Why did Modi win so big? What that means for Indian democracy? Whither the opposition? What does it portend for foreign, economic and social policy?
Jairam Ramesh, Abhishek Singhvi and Shashi Tharoor, the intellectual triumvirate have spoken out and loud that #IndianNationalCongress may have to reconsider its compulsive routine to ‘demonise Modi’.
‘The paradox of tolerance’ of Hinduism and minority appeasement, let us support Narendra Modi and save India
Thanks to the entry of Modi, people have started to realize the dirty politics of congress party and other tukde tukde gangs and were injecting politics of hatred, negativity, lies etc., to divide people and fear monger minority community against majority community.
It looks like the congress party is a caged parrot of the old guards. Even if the parrot is free from the cage, the parrot cannot fly away as its wing bone is surgically broken.
BJP – the centre of excellence in leadership mentoring versus sycophants, dynasts and punkah coolies
What makes the BJP different from other political parties in India? This question should be asked not only by the citizens of India but also by the premier business schools like IIM (Indian Institute of Management) and other big corporates. BJP is not just a
अपनी अप्रत्याशित हार के बाद भी विपक्ष की स्थिति बहुत बुरी हैं क्योंकि संख्या में कम होने के बाद भी जिस विपक्ष को सत्ताधारी पार्टी से लड़ना चाहिए वह खुद के अस्तित्व को बचाए रखने के लिए पुरजोर कोशिश कर रही हैं.
Article written in response to Shashi Tharoor’s article- “England Cricket Team’s Gyan For Congress: No Ditching The Captain” published on TheQuint.