Monthly Archives: May 2014

Of style, rhetoric and Modi

Before and after Independence, India has had a galaxy of leaders who cast a spell on the people with their simplicity of style, honesty of purpose and sincerity in tone. However, the language and the tone of most of the … Continue reading

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Meeting Young India aspirations

Gigantic tasks ahead for Modi The country can no longer work on adhocism and half-baked centralized mechanism. This Delhi-centric remote control has proved to be a disaster. We have to restore the spirit of federalism and work for a viable … Continue reading

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Modi and ‘India First’ common sense

Instead of opting for the grandiloquent Rashtrapati Bhavan forecourt Prime Minister Narendra Modi would have done well to confine the swearing-in ceremony to the historic Darbar Hall with special invitees from representative ranks of chaiwalas from Vadodara and Varanasi. (There … Continue reading

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Modi and ‘India First’ common sense

By Hari Jaisingh May 26 will go down in the history of India as a watershed of Changes. This is not a routine change of players and parties. The change for a Better Tomorrow has been brought about by a … Continue reading

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