My thoughts on arrest of jundal, Tunda and Yasin Bhatkal

It is very much visible that Abu Jundal, Abdul Karim Tunda and now founder of Indian Mujahideen Yasin Bhatkal has been arrested with joint operation of our intelligence agencies with support of US agencies. What could be the reason behind the US cooperation with our intelligence agencies. Few points come to my mind. Continue reading “My thoughts on arrest of jundal, Tunda and Yasin Bhatkal”

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Shah Bano to Isharat Jahan we have returned to 80’s

In the decade of 80’s I was merely a child but watching the developments going around me with great curiosity.  I can remember those developments in chronological order which happened after 1984. I was too young at the time of general elections for 1984 were in discussions and the failed experience of Janta Party was a great cause of worry among the opposition groups. Leaders like chandrashekhar ,  Chaudhary Charan Singh and Atal Bihari vajpee were preparing to make Congress out of power but the unfortunate incident of assassination of Smt Indira Gandhi happened and the whole political scenario changed in few days. Continue reading “Shah Bano to Isharat Jahan we have returned to 80’s”

Will Modi be the instrument for change in India?

The social, political and economic atmosphere of country is charged with heavy discussion of uncertainty. If you talk to any people ranging from any class to any gender or any age group one thing is very common that is aspiration for change. The change for which they are looking is not easy even for them to define also but they are looking for it. Most of the discussions are taking place from streets to restaurants and drawing room to Television channels are the political scenario of country post 2014 general elections. But here issues are larger than politics. Continue reading “Will Modi be the instrument for change in India?”

Has Secularism failed us?

The concept of ideology and “ISM” is western concept and modern phenomenon and every ideology or Ism has its life. According to “Sanatan Dharma” the truth is one and constant in its soul but we feel it in our three dimensional effect in every era according to our limitations and that form of truth can be described as the ideology for a particular period of time and I find no contradiction between west and our concept of ideology which we define in different way. Continue reading “Has Secularism failed us?”

Who are afraid of Narendra Modi?

Although Indian parliament has almost one year to complete its term before general elections are being declared but the speculations, gossips and assessment are there to hint something else. Beyond all these buzz one interesting question remains unanswered why chief minister of Gujarat Narendra Modi is every time in discussion either from his admirers or from his baiters?  Narendra Modi is the second Non Congress leader apart from former BJP Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpaee who has been in discussion so often even before he has been officially announced as the prime Ministerial candidate from the largest opposition party BJP. Continue reading “Who are afraid of Narendra Modi?”

Future of right wing politics in India

When we talk for Indian politics often we see it after the independence and perhaps it is the right perspective to see it. On This basis if we try to read the politics of next decade  we need to take in to account the role of major components of Indian politics and their place in society as well.

After  the independence of country in political arena there was no political power except of Congress but with the prism of society and literature this independence was half hearted and was  not absolute in their definition and due to this  the famous Hindi  poet and person close to Congress party shri Ramdhari Singh Dinkar  wrote an epic called “ Parashuram ki Pratishka” ( Waithing for the Parashuram Mythological figure and incarnation of Lord Vishnu who was partly Brahmin and Kshatriya)  )  and in this epic he called for the nation to be prepare for the changes in future . Continue reading “Future of right wing politics in India”

Forget Mumbai Blasts it is season of clemency

After almost two decades when Supreme Court delivered its final verdict on the serial blasts in Mumbai in 1993 it was thought that finally Justice has been done to the victims of the blasts but this hope evaporated very soon when new debate started from out of this verdict.

The noted film actor Sanajy Dutt who has been convicted from lower court to supreme court in arms act (Who have been absolved from the charge of terrorism from TADA court with political interference) has been produced before people of the country as the most innocent and reformed person and deserved to be let off without serving his sentence and for this reason discretionary power of governor should be used to provide him clemency. Continue reading “Forget Mumbai Blasts it is season of clemency”