Opinion/Commentary
Three years on, a work in progress - Swapan Dasgupta, Hindustan Times
There is a common thread that binds the most ardent supporters of the prime minister, Narendra Modi and his most trenchant critics: Both see him as an agent of radical change. While his avid admirers have faith in Modi’s ability to be the vehicle of transformation — a process that goes beyond mere reforms — that will usher a self-confident, culturally assertive and economically buoyant ‘New India’, his foes are convinced that the NDA government is assaulting the Nehruvian ‘idea of India’ and replacing it with something narrow, regressive and even authoritarian.
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Non-state actors of Pakistan - Bhopinder Singh, Pioneer
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Opposition sounds bugle - Pavan K Varma, Times of India
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