By Alok Verma The Prime Minister on April 30th defined his government’s concept of ‘New India’ is that instead of ‘VIP’, more importance should be given to the ‘EPI’. Every Person is Important. Just after over 60 days UP Government comes out with an order issued by Additional Chief Secretary Sadakant for the restoration of […]

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By Alok Verma The grand old Congress party is already reduced to insignificance due to its disconnect with priorities and psyche of masses. The party is now seeking its relevance in the national politics through the concept of Mahagatbandhan or grand alliance on the strength of regional parties, already fighting for protecting their own relevance. […]

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By Alok Verma   Legendary film actors can’t act better than politicians especially the ones enticing voters in Uttar Pradesh. Enacting a drama to its perfection is the only hallmark of politicians and the best Bollywood film awards must reserve a category of awards to a politician for making ‘Best False Promise’ of the year. […]

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At many news organizations, “social media” has become an euphemism for citizen journalism.  something of a catch-all, a not especially descriptive term for highly differentiated functions. Editors think about social sharing as they’re assigning stories; writers use social channels to find sources and confirm leads; designers incorporate social media buttons and widgets into site redesigns; […]

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By Alok Verma Sometimes I feel disgusted and sometimes ashamed by the attitude or behaviour of our insensitive Parliamentarians. While the the entire Opposition bench led by the Congress party continues to disrupt‪#‎Parliament‬ in the ‪#‎NationalHerald‬ mess to protect the stature of‪#‎SonialGandhi‬ and ‪#‎RahulGandhi‬ from appearing in the Delhi Court and the ruling NDA is […]

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By Alok Verma I recently travelled to some districts in north Bihar. This was my first ever visit so was the experience. While being in the cities I really felt sorry for citizens living in the crumbled civic infrastructure. Absolutely poorly maintained main roads and many arterial roads connecting localities were literally submerged with overflowing […]

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