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Sun sets on greatest alliance - Bhopinder Singh, Pioneer
Romance and nostalgia surrounding the grandeur of the British empire in the 19th and 20th century is predicated on “the empire on which the sun never sets.” This pomposity was extended to include emerging America in the mid-19th century to posit the Anglophone domain, as noted by Alexander Campbell in 1852, “To Britain and America, god has granted the possession of the new world; and because the sun never sets upon our religion, our language and our arts…” Subsequently, the two world wars of the 20th century changed the global narrative and the churn of history left the British empire to hold on and cast its equation with the US in a Churchellian expression, “special relationship.”
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A politician of principles - M Venkaiah Naidu, Pioneer
The ticking time bomb - Hiranmay Karlekar, Pioneer
Goodbye Rahul Gandhi - Sagarika Ghose, Times of India
An idea at best - Pioneer
New way of doing politics - VV Sundar, Pioneer
Who will lead Opposition ranks? - Sandeep Phukan, Hindu
Reimagine tryst with prosperity - Bindu Dalmia, Pioneer
Beyond the wall: On the Gandhis looking for scapegoats - Hindu
Work to reduce crashes - KK Paul, Pioneer
One step forward despite hurdles - Kalyani Shankar, Pioneer
Listen to the youth - RK Pachauri, Pioneer
Lurching from crisis to crisis - Sandhya Jain, Pioneer
Reform defence planning - PK Vasudeva, Pioneer
How integrated is our command? - Deepak Sinha, Pioneer
Rahul Gandhi can’t be fixed - Sadanand Dhume, Times of India
Modi, Modi all over - Pioneer
Why people are going Right - Rinku Ghosh, Pioneer
Wake up and smell the coffee - Biswajeet Banerjee, Pioneer
Invited for Modi’s Swearing-in, Are BIMSTEC Nations Now India’s Preferred Choice Over SAARC? - Maha Siddiqui, News18
Many a hurdle in way to being world power - Manoj Joshi, TribuneIndia
Congress beyond Gandhis - TribuneIndia
No easy solutions for the Congress - Zoya Hasan, Hindu
Modi, the faith keeper - Prafull Goradia, Pioneer
India incredibly Modi-fied - Navin Upadhyay, Pioneer
Leadership sweepstakes and the Modi factor - Sandeep Shastri, Hindu
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