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    Rajesh Kumar Sinha

    Rajesh Kumar Sinha, MA, MLISc, MPhil, PG Diploma in Journalism is a serving Librarian with the South Eastern Railway, Ministry of Railways. He has worked in print and web media for six years and writes for Foreign Policy News (US) and Rail Journal (India).

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  • The Congress and its nadir in Indian Politics0

    Jawaharlal Nehru, Indira Gandhi, and Harry S. Truman Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru being greeted by U.S. Pres. Harry S. Truman at the start of Nehru’s visit to the United States in October 1949; Nehru’s daughter, Indira, who later served as prime minister, is on the right. Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.   by Rajesh Kumar Sinha 

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  • The Man Who Helped Identify and Kill Osama0

    by Rajesh Kumar Sinha       2 May 2021 Hailed as a hero in the United Sates while a traitor to most in Pakistan, Dr. Shakeel Afridi, is being taught a lesson in his native country that neither he, nor his countrymen are going to forget in a hurry. For the last ten years, he has

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  • Pakistan: The Land of Incessant Troubles0

    by Rajesh Kumar Sinha        23 April 2021 There are countries that tend to portray their land as that of opportunities, of natural beauty, of great historical import and all that. However, when one comes across Pakistan in its current form and shape, one concept that easily gets connected to it is that it has of

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  • India: State Elections and Its Implications on National Politics0

    by Rajesh Sinha   22 April 2021 The long-drawn-out elections to the provincial assemblies to the four states and Pondicherry are about to conclude. Though results to all of them are to be announced only on the 2nd May, the Election Commission of India (ECI) is up against many odds this time. Entrusted with the responsibility

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  • The Corona Pandemic: If India could have done better0

    by Rajesh Kumar Sinha          7 March 2021 The Corona pandemic that has created unprecedented mayhem across the world, shaking political executives and debilitating the global economy, has led the world to ponder over if we could have averted it…if we could have done better to handle this. The same applies to

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  • Human Rights and Its Politics in India0

    by Rajesh Kumar Sinha   27 February 2021 Very recently, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet criticised India for its alleged human rights violations in the Indian-state of Kashmir and also at the ongoing farm agitation. The allegations of former Chilean president who has frequently been at loggerheads with India on issues of

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  • Elections in Bengal: Intense Political Battle Ahead0

    by Rajesh Kumar Sinha    21 February 2021 The state assembly elections are about to take place in five of the Indian states in the next few weeks. Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Pondicherry in the south and Assam and West Bengal in the east, will have the election process underway soon. Elections in India, are a

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  • The Reality of Farmers’ Protest in India0

      by Rajesh Kumar Sinha     12 February 2021 The ongoing 80-days old farmers’ agitation against the reformist new farm laws in India has attracted global attention and unsavoury headlines. The Modi-government is under fire, both within India and even from some individuals and organisations internationally. There has been a barrage of criticisms from opposition

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  • India’s Surging Forex Reserves and Its Significance0

    by Rajesh Kumar Sinha      6 February 2021 In the midst of distressing economic signals India is going through in the last few months, one very positive development has occurred on the foreign exchange (forex) front. The development is extremely critical when it is seen in the context of two important factors. One, it

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  • Democracy Circumvents Myanmar…Once Again0

    by Rajesh Kumar Sinha      3 February 2021 The whispers of a likely military coup were in the air in the last week of January. In fact, people in Yangon were already bracing themselves to return to military rule after a turbulent democratic rule for nearly a decade. And Myanmar’s powerful military stunned the

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  • Nepal: Difficult Times Ahead0

    by Rajesh Kumar Sinha       26 January 2021 The picturesque, mountainous landlocked country of Nepal is again preparing itself for difficult times. A country is known for Mount Everest, Buddhism, and natural beauty is bracing itself for turbulent politics and socio-economic disruptions. How that will affect its democratic political system, still in its infancy,

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  • The Vaccine Politics in India0

    by Rajesh Kumar Sinha         22 January 2021 After a long and highly anticipated wait, the vaccine to fight against the troublesome Corona is out. After extensive trials and cumbersome regulatory approvals, it is out. It is being used since late December last year for various segments of the population in a few

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  • Year-end review: Emerging Challenges for South Asia0

      by Rajesh Kumar Sinha       3 January 2020 The year 2020 has just ended. The year has been extremely calamitous for the whole world. Especially, the pandemic Corona Virus has created such an unfortunate state where economies, infrastructure, loss of lakhs of lives, job losses, and uncertainty has gripped the whole of humanity.

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  • Pakistan and Its Incessant Troubles0

    by Rajesh Kumar Sinha     30 December 2020 Not very long ago, politicians, media, and people in Pakistan were fond of repeatedly claiming the pride of being the lone Islamic Nuclear Power. Things have gone totally awry now. Pakistan today is in the global limelight for all the unpleasant reasons. For not being let off

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