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G Indira

Author of the book: The India I Know and of Hinduism. Publications in -charge Pragna Bharati Organisation, Hyderabad. Academician and free-lancer

The Row over Hindi being the National Language: Justified?

Home Minister Amit Shah’s statement to use Hindi instead of English for communication within India has sparked a row recently.

On war in Ukraine-India tiptoes carefully

The Govt. at the Centre is taking calculated right steps and exercising the country’s strategic - autonomy.

Spectacular win – Splendid performance

The comprehensive win in all four states: Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Manipur and Goa (by the BJP) indicates that the BJP and P.M. Modi are unassailable.

Hijab row- An orchestrated one

After seventy-five years of Independence, if the minorities do not join stream, when are they is the question.

Girls’-marriage-age-increase would ensure gender-justice & empowerment: But for some concerns

Some women-groups question the rationale behind the move. They ask: when girls are matured enough to vote at eighteen, why can’t they marry?

PM Narendra Modi raised major issues that ail Democracies

The world’s oldest democracy (the U.S) and the world’s largest democracy India, needs to find a solution for the threats from big-techs and cryptocurrency. The sooner, the better.

Taking back Three-Farm Laws- A progressive step for Democracy?

The good opportunity of farm-reforms is lost. For another quarter century, the laws may not see the light. None of the parties venture to bring them back in the near future.

The clueless Congress- tries to define Hindutva and Hinduism

The Congress Party cannot compete with present BJP, a well-oiled, 24/7 vigilant party, with its part-time politicians that go on holidays and sabbaticals whimsically.  

Raging debates over Gandhi and Savarkar- Good for democracy

This country should know both Gandhi and Savarkar’s views. The present liberals try to adopt Gandhi ji and often quote him. As a matter of fact, Gandhi ji was against liberalism practised in the West.

Tamil Nadu’s decision to scrap NEET-exam is irrational

The Tamil Nadu Govt. is going ahead to scrap totally medical entrance examinations in the state. Instead, they would like to take the finals of class-XII marks, as the standard for selection.

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