Kamal Morarka

Video : Policy Puzzle of Modi Government

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Video : UP Local Body Result | EVM Under Scanner

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Video : Narendra Modi’s speech level in Gujarat Election

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Video : Election in Himachal and Gujarat | Election Commission’s Impartiality

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Alarm bell sounded for BJP in Gujarat

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Not much is happening these days. Impending Gujarat election is in the news. Rahul Gandhi got a reception in Gujarat which the best of his supporters could not have expected. It is not that he suddenly has become popular in Gujarat, but it is due to the disenchantment with the BJP for various reasons. It is also evident in the speeches of the Gujarat leaders particularly Narendra Modi, when he has now taken the whole thing on himself; and whatever ...

Video : BJP’s wrong policy helps Congress | Gujarat Election

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An Objective view on Two Years of Modi Government

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Two years have passed since this government came to power. They are celebrating it on a grand scale as would be expected, but let us take an objective view. An objective view would suggest that as far as administration is concerned, it is average, five on ten. The problem with this government is that they had raised the expectations so high during the election process that people who supported them and put them in to power are a disappointed lot, ...

‘Principles Today Have Taken a Backseat’ : Congress Image Has Taken A Beating

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The news of recent times is the long interview that Rahul Gandhi gave to Arnab Goswami. The problem is that he has started too late. If he would have started all these years ago, by now he would have been a polished interviewee who would have been given politically correct replies. Sincerity and good intentions are not enough. He tried his best to answer the questions but there was a glaring lapse on the Sikh riots of 1984. That is ...