International Relations Theory of Balance of power in my perspective.
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The behavioral definition of power is useful to analysts and historians who devote considerable time reconstructing the past, but to politicians and leaders, it is ephemeral since the ability to control others can only happen with possession of resource such as population, territory, natural resources, economy, military and political stability. […] Read more»

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Importance of a Uniform Civil Code

A set of laws to govern personal matters of all citizens irrespective of religion is the cornerstone of true secularism. It would help end gender discrimination on religious grounds and strengthen the secular fabric.
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The recent progressive decisions of the Shani Shingnapur and Trimbakeshwar temple trusts to allow entry of women in the wake of a series of protests constitute a welcome development in what has been a long march towards gender equality. They also served to rekindle a countrywide debate on ending widespread […] Read more»

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Unite South Asia- Isolate Pakistan

The only instability in the South Asia region stems from the turmoil that Pakistan creates. We say goodbye to them and shake hands in the spirit of regionalism.
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The international isolation that Pakistan currently faces is unprecedented by most measures. Its misdeeds include its: inability to control terrorist activities both inside and outside the country; the nexus of government, intelligence, terrorists and the army; terrorist spillover to neighboring countries; army and intelligence-backed infiltration bids; and most subtly, its […] Read more»

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On Gandhi Jayanti- A critique of the so called “saint”

Joseph Lelyveld’s book Great Soul: Mahatma Gandhi and His Struggle with India is testament of what wrongs Gandhi comitted and stood for without undermining all his achievements.
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Joseph Lelyveld’s book Great Soul: Mahatma Gandhi and His Struggle with India does not break new ground, but the Gandhi of hagiographers takes a beating. We get reaffirmation, however, of Gandhi’s sheer presence, persistence and self-creation through self-promotion. What gets confirmed, too, is the moral ambiguity of the man who […] Read more»

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The Pak-Surgery Strikes

Is the surgical strike beneficial to India?- Most likely not.
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A surgical strike, according to a widely accepted definition, is “a military attack which results in, was intended to result in, or is claimed to have resulted in only damage to the intended legitimate military target, and no or minimal collateral damage to surrounding structures, vehicles, buildings, or the general […] Read more»

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Mamma’s Special Princess of Melodies

Benzy Kumar and Kavita Kumar
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Itti Si hasi; Itti si khushi Itta sa tukda chand ka Khwabon ke, tinko se Chal banayein Aashiyaan -Lyrics by Swanand Kirkire from the movie Barfi (one of Benzy’s favourite songs)   “Music is in itself healing”, said Billy Joel, the famous American pianist, songwriter and composer. And Benzy Kumar […] Read more»

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