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Moily’s bold thrust

To be or not to be
As the nation goes to poll, the question of whether one has a right not to vote is something that we need to ponder about.
  
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BJP’s one man army...

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2014: the election that changed India

Polls and promises

In April and May elections

DHO saal baad
In 2014, the chorus Abki Baar Modi Sarkar reverberated India. So much so that for the first time since 1984, the citizens voted a party to power with an absolute majority. Narendra Modi promised a lot and the nation chose to eat out of his hand with alacrity. Two years on, it is work-in-progress. He is at full throttle without a doubt. Two years is 40 per cent of his five-year term as Prime Minister. It’s time to take stock, like we did last year. And heads up, I would say it’s like a curator’s egg: good in parts. This is the fourth in a series. The first three were Tasks before the new government: Baker’s dozen (April 2014), History Beckons Modi (June 2014) and NDA Anniversary: 365 degree appraisal (June 2015)... When he took over office as India’s first ever post-independence born Prime Minister, we listed our expectations from the new government in our cover story of June 2014 issue. Here’s a reality check.

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DHO saal baad
In 2014, the chorus Abki Baar Modi Sarkar reverberated India. So much so that for the first time since 1984, the citizens voted a party to power with an absolute majority. Narendra Modi promised a lot and the nation chose to eat out of his hand with alacrity. Two years on, it is work-in-progress. He is at full throttle without a doubt. Two years is 40 per cent of his five-year term as Prime Minister. It’s time to take stock, like we did last year. And heads up, I would say it’s like a curator’s egg: good in parts. This is the fourth in a series. The first three were Tasks before the new government: Baker’s dozen (April 2014), History Beckons Modi (June 2014) and NDA Anniversary: 365 degree appraisal (June 2015)... When he took over office as India’s first ever post-independence born Prime Minister, we listed our expectations from the new government in our cover story of June 2014 issue. Here’s a reality check.

A.  ECONOMY

Where is Rajaji?
In his Independence Day address Prime Minister Narendra Modi made evocative references to a number of unsung and little known heroes of the freedom struggle. He directed his cabinet colleagues to undertake a Tirang (Tricolour) Yatra to different parts of India, to visit the places of birth /martyrdom of hundreds of less known freedom fighters. He also advised them to publicise the performance highlights of his government that completed two years in May.
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