Daily Takes: On The Thought That Stable Government Can Bring Substantial Changes In Ranchi

Firstly, some barrage of stats [1]: Average growth (GSDP) between 1994-02 was 3.6% Average growth (GSDP) between 2001-12 was 6.3% Per capita income in 2000-01 was Rs. 9,980/- Per capita income in 2011-12 was Rs.21,734/- For further comparisons related to bifurcation of Bihar see Did Jharkhand progress after getting separated from Bihar? In terms of … Continue reading Daily Takes: On The Thought That Stable Government Can Bring Substantial Changes In Ranchi

What Is The Next Big Thing About Islam/ Muslims In India?

I’ll tell you one thing; Muslims in India particularly in the past two decades have finally realised that they are falling behind in most of the social indices from education to jobs & wealth. With a waning political clout, they now know that if they won't act fast, they risk being crippled permanently as the … Continue reading What Is The Next Big Thing About Islam/ Muslims In India?

Daily Takes: Faith Restored & The Coup That Was Long In The Making

National The Supreme Court restores Nabam Tuki led Congress government in Arunachal Pradesh. The Constitution bench remarked; the Governor overstepped his mandate in delegitimizing the state government. This is the second instance following the Uttarakhand fiasco where the Central government’s dealings with an opposition state was found unwarranted by the Apex court.  The way ‘co-operative’ … Continue reading Daily Takes: Faith Restored & The Coup That Was Long In The Making

Daily Takes: Unbridled Fanaticism

National A court orders cow slaughter case to be registered against Akhlaq’s family, Akhlaq was killed on 29th September by a rancorous mob in Dadri near Delhi. The relatives of the accused involved in the gory lynching of Akhlaq were long pressing the administration to prosecute Akhlaq’s family amid forensic reports that the family actually … Continue reading Daily Takes: Unbridled Fanaticism

Daily Takes: The Valley Simmers & Britain finds its May

National Yet again Kashmir continues to simmer following the killing of a militant, Burhnan Wani & the emotionally charged up funeral procession where tens of thousands assembled. In the wake of protests; 34 die. This seemingly eternal cycle of violence & the unnerving calm post the crackdown by armed forces begets an equally unnerving question; … Continue reading Daily Takes: The Valley Simmers & Britain finds its May