Everyone knows that Indians are sensitive about their religion. Before the elections they are very particular about doing such actions which they think will result in favorable verdict. This analysis is proved authentic by Rahul Gandhi saying openly that not only he respects old traditions but he intends to go further and show respect by making his programme based on these traditions.
For some time past a misguided effort is being made to castigate India for asking U.N. General Assembly of U.N. to include Hindi as one of the languages at U.N. They seem to suggest that English should be recognized as language of India because Hindi is not understood in whole of India, but they conveniently forget that Hindi is the language of over whelming number of people.
On 13 January 2018, four Supreme Court of India justices ranked in seniority immediately after the CJI, addressed the media concerning problems within the Supreme Court. Among other things, they asserted that democracy was in danger. Quite naturally, this created a public furore, with articles and statements for and against what the judges had said and also about the propriety or otherwise of their airing matters internal to the apex judiciary.
Note: Despite the legal recognition about the rights of challenged or disabled people, and the legal provision requiring making provisions for their easy movement in public places, creating special facilities for their welfare and so on, mainstream society continues to respond insensitively to them. We are carrying a letter written by Prof.
Prime Minister Modi while speaking on Budget made one of grievance that Congress did not make Patel as the Prime Minister. Unfortunately no one had advised Modi that the Nehru was Gandhi Ji's choice. He had equal respect for both Nehru and Patel.
There was no rivalry between Nehru and Patel,as both realized that India can only prosper if there was good relation and mutual respect for each other. Patel, even when he could muster majority in parliament, did not try to supplant Nehru.