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Latest Articles in Arvind Kejriwal

Democracy And Capitalism By Diktat

Sutanu Guru argues how political leaders are making a mockery of individual liberties by pandering to populism and polemics. The judiciary is lending a helping hand

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Real Tribute To Ambedkar Is More ‘Filthy Rich Indians’

Sutanu Guru argues why real freedom for Dalits will come through urbanization, entrepreneurship and wealth creation

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Nitish, Kejriwal Or Rahul?

Before he takes on Modi, Nitish will probably have to contend with two other politicians: Arvind Kejriwal and Rahul Gandhi

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World Culture Festival, NGT And 'Jayanti Tax'

Modi baiters have trolled him and his government for using army soldiers as manual labor working for a private function

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25 Years of Reforms: How India Changed Forever In 1991

Narendra Modi owes a debt of gratitude to the late P.V. Narasimha Rao because it was Rao, along with Dr Manmohan Singh who launched a "revolution" in 1991 that eventually enabled Modi to become Prime Minister in 2014

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Action Against Kirti Azad A Strong Signal To 'Rebels'

The action against Azad is viewed as an ulterior motive behind the modus operandi of shielding other State Cricket Associations that have been headed by BJP stalwarts including Modi and Shah

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Why Arvind Kejriwal Keeps Getting Away With His 'Wild' Allegations

Many mainstream media professionals, analysts, activists and pundits are still convinced Narendra Modi is "Demagogue Number One" of India. But he has been beaten hands down by Kejriwal!

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Five 'Allegations' Of Modi 'Vendetta'

A close look at five recent cases in which the Narendra Modi regime has been accused of pursuing "vendetta" and "persecution"

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Diktats Won't Curb Pollution, Or Anything

Of the top 20 most polluted cities, 13 are in India and just 3 in China, according to a World Health Organisation report

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NGT Cracks Whip, Says Stop Registering New Diesel Vehicles In Delhi

The National Green Tribunal has ordered that diesel-run vehicles will not be registered in Delhi and there will be no renewal of registration of such vehicles which are more than 10-year-old

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The 'Methodical' Madness of Arvind Kejriwal

One long held suspicion has been confirmed in the last few days: People used to wonder if followers of Arvind Kejriwal are even more blind in their support than the so-called Modi Bhakts. There can no longer be any doubt about that

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Five Reasons Why Parliament Will Stall, Again

A look at some of the factors that are going to lead to a paralysed Winter Session of the Parliament

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Democracy’s Descendants

When the annals of the 21st century are written, how will it’s greatest flag-bearer, the Internet be remembered the best? Will it be as the bridge that brought people closer, irrespective of distance? Or will it be the service that saved countless man-hours, by bringing everything from shopping to banking home (and then wasted all of it by inventing social media and Angry Birds)? Will its legacy be remembered as the repository of information that anybody could tap into, any time? All of these, without a doubt. But more importantly, the Internet will, and should be remembered as the great leveller; everybody — rich, poor, employed, student — whoever you are, you have a voice, and the power to start a revolution.

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No Book To Play By

You have to give the devil his due. Cricket is still the best run sport in the country,” states Vimal Kumar, a former chief coach of the national badminton team. The remark, coming a year after cricket witnessed its worst phase — betting allegations against several franchise owners of the Indian Premier League — may sound ironic, but is not entirely untrue.

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