Category: Politics

LIBERATING : Section 377

December 8, 2019 7 Comments

What seemed like an eternal battle between believers and non-believers, a battle of unprecedented demands, and a struggle for freedom to express desired sexual orientation has finally run its course. As the honorable Supreme Court of India has decriminalized same-sex marriage, in short section 377 of the Indian Penal Code has been repealed. While the self-confessed, […]

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Politicking: The controversial Rafale Deal

December 8, 2019 No Comments

India and France India and France relationship has been there from the colonial era with France maintaining a colonial presence in the subcontinent with Puducherry being one of its major strongholds. Indo- Franc strategic partnership took shape in 1998 in the areas that include defense, counter-terrorism, nuclear energy and space.  France’s constant support for India […]

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Economy: Dollar vs Rupee

December 8, 2019 No Comments

The Indian rupee, with the growing heft of the U.S. dollar and its struggle with the high international crude oil prices, is currently in not a very good state. In June, rupee lost almost 8% since january 1 and is the worst performing currency in ASIA this year. The upcoming financial year 2019 may turn […]

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POLI-TICKLING : Atal Bihari Vajpayee

December 8, 2019 No Comments

The nation mourns passing away of a true statesman, a moderator, a visionary, a former prime minister, and most important of all a poet at heart. Atal Bihari Vajpayee. A lot has already been said about the magnitude of his political stature, and the respect he commanded not just amongst his fellow partisans but also […]

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POLI-TICKLING : Key Highlights from Modi’s Independence Day Speech 2018

December 8, 2019 No Comments

72nd Independence Day India celebrated its 72nd Independence Day with prime minister Narendra Modi addressing for the final time in his current tenure from the historic Red Fort and highlighted the achievements for the NDA government such as Swachha Bharat, Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojna, GST, Mudra Loans and Startup India as well. There was […]

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Leadership style – Vladimir Putin

December 8, 2019 1 Comment

President of Russia Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin, the second most powerful person on earth can be considered as the perfect example of an autocratic leadership. He knows all the cards of the game and has lived a life full of adventure and games of power. Renowned for his laconic speech and alpha personality, Mr Putin has […]

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Imran Khan : The new face of Pakistan

December 8, 2019 No Comments

Early Life and Cricketing career The charming new Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan is the inspiration for the youth of Pakistan. Khan was born in a Pashtun family in Lahore. His life has been full of luxuries and adventures. He rose to popularity through cricket and emerged as one of the finest cricketers Pakistan […]

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POLI-TICKLING : The No-Confidence Motion

December 8, 2019 No Comments

The lackluster performance of the Indian National Congress and its allies in the recently concluded Karnataka elections silently pre-empts the debacle that the Rahul Gandhi-led UPA is about to suffer at the hands of the BJP-led NDA. Despite certain hiccups in its alliance with TDP and the self-confessed custodians of Maharastra, Shiv Sena, Narendra Modi’s […]

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10 Must Read Books

December 8, 2019 3 Comments

” A mind needs books like a sword needs whetstone if it is to keep its edge”                        – Tyrion of House Lannister So here is the list of 10 Must Read Books for this month to get you back on the reading  spree. But […]

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Karnataka Elections 2018 : The Premise

December 8, 2019 No Comments

As the people of Karnataka gear up to choose their representative in the upcoming State Legislative Assembly elections, the ambiance is stated to be a little more than just boiled up in the coming few days. With a cavalry of sly innuendos hurled by the political hotheads at each other and IPL matches being shifted […]

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