India Needs To Do A Lot More for its Women

We pride ourselves on our deep-rooted cultural roots and moral values, often going out of our way to defend and uphold our cultural identity. Women form a very important part of this culture and many of the Gods we worship and revere are feminine. Wo

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Smriti Irani Vs. Pallam Raju: A Tale Of Two HRD Ministers

I have had the pleasure of meeting Mallipudi Mangapati Pallam Raju (HRD Minister 2012-2014) on several occasions in the last year. The first time I met him, he politely asked me if I could help him with some research for a 30-minute TV panel discussi

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Assembly Elections Confirm The Four Principles That Work In Indian Politics

Elections in India continue to be easily predictable if one does not get too involved with them and get misguided by meaningless statistics.  Using fundamental principles, analysts are increasingly able to predict elections as well as polls. Sur

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For Ambedkar's Sake, Article 356 Deserves A Thorough Relook

Article 356 of the Indian constitution, more commonly known as 'President’s Rule' could easily be classified as one of the most controversial elements of our beautifully crafted constitution. The constitutional history of the article ca

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Captain Vijayakanth: King or Kingmaker?

Co-authored with Kasturi Ramanathan “Marubadiyum Kekkuraen, King aah? Kingmaker aah?” (I’m asking you again, King or Kingmaker?), Vijayakanth at a recent public rally with his party men was eloquent about how he wanted to be the K

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Amma's Comeback Might Just Be A Hell Lot Easier Than We Thought

India is a country of extreme weather, where droughts and floods can occur simultaneously in different regions. Having said so, the intensity of damage caused by them can be massively avoided with appropriate disaster response mechanisms from the gov

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