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- anshuman tiwari

यह है असली कामयाबीनरेंद्र मोदी सरकार के पिछले तीन साल की सबसे बड़ी सफलता क्या है? अगर आपको नहीं मालूम तो इस बात पर मत चौंकिए कि प्रचार-वीर सरकार ने अब तक बताया क्यों नही [...]

- anshuman tiwari

जो नहीं जानते ख़ता क्या हैजो पीडि़त हैं वही क्यों पिटते हैं?काली कमाई और भ्रष्टाचार पर गुर्राई नोटबंदी अंतत: उन्हीं पर क्यों टूट पड़ी जो कालिख और लूट के सबसे बड़े शिकार हैं.जवा [...]

- anshuman tiwari

ताकि, सनद रहे !गलत सिद्ध होने का संतोष,  कभी कभी, सही साबित होने से ज्यादा कीमती होता है. सरकारी फैसलों पर  सवाल उठाना और आगाह करना कोई क्रांति नहीं है. यह तो पत्रका [...]

- anshuman tiwari

नोटबंदी का तिलिस्मी  खाताचलिए, काला धन तलाशने में सरकार की मदद करते हैं. नोटबंदी को गुजरे एक साल गुजर गया. कोई बड़ी फतह हाथ नहीं लगी. ले-देकर गरीब कल्याण योजना में आए 5,000 कर [...]

- anshuman tiwari

याद हो के न याद होराजनेताओं की सबसे बड़ी सुविधा खत्म हो रही है. लोगों की सामूहिक विस्मृति का इलाज जो मिल गया है.जॉर्ज ऑरवेल (1984) ने लिखा था कि अतीत मिट गया है, मिटाने [...]

Timeriver

- Time Traveller

Aurangzeb: History as Nationalist ProjectsHe tossed a coin and it fell on the floor and the packed audience looked at the speaker in curious anticipation. It was at the Physics Lecture Theatre [...]

- Time Traveller

No Country for Fallen Soldier: Remembering Ghadar HeroesGhadar NewspaperWhat is our name? Ghadar(Revolution). What is our work? Ghadar. Where will be the revolution? In India…within a few years – thus st [...]

- Time Traveller

From Naxalbari to Bastar: Red Shadow Over IndiaCharu MajumdarNaxalbari – the place which inspired a virulent political movement is today hardly half an hour drive from Siliguri, hub of North Beng [...]

- Time Traveller

Other Legacies of VivekanandaSome of my friends questioned the main contention of my previous post on Swami Vivekananda - they felt that I tried to give an impression that introdu [...]

- Time Traveller

The Budget StoryJames WilsonJames Wilson arrived in India in 1859 as the first Finance Member of the Viceregal Council, entrusted with the job to establish a tax stru [...]

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