Browsing All Posts filed under »Politics«

Top Tweets of the Day- May 16, 2014

May 16, 2014


1. Suhel Seth is one man who never fails to troll Delighted that famed Bengali intellectualism will be represented by Moon Moon Sen! — SUHEL SETH (@suhelseth) May 16, 2014 2. The dawn of a new ear, an era without KRK. Modi Ji has won so I am leaving India forever with Shoaib Akhtar. Bye […]

The death of Asom Gana Parishad

March 31, 2014


The demise of regional politics in Assam started right after the rise of the Congress Government of Tarun Gogoi in 2001. A generation that grew up during the phase of Assam Agitation of 1985 would probably understand the value and importance of regionalism, much more that what we do today. Since independence, the region of […]

If we can’t form the Government nor can you

January 3, 2014


As the nation celebrates the Aam Admi fever, very few realize that a name is slowly fading away in the social network trends. Prior to September 13, 2013 the hype was already there; and post September 13 Facebook and Twitter feeds were just full of one name, Narendra Modi. Yes, after he being named the […]

The Aam Scoop

November 6, 2013


The past decade has seen an immense change in the electoral politics of India. Political parties have adapted themselves to the change in the trends and have evolved from an era of print campaigns to internet campaigns. It has been in the tradition of our political parties to capture vote banks since the inception of […]

Bal Thackeray: The Demigod of Maharashtra

December 26, 2012


Leaders! Seldom in the history, born are certain people, who have the capability and attitude to lead a group, society or a religion. After the demise of the Indira Gandhi era, there was no such person who had the caliber of influencing whole of the nation. Many leaders came up front, from Atal Bihari Vajpaiee […]

78% Turn out, Criminals and Crorepatis: Gujarat 2012

December 15, 2012


The Gujarat Elections 2012 surely displays the current trend and position Indian politics. I am yet to set the level of disappointment with the current system of Indian politics, where as the rich and to an extent notoriously influential are actually nominated to be the leader. It would not be wrong to say that criminal […]