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An open letter to <strong>Chief</strong> <strong>Minister</strong>

An open letter to Chief Minister

29 Jul 2012

Last month, I had to visit the State of my birth and education, UP. Very little seemed to have changed in the quality of civic life ever since the last trip about two years ago. Same old power cut, dusty and pothole roads, chaotic traffic, growing unemployment, whiling away of time aimlessly on street corners, petty politics, civil insecurity albeit suspected to grow and a sense of despair on the faces of the people.

open letter to chief minister,   G N Bajpai,   Mayawati regime,   making a living,  
Glimpse of <strong>new</strong> vision

Glimpse of new vision

18 Jul 2014

General budget has focused more on immediate reforms than initiating big changes, says Sanjay Gupta

Narendra Modi,   Arun Jaitely,   Budget,   Union Budget,   financial sector,   economic reforms,  
Time for <strong>new</strong> policies

Time for new policies

08 Jul 2014

Sanjay Gupta is looking forward to a bigger change in the nation’s economic condition in the form of Modi-led government’s first budget

Modi government,   Narendra Modi,   NDA government,   economic situation of country,   Sanjay Gupta ,  
First glimpse of reforms

First glimpse of reforms

04 Jun 2014

Sanjay Gupta is observing a glimpse of foundation of a big change hinted by Modi-led government

Reforms,   new government,   Sanjay Gupta,   Congress,   BJP,   NDA,   National Democratic Alliance,   Narendra Modi,   governance,   Jagran editorial,  
सुधार की पहली झलक

सुधार की पहली झलक

04 Jun 2014

मोदी शासन की शुरुआत के साथ ही उभरे सुधार के संकेतों से बड़े बदलाव का आधार तैयार होता देख रहे हैं संजय गुप्त

Reforms,   new government,   Sanjay Gupta,   Congress,   BJP,   NDA,   National Democratic Alliance,   Narendra Modi,   governance,   Jagran editorial,  
A <strong>New</strong> Phase in India-Pakistan ties?

A New Phase in India-Pakistan ties?

30 Nov 2011

Things have been moving in a positive direction on the India-Pakistan frontier. Pakistan’s military acted with speed to return to the Indian military a helicopter that had inadvertently crossed the Line of Control on October 23. A few days earlier, Pakistani Foreign Minister Hira Rabbani Khar announced that her country was finally considering granting India Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status. India bestowed MFN status on Pakistan in 1996. Under World Trade Organization agreements, the MFN principle is supposed to ensure that WTO members do not discriminate against one another, allowing all countries in the organization to benefit equally from the lowest possible tariffs.

Harsh V Pant,   A New Phase in India-Pakistan ties,   Pakistan grants India Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status,   Pakistani Foreign Minister Hira Rabbani Khar,   World Trade Organization agreements,   Pakistani Commerce Minister Makhdoom Amin Fahim,   Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh,   Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari,  
A conversation with BJP <strong>chief</strong>

A conversation with BJP chief

10 Oct 2012

A CHANCE meeting with BJP chief Nitin Gadkari proved to be very productive. But it has left me confused. I found him saying more or less what the leftists uphold. I wondered whether their ideological differences had got rubbed on him and the BJP after their joint boycott of parliament and joint demonstrations over the past few months.

Nitin Gadkari,   BJP chief,   National Democratic Alliance,   RSS pracharak,   Kuldip Nayar blog,   Jagran blogs,   ,  
Visit of Chinese Defence <strong>Minister</strong>

Visit of Chinese Defence Minister

13 Sep 2012

While India and China are Asia’s two largest neighbors and the most populous nations in the world, their high-level political contact is limited and more so in the defense sector. Thus the visit of a Chinese Defence Minister to India may be deemed a significant event – more so when the last such visit took place eight years ago in 2004.

Chinese Defence Minister,   Beijing,   Hu Jintao,   Hu Jintao,   Chinese Defence Minister visits India,  
Is it Mamata’s ‘poriborton’?

Is it Mamata’s ‘poriborton’?

08 May 2012

There are few politicians who have made the journey from the sublime to the ridiculous in so short a time as West Bengal’s Mamata Banerjee. A year ago, as the well-entrenched Left Front Government floundered, the leader of the Trinamool Congress emerged as a Mother Goddess, hell bent on slaying the Marxist demons who had intimidated an entire people for three decades.

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee,   Left Front Government in Bengal,   Muslim Minority,   Mamata Cartoon Row,  
The soldier, the state and the society

The soldier, the state and the society

04 May 2012

Whether or not unexpected troop movements around Delhi in January, on the same day that the army chief took the civilian authorities to the Supreme Court, spooked the government to the extent that it was deemed a coup in the making is a matter now for the historians to sort out. But what cannot be denied is that the relations between the civilians and the military are at an all time low and the trust deficit is widening by the day.

Troop movement towards Delhi,   Defence Minister,   Army Chief VK Singh,   Indian armed forces,  

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