Last week I wrote an article : The one difference between the Congress of today and that of before 2014, which basically sheds light on the fact that Indian National Congress was using government powers to win elections. I quoted a handful of instances from a handful of books corroborating the statement. However, these instances were … Continue reading When court accepted that the Caste based Reservations violate Fundamental Rights
She was super confident that he would never say agree to her proposal. She knew it in her heart that he would say no. But to her utter shock, not only did he say yes, but he also said the five magical words "yes, send us the list." I have never seen a political narrative … Continue reading The one difference between the Congress of today and that of before 2014
Two three months back some politicians, journalists were complaining that Indian government was not doing enough. Something like this: https://twitter.com/RahulGandhi/status/1238331274726486017?s=20 They started keeping a tab on deaths because of Coronavirus. Kerala being the very first state. 3 Dead, 4 dead, ..... 100 infected. A constant reminder, news sites maintained a scorecard at the corner of … Continue reading The upcoming Bihar elections and the new Migrant vote bank
Ever since I started watching Bollywood movies, I would always see a corrupt politician and a failed system. Not in just one movie, but in every other movie. I would always think, is there no honest leader in the country? How did the system get corrupt? Was the system created to be like this or … Continue reading MPLADS and Corruption!
The early trends for the Indian general elections in 2024 came out as soon as Mr. Gandhi completed his 64-65 minutes AICC Virtual Media Briefing on Coronavirus Pandemic. At the time when Indian National Congress, India's oldest party is still busy grooming up its youth icon, the Gandhi-scion; BJP is looking forward for a 350+ … Continue reading Is Rahul Gandhi laying a foundation for Congress Mukt Bharat?
Coronavirus infected people might not show the symptoms, but the recently elected Aam Aadmi Party in Delhi has already started showing the exact same symptoms that the party was showing last time when it won the elections in Delhi in 2015 or in 2013; instead of focusing on its own state but crying foul on … Continue reading AAP’s no-NRC resolution & a new narrative