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by Rajinder Puri 
In every society the elite plays the key role in determining its value system and policy direction. Politicians govern and people vote but the elite sets agenda. In India the public displays better sense than the elite. These thoughts occur after viewing TV debates sparked by several new books of former officials revealing inside details of the UPA government. Read On    
   
by Rajinder Puri 
India is a democracy. But are we living in a democratic system? Is there rule of law in our nation? It seems not. Read On 
  
This Governor Won't March! 
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Nature Nudges Kashmir Policy 
by Jaipal Singh 
When Mr Jamshetji Tata took initiative in early twentieth century to install a Hydroelectric Power Station (72 MW) at Khopoli, Lonavala to light up Mumbai in1915, I am reasonably sure that making profit out of it would have been the last thing in his mind. Instead, his interprising efforts were driven by the goal and vision of a cheap, clean and abundant power for the people of the country as basic needs of the economic progress. Read On
   
by H.N. Bali 
Have you ever run into the term DEF factor? Probably, not! It’s another American coinage which has invaded the language. It stands for the broad direction, energy and faith of what lies ahead. And there is hardly any doubt that Modi began his innings with a pronounced print of DEF factor. Secondly, Head Start ... Read On  
  
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