@India272 not for Modi, not for BJP but for ourselves, our children, our future. If we lose this one, there will be little left to save. — Atanu Dey (@atanudey) August 28, 2013 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js
Shantanu Bhagwat has a post at his Reclaiming India blog at The Times of India website in which he states that Indians must not stand as neutral observers in the upcoming general elections because the UPA is “an existential threat… Read More ›
Political parties are like firms in the marketplace. The same principles that drive the behavior of firms drive the behavior of political parties. They collude if they can, and gain from their collusion at the expense of the consumers. Here… Read More ›
The power of having truth on your side is Narendra Modi’s biggest weapon against the barrage of pseud-secular bullshit that he has to routinely face from journalists. A few days ago I had posted one example of Modi’s devastating reply… Read More ›
Narendrabhai Modi won for the third consecutive time the Gujarat State assembly elections. Like in the earnings report of a corporation that analysts expect to be the outcome, the market already incorporates into its calculations the results and therefore it… Read More ›
An impartial observer, a Vulcan perhaps with some contextual background information on India, would surely note one striking fact about the Indian political scene from what gets generally reported in the main stream media. That fact is the near universal… Read More ›
The contrast between Narendra Modi and Manmohan Singh is stark and blindingly obvious.
There’s an article on Shri Narendra Modi in TIME.