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Union Budget 2023 – A Responsible Budget Sans Fiscal Profligacy!
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Union Budget 2023 – A Responsible Budget Sans Fiscal Profligacy!

All inclusive growth strategy is the foundation of an independently developed economy and ready Bharat to play a larger global role. Bharat’s finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented a responsible budget on behalf of the BJP-led government on Wednesday. It is on expected lines. Conservative in content and spirit, but the budget for 2023 – 24 […]

Guided by Pak’s ISI, Terrorists of ARSA from Myanmar entering India, say Intel reports
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Guided by Pak’s ISI, Terrorists of ARSA from Myanmar entering India, say Intel reports

As part of a secret plot of the Myanmar authorities, guerilla-trained members of the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) are entering Bharat and joining local jihadist outfits in Jammu & Kashmir, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal and northeastern provinces with the notorious agenda of spreading jihadist terror. According to a credible source, members of ARSA, who […]

When Indira Gandhi banned BBC for two years during the 1970s for “biased and derogatory” coverage!
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When Indira Gandhi banned BBC for two years during the 1970s for “biased and derogatory” coverage!

The central government on Friday invoked its emergency powers to direct YouTube and Twitter to remove links to the BBC documentary which has been “selective” truth about Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s role in the 2002 Gujarat riots. Of course, the so-called liberals har happy with this documentary giving them another chance to rant about the […]

All you wanted to know about Waqf in India – An FAQ
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All you wanted to know about Waqf in India – An FAQ

India has the largest chunk of Waqf lands in the world. Here are answers to frequently asked questions about Waqf properties & boards. Each Q&A has an observation. We also examine provisions of the Companies and Income-Tax Acts and note that equality before the law is a myth. A few headlines and articles ignited this […]

Understanding the Multi-Dimensional Frameworks working assiduously to Disintegrate Bharat
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Understanding the Multi-Dimensional Frameworks working assiduously to Disintegrate Bharat

Rajiv Malhotra and Vijaya Vishwanathan’s new masterpiece “Snakes in the Ganga”, has recently become the pioneering document and a well-researched body of literature, on how the American intelligentsia, spearheaded by Harvard University is intellectually influencing a new generation of “sepoys”, from research scholars to academicians, and Journalists to top bureaucrats, who make the critical decisions […]

Goa Liberation – How Common People came together to fight the Colonists
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Goa Liberation – How Common People came together to fight the Colonists

19th December is celebrated as Goa Mukti Divas or the Goa Liberation Day. The Liberation of Goa didn’t happen till 19th December 1961, even though the rest of India gained independence in 1947! It happened after thousands of freedom fighters fought a long arduous battle for freedom against the Portuguese Govt. Most Indians think that the whole […]

Russia and Sri Lanka to use the Indian rupee for International Trade
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Russia and Sri Lanka to use the Indian rupee for International Trade

Crisis-hit Sri Lanka and Russia will be the first countries to use the Indian rupee trade settlement mechanism. This allows countries to use Indian rupees instead of dollars and other major currencies for International transactions. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has approved banks to open 5 special rupee trading accounts, called Vostro accounts, for […]

Why PETA or its partisan campaigns have no place in India?
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Why PETA or its partisan campaigns have no place in India?

PETA and other Animal Rights bodies are under the scanner, after the demise of “Lakshmi” as Tamil Nadu’s “Jallikattu” case resumes in Supreme Court. Animal Rights, as with human rights is a good, noble cause. It can be a tough balancing act with good intentions on the one hand and stringent implementation/enforcement on the other. […]