Monday, July 13, 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.

Three ‘Boses’ who can unlock West Bengal for the BJP

BJP would do well to adopt the three Boses and other revolutionaries of Bengal if it wishes to capture the state in the coming assembly elections, by undoing the wrongs of history and redeem the pride of Bengal with these real heroes

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.

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Why China, why?- The various explanations on what prompted the Chinese incursions in Ladakh

The purpose behind the Chinese orchestration of the standoff in Ladakh was in all likelihood to coerce India into exercising restraint in relation to its development of infrastructure near the LAC and to safeguard the China Pakistan Economic Corridor from any prospective Indian threat.

Changing the way we travel post pandemic

As Marcel Proust said ‘The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes.’

Some men just want to watch the world burn: Instigators Motto

When some people just try to instigate people against each other, they reveal their true colours that they are not for anyone but are against everyone but themselves. Such people make me remember the quote Some men just want to watch the world burn.

The state of state

It is the call of all organ of government to trust each other and help them to deliver the justice to the needy. It will help them to gain the trust of people so that goals of constitution can be achieved.

सुनो तेजस्विनी, ब्रा स्ट्रैप में मत उलझो..

उदारवादी और वामपंथी महिला समूहों ने ऐसा वातावरण बनाने का प्रयास किया मानो, ब्रा स्ट्रैप छुपाने के लिए टोका जाना ही आज की लड़की के जीवन की सबसे बड़ी समस्या है।

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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.

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.

Me in conversation with Aakar Patel and his wife over Pakistan and patriotism

A response to Aakar Patel's fictitious conversation with his wife.