The measures announced by the Finance Ministry and the RBI, don’t bode well for the Indian industry. This is a heartfelt notion and devoid of any kind of reactionism that many people might term it as this assessment is a very myopic overview of the cyclical manner the economy of a nation such as India … Read more Nationalisation of Industry in the Offing: Socio-Economic Justice
Any eventuality or even an Act of God can be effectively dealt with when there is some legal/ legislative framework available to those who are tasked with dealing with a situation that is a crisis. It is for this reason we have protocols encoded in various laws to offer a very systematic approach to deal … Read more Making a Case for Public Health (Prevention, Control & Management of Epidemics, Bio-terrorism and Disasters) Bill, 2017 Over Epidemic Diseases Act-1897: Legislative Impropriety
With epedemiologist Ramanan Laxminarayanan hinting at around 1 million deaths in the COVID-19 spread, the India Inc. is certainly up to take a long term hit, and further deepen the economic woes of the people with time. The people involved in services under public administration have implemented phased, and abrupt lockdowns all over India, spread … Read more Economy Beyond COVID-19: The Story of a Declining Lion
A few moments ago central minister for heavy industries and public enterprises of India Mr. Prakash Javadekar along with the Minister the Law and Justice, Communications and Electronics and Information Technology Mr. Ravi Shankar Prasad, announced on the public television via a joint press conference making us aware of the steps that the government will … Read more Investments and Development-2020 Amid COVID-19
What the Congress meant in 1885, it has become the same in 2020. This may simply mean that when A.O. Hume conceived of the Indian National Congress, he never thought that some man called Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi would come from somewhere, and alter the narrative of the freedom struggle. Till that time the Congress was … Read more Ideological Aspects of Congress Mukt Bharat
The demography of the State of Delhi comprises of majority people coming from the middle classes and the lower classes. The lower middle classes and the lower class are the people who are more reliant on faith than anything else, firstly, and secondly their monthly budgets matter to them more than anything else, thus is … Read more Why Are The Delhi Elections a Mandate on Hindutva and Not on Kaam!
India has been witnessing serious protests and drama of great depth that challenge the very basic foundations of the democratic republic, and openly portray a blind distortion or subjugation of Constitutional values at the altar of absurd Salafi Jihadists breeding on the land of diversity. The protests have been about the misinformation propaganda that has … Read more Islam Needs a Renaissance: Islamic Communalism
I don’t intend to hurt the feelings of either the Hindus, or the Mussalman, but I need to say it, we are not secular in our heads. This is clearly evident from the incidents that just happened over the last few days over the Citizenship Amendment Act, 2019 and the proposed implementation of the National … Read more Communalism: The Congress and BJP Legacy
On the 6th of December, 1992, the right wing of the Indian political spectrum, executed the plan hatched years ago with very specific aims and goals, but the plan was based on the demolition of the Babri Masjid, which was built by the first Mughal ruler, Babur in the 14th century. The right-wing ideologues specifically … Read more Why is Ram Mandir important?