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Rahul Vs Congress

Posted by Neeraj Singh on July 9, 2011 at 8:15 AM Comments comments (0)

Until few days back, talk of the town was Rahul Gandhi. He was almost on all major debates, discussions across all print & media channels, for he was on his padyatra in UP. He was trying to get a sense of the situation on the ground. His motive seemed, well better known to himself, that he was trying to do all this in the wake of upcoming elections in UP. All parties, BJP & BSP in general, criticised the whole padyatra vociferously, on the above mentioned pretext.

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Transparency Revolutions

Posted by Pankaj Raman on June 12, 2011 at 5:52 AM Comments comments (0)

India is passing through a transparency revolution, but powerful sections are not yet ready for the transition, Defense Minister AK Antony said...

It seems to most sensible comments given by one of the politicians of current government. A lot of debates going in Media regarding Lokpal bill, corruptions ,success/failure of ANDOLAN but question is not all about this, it is that at least all of us have started talking about this.( from face book to face to face). We have now valid reason t...

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He seemed sincere, this guy seems opportunist

Posted by Neeraj Singh on June 4, 2011 at 7:42 AM Comments comments (2)

He was sincerely seemed to be working towards the cause of fighting against corruption. He didn’t do any tamasha. He had a group of people working towards the cause. They generated a lot of collateral before they came out in full protest. They built a consensus around the cause amongst Indians. They went to every political party & submitted to take their cause. None bent. They then decided to do that by themselves. Their modus operandi was simple. Get the Government to table & f...

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Buck up, MMS

Posted by Neeraj Singh on June 1, 2011 at 10:04 AM Comments comments (0)

November of 2000 is when Sharmilla started her fast. She was fasting against the tyranny of the Indian state for implementing AFSPA in Manipur. AFSPA, as manipuries say, jolted them from inside. It took away their peace & instead gave them a life filled with daily abuse at the hands of the armed forces & local police, daily killings of both criminal elements as well as of naives. She started her fast & brought it to the parliament....

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Party Politics must GO

Posted by Neeraj Singh on May 21, 2011 at 5:35 PM Comments comments (0)

I am sure I won't be too incorrect if I say that in today's political process within the country, it's the political party that plays a bigger role than the candidate himself. Most of the voters don't necessarilly vote for an individual rather the banner under which he is fighting. The cadre votes & the caste votes are mainly reserved for some of the specific political...

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Reforms are needed in India: Not just Electoral, Political too

Posted by Neeraj Singh on April 16, 2011 at 5:38 PM Comments comments (0)

Today we are plagued by many an issue with the contemporary practices within Indian Political & Electoral system. It ranges from the type of candidate to their affiliations, Populism, Criminalization, Regionalism, and Casteism amongst other issues. I have tried putting my views below on some of these concerning issues.


They must go. Regional political outfits have created further divide in the nation th...

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Posted by ankita on April 1, 2011 at 2:00 AM Comments comments (1)

India's population rose to 1.21 billion people over the last 10 years — an increase by 181 million, according to the new census released today, but significantly the growth is slower for the first time in nine decades.

The population, which accounts for world's 17.5 per cent population, comprises 623.7 million males and 586.5 million females, said a provisional 2011 Census report. China is the most populous nation acounting for 19.4 per cent of the global population.

The c...

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Indian Agriculture: Ways to look forward

Posted by Neeraj Singh on March 19, 2011 at 8:07 AM Comments comments (0)

Indian agriculture, by far, has been the most neglected sector within India since independence. You have both school of thoughts in India. Those who aspire to revolutionize everything by industrialization while there are few who still think that the Indian agriculture can be salvaged.

To salvage anything for that matter, certain basic requirements are needed:

  1. One must not have a large degree of dependency on the external factors. Even If the external factor / environment...
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Organized (Business) Crime in India

Posted by Neeraj Singh on January 22, 2011 at 7:05 AM Comments comments (0)

I am sure most of you would know the title very well but probably what you read now will not really be the literal sense of what your head is at. Keeping one devoid of his rightful earning is also a crime & if you do it in a structured & coherent way with knowledge of all known across industry, how can you not call it as a part of organized crime. Just that there are ways of doing it & the industries that we are talking of are quite closely knit hence less of "halla-gulla".

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What have we done to you?

Posted by Neeraj Singh on December 7, 2010 at 3:28 PM Comments comments (2)

Some mindless people have entered the city. This used to be the title headlines some 10 to 20 years back when elders would meet for a quick discussion over morning walk. This was at the time when a city that slept well suddenly shook up to the news of bomb blasts during the morning news. These creatures then lived on in the same city. Ate our food, spoke our language, mingled with us all but all thru the morning. As dawn neared its glory of shade, these creatures went to another world. Discus...

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