Wednesday, August 12, 2020

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Pakistan's foul peace talks

An open letter to peace-loving Pakistanis

At some stage of their lives, every generation of Indians has experienced a violation of their trust by Pakistan.

Future of India with NaPak-istan

India has to repeat her history on the west front. In answer to “Bleed India with thousand cuts”, we have to “Break Pakistan into 3-4 parts”.

The curious case of Im the Dim: A must read for Imran Khan fans

For Pakistan, those who attack Pakistan's neighbor are good Taliban and those who attack Pakistan are bad Taliban.

De-coding the nexus between Pakistan military and terrorism

India has had been struggling for establishing peace and love for years and that can't be established by living with the enemies of our planet. We need to eliminate them to enjoy freedom and bliss.

Beastly doves

India say no to war not because “an ex-cricketer who once considered playing Indo- Pak matches as a jihad” says so, but because it is your ethos.

Peace not a discourse, rather an objective

India lead by Atal Bihari Vajpayee tried immensely to give peace a chance. It worked round the clock to engage Pakistan despite Kargil war thrust upon herself by Pakistan.

Imran Khans will come and go: In Pakistan nothing is permanent but terrorism

No Pakistani politician is ever going to be able to give you a definitive solution to the Kashmir problem, because they won't last long enough to do so. Stop waiting for the sun to set in the east for the 22nd time.

The Kashmir obsession and nuclear bogey: An open letter to Arundhati Roy

It seems Ms. Roy is hell bent upon reminding the world that how India should not act against terrorism and accept its fate as the perpetrators have nuclear arms.

Where has it gone wrong? – Why liberals are against India

In the last 4.5 years, liberals and opposition has proved that their "Modi Hate" is much profound then fight against terrorism.

Indian Liberal’s Stockholm Syndrome: “THANK YOU, IMRAN KHAN”

There are laughable calls within Pakistan for rewarding Imran Khan with Nobel Peace Prize, the seeds for which were sown by fellow Indian liberals.

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The curious case of Shah Faesal

Shah Faesal, is a UPSC civil services topper and a staunch campaigner of Pakistan sponsored "Kashmiriyat" and vocal anti-Indian.

Covid opens up urban development challenge, how we respond to it, is up to us

This is the time when we should start focusing on creating employment opportunities in tier 3 and tier 4 cities and even in rural areas, so people can find the employment near their homes and don’t need to migrate to metros in search of employment.

Job data; faster PM Narendra Modi acts on it, the better: It should also capture migrants’ data

Transparency and availability of data was a big hallmark of Narendra Modi 1.0 government, with various information available on dashboard and a click of a button, similarly this would be a game changing achievement for Narendra Modi 2.0.

Law against fake news is need of the hour: Media can’t hide anymore behind the freedom of speech

Article 19.1.a b which deals with freedom of speech and expression is universally applicable to all the citizens, including journalists. There is no special provision under the constitution for freedom of speech to the media.

Why Ram Mandir

generation or two, Bharatiyas have resisted, sacrificed and survived one invasion after another. The reclaiming of this ancient site and building a grand temple is a civilization accepting the challenge of the competing invasive cultures and declaring in one voice that we are here to stay.

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