Categories for Editor’s Note
Affection TO & Accept All is Atal
We have lost a legend. Atalji in his final journey proved before the nation that Atal means Affection. Atal means Love All. He was a true son of soil, high character, unparallel orator, poet, and above all, human Atal Bihari... View Article
Sanctity of sanctum in peril?
I strongly condemn those, who argue that non-Hindus should be allowed to enter the Jagannath Temple at Puri. For, the Jaganath Temple is not a museum; it is a place of sanctity to worship the Lord Jagannath. Therefore, I feel... View Article
United they fall, Divided they stand
The split Opposition in the country is striving hard to chalk out a way to counter Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s powerful Bharatiya Janata Party. But having said that, the potential for widening cracks in the Opposition unity is quite evident.... View Article
Kashmir Awaits a New Horizon
Kashmir, Kashmir and Kashmir. The whole world has an eagle eye on it. Repeatedly, Pakistan complained at the United Nations regarding human rights violations in Kashmir. What a poor state Pakistan is in. The nation that is surviving on aid... View Article
Deal with Iron Hand: Hang Them Young
Now finally the government is gone in Jammu and Kashmir. It was long over due that a tit for tat strategy was required as the policy of Kashmiriyat, Insaniyat and Jumhuriyat. The Union Government tested all policies to maintain peace... View Article
Bloodbath in Bengal
In West Bengal, democracy has been strangulated by bloody politics of Trinamool Congress (TMC) workers. The way TMC workers resorted to violence during the Panchayat election recently, it was obvious that they had tasted blood. Now two murders within three... View Article
Modi verses Who in 2019?
Now that the Karnataka political drama is over, and the opposition led by the Congress party is in the saddle, the pyrrhic victory has to some extent blocked the blooming of the lotus in Southern India. How ever the aftermath ... View Article
RaGa: Confident or Confused?
The murky war is now over for the Karnataka polls. The state has witnessed a tug of war among the different political parties, the prominent actors being Narendra Modi, Amit Shah, Rahul Gandhi, H.D. Devegowda and Siddaramaiah. All of them... View Article
The Degrading Trust Deficit and Moral Quotient
Hindustan is well known as a land of saints. These holy men have guided our society, protected us from ill deeds and shown us the path of salvation. In a huge and diverse nation like Bharat, the inner power of... View Article
Degeneration Of Human Values And Fall Of Democracy
Dear readers, it has been almost nine years that we have shared opinions, views and analysed different forms of democracy through Uday India. Even after the rapid advent of electronic and social media, one is surprised about the persistent existence... View Article