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OK elections done, we won.

 

Now we hold the govt and BJP/coalition to task. If they fail we hold them accountable loud and clear. We might have been a bit lenient in their 1st term, now if they * up we keep bumping this thread. 

 

@beetle @Cricketics can you sticky this. Let us use this one for healthy criticism of govt and the ruling coalition parties. 

 

Fellow BJP supporters, if we don't hold the govt to task we will be failing India. 

 

 

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* Absolute failure of HRD ministry.

* Clueless IT ministry on dealing with tech giants. 

* Lack of concrete steps against Maoist insurgency, frustrating to hear 'Kadi-Ninda' on repeat mode. 

* Women reservation bill pending for approval in Lok Sabha, even after getting passed in Rajya Sabha in 2010. At least the voting should've been done during last term itself.

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9 minutes ago, velu said:

 

too early :smash:

 

BJP can commit murder and still win  as long as pappu and pappi are handling congress :giggle:

BJP will give enough reasons to keep this thread active, both haters and supporters will have plenty of grouse. Haters obviously :phehe:, even supporters because BJP didn't do enough for its core voter base in NDA-1 and @coffee_rules bhai agrees with me on that one.

 

Now add JDU, SS, LJP, Akalis etc, circus will start very soon :--D.  

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6 hours ago, Gollum said:

 

 

 

BJP can't repeat the mistakes of Congress, dynasty politics has to end. 

Every father son, daughter contesting elections can't be called dynasty till you have democratic practice in the party. Dynastic practice is only when party is in control of one family like Gandhis, yadavs, DMK down south, Akalis, etc. BJP doesn't have any such thing.

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6 hours ago, Turning_track said:

* Absolute failure of HRD ministry.

* Clueless IT ministry on dealing with tech giants. 

* Lack of concrete steps against Maoist insurgency, frustrating to hear 'Kadi-Ninda' on repeat mode. 

* Women reservation bill pending for approval in Lok Sabha, even after getting passed in Rajya Sabha in 2010. At least the voting should've been done during last term itself.

No reservation for anyone should be the way forward.

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3 hours ago, rkt.india said:

Every father son, daughter contesting elections can't be called dynasty till you have democratic practice in the party. Dynastic practice is only when party is in control of one family like Gandhis, yadavs, DMK down south, Akalis, etc. BJP doesn't have any such thing.

Give it a few years time, this is just the beginning. Once you introduce dynasts the party's democratic process is already rigged. They get a head start and preference over other candidates. 

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Even though from INC ruled MP, have to put these videos on record. BJP is the party that unleashed this monstrosity on our society. One of the haramis here is seen in many photos with terror accused Pragya Thakur, fringe is now mainstream. 

 

 

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Take back reservations ,country is already lagging. Ambedkar Ji wanted just a couple of generations, here we have given almost 70 years. 

India wont move forward with this baggage 

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20 hours ago, Adi BB said:

Reservation should only be on economic basis and to tribal people ,not on basis of caste 

How do you ascertain the economic status of a household?

Most people who run businesses, either big or small, tend to understate their income to escape the tax dragnet. 

 

Easier said than done.

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5 hours ago, Mariyam said:

How do you ascertain the economic status of a household?

Most people who run businesses, either big or small, tend to understate their income to escape the tax dragnet. 

 

Easier said than done.

Also agriculture.

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7 hours ago, Mariyam said:

How do you ascertain the economic status of a household?

Most people who run businesses, either big or small, tend to understate their income to escape the tax dragnet. 

 

Easier said than done.

EWS is a testing mode or a precursor 

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On 5/27/2019 at 9:42 AM, Nikhil_cric said:

Not a supporter but now that we have this government , I expect NDA-2 to atleast outperform NDA-1 instead of resorting to the same old BS. 

This is NDA-3 from 2019. NDA-2 is 2014 and NDA-1 is 1999. NDA-2 looked more assertive than NDA-1, Modi was not too worried about pleasing the secular media. The same will go in NDA-3, the idea of India is about national cause taking everybody along. Even though it should not fall into Hindutva pitfalls, but essentially it is the same goal of Nation first and change people's mindset to think about the country. Cleanliness, corruption, population, pollution needs a change of mindset. That should be focus of NDA-3. Keep Govt out of temples just like they keep out churches and mosques. 

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On 5/27/2019 at 12:38 AM, Mariyam said:

How do you ascertain the economic status of a household?

Most people who run businesses, either big or small, tend to understate their income to escape the tax dragnet. 

 

Easier said than done.

Economic data has a footprint, it can be tracked. But, if we stick to caste, we will have the rich classes among lower castes getting away with benefits while a poor upper-caste is left behind.

