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The broken window People vs. Collins The wily old fox Two more for Modi Culture of suave, gentle and British becoming extinct... Two leaves merged? Rajiv killers escape the gallows What a judgment Sir-ji Sehwag...No soft edges Brick gets pricked Flight into danger Waylaid on the National Highway 500/500 Editor unplugged Of mercy petition and mercy killing Modi sells a Dream? WAR-MONGERING and a national pastime Psephologists fail the wisdom of crowds The loser is … CRICKET Resolving disputes: Scotland, Ajit, Dhoni The right to reject A troubled fortnight Why we get a compromised deal The future is here Educational shame Privatise the Railways Of discrimination and rights FITTING farewell RaGa bowls a decent over The fight along the border Bleeding Blue End of the world and the moving finger... Nitish swords Modi Cracking the CA code Noise on Social Networks Walking into the sunset Lovely Banking experience From Gungi Gudiya to Iron Lady The death of cash The case of the suspicious husband A ride around the city Throwing ink is fine A judgment that shocked a nation’s conscience The curious case of the missing maid The return of the muffler man The car dealer and the cabbie stories… Odd-Even Plan Britain lobs a bomb. But it won’t explode. The KING is a fugitive Being taken for a ride the lost generation... The flawed “Pakistan policy” The other side of the Olympic divide PM Watch Greater than the greatest ?
 
the lost generation...

1947-64: Years of Innocence

•    Nehru as PM.

•    Commanding heights of the public sector.

•    The war against China.

 

1965-76: Garibi Hatao

•    Shastri as PM.

•    Green revolution.

•    Indira Gandhi takes over.

•    Bangladesh’s war of liberation.

•    Internal Emergency.

 

1977-79: Janata Experiment

•    People vote with their feet.

•    Politicians squabble.

•    JP dies a disillusioned man.

 

1980-84: The return of Madam Gandhi

•    Was to be the government that works.

•    Lost years.

•    Operation Blue Star.

•    The second assassination.

 

1985-89: New Deal?

 

•    The promise to race India into the 21st century.

•    Mr. Clean bowled by Bofors.

•    Computerisation  and telecom revolution begins.

 

1989-90: Alliances (1989-90)

•    First alliance government.

•    Mandal.

•    Mandir.

 

1991-96: Reform years

•    Rao and Singh open up the economy.

•    Singh promises Eldorado.

 

1996-98: Confusion

•    Khichdi governments and tea parties.

 

1998-04: NDA

•    Pokhran.  Gujarat riots.

•    Kandahar.

•    India shining?

 

2004-14: Singh is King?

•    Technocrat as CEO.

•    High growth track.

•    Goes nuke.

•    RTI Act, RTE Act.

•    Scandals galore.

•    Hazare and the Lok Pal.

•    AK 47 arrives.

 

2014-??

What lies in 2014 and beyond? There were disappointments following buoyant hopes. As in 1977 when JP lead the promise of a total revolution. As in 1985 when Rajiv talked of a clean and efficient government. As in 2004 when the arrival of a  technocrat CEO was thought to mean that politicians will take a backseat. And now with AAP showing political naiveté and spoiling for a street fight, with BJP still accused of being derisive and the Congress in disarray, what the future holds?

 

 

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