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10% Quota tailormade for poor brahmin fiction, excludes Rajput, Jaat, Maratha, Patel, Kamma etc

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  S Kumar The recently passed 124th Constitutional Amendment Bill to provide 10% reservation for savarna castes is certainly problematic due to many reasons. Most importantly, it alters the fundamental basis of reservation, which is mitigating the discrimination based on caste. This article, however, is focused on the beneficiaries of this policy change. The amendment …

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Are Indian authorities planning to hack the next election?

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  S. Kumar The next state assembly elections for Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh (HP) are due in the coming months. The election in HP is scheduled on 9 Nov’17 and result will be declared on 18 Dec’17. The state has about 5 million registered voters. Further, the election in Gujarat will be held across 28,639 …

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How has the Indian Constitution moved towards Hitler’s German Constitution?

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  S. Kumar Many political analysts have compared Indian PM Narendra Modi’s style with that of German autocrat Adolf Hitler. However, this article has very little to do with the comparison of the two well known powerful leaders separated by different eras. The main intent of this article is to compare the Laws of the …

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Why RSS can’t accept even a Sanghi SC/ST/OBC Judge?

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  S Kumar Nomination of Mr. Ram Nath Kovind for the presidential position has again brought the caste politics to the forefront of Indian politics. While a Brahmin appointment like the outgoing President Pranab Mukherjee was free of caste noise, the appointment of Mr. Kovind with his Dalit identity is the trending topic across media. …

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How UPSC snatched 3 IAS seats from SC to reserve them for upper castes?

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  S Kumar Three IAS seats may look small in the total of 1099 finally selected candidates but let’s look at statistics to understand how big 3 IAS seats are. A total of about 11 Lac candidates applied for the UPSC Civil Services 2016 examination and finally, 1099 successful candidates were selected. Every applicant applying …

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Why Trump failed and Modi succeeded in passing new laws forcefully

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  S Kumar There are many parallels between Indian PM Modi and US President Trump. However, the focus of this article is only on why is Modi able to push through his agenda by passing new laws while Trump is unable to get through his way in the law making process. In US, Trump’s first …