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Demonetisation was good: The future generations will thank us for it

The phenomenal rise in the number of returns filed, income tax collections and GST filling post DeMo clearly suggest that it has successfully influenced people to pay taxes and restrain from black money.

Does PM Modi have it in him to re-energise an anarchic state or will 2019 see India lapse into Nirad Chaudhuri’s state of inertia?

2014 result was a clear disenchantment with the UPA and Manmohan Singh and not a reactive vote as 1984 was

Narendra Modi and the enemy within

'Babudom' is a heritage that Modi has inherited.

Demonetization: Success or Failure?

A look at argued results in favor and against the move

Demonetisation – The game of “Catch me if you can”

How the Indian Citizens try to hide black money during demonetisation and what the government is doing to uncover this designs.

NaMo’s DeMo Flop

The author writes a critique of demonetisation

Defying all odds, enemies outside and critiques within: India’s GDP beats all estimates

India leaves economists across the world scratching their heads as it keeps the crown of the fastest growing economy as it's GDP grows at a healthy rate of 7℅.

Remonetisation: Solving the Currency Conundrum

The article explains how replacement of banned Rs. 500 is not happening by an equivalent replacement but by adding a substantial quantity of notes of smaller denominations.

Demonetization: A well-coordinated attempt or a knee-jerk disaster?

Everyone knows while the demonetization is the decision of the PM, it was a prolonged need of the country. And if the incumbent govt won't, who would address this need?

Is BJP elbowing India into a crony capitalist country projecting economic reforms?

All the political parties are pushing Indian economy to a crony capitalism at an alarming rate. BJP seems no different.

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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!

साम्यवाद – लोकतंत्र और राष्ट्रीय अखंडता के लिए खतरा

साम्यवाद में प्रतिएक मानव को संदेह की दृष्टि से देखने की प्रवृत्ति के कारण राजकीय तंत्र (सरकारी अफसर, प्रशाशन, सेना) सकती से काम करे यह भी जरूरी हो गया जिस कारण इन्हें भी सरकारी जोर के अंतर गत कार्य करवाना जरूरी था।

It’s time to keep to keep religious identity aside: The reality of Corona Jihad?

There is a high chance that the extremist terrorist group can use this weapon to further worsen the situation by accelerating the local transmission to community transmission of the virus.

Why world needs to unite against “Chinese virus”

China has already started its game and unfortunately whole world is victim now. Its time to get united against Chinese virus first and then against China later.

COVID-19 Pandemic- Limitations of 20th century solutions for a 21st century problem

A take on why the world of today, run by 20th century principles,has come out short when confronted with the Covid-19 pandemic, a 21st century problem.

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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!

Can anyone sue the Court for its inconsistencies?

Sorry, we would be barking up the wrong tree if we even explored such avenues.

It’s time to keep to keep religious identity aside: The reality of Corona Jihad?

There is a high chance that the extremist terrorist group can use this weapon to further worsen the situation by accelerating the local transmission to community transmission of the virus.

Why are left activists nowhere in fight against Corona?

Is there some connection or sympathy between the communist lordship of china and this charlatan group? Do they derive sadistic pleasure in seeing a dying mankind?

COVID-19 Pandemic- Limitations of 20th century solutions for a 21st century problem

A take on why the world of today, run by 20th century principles,has come out short when confronted with the Covid-19 pandemic, a 21st century problem.