DC Pathak

OPEN TO OPINION

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Former Director, Intelligence Bureau.

POLITICS

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What Modi government can learn from Kejriwal and AAP

In the interregnum of eight months before Delhi polls, the party was able to revive its appeal to the people on the weaker side of the "class" divide.

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For BJP-PDP alliance to work, Mufti has to shed separatist traits

The BJP cannot allow the Jammu and Kashmir chief minister to contradict India's security and foreign policies.

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How districts are new ground zero to test Modi’s development

The district administration is directly responsible for maintaining industrial peace which, today, is extremely important for India’s growth.

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China or US, what Modi needs to do with them

India is now inclined to adopt an attitude of friendship towards all subject to the practice of robust bilateralism.

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What BJP must learn from AAP

The AAP seemed to get the benefit of India's "demographic dividend" through the intellectual strength of the youth.

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America is on India's side against Pakistan terror

It's important from India's point of view that Obama administration makes an explicit course correction in its approach to India-Pakistan scene.

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Modi has had a great impact on J&K

He has pushed the sub-regional divides into the background and brought the integral character of the state to the fore.

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Terror in the name of God haunts India

The country faces many threats, but nothing can be as destabilising as faith-based militancy.

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India's war against Pakistan is no proxy war

If 26/11 was our 9/11, and Hafiz Saeed our Osama, we are justified as a democracy to go after the terrorists.

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If you want development, we must have safety first

The state of law and order is a major indicator in today's world.