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 |  Paradigm shift |  6-minute read
Hate crimes, BBC, Washington Post, Perception pollsParadigm shift

Perception polls about India under Modi: Whose perception is it anyway?

Recently, The Washington Post and the BBC published two articles about India. What is their research methodology and sample size?

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Asia, United States, Fundamentalism, Democracy

Searching for Utopia: Why it's not wise to copy China

The need of the hour is to return to the fundamentals, not fundamentalism.

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Adulthood, Friendship Day, Relationships, Friendship

Why I think losing childhood friends is hurtful, yet liberating

You learn how to pull yourself out of despair. You become your own personal sun.

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Basant rath, Traffic police, Police, Jammu and kashmir police

Why Kashmir is outraged by Raj Bhawan’s action against top cop Basant Rath

By removing the popular IGP (Traffic) from his post, the J&K Governor has sent a wrong signal at the wrong time.

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Congress, BJP, India, Political opportunism

BJP and Congress are both opportunists. We all are guilty of enabling them

Our political parties, led by the liberal class, have detached themselves from the working class, and have become weak and irrelevant.

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RBI, BJP, Modi govt, Demonetisation

If demonetisation wasn't a failure, why isn't PM Modi celebrating its 'grand' 2nd anniversary?

Unfortunately, numbers don’t lie. That is why the Prime Minister is conspicuously missing.

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2019 Lok Sabha elections, Modi, RSS, Hindu Rashtra

Why there is no scope for the liberation of Shudras in RSS' Hindu Rashtra

The outcome of 2019 Lok Sabha elections depends on the Shudra realisation of their spiritual and socio-political status in the 'RSS Hindutva realm'.

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Air Pollution, Fire crackers,, Parliament, Laws

Why the judiciary needs to stop legislating

If judges are free to make laws, it would go against the principle of separation of powers.