AIADMK vs. DMK
The dream of Stalin to become Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu through the victory of DMK look bleak in future and which may be possible only if many other smaller parties support DMK to form a coalition government in the state.
PM Modi at the centre with the complete support and participation of PMK and AIADMK and the state being governed by AIADMK will certainly prove great to the state.
AIADMK forming an alliance with BJP along with PMK and other parties will certainly do more good to AIADMK than to BJP because AIADMK today suffers from factionalism, lacks the great leadership of Amma and is also challenged by TTV Dinakaran.
Sivagnanams’s Tamilarasu Kalagam demanded the name change and invoked the contributions of Sankaralinga Nadar when CN Annadurai came to power in 1967 and that is how the name change happened.
A simple reality check of Tamil Nadu politics would reveal that neither EVR nor DMK has done anything substantial for socially challenged people.
Although MK could not defeat Kamaraj but he could defeat the harmony between Christian and Hindus in down south and also could divide Hindu nadar and Christian nadar unity to a great extent.
If Tamil Nadu has to march towards development and sab ka vikas, Dravidian brand politics of hatred, negativity, anti-Hindu, anti-Hindi, anti-God must end.
It appears EVR had compromised his ideologies for personal benefits at least at once and that was how he defeated Ramalinga Chettiyar in Erode and worked for BV Narasimha Iyer and made him victorious.
Though it did not matter in 2014, Tamil Nadu would turn out to be a crucial state for BJP to make up for potential losses in UP due to a the unholy alliance between the SP and BSP.
The Modi government has established a brand India, enveloping components of economy, diplomacy, revival of foreign affairs and a clean-up of corrupt-ridden governance of the past; dispensed from an establishment with little obligation to coalition partners that enjoys mandate and confidence of the citizenry of India
Tiananmen remains one of the most sensitive and taboo subjects in China today, banned from both academic and popular realms.
Ashok Swain, who is a professor in Sweden’s Uppsala’s University was upset that such protest doesn’t happen in India, so did another ‘journalist’ Rana Ayyub. Instead of showing solidarity with a man who lost his life, these opportunists are provoking vandalism and mayhem in India too.
Kshama Sawant, a Hindu immigrant embraces Hindu phobic ideology and lead an anti-India campaign to seek a stage for her future political dreams.
भारत ही नेहरू के नेतृत्व में पहला गैर साम्यवादी जनतांत्रिक राज्य था जिसने जनवादी कम्युनिस्ट चीन को मान्यता प्रदान की. नेहरू उस दौर में चीन को लेकर इतने रोमांटिक (कल्पनावादी) हो गए थे कि तिब्बत पर चीन का आधिपत्य स्वीकार कर लिया. पर जब 1962 में चीन ने भारत पर हमला किया तो नेहरू की विदेश नीति चौपट हो गई थी.