No to ‘Vote on Account’: A Welcome Reform

After  Narendra Modi took over as the Prime Minister of India, expectations on several fronts, including parliamentary reforms rose. The status quoist attitude of the previous governments influenced people’s thinking and turned Indian bureaucracy lethargic. The change of power happened in 2014 on the promise of change. It took around two years to bring the goods and […]

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Smart Grids in India

Polluting energy mix for extended electricity hours in Modi’s Gujarat

New Delhi, March 3 (G’nY News Service): The Bharatiya Janata Party’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi has been making claims of supplying uninterrupted electricity to the entire state of Gujarat. Not only are the claims false on three counts – the power supply is not 24 hours in all regions of Gujarat, it is irregular, and […]

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