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M.D Nalapat is the Editorial Director of The Sunday Guardian.

Manmohan’s Break Industry to Modi’s Make in India
25th Apr 2015
Manmohan’s Break Industry to Modi’s Make in India

Minimum Government and Maximum Governance" was the battle cry of Candidate Modi during the 2014 Lok Sabha polls, and it resonated with a populace that has tired of enduring an official machinery steep

PM Modi, tear down this wall
18th Apr 2015

On 12 June 1987, President Ronald Reagan of the United States stood at the Brandenburger Tor in Berlin and asked USSR President Mikhail Sergeyevich Gorbachev to "tear down this wall", referring to the

Dogma is against Sanatan Dharma
11th Apr 2015
Dogma is against  Sanatan Dharma

More than a decade ago, in 2001, this columnist attempted to arrange a visit of Sri Jayendra Saraswati, the Shankaracharya of Kanchi, to China. After some hesitation, the Chinese hosts agreed to almos

Giriraj Singh is scripting a Congress comeback
4th Apr 2015

With some of the "friends" it has, the BJP is in scant need of enemies. The latest self-goal was scored by Giriraj Singh, an individual who appears to follow the George W. Bush dictum of thinking with

For Modi, North Block is what will matter in 2019
28th Mar 2015

The Justice Shah Special Investigation Team (SIT) was formed by Team Modi on the lines mentioned in a Supreme Court verdict, and has sat several times since the time it was set up. Lawyers, not unexpe

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Indian industry to PM: Build giants at home
25th Apr 2015

Now that his year of On the Job Training (OJT) on an "India Model" designed to replicate the success of the Gujarat Model across the nation is getting over, domestic industry is looking forward to Pri

Stalin 'dealt with' Netaji on London’s request
11th Apr 2015

The disclosure that members of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose's family were snooped upon for two decades has given rise to the conclusion that Government of India was worried about the family coming acros

‘Rahul in deep anguish over present situation’
4th Apr 2015

Sources close to Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi say that his absence from the political scene is because of "deep anguish" over the present situation in the party and the country, and that it is

‘Sonia Gandhi was godmother of 66A’
28th Mar 2015
‘Sonia Gandhi was godmother of 66A’

Who was responsible for the abomination referred to as Section 66A of a revised Information Technology Act which itself has features which belong less to a democracy than to an authoritarian state? It

Ranaghat atrocity part of ISI’s Operation Equal Blame
21st Mar 2015

The Ranaghat atrocity, where a 72-year-old Catholic nun was violated by three young men, was carried out through an extremist organisation based in Khulna in Bangladesh, say analysts based within the

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