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Violence in Gujarat; Varanasi asks PM Modi to quit! What’s next?

Anusha Bhattacharya

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In Gujarat these days protests against the anti-migrants, especially on the UP-Bihar people, is growing more in numbers, after the alleged rape of a 14-month-old minor in Sabarkantha district last week. Thousands of migrants from Uttar Pradesh and Bihar fleeing Gujarat everyday, and the mob attacks are still going on them. Now we can see its reactions happening back in the state of Uttar Pradesh, particularly in Varanasi, which is also Prime Minister’s Parliamentary constituency. Clearly the state and the Central Government is responsible for all the ruckus that has been created. The rift within the community, the lack of employment amongst the youth and most importantly the safety and security of minors. A heinous act has been done to a 14-month-old child..And no politician is ready to talk about that. Seems like the lawmakers of our country are only concerned about the upcoming lok sabha elections and not solving the common man’s problem..

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Is Ram Madhav the new wazir of Jammu & Kashmir?

Anusha Bhattacharya

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Ram Madhav says that the sense of alienation is a euphemism for Kashmir and its there for last 30 years..funny then one wonders when and how will this hardcore hindu hardliner person is going to develop its trust within the people of Jammu and Kashmir.

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Why is Philip Kotler presidential award confidental?

Anusha Bhattacharya

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on monday received the first ever Philip Kotler presidential award for his outstanding leadership. According to the award citation, prime minister modi was selected for his ‘selfless service of India’ combined with his ‘tireless energy’ that has resulted in extraordinary economic, social and technological advances in the country. This ‘first ever award’, is also said to be “a very confidential award”.. but why?

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The real reason behind SP-BSP Alliance keeping Congress out

Arti Ghargi

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January 12, 2019 marked a significant day for Uttar Pradesh’s political discourse. The day when history repeated itself. For the political observers it was a deja vu moment. The arch rivals Samajwadi Party and Bahujan Samajwadi Party officially announced their alliance for the 2019 Lok Sabha election. This was a stark reminder of that moment when almost 2 decades ago the first generation leaders of the parties Mulayam Singh Yadav and Kanshi Ram came together to fight the assembly elections. However, the SP-BSP Alliance kept Congress out. The same Mayawati whose closeness to Sonia Gandhi made headlines is now sounding poll bugle against the Congress.Both Akhilesh Yadav and Mayawati and the SP-BSP are considered a major part of the larger opposition alliance. So why the SP-BSP alliance turned down Congress’ friendship offer? In this show, we will decode what is the real reason behind SP-BSP Alliance snubbing the Congress and going ahead with the “regional only” alliance.

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