The surge of Covid-19 cases during the last 2-3 weeks has resulted in once in a century crisis.  Sensing the emergency situation, the whole Governmentmachinery immediately swung into action by mobilizing all possible resources. Along with the efforts put together by the scientific community, health professionals, civil administration,  the Armed Forces too have pitched inRead More
किसी भी देश के इतिहास में बहुत कम अवसर ऐसे आते हैं जब विराट परिवर्तन देखने को मिलता है। 2014 का वर्ष भारत के राजनीतिक इतिहास में ऐसे ही विराट परिवर्तन का वर्ष था। उस समय देश की जनता अक्षम और भ्रष्ट प्रशासन से निजात पाना चाहती थी। पूरी खबर पढ़ें पर. ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPrint
  दक्षेस सम्मेलन में बाकी नेताओं के साथ राजनाथ सिंह    पाकिस्तान से जुड़े मुद्दों पर लंबे समय से निगाह रखने के कारण अगर मैं इसका विश्लेषण करूं तो यही कह सकता हूं कि भारत सरकार ने पाकिस्तान के साथ तमाम मतभेदों के बावजूद राजनाथ सिंह को पाकिस्तान भेजकर सही कदम उठाया क्योंकि यह कोईRead More
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh was not going to Pakistan for the SAARC meeting of home ministers. The meeting was scaled down because Afghanistan and Bangladesh had decided to pull out and most other countries were sending junior ministers and delegates. So, Rajnath Singh had instructed his office to scale down India’s participation, too, by sendingRead More
The primary panacea for terrorism is counter-terrorism. This prescription is especially applicable to rogue nation, Pakistan, which has become a state-sponsored rendezvous for terrorists and international criminals who reside and preside in luxury, plotting against humanity. Seeing Pakistan’s corrupt, sectarian, strife-ridden landscape, the world’s powerful nations and leaders are veering around the idea of usingRead More
BJP president Rajnath Singh, who is considered the most successful captain of the saffron ship, wants to stay put and lead the organisation. This is what the BJP chief would prefer, unless of course he comes under a lot of pressure from Prime Minister-designate Narendra Modi and others to join the government. Incidentally, Mr ModiRead More
Finance Minister P Chidambaram’s Vote on Account on Monday was nothing but a failed attempt to gloss over the failures of the UPA government. All he did was to juggle the numbers to come up with a fiscal deficit of 4.6 per cent for the year 2013-14, while rolling over fuel subsidies worth Rs 35,000Read More
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