Weekly Newsletter – February 8 2017

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OpinionCentral - Can India ever become clean?

Can India ever become clean?

Indians had faith that the Modi government would clean up India, that the Swachh Bharat campaign would work. But more than two years after the...
A great country made small by its socialist policies

A great country made small by its socialist policies

It is undoubtedly a fact that India, as a geographical area, was once a great land - the richest in the world for its times....
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Weekly Newsletter – February 1 2017

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Punjab Elections and Aam Admi Party

Arvind Kejriwal is tossing out the Sikhs’ pagri – and the Sikhs seem to...

AAP has recently put out its policies for Panjab. Then there was a news report that AAP is promising meals at ₹5 in Punjab. AAP's policies are all...

Why is India poor and the living standards of its citizens so low?

  This is a question that we've all pondered about, but very few of us have the right answers to. People have all sorts of weird...

This is how a country should be run!

Here is my ideal vision of India, and in my opinion, the right political set-up for a country. It is the "Classical liberal model...
Let's stop trying - Rakesh Pujari

Let’s Stop Trying!

Classical liberals always strive towards creating a genuine “minimum government, maximum governance” society where the primacy of individual freedom and rights and a strong...
On Free Markets - Vidyut Jain

Free markets

An optimally working free markets is perhaps one of the most beautiful designs of social organisation ever devised by the human brain. But, what...
Nationalism

Nationalism is for grown ups

A couple of weeks ago, India's government functionaries got worked up about some items that Amazon sells. Sushma Swaraj demanded an apology from Amazon...