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Telangana, a new political reality

But, angry protests in Seemandhra and Rayalaseema We need to see Andhra Pradesh developments in a larger framework of India’s federal governance. True democracy entails a fair share of political power to all sections of society. Thus the Telangana movement … Continue reading

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“Nakedness” of the system

Weak leadership & governance without accountability With a fresh scam surfacing every other day, adding to those already under probe, the national scene has never been more depressing.  Is anything going right at all with governance? There seems little hope … Continue reading

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Nothing is “theek hai”, Mr Prime Minister !

We continue to hear the echo in the media and social network the world over the December 16 gang-rape case of the 23-year-old para-medical student in South Delhi. Socially and governance-wise, this is probably the worst negative publicity this country … Continue reading

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J&K : empowerment of grassroots is the answer

The right and genuine dose of democracy from the grassroots upward is the only answer to the spectre of terrorism in India, observes  Hari Jaisingh Youthful Congress leader Rahul Gandhi needs to be commended for having taken a major initiative … Continue reading

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