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Why TATA won't give money to Kejriwal

The Tata group will fund new political entrant Aam Aadmi Party based only on its performance in the upcoming general elections and not before. The group provides funding to political parties......

40 years in Eternal India

Often when I meet a new Indian friend, who is not aware of my background, he exclaims: "So many years in India! but why, why? I can't understand! My dream is to go to the States or Europe and you......

When Rajdeep Sardesai attempted 'instant history'

This month saw releases of two much-hyped books, both of which went on immediately to become best-sellers. Both were by authors in their 40s, expected to shed much light, but did not quite succeed......

Meet the new Cabinet ministers

Two technocrats, two hard-boiled politicians are India's new Cabinet ministers... From a Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh pracharak to a Union minister, technocrat-turned politician Manohar Gopalkrishna......

Worrying times for the Congress

The Congress, notwithstanding its depleted bench strength, failed to corner the government on a range of crucial issues during the just-concluded Parliament session, says Kavita ChowdhuryIt's like......

Ambanis, Birlas line up 'Electoral Trusts' to fund elections

As general elections draw closer, at least five large corporate houses including those of Ambanis, Mittals and Birlas, have set up 'Electoral Trusts' for providing funds to political parties and......

Tatas' poll kitty swells

With the Lok Sabha polls round the corner, the Tata Group has revived its Electoral Trust, which was set up before the general elections in 1999. However, this time the corpus will be much larger......

Budget: A preparatory exercise to usher in reforms

The run-up to this year's Union Budget witnessed unprecedented hopes and aspirations from industry following the massive electoral mandate to the Narendra Modi government. While stakeholders......

The new govt will have to make right appointments

If India's economic growth is to accelerate and generate employment opportunities faster both sustainably and equitably, one of the urgent tasks ahead for the new government has to be to improve......

Corporate affairs min notifies: No political funding in CSR

Corporate affairs min notifies: No political funding in CSR Political funding by India Inc will not qualify as spending on corporate social responsibility (CSR), according to the CSR rules notified......

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Q. NRI's donating AAP are anti national where as foreign companies such as DOW chemicals are nationalists for donating bjp cong illegaly against nations laws ?
Fakeastrologer:  A.  more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/nris-donating-aap-are-anti-national-where-as-foreign-compani/27262999/answers/

fakeastrologer
Q. Which Political Party will come to power in India after the general elections to Lok Sabha in April,2009?
Fakeastrologer:  A. Many people have a question in mind as which party or groups of party will form the next government.This election as assessed today will...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/which-political-party-will-come-to-power-in-india-after-the-/27262999/answers/13574653

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Q. Who will win the Gujarat election BJP or Congress?
Murarji Pachpol:  A. This is the same answer I gave to a similar question, but with minor modificatoins.I am niether a fan nor a detractor of Modi. There are things...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/who-will-win-the-gujarat-election-bjp-or-congress/13571449/answers/4820725

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The recurring story of gender violence

Ever since 2012, when there was a public uprising against violence against women following the brutal rape of a young woman in Delhi, the issue of... ...

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How more of the same made the choice difficult for Delhi

Less than two weeks to Delhi assembly polls, the choices for the electorate seem to be becoming as clear as mud. The battlelines are clearly drawn... ...

http://m.hindustantimes.com/shivanisingh/delhi-polls-how-more-of-the-same-made--the-choice-difficult-for-the-capital/article1-1310802.aspx
Exposed as a toothless tiger

PIrfan Husain resumably, Nawaz Sharif picked the tiger as an electoral symbol for his party because of its strength and speed. Sadly,... ...

http://www.thestatesman.net/news/102075-exposed-as-a-toothless-tiger.html
Brand Maldives caught in radicalisation?

N Sathiya Moorthy 16 January 2015 Analysis Reported jihadi threats forcing the down-grading of a New Year Eve entertainment programme... ...

http://www.observerindia.com/cms/sites/orfonline/modules/weeklyassessment/WeeklyAssessmentDetail.html?cmaid=77350&mmacmaid=77351&volumeno=VIII&issueno=3
The Khakhi Gamble

The parachuting of Kiran Bedi may seem like a masterstroke, but will she turn the BJP's fortunes around ? Illustration: Dwijith CV The... ...

http://www.tehelka.com/the-khakhi-gamble/

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