Time and again there is a new political party that has almost same things to talk about in India. What changes is the generation.That’s heart wrenching and disgusting. I always wonder why is all that not happening? Why our politicians are never done with city and/or state roads? Why is it that there is constant a struggle to send our kids to schools (No! that has nothing to do with rich or poor). Why our women are not happy? In spite of being a country with a rich and diverse culture, why is there so much duality? We have the homes of rich located exactly in between the slums of poor? What is the ideal way of governance?
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Kabir Khan is all set to offer his new film that looks a promising political thriller. I can’t wait to see the movie. In love with the lead star cast Katrina Kaif and Saif Ali Khan. This is Kat’s second political flick after New York back in the year 2009. This is Kabir Khan’s second venture after Bajrangi Bhaijaan that is already been in news for all good reasons. Phantom is based on the 26/11 Mumbai Terror attacks that had shook the nation. Watch the trailer, I am sure you too do not want to miss this epic.
Winning a 67/70 in Delhi elections was historic beginning of the year 2015. It has never happened in the history of Indian politics that a common man stood up to fight against corruption and went on to become a CM of a stateless administration not once but twice. This is ‘PURE Democracy’. This peoples mandate. On the other side the dignity and respect of PM’s post has been constantly undermined by the careless silences and false promises within just one year of taking the oath. Trying to evaluate the situation in Delhi, I realize that the first and the most prominent thing that needs to happen in Delhi is full-statehood to end the duality of administration. The BJP is following a dictator attitude simply to stay in power and not let the elected government work in its entirety. This is clearly visible as the announcements of work and legitimate evaluations are suppressed by appointments and resignations of posts here and there to favor hooglism and waste time.
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In the wake of the government trying to control the veto power to vote, the former RBI Governor, C. Rangarajan has come forward and expressed his views on the move. Criticizing the suggestion to take away the veto power, he said that the power to decide the interest rates should remain with the Governor as central bank is capable to tackle inflation. He further insisted that the the question of veto power would not arise if we have a committee with majority of its members from RBI. The responsibility and accountability of RBI can then be established.
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The monsoon session has reached its 4th day in Indian Parliament and what we see is all kinds of disruption instead of talks, evaluations or proposals. The behavior of the people is the farthest from setting an example for the future generation – the only hope of their measures and initiations succeeding. India is know for its hospitality, values and culture that sets us apart as humans. While reading this if you see pictures of our parliament sessions, you probably will conclude something else.
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