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Green quotient ignored – The Hindu BusinessLine

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BusinessLine It is high time environmental concerns figured prominently in our electoral narrative. We have just completed the process of electing representatives to the 17th Lok Sabha with no commitment from any major political party of ensuring the health an... More »

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Mandate for continuity, agenda of change | editorials

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HindustanTimes Prime Minister Narendra Modi is all set to begin his next term. The 2019 election, as is evident by now, was Mr Modi’s election. He led the party to a spectacular victory. His messages resonated with the electorate. The voters had faith in his a... More »

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Modi owns the win and the aftermath | analysis

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HindustanTimes On Thursday, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) stormed to power in a victory whose magnitude was presaged by exit polls, but whose final tally had to be seen to be fully believed. The NDA’s victory, propelle... More »

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Bring in a regulatory regime for hi-tech | editorials

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HindustanTimes Reports in some newspapers and websites claim that global tech giants have put their India investments on hold as they seek clarity on the regulatory regime from India — especially when it comes to privacy, data-protection, and, in the case of e... More »

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Modi appeal cuts across caste, creed and religion

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BusinessLine The glorious re-election of Prime Minister Narendra Modi is the triumph of hope and optimism over the politics of division and negativity. In one stroke, the Prime Minister has decimated the age-old boundaries of caste, creed and religion to emerg... More »

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Election results: ET View: Why did Nyay flop so badly?

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Election promises hold little credibility anywhere in the world, even less in India, and especially from the Congress. As the BJP lost no time in pointing out, after Rahul Gandhi announced his Nyay scheme, Indira Gandhi has promised to remove poverty, way back... More »

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ET View: Jagan must raise governance

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Call it the fatigue factor or anti-incumbency. People of Andhra Pradesh have decisively voted for a change, with the YSR Congress led by YS Jagan Mohan Reddy set for a landslide win in the assembly polls, five years after the division of the state. The party’s... More »