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by Rajinder Puri
For over sixty years our political system has suffered from the High Command culture that makes democracy farcical. It was created by the Congress party and spread to other parties. It gave rise to the dynasty culture that has now landed the Congress party in possibly a terminal crisis. It violates a basic tenet of democracy. It is important to appreciate why. Read On   
   
Kashmir Conundrum:
Myths & Realities
by Jaipal Singh   
Facts of partition of India in August, 1947 have been discussed and debated umpteen times and a lot of fairly accurate and credible information is easily available in public domain. At the time of Independence in 1947, India broadly comprised of two sets of territories i.e. the territories under the direct control of the British Crown, and the territories over which the British had suzerainty but were under the control of their hereditary rulers. In addition, there were some colonial territories under France and Portugal such as Pondicherry and Goa. Based mainly on two-nation theory, the British India was divided into two nations, namely the Dominion of India and the Dominion of Pakistan. Read On
by H.N. Bali
One of the legacies of Jawaharlal was the Kashmir albatross that India has worn around its neck for over six and a half decades. A godsend opportunity to resolve the solution-defying problem presented itself at the Shimla Conference after the 1971 Bangladesh war. If ever a person holding three aces lost in a rummy round to those with very weak hands, that person was Nehru’s beloved daughter, Indira Gandhi. Read On 
  
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