Post Tagged with: "Modi"

Housing in India with RERA (Real Estate Act)

Housing in India with RERA (Real Estate Act)

May 1, 2017 at 10:37 AM

In most busy Indian towns and cities, half-completed buildings  (which remain to be in that state for a long period of time) are a ubiquitous sight constantly catching the attention of most people. It is not surprising that what you saw yesterday, what you see today and what you willRead More

Revelations and Reassessment: South Asia

Revelations and Reassessment: South Asia

May 14, 2015 at 10:15 AM

We are standing at a precipice where South Asian politics is undergoing a long-awaited political change, from Sri Lanka to India to Pakistan, to the constitution of Nepal et cetera

Reapers And The Grim Truth: Farmer Suicides

Reapers And The Grim Truth: Farmer Suicides

April 24, 2015 at 8:35 AM

Till 2013, the Land Acquisition Act 1894 was in operation. Operating under the idea of Salus populi suprema lex , it was designed by the British to allow them to take land for governmental purposes. In 1998 and 2007, two attempts to modify this act were initiated.

The BRICS and Latin America

The BRICS and Latin America

August 7, 2014 at 4:27 AM

 What does the future hold for the BRICS and Latin America? Is this the ushering of a new phase of South-South cooperation?

Peace Education and the Subcontinent.

Peace Education and the Subcontinent.

August 7, 2014 at 4:14 AM

The Subcontinent has seen it’s fair share of hostility, failed measures and political upheaval. Can Peace Education help India and Pakistan?    When it comes to the traditional rivals, India and Pakistan, nothing can be taken for granted. Amidst hostile statements expressed during Narendra Modi’s election campaign, until Pakistani PrimeRead More

NDA’s alliances in Tamil Nadu and Sri-Lanka

NDA’s alliances in Tamil Nadu and Sri-Lanka

April 10, 2014 at 2:34 PM

It remains to be seen if the BJP, if elected, will draw from the previous Vajpayee-led government’s stance on foreign policy issues like Sri Lanka. Now may be a good time for the BJP to declare its agenda on such issues, considering that it could win them more voters, at least in Tamil Nadu, which has a sizeable 39 Lok Sabha seats.