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On 5/26/2019 at 7:47 AM, rkt.india said:

Every father son, daughter contesting elections can't be called dynasty till you have democratic practice in the party. Dynastic practice is only when party is in control of one family like Gandhis, yadavs, DMK down south, Akalis, etc. BJP doesn't have any such thing.

They haven’t been in power to practice vanshwaad. Aa raha hai Abhi. Abhi to suraj uga hai. Abhi to hindu right wing ka bahut chutiya katna hai

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On 5/29/2019 at 7:16 PM, mishra said:

Letting Mamata kill over 54 bjp party workers is crime. Bring on President rule. 

 

This is not acceptable at all, I do not like Or support this Manmohan Modi

BJP themselves killed and claimed Mamta killed. It’s common with BJP to kill hindus for their own benefit. Even rape minors for pleasure

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On 6/3/2019 at 8:02 AM, Haarkarjeetgaye said:

BJP themselves killed and claimed Mamta killed. It’s common with BJP to kill hindus for their own benefit. Even rape minors for pleasure

I think you are a hindu as well.  Did what you said above happen with you as well? 

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10 hours ago, rkt.india said:

I think you are a hindu as well.  Did what you said above happen with you as well? 

Not with me but with my father. Thankfully he wasn't murdered but was asked how much can he contribute to party fund to get a coveted professional post in Haryana. He walked away. That post has to be for highly qualified people, not bribe givers.

 

A young girl was raped and murdered in Unnao. I am sure everyone has forgotten that

45 vyapam victims, hindus were murdered. Who cares?

Two planes with about 40 air force personnel have gone missing. No clue?

IAF shot down its own helicopter with 6 personnel in it?

Chikki scam wintnesses?

 

And you may want to find out how some BJP karykartas have pleasure in Delhi. Check in girl schools. You may also get an offer.

 

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This womanising, murders, lynching are political or pleasure moves but how come nobody is worried about the highest unemployment rate in 45 years. Mostly hit Manufacturing and Agri sectors.

 

Tech is going to be badly hit soon with RPA , AI / ML coming in full swing. The bosses can only slow the progress, not avoid it.

Banks are going to take a big hit globally with crypto-currencies and new money transfer mechanisms.

 

Which sector is going to bring back job momentum?

 

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On 6/3/2019 at 8:02 AM, Haarkarjeetgaye said:

BJP themselves killed and claimed Mamta killed. It’s common with BJP to kill hindus for their own benefit. Even rape minors for pleasure

I think you are a retard ! 

Stop pretending being an Indian, you are exposed buddy 

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8 hours ago, Adi BB said:

I think you are a retard ! 

Stop pretending being an Indian, you are exposed buddy 

N S Sidhdhu has his followers on icf too. :phew:

Elections are over. Indian Public has given middle finger salute to everyone with that view

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On 6/3/2019 at 3:32 AM, Haarkarjeetgaye said:

BJP themselves killed and claimed Mamta killed. It’s common with BJP to kill hindus for their own benefit. Even rape minors for pleasure

So BJP must not be a Hindu Nationalist Party. Right :cantstop:

Hindus are Chewtiya. All of them? :((

Except offcourse you :phehe:

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Modi's Yoga day message is wrong, a centrist dhimmi message. ..Yoga is not beyond faith. Say it is the contribution of Indian civilization, Sanatana Dharma, to the world, don't say it is beyond faith, but say it shows the inclusiveness of Sanatana Dharma. Messages like Yoga is beyond borders, will allow other religions and regions to digest it and misappropriate Yoga. Hence we have Christian Yoga, Islamic Yoga as well. There is Yogic spirituality that is deep rooted in our civilization. Sad.

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6 minutes ago, coffee_rules said:

Modi's Yoga day message is wrong, a centrist dhimmi message. ..Yoga is not beyond faith. Say it is the contribution of Indian civilization, Sanatana Dharma, to the world, don't say it is beyond faith, but say it shows the inclusiveness of Sanatana Dharma. Messages like Yoga is beyond borders, will allow other religions and regions to digest it and misappropriate Yoga. Hence we have Christian Yoga, Islamic Yoga as well. There is Yogic spirituality that is deep rooted in our civilization. Sad.

There are many battles, the first battle was to take ownership, and that's what Modi did and acheived successfully. He has shown it is from India and emphasis on our solid historical knowledge.

 

15 years ago, our own people foolishly taught of Yoga, as nonsense and refused to acknowledge it, whereas the West were trying to  "patent" Yoga exercises as their own.

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13 minutes ago, someone said:

There are many battles, the first battle was to take ownership, and that's what Modi did and acheived successfully. He has shown it is from India and emphasis on our solid historical knowledge.

