Saturday, July 4, 2020
6 Articles by

Jay Desai

Professor(Finance Area), Writer, Political Observer, Curious

Forget Modi wave, Google trends is predicting a Modi tsunami in 2019

Considering the precedence of correlation between Google Trends and election results, we are looking at Modi forming government in 2019 with full majority.

Why Congress’s caste-religion gambit is set to fail in 2019

The rising popularity of BJP in North, West and East has forced Congress to rely heavily on UPA partners and other smaller regional parties for sake of a contest, resulting in a very small seat share for itself.

If implemented as promised, BJP’s “Sankalp Patra” has potential to transform India into a developed nation

The present NDA Government has successfully implemented majority of promises made in their 2014 manifesto.

Exposing opposition’s lies on India’s unemployment

All the economic data discussed in the article sum up the fact that, there are no employment crises in India and the economy is in robust state.

Demonetisation was good: The future generations will thank us for it

The phenomenal rise in the number of returns filed, income tax collections and GST filling post DeMo clearly suggest that it has successfully influenced people to pay taxes and restrain from black money.

Did Rahul Gandhi’s Congress party participate in India’s Freedom Struggle?

This might be one of the smallest lies told by Rahul Gandhi, but it is important to know.

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The era of expansionists is over

‘Narendra Modi’, has lifted the spirit of statesmanship to an entirely different level

Who is responsible: UP police martyrdom

Were the policemen sent to "arrest" Vikas Dubey trained, disciplined or organized enough to carry out such an operation? Or were they just a motley group of personnel who happened to be on duty on that fateful night?

Mamata Banerjee and her oppression politics, can she win again?

As Bengal gearing up for upcoming "Vidhan Sabha" election, parties already preparing to build their consent through online campaigns, it is probably going to be the toughest challenge against Mamata Banerjee where her oppression politics has no gain.

Is China losing an undeclared war with India?

China has been following the policy of delusion with all its neighboring countries, imposing its territorial claims that don't have the potential to escalate the war and are enough to bring embarrassment to them.

Erroneous notions of statesmanship shall prove deleterious to Indian foreign policy with regard to China

The India-U.S.-Japan-Australia quad must not remain a quad merely on paper. Further, it would be propitious to include more nations into such an alliance.

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Why Sharad Pawar supported Modi, slammed Rahul Gandhi on China

He is trying to recreate The old Third Front in a new avatar and defeat Narendra Modi in 2024.

Who killed Sushant?

Initially his suicide was linked with bullying and nepotism. Rhea has been already interrogated in this case. The Mumbai police has already registered a case under professional rivalry and is investigating.

A requiem for unsung victim: Bengali Hindus of Bangladesh

one of the most underreported cases of persistent ethnocide in the post-colonial period had certainly been with the Bengali Hindus of East Bengal. In terms of magnitude of brutality and spread on scale of time, it has hardly had any parallel in contemporary history.

The story of Lord Jagannath and Krishna’s heart

But do we really know the significance of this temple and the story behind the incomplete idols of Lord Jagannath, Lord Balabhadra and Maa Shubhadra?

Striking similarities between the death of Parveen Babi and Sushant Singh Rajput: A mere co-incidence or well planned murders?

Together Rhea and Bhatt’s media statements subtly and cleverly project Sushant as some kind of a nut job like Parveen Babi, another Bhatt conjuring.