Sale!

Jan 2018

100.00 60.00

THE majority of the country, especially the pundits, failed to realise that the ‘real’ change in the 2014 election wasn’t the emergence of a ‘new face’ or return of the BJP. It signified the beginning of the transformation of the seven-decade-old Indian polity, which would naturally enmesh with radical and disruptive social and economic changes. Narendra Modi’s was a call for ‘total change’, the construction of a ‘New India’, and a kind of a body-politic somersault. More importantly, his implementation was ‘sudden’.

SKU: gfilesjan18 Category:

Description

Weight : 100 gm
Dimensions : 260 x 180 x 0.5 mm

To Top
Latest Articles
close slider

Lastest Articles

 
From the Editor : Anil Tyagi
 
Eyes Wide Shut : A unique initiative
 
Police Reforms : Crime and Politics
 
Police Reforms : Fear remains the key
 
Police Reforms : Sensitising the police
 
Governance : Railways – Sarkar or Vyapar ?
 
Governance : AFSPA – A law that needs to go
 
Governance : A case of an FIR and an award
 
Governance : Development Agenda for New India 2022
 
Governance : Time to cash in
 
Governance : Too much noise
 
Corruption : FROM RAJ TO RAFALE – 1 : Clive of Corruption
 
Bric a brac : Amit Shah takes centrestage
 
Bric a brac : Arrogant ministers and the media
 
Bric a brac : AICC faces space constraint
 
Bric a brac : Now, Made in Gujarat
 
By the way : Rockstar Amitabh
 
By the way : J&K Police needs a DG
 
By the way : Roaring Khandelwal
 
By the way : Super Chief Minister!