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Ashali Varma

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Is Rahul Gandhi on the same page as Imran Khan?

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Ashali Varma It is astounding to hear Rahul Gandhi and Imran Khan of Pakistan talking about the abrogation of Article 370 and 35 A. They both along with their cronies are talking about democracy being dead in India! Does not Rahul realise that the only time de... More »

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Finally Nehru’s folly revoked in Jammu and Kashmir

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Ashali Varma Finally, after decades, what Prime Minister Nehru gave to Sheikh Abdullah has been revoked. It took almost seven decades to do this and endless blood and treasure for the Government of India. Thousands of lives were lost and generations of Kashmir... More »

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Rahul’s pathetic resignation letter

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Ashali Varma Rahul’s three- page resignation letter further establishes why his party had their second biggest defeat in 2019. He totally rejects the fact that India has changed for the better; housing for the poor; toilets; electricity; low inflation and much... More »

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Why is Mamata playing with lives?

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Ashali Varma No chief minister in a democracy can be totally unaccountable. During the Panchayat Elections and again during the Indian Elections, more workers from opposition parties were harassed and even killed in West Bengal under chief minister Mamata Bane... More »

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The BJP Tsunami

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Ashali Varma The 23rd of May, 2019 is the day that will go down in history as India’s win. The people of this great country gave the BJP a mandate that no one thought was possible, yet… via TOI Blog More »

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Why PM Modi and the BJP will win on May 23 2019

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Ashali Varma As a non- mainstream journalist, and one who spends hours watching and researching mainstream print, TV and social media, I had predicted President Trump’s win after his last debate with the other Republican candidates. I saw how as an outsider in... More »

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Poll violence in West Bengal

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Ashali Varma When it comes to election violence, West Bengal tops the charts. It is disturbing that there is a part of India where the stakes for the ruling party and its henchmen are so high, that they will kill, burn and brutalize the voters who they think w... More »