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I'am a quintessential traveler surfing the winds of time. With horizons everywhere ... still searching for my path.....can I ? ....will I ?....if only time will wait... but the winds... they never wait !!!

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August 24, 2019
Arun Jaitley - A life well lived

28 December 1952 –  August 24 2019 May Your Soul Rest in Peace! Dear Arun Jaitley Sir, Today, the nation learned of your journey to another world, a place more peaceful than the one we could offer. We already miss you but know you are at peace and resting wherever you are. You deserve the well-earned rest for you lived to give your best to the nation, as always. We remember you as a young [...]Read More

June 27, 2019
Anti-Corruption Measures being Taken in Modi 2.0 Era

“Mein Na Khaoonga Na Khane Doonga” – I will not be corrupt nor will I allow anyone else to be corrupt, is the famous statement made by Narendra Modi when he first took over as India’s prime minister. It was a strong statement of intent and commitment in 2014, coming in the backdrop of a slew of major corruption scandals that came to light in the UPA II regime. People were fed up with corruption [...]Read More

June 23, 2019
One Month since Modi Election

It’s a month now since the 2019 general election results revealed a remarkable vote of confidence by the people of India in Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his NDA government. The resounding victory has raised hopes and expectations of the people who now look forward to PM Modi delivering on his electoral promises. Twenty-three days into the Modi 2.0 government (Modi 2.0 was sworn-in on May 30, 2019) is a bit early for a snapshot [...]Read More

June 20, 2019
One Nation, One Election - Will Parliamentary Elections Happen Again?

One of the early initiatives undertaken by the Narendra Modi-led government, within thirty days of taking office in its second term, is the proposal to introduce “One Nation, One Election” in the future. It has generated a lot of discussion and debate within all political parties, some of which support it while others oppose it. What is the debate surrounding the one nation, one election proposal, and how will it benefit the country? In a [...]Read More

May 31, 2019
PM Modi has 57 members in his Cabinet

Prime Minister Narendra Modi was sworn in for a second consecutive term on May 30, 2019 at a swearing-in ceremony held at the Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi. The ceremony, followed closely in India and overseas, was attended by around eight thousand guests, including several leaders from BIMSTEC countries. The international leaders attending the swearing-in-ceremony included the President of the Kyrgyz Republic Sooronbay Jeenbekov, President of Sri Lanka Maithripala Sirisena, President of Bangladesh Abdul Hamid, [...]Read More

May 28, 2019
Dream Cabinet for Modi 2.0

Narendra Damodardas Modi will take oath as India’s Prime Minister for a second term on Thursday, May 30, 2019. The massive mandate given by the people of India adds additional responsibility to him and his new government to ensure he meets their high expectations. The success over the next five years will depend on the team he chooses to compose his Cabinet and the Council of Ministers. We have put together what we believe could [...]Read More

May 27, 2019
Congress has traditionally followed a pro-minority policy.

As citizens of India and voters, we can only speculate on the reasons for the drubbing the grand old party received in the 2019 General Elections. However, a closer examination will reveal certain shortcomings in Congress strategy. The ‘Gandhi’ disadvantage The Nehru-Gandhi family political legacy had evolved into a heirloom passing on from one generation to another, along with all the privileges associated with it. The Congress party has not been able to dissociate itself from [...]Read More

May 26, 2019
10 Reasons Why BJP Won

TINA factor From 2014 onwards, Narendra Modi’s image as a strong leader and the only person capable of serving as PM for a second term was carefully cultivated. “There Is No Other Alternative (TINA)” factor was the constant rhetoric. The BJP think-tank realized they had a massive advantage of continuing support among its 2014 voters and communicated the TINA factor to undecided voters still unsure of which party to vote. It included the 8 crore [...]Read More

May 26, 2019
BJP did not field any Muslim candidate in 2019

In the context of Muslim voters and Muslim representation in Parliament, the 2019 general election results have revealed the following: Muslim voters do not vote together as a vote bank The general perception that Muslim voters vote collectively for one candidate or party stands disproved. Over the years, voting trends in areas with concentrated Muslims show no specific trends towards a single party. It was evident in 2014 and 2019. Same is true for Muslim [...]Read More

May 25, 2019
JD(U) voters who have a large presence in the city voted against Shatrughan Sinha

This contest is interesting for all students of political science and electoral politics. Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad (BJP) challenged former film actor and three-time MP Shatrughan Sinha (Cong) in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections and won the prestigious Patna Sahib seat. RS Prasad received 6.07,506 votes representing a 61.85 percent vote share while Shatrughan Sinha got 3,22,849 votes representing a 32.87 percent vote share. The margin of defeat was 2,84,657 votes. That’s a massive [...]Read More

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