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BJP and Hindutva are like Siamese twins – inseparable for many reasons. This point has been reinforced by the party’s manifesto for the ongoing general elections. On one hand, the party has taken care to project its new development-oriented
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1  "Peace on Earth" - At Fifty One!
 
 Fifty-one years ago, on April 11, 1963, Pope John XXIII literally shook the foundations of this earth through his Encyclical ‘Pacem in Terris’
By Cedric Prakash, SJ
2  A Season of Transformation
 
 Just as Easter is the time for spiritual transformation, election time helps voters to transform their socio-economic fate
By Tisy Jose, UMI
3  Shake off dust of Empire
 
 Leadership is for serving, not for overloading, making others fawn, fumble and fall at our feet with folded hands; it is not a tool for making
By Joseph Mattam, SJ
4  Needed: A Shift in Education
 
 The quality of education will improve if we make the medium of instruction the child’s mother tongue together with good teaching.
By T. M. JOSEPH, S.J.
5  Higher education in Kerala - Beyond redemption?
 
 Kerala Club is one of the oldest clubs in Delhi celebrating its Platinum Jubilee this year. The dictionary defines “club” as “an organisatio
By A.J. Philip
6  Taking the Final Call
 
 Every citizen has a pre-conceived notion of a government that he would like to have. After all we are responsible for the government we elect
By Pachu Menon
7  Spreading Lies as Truth
 
 The subtlety of contemporary discourses makes it difficult to distinguish between lies and truth. Propaganda is the new name for lies though te
By Dr. M.K. George, SJ
8  Children Left out of Political Agenda
 
 India has the largest child population in the world: Over 17 percent of the world’s children live in India. Yet Manifestos of political partie
By Joseph Gathia
9  The Rush for Muslim Votes
 
 The BJP never protests if any political party appeals to or endeavours to mobilize committed votes of any caste or linguistic groups other than M
By Irfan Engineer
10  The Irony of ‘Modifesto’
 
 The BJP’s election manifesto speaks of construction of Ram Mandir though Narendra Modi steers clear of the issue during his campaign
By Mathew O. Praem
11  The Voter’s Options
 
 I have to choose the best party, whose candidate must have some integrity, so that if they come to power in Delhi, it provides a stable government
By Desmond De Sousa
12  Hurry Up! Diamonds are Perishing
 
 India is young. Seventy per-cent of our population consists of young people below 35 years. Of this 55 percent is below 25 years.
By varghese Alengaden
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