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Goongi Goodiya
or Indira the Great?

by Rajinder Puri
President Mr. Pranab Mukherjee in the first installment of a trilogy of his memoirs, The Dramatic Decade: The Indira Gandhi Years, has recounted his version of the Emergency period. He has recalled the turbulent times when Indira Gandhi after being described as a ‘goongi gudiya’ (dumb doll) by Ram Manohar Lohia in parliament rose to become the nation’s supreme leader. Read On

Is it RSS Versus Modi?
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- Modi Insults Indian Army  
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Of Kissing and Moral Policing  
Stridently Aggressive Designs
by H.N. Bali
H G Wells, you’ll recall, conjectured on the world-in-the-making from 1933 until the year 2106 in his famous science fiction, The Shape of Things to Come. ... However, if someone, today, attempts to speculate on the world as it would be, say, by mid-twenty-first century, he will be on safe wicket if he pictures China as the world’s largest country, controlling half the globe, whose rulers visit Beijing every year on the occasion of the Chinese New Year to kowtow to the President of the People’s Republic of China. Read On  

by Madhu Guptan
In the dawn of the twenty first century, dark clouds in the form of rising fanaticism, Islamofascism, terrorism, mindless violence and criminality are intimidating Humanity. These vicious assaults on civilization have the potential of launching a new catastrophic world war, a war to the finish ... Read On 

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