Tag: political

BJP’s Saffron Wash in India! India wins yet Again! Its NaMo Again!

NDA Government leads the Loksabha Elections with 345/543 seats. Prime Minister Narendra Modi to serve for 5 more years. Victory of ‘The COMMONMAN’ of India. #VijayiBharat! NDA Triumphs Victory with a saffron wash in India. Leading with a majority of 345/543 seats; India wins yet again! “सबका साथ + सबका विकास + सबका विश्वास = […]

‘Role of MSME in Indian Economy’-Pallavi Joshi in conversation with Rajiv Chawla (Chairman, IamSME of India)

Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises- MSME sector is the backbone of India, providing the resilience to ward off global economic shocks and adversities. Employing almost 92% of the nation’s population directly or indirectly, it dominates the Government Sector- employing 5.5% and large Corporate Sectors- employing 2.5% of the total population. With a 40% of GDP […]

‘The Aspects of Indian Economy ‘- Pallavi Joshi in a conversation with Bibek Debroy

The History of Economy unfolds; as the well-known Economist and Author, Bibek Debroy portray India’s economy from Mughal-British Rule to Independence and after Independence to the present day scenario; detailing the aspects like; Manusmriti, kautilya’s arthashastra, Colonial period, License Raj, Nationalization of Banks, Demonetization, GST and Liberalization. Bibek Debroy, the well-known economist and author; currently […]

The Rise of India and History of World Economy; by S.Gurumurthy with Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri

Swaminathan Gurumurthy, former journalist of The Indian Express, present journalist editingthe Tamil Political Weekly, Thuglaq. The RSS Ideologue and co-convener of Swadeshi Jagran Manch. A Chartered Accountant, Columnist, Political & Economic Analyst and an Independent Director of RBI. “A study was conducted by OECD on “The World Economy” at a millennial perspective of 2000 years […]

INDIC LAWS OF WAR – By Vivek Agnihotri

In Indian polity, there were two kinds of wars – Dharmayuddha and Kutayuddha. There were three kinds of victories in a war. Dharmavijay, Lobhavijay and Asuravijay. Dharma-Vijay is the outcome of Dharmayuddha. The inscription from Asoka’s XIII edict says ‘conquest by morality’. According to Kautilya (Chanakya), Dharma-Vijay meant that the conquering king would avoid war […]

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