Monday, April 6, 2020
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Vijaya Dar

Born in Kashmir. Indic by culture. Occasional writer, avid reader. Love serious cinema, but not TV. Eternal student.

Why social scientists make bad Prime Ministers

India is perhaps the only country that has experimented with a Social Scientist at its political helm for a decade. The results was a complete breakdown of political morality as Dr Singh sat atop a humungous mountain of financial indiscipline and corruption.

Delhi crime & the brutalization of a society

Brutalization of society and individuals is a subject as old as the hills and in any history of the world we will find that it is the brutes that have dominated its pages, while the reconcilers are few and far between.

Ayodhya – A possible solution: Open letter to the PM

A humble request with enough reasons why making Ayodhya a national capital would resolve this lingering issue.

Putting India first: The dismantling of the coalition of the weak and the wicked

How well have the common Indians understood the Narendra Modi govt and its well placed 'Nation First' priorities?

From Sarkar to Raj- The fractious legacy of Bal Thackeray

Balasaheb rode the wave with anyone who would contribute to his success, not like a Shivaji, but more like a Clive, immoral in alliances and implacable in hostilities.

Three Indias, and a possible One India in 2019

First British and then Congress rule gave us three Indias, and now Modi could unite them all.

From Raj to Swaraj to Suraaj

Why Modi is unacceptable to liberal lobby is because he is putting all the efforts to gift us our Swaraj by his Suraaj while Nehru gave us Raj.

Personal destiny or nation? – The choice we must make

The current term of BJP government is of correction. Next term will see tangible development and prosperity.

Indian politics: The lotus and the robots

Before considering to re-electing congress in 2019, do remember 1979 and 2004.

The Gandhis & India’s fatal tryst with Italy

If India survives this fatal Italian connection in 2019, it can be assured of the “tryst with destiny” that its first Prime Minister had promised at the dawn of independence, though he did not do much to make that tryst come about.

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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.

Let us invoke the Dunkirk spirit and the god principle

Modi depresses liberals yet another time for 5th April event. And people with slap them with its grand success!

Do not support ‘corona terrorism’ in the name of opposing Modi, we need Uniform Civil Code

Only by enacting Uniform Civil Code, we can save India from misuse of multi-privilege in the name of secularism.

The COVID-19 cases in India are about to surge and here’s what you need to know

Despite multiple efforts carried out by the Indian govet along with medicos and police, to contain the disease in the country; they are slightly on the losing side after the immature actions by certain parts of the society.

Why Tablighi Jamaat should be under scanner

it took the stature of National Security Advisor to plead before the Maulana Saad to vacate the premises. No one ever of this stature has negotiated directly even with terrorist or in hostile conditions.

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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.

Islamic fanaticism – Beyond the ignorance of COVID 19 & a desperate need for rejecting the ideology by Muslims

Islamic fanatics often through the theological and social control of the community are trying to hard oppose the social distancing & medical help being provided to them.

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!

Sikhs and CAA: Why CAA is the need of the hour for the Sikh community in Pakistan and Afghanistan

In need of the hour, the Indian Sikh community must extend their support to the CAA to ensure safety of their Pakistani and Afghani counterparts, so they can able to live a better life in India.