Wednesday, July 8, 2020
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Karan Bhasin

Karan Bhasin is a political economist by training and has diversified research interests in the field of economics. He tweets @karanbhasin95.

The voter turnout in the first phases of 2019 elections shows which way the political wind may be blowing

There has been a lot of discussion regarding voter turnouts in the current 2019 elections. During the initial phases, it was argued that the voter turn-out, in general, was lower than the 2014 levels.

The opposition has lost its sanity, and India must remember the journey of reform in the last 5 years before casting their vote

Your one vote has the power to change the trajectory of an entire nation- we did in 2014 and we can repeat it in 2019.

Election Commission is setting a bad precedent, and it’s not good for democracy

Banning movies, books and leaders- institutional havoc may soon become a reality in India.

The Left may lie, obfuscate, peddle half truth and whole lies, but here is why you should vote for Narendra Modi

There are multiple things that this government got right and there are multiple errors too that it has made but one has to compare a political party with other political parties. For all that the Modi government gets wrong, it gets at least twice as many things right.

Modi, not Imran Khan, is a man of peace

While Imran Khan is no different from his predecessors, and unfortunately, his successors may be no different either.

Around 15 million jobs created by the Modi govt per year, but the ‘liberal’ propaganda won’t stop

The report estimates a total of 13.5-14.9 million job additions per annum by the Narendra Modi government. These estimates are again indicative of robust job creation in the economy over the last five years.

Yogendra Yadav’s malicious article in The Print should be welcomed: It is almost an admission that Modi is coming back to power

The article published by Yogendra Yadav in The Print can be viewed as an indirect recognition of Prime Minister Modi coming back to power so we must welcome it.

India made Pakistan live with the fear of ‘escalation’, while she went about her business as usual

It is through this diplomatic influence that India has ensured that it changes its Pakistan policy and looks at the challenge of dealing with Pakistan in a more comprehensive manner.

Choice for 2019: Between Modi’s agenda of reform vs mahagathbandhan’s incoherent economic policies

After the recent assembly elections, there has been a renewed discussion about the likelihood of a “mahagathbandhan” of regional political parties with the agenda of reducing the margin of victory for the PM Modi led NDA

Modi government’s much needed focus on India’s farm sector

Agricultural sector regained its focus post-2014 when the Modi government came into power as it realized the need to revive India’s agricultural sector.

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The Cabal Strategizes: Tahir Hussain behind Delhi Riots

Tahir Hussain was the one to put the money to sinister use by mobilizing Delhi Riots in February 2020

Payal Rohatgi’s Twitter account suspended, the actress says she is being targeted by ‘liberals and extremists’

Payal Rohatgi has stated that her efforts to share facts has been projected in a bad light by liberals and extremists who control Twitter.

Delhi riots: Chargesheet links Rajdhani School owner Faisal Farooque with Nizamuddin Markaz, says he was in touch with Maulana Saad’s associate

The crime branch has stated that Faisal Farooque was a regular attendee at Nizamuddin Markaz and had close ties with Maulana Saad's confidante Abdul Aleem.

Pakistanis and Kashmiri separatists hail terrorist Burhan Wani on his death anniversary, vow to ‘resist India’s occupation’ of Kashmir

In a fierce battle, Burhan Wani was eliminated by security forces on 8th July 2016 in the Kokernag area of the Anantnag district.

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