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  The year 2016 has ended on a tumultuous note for the country even as it recovers from the shock of demonetization, which can easily be called the most polarizing decision taken this year. However, the year has not been all bleak as many may wish to believe – on the security front India has been able to reply in kind to the terror attacks emanating from Pakistan, to the extent where allegedly its Defence [...]

Year End Review in Politics

As 2016 draws to a close let us stop and reflect on the politics and political developments that shaped the country this year. The highlights of the political landscape in 2016 was the state Legislative Assembly elections held in important states including Assam, West Bengal, and Tamil Nadu. The central government and ruling party BJP drew flak for the imposition of Article 356 in Arunachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand, and later attracted mixed results for its [...]

the yadavs of uttar pradesh

Rank Nepotism: Mulayam Favours Family Over Ideology Assembly polls are a few months away in Uttar Pradesh (UP). However, what concerns many is that the ruling Samajwadi Party which turned into a wrestler’s ring in the wake of a feud between Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav and his uncle Shivpal Yadav, has not yet overcome shadow boxing that is going on among family members of party patriarch Mulayam Singh Yadav. In this situation, it has become [...]

February 25, 2014

It seems that Indian politics has now become a job not a duty towards nation. Politics before independence and post independence is remarkably different. Anyone joining politics before independence was considered as a patriot but not now. People are afraid of joining politics and parents are reluctant to send their kids in this field as they believe it being ruled by the ills of the society. With time some of the law makers in India [...]

After ‘tech savvy’ it is the ‘social media savvy’ that has become synonymous with today’s generation. About 2/3rd of Indians online spend time on different social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, etc. Even the trend of sending personal emails seems to have become obsolete as compared to social media. But why is this media becoming so popular in India? Interaction, live chat, status updates, image- as well as video-sharing are few of the [...]