By Shubhranshu During my interaction with a Chamber of Industries in Karur (Tamil Nadu) I came across the President of the Truck and Bus Body Builders’ Association, people who build buses and lorries on bare chassis. I asked the gentleman

The Hoax Called “Labour Shortage”

Douglas Murray in his book The Strange Death Of Europe describes how Europe’s doors were opened to mass immigration in the 1950s and 1960s in the name of labour shortage, apparently caused by second World War. The claim of labour

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Douglas Murray has come out with a terrific new book, The Strange Death of Europe: Immigration, Identity, Islam. So how is the book different from earlier books on the theme, for example Mark Steyn‘s America Alone or After America; or Bruce

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“Why can’t they eat cake?” वेनेज़ुएला के पास दुनिया का सबसे बड़ा तेल का भंडार है। वेनेज़ुएला के पास लेकिन समाजवाद भी है। जैसे समाजवादी भारत रेत ही रेत होते हुए भी रेत आयात करने की योजना बना रहा है,

OF Looming Water Crisis; And Ban On Sand Dredging

Every river flows along the deepest line of its drainage basin which is bound by ridgelines on either side. The aquifers (water bearing sandy layers under ground surface) also slope from the ridge toward river. During rains, the aquifers recharge,

UP Results For A Dharmic

By Omendra Ratnu Much is being said about the recent ‘ Tsunamo ‘ in UP from all quarters . This is an attempt to decipher UP results from a Dharmic perspective . FIRST : This should be a watershed election

Boycotting Chinese Goods

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Question Of Healthcare In India: Government Funded? Insurance Funded? Patient-pays?

Modern Healthcare is a creation of man. It was not, is not, just existing in nature, nor it has naturally developed. It is an artificial construct, against nature in fact, created by men driven by need for money, and also

The Law That Will Finish Healthcare In India: The Clinical Establishments (Registration & Regulation) Act

It may not be readily conceivable that a democracy may become totalitarian. The terms look diametrically opposite. But if we note that a totalitarian State is the one that controls every aspect of citizens’ lives, and regulates their affairs to

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Gaurav Prateek reviews Anang Pal Malik’s book Corruption In India: Have just finished reading Anang Pal Malik’s book “Corruption in India”, and I must say it makes a depressing read, simply because of the subject it tackles. What is surprising is