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Arun Srivastava

Arun Srivastava

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A nasty change

7 Nov 2019 3:28 PM GMT
Stricter visa norms by New Zealand have caused an adverse impact on Indian immigrants – unskilled workers bearing the brunt, discusses Arun Srivastava

Fixing the Brexit deadlock

31 Oct 2019 2:43 PM GMT
British PM Johnson’s plan for a new election to move Brexit along may backfire on him due to lack of public support, discusses Arun Srivastava

The new world order

23 Oct 2019 3:22 PM GMT
US withdrawal from Syria has allowed Russia and its allies to gain ground in establishing a new world order centred on Russia rather than the US, discusses Arun Srivastava

Not keen enough

23 Aug 2019 2:54 PM GMT
Unthoughtful of democratic aspirations harboured by protestors, Beijing refrains from deliberating over Hong Kong quandary, writes Arun Srivastava

Among mounting distresses

24 April 2019 4:14 PM GMT
Modi has failed to address the rampant agricultural crisis, explains Arun Srivastava

Save Bihar's students

30 Jan 2019 1:18 PM GMT
With officials busy making money, leaving little time for improving standards of education, students in Bihar suffer; discusses Arun Srivastava

Shifting political gears

20 Jan 2019 2:40 PM GMT
Arun Srivastava discusses the political narrative of Bihar prior to the Lok Sabha polls

Realising true Swachhata

3 Jan 2019 3:37 PM GMT
Arun Srivastava expatiates on the haphazard implementation of Swachh Bharat Mission and the need to go beyond simply constructing toilets

Shrewd move against India

23 Oct 2018 4:33 PM GMT
America is moving ahead with CAATSA, revoking H-4 visa as India sits on a corner post the S-400 deal, elaborates Arun Srivastava

New chapter: Russia-India friendship

7 Oct 2018 4:38 PM GMT
Arun Srivastava elaborates how India must take its own stand with respect to the acrimonious standoff between Russia and the US

Vajpayee: The secularist with nationalist fervour

1 Sep 2018 2:20 PM GMT
Atal Bihari Vajpayee displayed a surprising dichotomy of espousing rightist ideals while proposing unblemished equality among all communities – this enigmatic combination doubled by his remarkable oratory and kindheartedness have immortalised his virtues in the history of Indian politics.

Making reforms meaningful

9 July 2018 4:05 PM GMT
A hike in MSP must be complemented by parallel efforts to ensure that the ultimate benefit reaches the farmer, argues Arun Srivastava
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