 

15 years ago, our own people foolishly taught of Yoga, as nonsense and refused to acknowledge it, whereas the West were trying to  "patent" Yoga exercises as their own.

Agree on that front. I am pushing my RW agenda. Push back on the academia West-splaining what our Dharma actually means. We should telling them what it means.

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5 minutes ago, coffee_rules said:

Agree on that front. I am pushing my RW agenda. Push back on the academia West-splaining what our Dharma actually means. We should telling them what it means.

You should check U-turn theory by Rajiv Malhotra. Very relevant....

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Total capitulation before peacefuls in Delhi the last month or so. Islamists can damage public property, butcher Hindus, destroy temples, rape/kidnap minors, forcefully convert etc but majority has to maintain secular silence, police has to side with the aggressors. * Amit Shah, * Modi. Also a stubborn refusal to go after the fifth column I see, libtards and extremist Muslims maligning India and Hindus 24x7 and these jokers are still continuing their chudaap from previous tenure. 

 

Again when will our temples be free from govt control? This is happening under Modi's watch.

Madurai: Villagers protest against proposed government takeover of three ancient temples

 

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^^^^^

 

 

We're in a slowdown. The country needs massive, massive influx of cash to create jobs and get the economy moving. To top it off, we can't really print money like the Americans do with quant easing.

 

 

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1 minute ago, Jimmy Cliff said:

Hope you are right. Let me see if I find anything that debunks this.

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"On the circulation and publication of reports that a separate passport and Naga flag has been accepted by the government of India, Ravi rubbished the reports said, “These are all mischievous rumours. There is nothing in it.”"

http://www.nagalandpost.com/naga-solution-rests-on-flexibilities-ravi/199871.html

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15 minutes ago, Jimmy Cliff said:

 

desperate passport is way too fimlsy and i dont think even congress government will agree with such a demand ..

without these naga and mizo chicks ( massage therapists :hmmm: :cantstop: )  , bangalores massage parlours will be shut down :giggle:

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Major grievance addressed, honestly never expected this. Thought they would touch 35-A and leave the rest. Even that would have been a positive but what happened today has been a dream, one of the most satisfying days as a citizen of this great nation. 

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On 8/5/2019 at 6:17 PM, Gollum said:

Major grievance addressed, honestly never expected this. Thought they would touch 35-A and leave the rest. Even that would have been a positive but what happened today has been a dream, one of the most satisfying days as a citizen of this great nation. 

The way some opposition members (Read Congress) came out against party whip in support of Modis moove only goes to show "Congress Mukt Bharat" is not far.

 

Now back to India. Its time all Libtards (Yes libtards) to come together and completely change their thinking and work with or against Modi Government on Economics. Enough of this caste language region religion BS. Libtards can and should give BJP lectures on economics. A policy shift is needed from libtards. Only problem I see is, Unlike past rulers, Chaivala may simply copy those economics lessons

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Neighbourhood first: Capacity needs to match the commitment

Failure to deliver on commitments has begun to affect New Delhi’s reputation and, in some cases, perversely incentivised neighbours to further deepen their outreach to China

New Delhi has made extraordinary efforts to reconnect with the region in recent years. Under the “neighbourhood first” policy, the mindset changed positively towards connectivity and Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s outreach to leaders from Bimstec (Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation) countries for his swearing-in ceremony indicates that there is political will to keep prioritising the region and make further commitments. But beyond good intentions and commitments, India’s real test in the neighbourhood will be to expand its capacity to implement, open its economy, and stop reacting to Chinese inroads.

Slogans aside, credit is due to Modi’s political outreach to the neighbourhood since 2014. Before him, no Indian prime minister had visited Nepal and Sri Lanka on proper bilateral visits since the late 1990s and 1970s, respectively. When Pakistan obstructed India’s connectivity agenda at Saarc (South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation), New Delhi pragmatically moved on to cooperate with like-minded neighbours under Bimstec and BBIN (a sub-regional grouping of Bangladesh, Bhutan, India and Nepal).

Land boundary and shipping agreements were finally concluded with Bangladesh, which hosted the first-ever visit of an Indian defence minister in 2016. India also became a net electricity exporter to its neighbours and opened four new Integrated Check Posts (ICPs) to facilitate cross-border trade, with 13 more planned on the borders with Nepal, Bangladesh and Bhutan.

