Articles by Raghav Pandey
May 17, 2018
Karnataka governor's decision to invite BJP to form govt legally correct, immune to any review by judiciaryThe Constitution gives validity to the actions of the governor, possibly to quell any differences arising between the Central and state governments.
May 15, 2018
Karnataka Assembly elections show voters smart enough to see through Congress' divisive politicsThe campaign for the Karnataka elections and the period just preceding it gives us valuable insight on the reasons why BJP is doing well with the masses.
May 13, 2018
After Nawaz Sharif's admission of Pakistan role in 26/11, time Congress apologised to RSS, IndiaAfter Nawaz Sharif's revelation of Pakistan role in 26/11 attacks, RSS and India not only deserves an apology from Congress leaders Digvijaya Singh and Kripashankar Singh for willfully instigating discontent in the society
May 09, 2018
Congress' impeachment motion against CJI Dipak Misra causes irreparable harm to Indian judiciary's integrityThe recent politicisation of the Supreme Court is the first in India’s independent history. It causes irreparable loss to the judiciary's integrity.
May 04, 2018
Jinnah's portrait in AMU: Pakistan's founder has no place in our society, Indian history should remember him as a criminalJinnah should have no place in our society today. While he is a part of history, he should be remembered in India as a criminal, not a hero.
Apr 24, 2018
AFSPA lifted in Meghalaya: Before seeking law's repeal in Jammu and Kashmir, ask separatists to halt protests, violenceThe government deserves praise for lifting AFSPA from Meghalaya and parts of Arunachal Pradesh. However, this must not act as a precedent to lift the law in Jammu and Kashmir, because the state is still violent unlike Meghalaya and Arunachal
Apr 16, 2018
BJP announces candidates for Bihar, UP MLC polls: Saffron party extends Dalit outreach by bringing back heavyweightsThe strategy of bringing back these political heavyweights from oblivion is clear: The BJP wants to extend its Dalit outreach, which was earlier limited to the allies of the party in the Hindi heartland
Apr 13, 2018
Karnataka Assembly Election 2018: First-time voters key for BJP as Narendra Modi vs Siddaramaiah contest heats upIn Karnataka, apart from the anti-incumbency factor against Congress, what may really work in BJP's favour is the 14 percent debutant voters among whom Prime Minister Modi is very popular
Apr 09, 2018
Rising crime rate against Dalits indicates underprivileged reporting offences in larger numbers, justice system getting strongerAn unbiased reading of the data shows that the rise in crime rate against Dalits (SC/STs) is an indicator of strengthening of criminal justice institutions.
Mar 27, 2018
Siddaramaiah's claim of south Indian states subsidising northern counterparts nothing but economic fallacyThe contribution of the north and east Indian states has been immense in terms of the food security of our country, which is an enormous one considering the pressure of our large population.