Author: Harsh Jaitak

Tripura looks easy now, BJP is all set to snatch it from the Left

Three North Eastern States go to poll this month and the first one will be Tripura on the 18th of February. Left has been in power here for 25 years with Chief Minister Manik Sarkar leading it for the past 20. BJP leaders along with PM Modi have been rallying all across the state and […]

India ASEAN Meeting: How Media Misled the Public

Leaders of India and ASEAN on 25th January discussed ways to boost Maritime Security, connectivity and trade as Prime Minister Modi asserted that India shares the ASEAN vision for rule-based societies and pitched for freedom of navigation in the region. Prime Minister Modi underscored the ever-evolving ASEAN India partnership terming the summit as the grand […]

Understanding India Israel Joint Statement

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi met in New Delhi on 15th January. Netanyahu hailed the meeting as the beginning of a new era of friendship between the two nations. Nine Bilateral agreements were signed as a part of the meeting including the fields of oil, gas, renewable energy and cyber […]

Now Madrasas have a problem with Portraits of PM Modi

Madrasas in Uttarakhand are now up in arms against State government’s order to install Prime Minister Modi’s portrait in all educational institutions. Darul Uloom fatwa Chief has called this order un-Islamic. Uttarakhand CM slammed the Madrasas asking them to give up their conservatism. So! what really is this entire controversy about? Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra […]

2017: A Golden Year for Indian Economy

India is once again set to emerge as the fastest growing economy in the world. Earlier this month, United Nations put out a report saying that Indian Economy is expected to grow at 7.2% in 2018 and 7.4% in 2019(UN Prediction). The number still falls short of the government’s expectations of 8% but this would […]

4 Reasons Why Congress will Cease to Exist after 2019 Elections

Indian National Congress can be thought of as a senior citizen who has a terminal illness but refuses to accept it. They simply refuse to acknowledge the illness. Therefore, it is only rational that we talk about the birth of it, then about its glorious era to finally how it ended up on a hospital […]

[Big News]: United Nations’ Predictions about India’s GDP

“India’s economy is likely to expand by 7.2% in 2018 and go up further to 7.4% in the following year on the back of strong private consumption, public investment and the ongoing structural reforms.” Before all the anti-Modi brigade tags me a ‘Bhakt’ for saying this and accuse me of misleading the nation, I would […]