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by Rajinder Puri
With smug satisfaction BJP leaders say that elections across India are Modi versus the rest. They bank on Mr. Modi’s popularity and predict a BJP single party majority eventually in all the states as the Nehru era Congress had obtained. Read On  
by Rajinder Puri  
Arguably Joe Louis was the greatest world heavyweight boxing champion of all time. He was an outstanding boxer and a lethally heavy puncher. His specialty was to counterpunch his opponent. Read On    
Kashmir Plebiscite:
Is it Still Relevant?

by Jaipal Singh
The question of the plebiscite becomes totally impracticable and irrelevant in the present scenario. Those who are still debating and raising the subject perhaps also know in their mind and heart that the issue is totally dead and futile in the present context. Read On

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- Can Modi Clean Up India by 2019?
by H.N. Bali  
If ever there was a country where political ham-handedness recklessly frittered away, a winning hand that it had been dealt, and with astonishing regularity, that is post-Independence India. One enviable institution that the British built and bequeathed to free India was a well-trained professional army which, when called upon to serve the Republic, acquitted itself most creditably. Indeed, the 1962 War is an exception. However, the reasons for its poor performance then, were entirely on account of inept political leadership.
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