Archive for: April 2015

AAP: Is it Different?

Politics is believed to be an ‘art’ and all political parties propagate, project and execute their ideas and programmes in their own style. The role of leadership in anchoring the artistic presentation is critical for achieving the ‘best possible’. If you are functioning in a democratic society, that best possible has to be carved out in the prevalent political milieu. Otherwise, you need a revolution to overthrow the existing system. Continue Reading..


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The Turkmenistan Mystery

Turkmenistan under Saparmurat Niyazov

Turkmenistan is surely one of those nations which we in general have not heard much of in mainstream media. It is a Central Asian nation which now occupies that territory which was at the crossroads of cultures and civilizations historically. It was a constituent republic of the Soviet Union and emerged independent in the year 1991, post the dissolution of the Union. Despite possessing huge swarms and reserves of natural resources particularly natural gas, Turkmenistan continues to be one of the most repressive countries in the world where according to me public opinion, freedom of expression and religion and human rights are completely kept in dark. The reason for not recognizing and channelizing energy towards the exploitation of this strategically and naturally blessed nation was one megalomaniac. Saparmurat Niyazov. Continue Reading..


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New Freedom, New Equality

Intro : In tussle between telecom companies and start-ups, consumer rights of netizens and cyber security are turning out to be crucial issues which TRAI and the Govt. will have to address.

As the country will celebrate 30 years of public internet in India, with 30 crore internet users, netizens are making another history by ensuring 10 lakh online petition in 10 days as part of “Savetheinternet” digital activism campaign to support net neutrality. Continue Reading..


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