GST : ‘One country, one tax’ promise and reality

Thursday, June 8th, 2017

New Delhi : The introduction of the Goods and Services Tax deserves to go down as the most important tax reform done till date. Everyone who has worked on bringing it about deserves a share of the credit. What remains is to ensure its smooth introduction, and to look back on what might have been […]

“The demonetization move could change the face of the Indian economy.”

Thursday, November 24th, 2016

The need for the government to keep the move a secret — so that tax evaders wouldn’t be alerted before the demonetization took place — affected preparedness. Jaitley admits it will take two-three weeks to reconfigure the ATMs to handle the newer and larger notes. A Rs 2,000 note has also been introduced. Modi has […]

Why peace with Pakistan is difficult, if not impossible

Saturday, July 18th, 2015
Pak Border

The Indian and Pakistani prime ministers met at Ufa in Russia on the sidelines of an international summit and decided to resume dialogue. Indians have seen this drama of talks alternated by tensions or a terrorist attack in India so many times that it is difficult to be optimistic this time. Why is it so […]

Pakistan must know there is a limit to India’s patience

Friday, July 25th, 2014
Pakistan must know there is a limit to India's patience

On July 26, 1999, the Pakistan army finally retreated from the heights it had surreptitiously occupied on the Indian side of the Line of Control in the Kargil district of Jammu and Kashmir in the early summer months of the year  that is, the posts from which it had not been pushed back by the […]

The female embryo protection bill needs empowerment by society

Monday, November 11th, 2013

In free India thousands of female embryos are wasted by abortion, killing and feeding them to the street dogs by the doctor’s concerned in private practice, at the coast of a God fearing Indian society. The Hindus especially believe in five worst since, among them killing of women embryos and cows, are considered never to […]

Solve problems in mid-day meal scheme implementation

Tuesday, July 30th, 2013
Mid day meal

Bangalore : Schools are  temples of knowledge. But it seems they are considered as mere lesson making  shops. In a way schools play a very important role in the educational, social and all-round development of students.  Therefore schools and teachers  have a very import responsibility of  shaping the future generation. The society has a lot […]

Advani Vs Modi – BJP at cross roads

Friday, June 21st, 2013
Modi kills bjp

The Sudden Resignation of LK Advani from all the Important posts from BJP central Working committee and subsequent withdrawal has thrown BJP in to quandary. Narendra Modies elevation as head of publicity in BJP Working committee let the Worms out of can. Underestimating Advani factor in the over-all strategy of fighting forthcoming Lokasabha election will […]

Victory for the Indian Parliamentary democracy –Election 2013

Wednesday, May 8th, 2013
Vidhana Soudha

Mangalore : The just concluded election result throws a few fundamental questions regarding parliamentary democracy, cast politics and secularism which is unique to India.  Congress party ruled India for 60 years with the platform  of Parliamentary democracy of British model. The founding fathers of our constitution had the vision of diverse India and its complex […]

Karkala Assembly Constituency poll prospects

Saturday, May 4th, 2013
Karkala Assembly

Karkala : Karkala assembly constituency has got the distinction of having cheif minister of Karnataka has its candidate who is none other than Veerappa Moily who at present is a petroleum minister at central cabinet. He won the election 6 time in Karkala from Congress party. Candidate  from Praja socialist Party won the election in […]

Hot contest anticipated from Mangalore North constituency

Saturday, May 4th, 2013
Mangalore North constituency

Mangalore : The tri-angular contest expected from Mangalore North (Surathkal) between Krishna Palemar of BJP, BA Moideen Bava of Congress and Ramachandra Baikampady of KJP. JD(S) candidate Gulaam Mohammed is having some influence in the constituency in which total of 9 candidates are in a fray. The other candidates are Abubaker from SDPI, Supreeth Kumar […]