The Wuhan Coronavirus has become a pandemic. It has become a crisis of gargantuan proportions. But could the virus have been nipped in the bud? In the current scenario, are people doing enough to control the spread of the virus? Read to find out.
Rahul Gandhi- loved by meme creators and trollers. Disparagingly called the star performer of the ruling BJP. His foot in mouth statements often cement his perception of an immature politician. After 2019, he has taken a sabbatical of sorts. And it is working wonders for the Opposition.
In the wake of the Citizenship Amendment Act, protests broke out. Police action at Jamia saw it spread across the country. The police say the students are innocent. If so, who instigated the violence? Who is behind the incidents of vandalism and arson? Pic Credit: Fusion-WeRIndia
The central government is battling the opposition on the state of the economy. The opposition alleges the government haphazard have run down the economy. But what is the state of economy in states run by the opposition? It is time to examine the role of the state in an economy.
Urban India has always shaped the political thought of India. They have been at forefront leading the charge changing the course of the country. Yet curiously enough, their participation in the electoral process in apathetic. Why so?
In the aftermath of Pulwama, the Indian government has begun to walk the talk on terrorism. This clampdown on terrorism seems to have ruffled the feathers of Kashmiri political leaders. To secure their votebank and ensure their survival, they have fallen back on the tried and tested method of blackmailing the government. But do their threats hold good?
In the aftermath of the Pulwama terror attack, India retaliated by hitting the terror camps of the responsible terror organisation located within Pakistani territory. But Pakistan retaliated against this trying to bomb Indian military installations. These actions of Pakistan do not substantiate its claims of being a victim or terror. Or has it shed its mask?
The Opposition accuses the government of destroying constitutional institutions. But they attack those very institutions when the decisions are not in their favour. In this tussle for power is the opposition doing what it is accusing the government of ?
The CBI finds itself in a mess of its own making. To retain its credibility and reputation it needs reforms. But does the central government have the will to do it?
The CBI currently finds itself in a soup with its top bosses fighting each other in court. This has cast severe doubts on its credibility. Can the CBI survive without reforms ?