Bharath - The Vishwa Guru

India is the colonial call name coined by occupiers Its the white occupiers ploy to strike on the fundamental identity of not merely a prosperous nation, but an expansive continent recognised world over as Bharath Khand

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Rebuilding Psychological Assets

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Invisible Aid and Visible Ado

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Atal leadership theory for India

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Congress - A failing family enterprise

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Rahul’s dubious political hug

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