Category Archives: Democracy

The take-aways, from the Indian General Election results 

Indian elections need to be re-graded, no more to be taken for granted, it is coming of age. Continue reading

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An Enigma called India

Understanding India is not easy, even famous historians have gone wrong.  Ours is an unpredictable country, the more the population, the more so. I recall the 1930s, we were less than a quarter of what we are now.  There were … Continue reading

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Not against Electoral Bonds but we need more transparency

All political activity, across the world, is funded by business, mafia, goons and corrupt practices of the governors themselves, India is no exception.  The BJP has all the vices of our saints and the politicians, only the party does not … Continue reading

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Democracy on Trial

Democracy on Trial (Written in 2014, post General elections) The Indian elections have come and gone. While they gave a very decisive mandate for good and effective governance, sans corruption, it has also thrown a dangerous possibility about our democratic … Continue reading

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Open Letter to Chief Justice of India – Jagdish Singh Kheha – MOCKERY OF JUSTICE IN INDIA

Is a court judgment so flimsy as to be negated by the bureaucracy?   Is the Court not feeling a hurt pride to its Majesty, and its motto of ” yatho dharma thathao jayah”? Continue reading

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Ayodhya Dispute – For Muslims, it is ‘heads I win, tails you lose’.

The Supreme Court has now hinted that it will uphold the Allahabad High Court verdict in favour of the temple, if the parties cannot agree mutually on a fair settlement. For the Muslims, it is ‘heads I win, tails you lose’. The Mullahs and clerics do not want to take the blame on themselves, so they ask for a court verdict which, if unfavourable, would not stick to them. Continue reading

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About returning awards…

I have always been against these awards being given by the Government. I know many are bought for money, or other favours. A Sachin Tendulkar getting Bharat Ratna while a Tarun Das who put Indian Industry on the World Map … Continue reading

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