N S Venkataraman

N S Venkataraman

About N S Venkataraman

The author is a Trustee, NGO Nandini Voice for the Deprived

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Why so many Indians think Modi’s stewardship is necessary to make India great

For the last nineteen years ever since Narendra Modi first became chief minister of Gujarat and later on Prime Minister of India, he has been receiving bouquets and brickbats from a cross-section of countrymen

Ambani and Adani: Easy prey for motivated critics in India

The names Mukesh Ambani and Gautam Adani is frequently mentioned by motivated critics and activists in India in an attempt to paint these two industrialists as exploiters or even as anti-nationals

Vested interest at play in India’s farmer's protests: A stormy road ahead?

In the last six  years after Narendra Modi has taken over as Prime Minister of India, spectacular developments have taken place on various fronts

Should violence by so-called farmers go unpunished?

The so-called farmers, by indulging in unprecedented violent acts in Delhi, have made India’s 'enemies' happy

India's China policy - then and now

When India attained independence from British rule, Jawaharlal Nehru became the prime minister and remained in the job for around fourteen years till his end

Goodbye 2020, welcome 2021: A more mature outlook on life and its purpose will emerge

It is reported that in a normal year, around 55 million people die in the world. It is now reported that in the year 2020 around 1.8 million people have died in the world due to COVID 19 alone

Is RCEP another Chinese trap?

China has not concealed its ambition to become the global superpower by dominating the world politically, economically, and militarily

Arnab Goswami – sinning or sinned against?

In his Republic TV, Arnab Goswami has been strongly pointing out several, what he thinks as, irregularities or doubtful intentions by the Government of Maharashtra on a number of issues in recent times

India has ably handled COVID-19 crisis; credit goes to Modi

When COVID-19 started in Wuhan in China and Beijing did not immediately share the information for some months and WHO also did not raise an alarm, as alleged, in not warning the world about the impending disaster, no one thought that the virus would shake the world to the extent that it has done now

Crime against women in India: Time to teach moral education from young age

The recent assault and abuse of a poor and innocent woman in Hathras, Uttar Pradesh has justifiably raised nationwide concern and condemnation



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