Why  modi_jawab_do is trending?

More than 1000 days ago, Staff selection commission released notification for SSC combination graduate level or SSC CGL 2018 exam. Shockingly, the candidates are still waiting for the final results even after a substantial time period of more than 2.5 years. Taking more than 2.5 years for finalising the results of competitive exams itself raises... Continue Reading →

Migrants, Judiciary & Suo Moto: Justice delayed, overlooked and Ignored.

Moshe lead the exodus of israelites out of the Egypt and across the red sea to liberation but in the current Indian scenario leading to the mass exodus of the migrants, who’s the Moshe?.Is it The Government?, the State Governments? or the Judiciary?. May be this exodus possess no Moshe. Migrants dying on roads, inside... Continue Reading →

How Migrant workers issue is hurting India’s “Global Superpower” Image ?

“The world’s biggest lockdown has forced migrants to walk hundreds of miles home”, “Desperate migrant workers trapped in lockdown”, “The Pandemic Exposes India’s Apathy Toward Migrant Workers”, : these are some of the headlines of leading international newspapers exposing the suffering of migrants in India and lack of concern on the part of authorities. From... Continue Reading →

Indira era vs Modi era: Is History repeating itself?

Both Indira and Modi, known for their flamboyance and audacity had been perceived as a godly figure by their respective party members. “My way or high way” is the tag line that describes them precisely. Indira banning RSS during the emergency and BJP’s “congress mukt bharat” says everything for the utter disregard they have for... Continue Reading →

Migrants on foot VS Special flights for Elite

That image of mass exodus of migrant workers at Delhi's Anand Vihar Bus terminal is on everyone's mind. Amid complete lockdown, it came as a shocker for the law enforcement agencies who were looking helpless before this immense assembly of migrants trying to escape to their respective home towns. A result of a serious lacuna... Continue Reading →

As Tablighis nod for plasma donation, Hate mongers caught in a weird situation.

All the so called “secular” hindi news channels left no stone unturned to label the “Tablighis” as the Corona Virus spreaders. Many of them ran never ending TV debates accusing the tablighis for the increasing number of coronavirus cases specifically in Delhi. One newspaper even published a cartoon depicting the coronavirus as a terrorist in... Continue Reading →

India’s thirst for the MSME revival package amid COVID-19.

The Indian growth story is significantly contributed by the MSME sector of India, stimulating entrepreneurship and the base for the largest employment opportunities. MSME sector also contributes to the Export sector. As per the information received from Directorate General of Commercial Intelligence and Statistics (DGCIS) the Share of MSME related Products in total Export from... Continue Reading →

Aren’t Bankers CoronaWarriors?

Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheBleedingInk9 From ABP News Ghanti Bajao campaign to Banking Union Strikes, bankers have put in all efforts to make their voices heard. Already facing a truckload of issues, the Corona Virus has arrived as a double whammy for the bankers. With the payment of the first instalment of Rs 500 to over... Continue Reading →

Corona and BRI: How India managed to be a Winner.

The Bleeding Ink

China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) or yi dai yi lu, is a “21st century silk road,” made up of a belt of land corridors and maritime route of shipping lanes. Ranging from South-East Asia to Europe and Africa, the BRI includes 71 countries that make up approximately half of the world’s population and a quarter of global GDP.
The Belt and Road Initiative is expected to cost more than $1tn (£760bn), China has already invested more than $210bn but the inception of the COVID-19 cast a cloud over the progress of this Chinese vision.

BRI is a state-backed campaign for global dominance and a massive marketing campaign for Chinese investments. The Sri Lankan Government has leased a port to a Chinese company for 99 years after failing to make repayments.
Djibouti, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, the Maldives, Mongolia, Montenegro, Pakistan and Tajikistan – are among the poorest in their respective regions and will owe more…

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