Arvind Kejriwal

नरेंद्र मोदींच्या दिग्विजयाचे ‘खलनायक’!

स्वतंत्र भारताच्या इतिहासात प्रथमच एका गैर-काँग्रेसी सरकारने पाच वर्षांचा कार्यकाळ पूर्ण करत पुढील पाच वर्षांसाठी पुन्हा बहुमत प्राप्त केले आहे. २०१९ च्या लोकसभा निवडणुकीत मतदारांनी केवळ नरेंद्र मोदी सरकारवर विश्वास व्यक्त केलेला नाही, तर मोदी सरकारला जाहीर आव्हान देणाऱ्या सर्व राजकीय पक्षांवर व नेत्यांवर अविश्वास व्यक्त केला आहे. याच वेळी भारतीय जनता पक्षाच्या नेतृत्वातील राष्ट्रीय …

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Invisible Hand in Anna Movement

The sequence of events since the Anna Hazare movement suggests a conspiratorial political roadmap. Was a movement spearheaded by India against Corruption during the UPA-II period created by the RSS? Were Anna Hazare and Arvind Kejriwal propped up by the Hindutva mother-body? These are not new questions and the RSS itself would perhaps not fight …

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A 21-day shutdown in India

The real heroes emerging out of the coronavirus situation are several state governments. Long before the central government plunged into action, many state governments had undertaken various preventive measures to halt the spread of the virus. The states of Kerala, Maharashtra, and Delhi need a special mention for their early efforts to curb the virus …

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Communal politics, the Delhi Riots, and the BJP

The BJP leadership, which is over-sensitive about the subject of election victories, and is fully aware of who delivers the ruling party its electoral dividends, obviously chose not to disappoint the perpetrators of violence. If violence could only be stopped after 96 hours, it is entirely possible for the union government to control it within …

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RTI is dying, but who will bell the cat?

The BJP doesn’t need the right to information act anymore with the achievement of the almost hegemonic position in electoral politics. The Prime Minister and the BJP-party chief turned home minister have thrown the gauntlet at the civil society of the country by amending the Right to Information Act (RTI). What was considered as a …

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