Tag: politics

‘Indic Renaissance: Soft-Power to Leverage Economic Prosperity’ with Hari Kiran Vadlamani

Hari Kiran Vadlamani, a Social Entrepreneur and founder of Indic Academy, is on a mission to bring about an intellectual, cultural, and spiritual renaissance in India through Soft-power. “Soft power is the ability to attract and co-opt, rather than coerce” a concept coined down by Joseph Nye, the American Political Scientist and Professor of Harvard […]

“The Indic Renaissance-Economic Growth and Indian Foreign Relations”; with Sanjeev Sanyal

“In the Indo-Pak war-1971, three million Indians were killed. India was only supported by the Soviet Union. In Pulwama attack-2019, except China, most of the countries supported India. This revolutionary change was possible because of strong Indian Foreign Relations. And the credit goes to our Honorable Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, who have worked meticulously […]

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 = […]

‘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 […]

Meet Shyam Saran Negi, the first voter of Independent India!

The 103-year-old, first voter of Independent India, Shyam Saran Negi, from Kalpa, Himachal Pradesh, was born on 1st of July 1917. Voting in Panchayat, Rajyasaha, Vidhansabha or Loksabha; Negi have never missed to vote. Polling in Himachal Pradesh was scheduled six months earlier than other states of India, due to extreme weather conditions. Shaym Saran […]

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 […]

2019 rains Political Entertainment. Vivek Oberoi starrer Biopic, ‘PM Narendra Modi’, first look out now

Most Awaited Biopic, on the life of our 14th Prime Minister Shri. Narendra Modi, first look released on 7th January 2019, Monday. Film title, ‘PM Narendra Modi’, starrer Vivek Oberoi, directed by Omung Kumar, produced by Sandip Ssingh and co-produced by Suresh Oberoi opt to release soon this year. First poster unveiled by Maharashtra CM […]

Dr. Manmohan Singh: An Accidental Prime Minister? Or well planned Strategic move of Congress?

Dr. Manmohan Singh was the 13th Prime Minister of India and during his tenure there were many situations where questions arose whether he was really a right candidate for this position or he just an Accidental Prime Minister? Dr. Singh’s erstwhile media advisor Mr. Sanjaya Baru has written a book in him which is not […]

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