Articles by Jacob Nelly
If the wisest are those who are wise with money, Prime Minister Narendra Modi can take heart. India's ace investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala predicts Modi will come back to power in 2019.
Jul 24, 2018
Cows get better treatment than Alwar lynching victim; Rajasthan govt gets notice for contempt of court
Battle-hardened Trump cares little for criticism and would not change his stance just because domestic critics demand a change. Yet he took a U-turn on Putin's role in election hacks. Why couldn't he take that stance in Helsinki, in Putin's presence?
Jul 19, 2018
If Mufti sees the unravelling of her party as the handiwork of the BJP at the centre, that's a political problem she has to deal with using appropriate means. Invoking threat to national integrity and offering veiled support to the terrorists are not becoming of a leader of her stature.
Jul 13, 2018
The new weapon system - comprising Sarmat ICBM, Fifth-generation Su-57 stealth fighter, Armata Tanks and S-500 air defence architecture -- will have no equals in the world, according to Yury Borisov, the Russian deputy prime minister.
Jul 6, 2018
There are bigger chances of an Indian dying at the hands of a lynch mob than by an act of terror. What makes lynching a downright frightening prospect is that the "other" is easily targeted. Anyone who looks like a misfit in the very narrow definition of demographic identity can get killed.
Jul 6, 2018
Farm loan waiver was a marquee offer by Kumaraswamy. But he ran into trouble with the coalition partner over this. The CM has managed to deliver a Rs 34,000 crore loan waiver in the Karnataka budget, but is that enough? Farmers have been demanding waiver of all loans, which runs into a whopping Rs 1.14 lakh crore.
Jul 5, 2018
Karnataka Budget 2018 highlights: Homeland security university in Shivamogga, Film City in Ramanagara
Kerala police on manhunt after SFI worker Abhimanyu was murdered at Maharajas college, Ernakulam. Three workers of the SDPI have been arrested so far. SDPI is the political wing of the Popular Front of India, which descends from the dreaded NDF and shares the ideological fountains of the banned SIMI.
Jul 2, 2018
What are Popular Front, SIMI, NDF, SDPI and Campus Front? Ultra Islamist outfits in Kerala in focus after college murder
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