Monthly Archives: March 2015

From the editor

Everybody was surprised when the Prime Minister of India landed at Safai in Uttar Pradesh last month. Narendra Modi takes every step very cautiously; so which strategy is the Safai visit part of? He went there to attend the tilak … Continue reading

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Vyapam woes for Shivraj

Arguably, February 2015 has been the blackest month in the political history of Madhya Pradesh for several reasons.¬†For one, on February 25, the embattled Shivraj Singh Chouhan government facilitated safe passage for tainted Governor Ram Naresh Yadav by a state … Continue reading

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Back to Roots

Secretaries with the Centre visit the place of their first posting to record changes over the decades and submit their recommendations to the state governments ON January 22 this year, when Ashok Lavasa, Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Forests, visited … Continue reading

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Importing a nuclear albatross?

There has been no sign of any nuclear renaissance or revival in the US, but nuclear multi-nationals along with the US government persist in pushing it down the throat of energy-starved India and our government is playing ball The Indo-US … Continue reading

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Will Kindle curb spying?

History seems to be repeating itself in the corridors of power in New Delhi. Three decades back, as Rajiv Gandhi was trying to usher in a new paradigm of governance based on his massive parliamentary majority, several spy cases rocked … Continue reading

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