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Pak NSA Sartaj Aziz's nuclear threat to India is a leaf from non-state actors abuse manual

Aug 29, 2015

Pak NSA Sartaj Aziz's nuclear threat to India is a leaf from non-state actors abuse manual

Pakistan rulers have been, for years, nurturing their terror establishment with the sole objective of bleeding India with a thousand cuts. #India #Al-Qaeda #Pakistan #Narendra Modi #InMyOpinion #Balochistan #Hafiz Saeed #Pakistani Taliban #Sartaj Aziz #Nuclear arsenal #Harpoon
Violence after Patel rally: Not just in Gujarat, cops across India need training on mob management

Aug 28, 2015

Violence after Patel rally: Not just in Gujarat, cops across India need training on mob management

Visuals of policemen going berserk in Ahmedabad following the massive rally by Patels once again caused concern about the states inability to deal with the law and order situation in a professional manner. #Gujarat #InMyOpinion #Police #Violence #Gujarat Police #Constable #Mob #cops #training #Patel #Patel Rally
A great leap backwards: Patel agitation is making reservations a zero-sum game

Aug 28, 2015

A great leap backwards: Patel agitation is making reservations a zero-sum game

There is a need to now make a larger point about extending mindless reservations. It should be obvious to any politician with some good sense that what is unarticulated may actually represent a majority opinion in society rather than the vocal demands of a powerful section. #Gandhi #Gujarat #BJP #InMyOpinion #OBC #Patels #Hardik Patel #Patidar Patels
Sri Lanka v India: KL Rahul is proving he is one for the future

Aug 27, 2015

Sri Lanka v India: KL Rahul is proving he is one for the future

Vijay and Dhawan are the ones who need to be bothered about their results because Rahul is breathing down their necks. #Sports #India #Cricket #Sri Lanka #Murali Vijay #InMyOpinion #Angelo Mathews #Shikhar Dhawan #KL Rahul #India in Sri Lanka 2015
The future of Indian coconut farming depends on what's grown between palms

Aug 26, 2015

The future of Indian coconut farming depends on what's grown between palms

Coconut farming in India is less profitable given the excess of supply over demand. But if the land in between trees is used for other crops, including cocoa, the money can be lucrative. #Economy #Kerala #InMyOpinion #Agriculture #edible oil #Jain Irrigation #Cocoa #Coconut Farming #Naine
NSA talks fiasco: PM Modi has a clear Pakistan policy, but will it work?

Aug 25, 2015

NSA talks fiasco: PM Modi has a clear Pakistan policy, but will it work?

Some experts believe that Modi has a clearly defined Pakistan policy, with two objectives. One, to address the domestic constituency by raising the bogey of Pakistan intermittently and satiating the anti-Pakistan feelings of his core voter by humiliating the neighbour publicly. The second objective, according to believers in the Modi-has-a-Pak-policy theory, is to isolate Pakistan in the international fora and in the sub-continent. #India #Pakistan #Narendra Modi #InMyOpinion #Nawaz Sharif #NSA level talks
PM Modi should ignore the naysayers on OROP - including the FinMin

Aug 24, 2015

PM Modi should ignore the naysayers on OROP - including the FinMin

Morally, politically and economically, Narendra Modi is making a serious mistake by unconscionably delaying OROP. Most arguments used against OROP are misleading, if not plain wrong. #Economy #India #finance ministry #Narendra Modi #InMyOpinion #Indian Army #Tax #One Rank One Pension #Defence forces #OROP
Heads they win, tails we lose: India should have ignored Pakistan's invite to Hurriyat

Aug 21, 2015

Heads they win, tails we lose: India should have ignored Pakistan's invite to Hurriyat

Somebody in Pakistan has the coin Amitabh Bachchan flipped in Sholay. Whichever way it falls on the fate of the NSA-level talks between the two countries, Pakistan will walk away with diplomatic victory. #India #Pakistan #Delhi #InMyOpinion #Sholay #Hurriyat #Kashmiri