The writer is national vice president, BJP
Vinay Sahasrabuddhe writes: It has been a part of Afghanistan’s history, can help revive other democratic traditions and will create a spirit of accommodation that will get them global legitimacy
Vinay Sahasrabuddhe writes: Despite the fact that the government showed the willingness to discuss all issues — from Pegasus to the pandemic — as desired by the Opposition, ruckus continues to rule the roost.
Vinay Sahasrabuddhe writes: He has shown remarkable courage in taking a ‘politically incorrect’ position, given the prevailing mentality of a powerful section of so-called liberals.
Lambasting and lampooning the government unreasonably doesn’t make one a revolutionary. It reflects a lack of open-mindedness, flexibility and spirit of accommodation.
Asserting their Hindu identity will not absolve politicians like West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee of the charge of vote bank politics.
At 70, with path-breaking reforms in governance, Modi has shown how Indian democracy can deliver. One of the most significant contributions to his credit is snatching representative democracy from the jaws of cynicism.
Going beyond the temple, every Hindu must realise that unless caste discrimination is abolished, a common consciousness and Hindu unity will remain a chimera. Muslims must realise that it is wrong to see the temple movement as anti-mosque or anti-Muslims.
The proof of a policy is in its implementation. Sonia Gandhi needs to acknowledge that the MGNREGA has become truly effective under the BJP
A remarkably confident, composed and, truly, “New India” is today partnering with the world community in this global struggle — and this partnership goes beyond established norms of diplomacy.
Finding themselves in a helpless situation, they are now spreading unfounded fears, sowing seeds of suspicion and rejecting the fears about the impact of unchecked infiltration of Bangladeshis, expressed even by the apex court.
In his I-Day address, Prime Minister Modi sought to connect patriotism with day-to-day conduct.
The gap between reasonable popular expectations from democratic governance and the actual performance of elected governments seems to be ever widening.
Kashmiriyat is important, but is it larger than Hindustaniyat, or Bharatiyata?
BJP-led government in Maharashtra is working hard to restore the state’s lost glory
‘Masaan’ and ‘Nil Battey Sanatta’ frame the true meaning of empowerment.
New recruitment drives can revitalise the organisational structure of political parties