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Are Indian Employees Immature? A Counter-view

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The Politics of Hatred

By Professor Himanshu Rai I am deeply saddened by the hatred that is being spewed left, right and centre (politically …

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While the World sees China as global power, for India it is US : Survey

We are in a truly multipolar world. The US is still ahead, but large swathes of the world view China …

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Our Demoralised Higher Education System: A Lived Experience

Representational Purpose Only, Source: Wikimedia Commons By Dr Shraddha Srivastava  I am astonished when I was gone through the many …

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Weak and Wobbly

By Amar Diwakar The U.K. general election verdict is official: a hung parliament it is. Devoid of an overall majority, the …

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Beyond the Rentier State: The ‘Uneven & Combined Development’ of the Persian Gulf

  By Amar Diwakar The experience of the world economy since the postwar boom has been one of sharp divergence, …

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The Board of Confusion for Cricket in India

BCCI on the one hand is taking the fight head on with game’s ruling body the ICC over its revenue …

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Syrian Civil War: Levantine Charnel House: An Analytical and Moral Cul-de-sac

By Amar Diwakar Scratch the surface, and the sectarian nature of the Syrian civil war is a subterranean expression of an …

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India’s Power Surge: A Paradox of Plenty?

By Kartikeya Singh India’s state power ministers convened in Delhi recently for an unusual group meeting. The event had a dual purpose: …

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Reasons why India lost in the Champions Trophy 2017

  Now that Team India led by Virat Kohli had failed to defend the Champions Trophy 2017 analysing the for …

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Opinion is basically the  Edit  section of the site . It is an opinionated section where authors bring to the fore their own interpretation of various events analysed in their own way how they look at it  as it happens. In a vibrant democracy there  should  be  always  a right to agree and right to disagree . Opinion section  provides exactly that scenario. Written in short and some times long way the aim is make the people know the gravity of the unfolding scene . The columns here could be of any topic or interest  . It could be sports, business, politics, entertainment , some national crisis, major announcement, policy initiative, a new act in parliament or a profile of leader who had been a newsmaker in recent times with his shrewd political acumen . Or a Business  man who had made it big on a forbes list among others.

It is pertinent to point out  that the editorials/ opinions are bipartisan in nature and looks at national interest in the right way. Analysis is done basis of facts and reports and change in political dynamics . It is an attempt to present before the audience  the real picture from the ground  and the repercussions the particular law , legislation , or election , sporting victory , or electoral loss or gains would affect the concerned parties and give suggestions as to what should be the road ahead for them respectively.

The edit also firmly and unequivocally respects the verdict given by the people to a parties  during elections and respects the parliament  and the constitution without any doubts whatsoever.  All in all opinion gives the insight to a event , occasion and the results of a nation in the year . It looks at various sectors with deep focus be it – politics, business, sports, entertainment , world affairs so that the people are aware of the world around  and also  get informed about wht a policy decision would do in their lives if it comes into force like the GST and Demonetisation or the nationalistic side with the balakot air- strikes, what it means to India ‘s new shift in the war against terror. Opinion looks at situations like these at a wide angle and leaves it for the audience to  judge it on the basis of the arguments and facts  presented in the various write- ups.