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The new experiment in the Maharashra politics "Maha Vikas Aghadi": Will be an alternative?

     Experiment in Maharashtra state, where all three parties have different approaches for the politics or mobilization of the people. As many political commentators are saying, this is the new age in the Indian politics, where Bharatiya Janata Party is converting themselves in to old days of arrogant Congress. The new government formation under the Uddhav Thackeray is the ultimate result of the overconfidence of Delhi. All the years, I was struggled to understand, why old guards, progressive or socialist leader, despite of knowing that communal origins of the RSS or BJP, they had associated in the past or have political alliances against the then mighty congress. But this doesn’t mean, people will forgive or forgot that kind such historic blunders. Here in Maharashtra, now BJP is in the receiving end after Shiv Sena-Nationalist Congress Party (NCP)-Congress alliance, or Maha Vikas Aghadi, formally took power. This alliance has released common minimum program, which will be bonding

JNU’s Agitations :The larger question for higher education of Marginalized section

    I was not lucky enough to be educated at JNU or non my family members went to JNU for education. But, my teachers, who were the student of JNU. I can vouch, because they have got training at JNU, so they were great teacher and friend at the same time in the History department of Jamia Millia Islamia, where, I was the first person from my family, who came to Delhi for higher education. I know, many students, who came from far-flung of the India. Even, students both boys/girls, they are from modest family background (socially & economically). But, over the period of time, due to quality education, robust training and support from ecosystem of JNU, which has been established by visionary teachers.   I know, they have achieved commendable place for serving in the private or public sector in India or many of them have been doing good work globally.   The JNU students are fighting for the same ecosystem, which has been working in the campus to ease out the difficulties for th