Tuesday, April 20, 2021
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kautilyabhaskar

The myth of young left candidates in West Bengal poll 2021

It may not be far from truth to conclude that the young left leaders may be young only in terms of their bodily age. Their mind is as archaic and rigid as their senior colleagues.

Why this hullabaloo about shifting Bollywood?

Let the new film city emerge as the genuine centre for producing high quality films that are genuinely Indian and be helpful in building a strong value-based society.

Should Doordarshan give a live coverage of Bhumi Pujan on August 5th?: Answer is an empathetic ‘YES’

The major reason liberals cite for asking Doordarshan to not telecast is the same stereotype- that covering the event will be against the principle of secularism as enshrined in Indian constitution.

‘Sachin Pilot’ episode overplayed by ‘ODNE’ journalists

No doubt, Sachin has been a hardworking, suave, well-educated and media savvy political leader. But does he really have the kind of achievement in Rajasthan, as the ODNE journos want us to believe?

Now, a sitting MLA loses life: Does the Centre owe any duty to common men of West Bengal?

Following the endless stream of political violence, the death (suspected murder) of Debendranath Ray, a sitting BJP member of Bengal legislature is finally threatening to burst the dam of patience of people of the state.

Mainstream media should know that war journalism is serious stuff, not cricket commentary

When would the mainstream media of the country realize that dealing with 'war' or a 'potentially war like situation' is not playing a 'day and night cricket match'?

Unfolding challenges OF COVID-19 & supreme court observations: Need for prompt, firm and assertive action by the centre

On the whole, whether in Delhi or other cases, the Modi government should have hard look at the challenges that are ailing these recalcitrant states and take tough objective decisions.

Post AMPHAN rehabilitation- Lessons and tasks for West Bengal & the centre

A quick analysis of the details of losses suffered by the State shows that nearly two-third of the total losses have arisen on account of loss of homes, crops, fruits and fisheries, damages to electrical installations and equipment, damages to school building & health facilities, damages to irrigation assets, damages to drinking water projects and damages to rural roads.

Centre’s Amphan package for West Bengal should be low in ‘cash’, high in ‘kind’

while helping the state, the centre must reduce the cash disbursement as much as possible. The corruption through misappropriation is believed to be directly proportional to the 'cash component' in a package.

A simple solution to the ‘migrant workers’ crisis

Is there no way to give the migrant workers calm assurance so that they can wait patiently wait for their turn? Here are some suggestions:

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