The way it should be

Politicians are the same all over.  They promise to build a bridge even where there is no river. 

                                                                                                          ~Nikita Khrushchev

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Why India needs a strong villain?

Posted by VASUDEVA REDDY on Friday, March 17, 2017, In : Political Issues 

We have seen things which we didn’t dream of. In 2014, a party stormed into the power to lead world’s largest democracy with a landslide victory, which is certainly a strange thing to the generation of people who were grown up with the coalitions. We may waive this off as a onetime luck due to the anti-incumbent wave that swept across the country after a decade long scandals. But, one might think otherwise after witnessing similar kind of results in recent Uttar Pradesh, the largest state...


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Modi and the challenges ahead

Posted by VASUDEVA REDDY on Sunday, June 1, 2014, In : economic articles 

Narendra Modi aka NaMo has sworn-in as the 15th prime minister of the largest democracy in the world amidst of huge expectations from the citizens of India. In accordance with the expectations, the initial moves of Modi were actually in the right direction, be it SIT for bringing back black money or the tiny cabinet for ‘ minimum government and maximum governance’ promise. Markets responded very positives by touching life time highs, foreign inflows picked up. CAD for Q4 of 2013-14 sharpl...


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Hitler: Man who owned a nation

Posted by VASUDEVA REDDY on Tuesday, May 29, 2012, In : economic articles 

Adolf Hitler, a name that scared the world for over 15 years, a name that acted as synonym for a country, a name that killed 15 million people, a name that built an economic super power. How can one see this man, as a dictator, as a politician, as an army general or as an economist or anything else? When people are talking so great about Abraham Lincoln who became president of US from nothing, why not people talk about Hitler in the same way? Is it just because he was the reason behind Second...


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Independence Day

Posted by Vinoth Kumar K on Monday, August 15, 2011,

                                                                                                               “Liberty is the breath of life to nations” said Sir Bernard Shaw. We got our second life after our Independence from British on Aug 15th 1947. Wish you all very happy Independence Day.

We owe a lot to the Indians, who taught us how to count, without which no worthwhile scientific discovery could have been made!" -- Albert Einstein.  

Independence Day is a good time to examin...


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IRON LADY OF MANIPUR- THE WORLDS LONGEST HUNGER STRIKER

Posted by K Vinoth Kumar on Saturday, June 18, 2011,

Hunger strike - the word is so familiar for the Indians (atleast for the politicians) and it become a hot topic for the past few months. It becomes a very powerful weapon these days starting with Anna Hazare’s hunger strike which lasted from 5th April 2011 to 9th April 2011 for 98 hours. This movement showed the world about the unity of common people against the corruption which grown into a gigantic dragon in India. In the same time I came across an article about a lady who is in hunger st...


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KASHMIR: a never known mystery and an everlasting history

Posted by VASUDEVA REDDY on Tuesday, May 17, 2011, In : economic articles 

Why India and Pakistan are fighting for Kashmir?? Don’t they have any other place to fight for??? What is so much special about Kashmir to fight for and to spend billions of rupees. When exactly the war has started for Kashmir????

The war has started for Pakistan at the moment of partition. Yes, just at the moment of partition. What was there behind that? Actually there are many ‘so called’ secrets lies behind the partition, particularly in the case of Kashmir.  Louis Mountbatten was t...


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Causes and Consequences of Emergency in India

Posted by VASUDEVA REDDY on Friday, January 7, 2011,

It is clear from the history that all the great nations have to face crisis at some point of time. America faced the great depression from the year 1929 to the late 30’s. Japan was swept out in the World War 2 by the American military forces. At the start of the last decade of new millennium soviet union demised. Independent India also faced such a worst condition in the time of ‘emergency’. Many journalists described that period as the DARK PERIOD of independent india. It was such a sh...


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