Such initiatives reflect a new focus on the periphery and a growing understanding that Indian economic and security interests can only be achieved through greater regional integration. Even if only belatedly, reacting to China’s sudden appearance in the neighbourhood, New Delhi seems to have finally woken up to connectivity as a strategic imperative. Paradoxically, however, “neighbourhood first” has also exposed tremendous capacity deficiencies. Whether it is the ministry of external affairs (MEA) or several line ministries, the bureaucratic machinery has been struggling more than ever to realise Modi’s bold commitments to neighbours on the ground.

India’s first and foremost challenge will, therefore, be to bridge the growing gap between increasing political commitments and its stagnant administrative capacity to follow up. India will continue to underdeliver until it expands its capacity to implement. Nowhere was this more apparent than in 2016, when Modi announced Bimstec as a priority even while it took India two years to depute its director to the organisation’s secretariat. Failure to deliver on commitments has thus begun to affect New Delhi’s reputation and, in some cases, perversely incentivised neighbours to further deepen their outreach to China.

To reduce this implementation gap, India must start to massively expand its diplomatic cadre at the MEA but, at the same time, also curtail its role as an international gatekeeper. Other ministries, the armed forces and state governments must be given greater autonomy to directly engage with their cross-border counterparts. Another way to speed up implementation would be to appoint a cabinet-ranked prime minister’s special envoy on regional connectivity, with political clout to reach out directly to leaders in neighbouring capitals and overcome bureaucratic hurdles.

Second, as the subcontinent’s predominant power, India’s investment in connectivity will only succeed if there is also economic openness. However much it may hurt, Modi will have to invest political capital for India to lead by example and open up its economy to the neighbours. He alluded to this in 2018, when he emphasised that “India is ready to work as the Sherpa for Nepal”. This may be easy to say, but to concede asymmetric advantages to neighbours will be costly, both at home and abroad, where cross-border mobility will affect protectionist interests and demographic balances. Political leadership will be required to sustain positive discrimination towards Indian neighbours as a strategic investment in interdependence.

This can be pushed through, for example, by eliminating all bureaucratic, tariff, security and any other barriers to trade and transportation between Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh through Indian territory. Another would be to adopt the pending Bimstec free trade agreement. In several other areas, New Delhi will fail to connect unless it concedes. Why should Nepal keep begging for more air transport corridors across India or keep its border open according to an outdated bilateral treaty from 1950? And why should the Maldives refrain from further trade liberalisation with China, if India is not able to offer better terms?

Finally, India will have to regain the initiative over China, which is now a resident power in South Asia, whether through its optic fibre connecting Nepal across the Himalayas; the 99-year lease of Sri Lanka’s Hambantota port; or its shareholding in the Dhaka Stock Exchange. While adjusting to Beijing’s growing influence in its backyard, India has often oscillated between the extremes of hopeful inaction, waiting for Chinese initiative to fizzle out, and obsessive obstruction of Chinese projects as alleged security threats. Beyond such short-termism, New Delhi must invest in ways that can shape neighbouring countries’ long-term incentives to connect with India first.

This will require more focus on capacity-building programmes that increase technical self-sufficiency and institutional resilience in neighbouring countries. Let China pay for hard connectivity, and instead explore India’s comparative advantage in cross-border infrastructure, soft connectivity and democratic governance. India will also have to prioritise trilateral partnerships with like-minded Indo-Pacific powers, especially Japan and the United States but also the European Union, if it wants to offer reliable alternatives to China. Finally, if it is serious about regional cooperation beyond just Bimstec, New Delhi will also have to recommit to Saarc to avoid its own diplomatic isolation in the region.

Constantino Xavier is a fellow at Brookings India, New Delhi

 

 

 

https://www.hindustantimes.com/analysis/neighbourhood-first-capacity-needs-to-match-the-commitment/story-R0jKdljegs8gBmWoU8VNqM.htmlhttps://www.hindustantimes.com/analysis/neighbourhood-first-capacity-needs-to-match-the-commitment/story-R0jKdljegs8gBmWoU8VNqM.html

 

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FM is a Naxal straight out of some JNU gulag. 

 

Executive branch has been reduced to the sword arm of the Judiciary, which continues to expand its powers unchecked. 

 

Legislature is paralyzed in the face of special interest groups, particularly unions. 

 

Babudom hasn't been reigned in, but, rather, they have been empowered. 

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29 minutes ago, Tibarn said:

FM is a Naxal straight out of some JNU gulag. Her new name should be NaxalRavan. 

 

Executive branch has been reduced to the sword arm of the Judiciary, which continues to expand its powers unchecked. 

 

Legislature is paralyzed in the face of special interest groups, particularly unions. 

 

Babudom hasn't been reigned in, but, rather, they have been empowered. 

Adding to this, Ayushman Bharat is a poison pill which will screw Bharat in the future. :facepalm: 

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