Editorial

Making History, The Indian Way

 By the Editor So, the elections are over. India has a new prime minister, a new government with clear mandate and a new completely decimated opposition. But even in this shocking of a result, it leaves one wondering how come the Congress, SP, BSP, DMK, JD (U) and most vociferous […]

May 19, 2014 · 1 comment · Editorial

Election Commission, Neutral Observer or Active Enforcer

 By the Editor Swiss are known for their neutrality, chocolates and protecting their clients’ interest. Election Commission is also known to follow similar behavioral pattern sometimes minus the chocolate off course. These elections are unprecedented in all aspects including the role election commission plays in facilitating the electoral process. Does […]

May 12, 2014 · 0 comments · Editorial

Eye for an Eye Doesn’t Makes the Whole World Blind

By Editor Israel is roughly the size of our north eastern states of Meghalaya and Manipur but this small Jewish state is known to fiercely defend its citizens against external and internal threats. It’s army and intelligence agencies such as Mossad make sure that its enemies live with unease wherever […]

May 5, 2014 · 0 comments · Editorial

Women Security, A Priority

By Editor There was one case study example covered in a book on body language where a female executive was asked to go abroad on a company assignment. She was all excited for the task until she was told where she was going, India. She didn’t spoke anything but her clearly […]

April 28, 2014 · 2 comments · Editorial

Secularism for Poplularism? Religious Fault Lines in Indian Election

By Editor Throughout human history whether it’s elected representatives or constitutional monarchy, religion has always played a dominant role in usurping or embalmment to power.   In India every major election till date has been tinged with the colors of faith but this election has more hue than others. Apart from some […]

April 21, 2014 · 1 comment · Editorial