Wednesday, January 20, 2021
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Naagesh Padmanaban

All things considered by this ordinary citizen of the world; Calls a spade a spade.

Pakistan’s dossier debacle

The specter of Pakistan splintering into smaller entities is too real now to be ignored in the new normal. The truth is that it will no longer be business as usual for its deep state, and it’s terminal ailment could hasten the end of an entity we know as Pakistan.

Will financial inclusion make India a 5 trillion economy?

While all sectors of the economy have to grow rapidly, the financial services sector has a key role to play to reach the mark. By stepping up its inclusive program that provides equal access to loans and other financial services to all sections of society, it can create a multiplier effect.

2019 Elections – Is Tamil Nadu becoming the next Kashmir?

From radical Muslim groups to groups owing allegiance to the banned LTTE, the state is witness to a wide spectrum of terror groups that are openly espousing their poisonous ideology.

Modi breaks the backbone of terror deep inside Pakistan

For Pakistan, the writing on the wall is clear. It will face more audacious strikes from India in the coming days.

India’s RBI gets a new Governor

From the country’s perspective, the need of the hour from the new governor is the delineation of an agile credit delivery structure that meets the demands of all sectors of the economy.

Misery seeks company – China courts India to fight US trade war

China is expending its diplomatic resources in creating a mirage of a synergy with India out of a non-existent common cause.

Sabarimala Case: An agonizing Verdict

The verdict which claims to 'FAVOUR' women, agonized them instead, because they never were the petitioners.

Trade War between US & China and why PM Modi’s moves make sense

The trade war between US and China is affecting the entire world's economy including weakening rupee value.

US – China trade war- Is there more to it than trade?

Is Trump playing hard ball to get China to the negotiating table for a better trade deal?

Modi Lifts Millions Out of Poverty

the kick-starting of the economy has started a new social dynamics in the county

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USA is now a constitutional relic & not a republic

All the founders of the US Constitution and even our own framers from the Constituent Assembly must be squirming in their graves, on what is playing out in the US.

पराजय नहीं, गौरवपूर्ण इतिहास है हमारा…

महाराणा का जीवन वर्तमान का निकष है, उनका व्यक्तित्व स्वयं के मूल्यांकन-विश्लेषण का दर्पण है। क्या हम अपने गौरव, अपनी धरोहर, अपने अतीत को सहेज-सँभालकर रख पाए? क्या हम अपने महापुरुषों, उनके द्वारा स्थापित मानबिन्दुओं, जीवन-मूल्यों की रक्षा कर सके?

Perseverance of Mewar

All of the Persia, England, Arabia felt honoured in sending costly embassies to Mughal Court, but Pratap sent word of defiance.

Right to protest of few privileged ones vs. Rights of the unorganized masses

Are the demands made by protesting groups are justified or not? Who are participating in the protest? Are they really farmers? Who are the organizers?

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“Power over People”: A tale of two democratically elected leaders

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