Category: Politics in India

Issues in India, News: My opinions, Politics in India, Strikes and Protests

A mutually acceptable solution please

Most of the states in India are facing some calamities, mostly seasonal and between neighboring states. Such problems are difficult to handle even by central government because the states stick to their stand, come what may! The only remedy rests on the PM. Instead of leaving such problems at the mercy of CMs and opposition …

Crazy people, Issues in India, News: My opinions, Politics in India, Strikes and Protests

Let us not succumb to pressure

“You are from?” “India” India?… Hats off! While I was in Canada, certain people used to ask me such questions and when I say I am an Indian, some would exclaim “From Kashmir to Kanyakumari!… Multilingual!…” Yeah, I would reply and add, our National Anthem gives you an idea about our Country. In spite of …

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Beware of super stars!

Politics seems to have become one of the most sought after professions in India, especially at state-level it has undergone a sea change in most states, resulting in the birth of several new parties so as to accommodate new hands crossing over to any party. Policies of the good old Parties face several problems because …

Humor, Issues in India, Politics in India, World Affairs

Progress on all fronts

The present happenings in a country soon becomes the history of that country. In certain countries the recent history may have striking similarities with the past but very often it is just a part and parcel of ‘old habits die hard.’ In many cases, especially in democratic countries, it is invariably on again and off …

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Scandals, please!

As far as agriculture is concerned, bumper crops are few and far between but most of the states in India manage to overcome the shortage by making prompt and smart arrangements with surplus states. Not that they are sympathetic with the middle class people but to make sure that the opposition parties do not make …

Humor, In real life, Issues in India, Politics in India

Don’t try to enter through the back door!

In a democratic country, most of the precious hours are wasted on all sorts of protests which may, invariably, lead to closure of shops, big and small, and the unavoidable police intervention and its after effects. The opposition parties would make it appear that the government is responsible for heavy rains or prolonged summer which …

Kids, Politics in India, Religion, Science and Technology, Youth

Worshipping the books!

It is festivals, festivals all the way as far as India is concerned, though politics makes its presence felt every now and then. But, the people, by large, look forward to such festivals which are, invariably, celebrated in temples. Of all such festivals, the one which enlightens the people, especially the children, is the 9 …

Education, Issues in India, Kids, Politics in India, Youth

If there is a will, there is a way

As far as Indian students in certain states are concerned, they are facing some problems, no necessarily financial. When they have to compete with extremely brilliant students, it is not the financial status that push them down but the capacity of the extremely brilliant ones to face any challenge that can arise from the subject …

International issues, News: My opinions, People, Philosophy, Politics in India

Beware of war mongers

It is difficult to overcome certain habits. As long as such habits are harmless, we can say rely on those age-old proverbs like, “Habits die hard” or the new ones like, “Victory has become our habit these days” by Veerat Kohli! When we talk about habits, we cannot ignore certain violent habits which have become …

Elections, Humor, In real life, Issues in India, Politics in India

Busiest people!

It seems politicians are the busiest people in certain countries and there is no dearth of issues that can keep them active and noisy. Ruling parties can set in motion several “welfare” measures that will have to undergo objections or unsatisfactory response from opposition parties. One of the issues that could trigger protests from opposition …