The NDA’s return to power in Bihar has many takeaways for both the ruling and the Opposition parties. The BJP has scored two goals by one shot:
Instead of casteism, it was sub-casteism which was at play in Bihar, though party leaders like Tejashwi Yadav kept promising the electorate 10 lakh jobs if they came to power.
Tejashwi Yadav has set a new tone for the political discourse. It is a shift from identity politics to the issues faced by the people
A disjoined opposition parties apparently have a long way to go to counter BJP’s continuing onslaught on democracy
In his victory speech Joe Biden reaffirmed to be a unifier and a healer. His personal religious beliefs did not unwelcome others with a different outlook
Unfortunately the political and religious leaders in our country are exploring ways and means to spread hatred, revenge and violence against all who are critical of their policies and actions
The only way to anger-reduction is recognition of the cause of pain and respect for the humiliated community’s collective dignity
An alarming repercussion of the pandemic-induced lockdown, many states in India witnessed a spike in the number of student suicide cases during the period,
It is believed that marriages are made in heaven and the institution of marriage is greatly revered across nations.
When the government bulldozes ahead with plans that are disadvantageous to the state, the people have every right to take the issue out to the streets.
It is highest time that a "Dalit Lives Matter Movement"emerges in order to draw attention to the brutal discrimination that the Dalits suffer under the caste system
“Mama!” “Yes my son?” “The exit polls said, I and that thirty one year old boy would win in Bihar!” “I know my son, but they were wrong! On top of it you lost quite miserably!”