended heinous killers and slandered victims of the Godhra carnage

Siddharth Varadarajan implied in August 2004 that the post-Godhra riots would have happened even without Godhra!