Indian Politics · Narendra Modi · Politics · Selective Outrage

Political Tussle On Women Entry in Temples

While worrying ourselves over gender discrimination at the abode of gods, we have got into smart trap of degrading the culture, demeaning Hindu religion and getting into a non-issue of matter.  With this topic, we have brought the gods down to earth, dissected them on TV panels and hauled them to courts. Lets pause for a moment and… Continue reading Political Tussle On Women Entry in Temples

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All you want to know about President’s rule in Arunachal Pradesh

President’s Rule: On Jan 26,2016 President Pranab Mukherjee gave his assent for central rule in Arunachal Pradesh with Congress and other Opposition parties calling it a “murder of democracy.” Political Background: In the House of 60, BJP has 11, Congress has 47 MLAs and 2 independent MLA. Leader of 21 Congress rebel MLAs in Arunachal… Continue reading All you want to know about President’s rule in Arunachal Pradesh

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History of President’s Rule in Indian states

Facts of President’s Rule: Which is the Indian state where president’s rule was imposed for the first time? Article 356 was used for the first time during Vimochana samaram to dismiss the democratically elected Communist state government of Kerala on July 31, 1959. Vimochana samaram: On 1 November 1956, the state of Kerala was formed… Continue reading History of President’s Rule in Indian states

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An unfortunate tale of politics on a suicide!

Student who died – Dalit (his brother, father and mother are OBC but he has an SC certificate!) Student he assaulted – Dalit UoH Vice Chancellor – OBC Modi – OBC Minister Dattatreya – Dalit Who are being blamed? – Generals. Hhmmmmm…. He was a Dalit student on scholarship at a prestigious university. Many students belonging… Continue reading An unfortunate tale of politics on a suicide!

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A London Overground sign to brighten your day

Photo post by @RichyDispatch. Source: A London Overground sign to brighten your day

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Why is it dangerous to ignore Malda riots for India?

All you must know about Malda riots and aftermath.