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In John Steinbeck’s last novel 'The Winter of Discontent', I find at least three phrases which make my heart weep in the thick of the ghastly landslide and flood tragedy in Uttarakhand. It is a tragedy that right now stares my country in the face.

The new government in Pakistan will have to take some hard decisions on difficult issues pertaining to foreign policy, even though the choices will be very limited.

Naxalites of the Communist Party of India (Maoist) [CPI (Maoist)], or Maoists in short, have been using rockets in their assaults on the security forces since the past, at least, eight years.

Unlike past instances of violations of the 2003 ceasefire agreement, which involved firing from across the LoC by Pakistan, this incident was more on the lines of a well planned operation by a Border Action Team (BAT).

Post the recent gruesome Delhi gangrape incident, and amid news reports about many similar acts of violence across the nation, one has been forced to ponder over the security of one's loved ones outside the security of home's four walls. 

It was on this day, 11 years ago that I had got the opportunity to serve the people of Gujarat as Chief Minister. This 11-year journey devoted in service of the people of Gujarat has been memorable and extremely satisfying.

Not only did Brajesh Mishra help set up the National Security Council and its associated structures, but he also handled complicated and complex diplomatic assignments during his five year tenure.

To point fingers at others is extreme folly. Point a finger at yourself, Assam. Point a finger at your fervour for socialist policies, fervour for corruption. Without corruption (virtually) nothing moves in Assam. Under such circumstances there's little point blaming Muslims from Bangladesh.

British Indians who have never been proud of their own history, culture, civilization, and technological achievements, will celebrate the 66th Independence day on 15 August. True Indians who feed the British Indians still slave for Rs 28 per day, as officially conceded.

 

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