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  1. TDP+JS+BJP Vs YCP 2024 ....idhe combo vuntundhi But Jagan will rule for 10 yrs ani feeling TDP should score more over JS Prime opposition status is imp Politics lo no enemies or friends
  2. TDP+JS+BJP alliance for 2019 Seems the plan
  3. TG lo 8 seats ki poti MH lo 40 plus seats ki poti MIM.... 😀 (2 seats won same like last time) NCP-CONG did better than expectations actually...
  4. He is a good speaker.. That is his USP anthe 👍
  5. సమస్యలు చూపించాల్సిన మీడియా సమస్యలు చూపించకుండా మోదీని చూపిస్తున్నాయి అంటే మోదీనే సమస్య అని అర్థం చేసుకోండి కన్నయ్య కుమార్ Anyhow Modi is not the problem nor media... it is you, me and everyone involved ... anytime But i like the way Khanaiya hit two birds with one arrow both media and Modi Appreciating his oratory skills as usual 🙏
  6. Telangana lo anthakriyalu chesaru ga Father of Telangana status nunchi big fall idhi... Inter board episode lo escape ayina RTC strike lo dorikaadu
  7. 35% yemi vundaru le Less than 10% ye vuntaaru AP lo Muslims % is not great, so BJP can't gain much here.... TG lo chance vundhi due to MIM being there... Jana sena lanti 3rd force yedhi develop kakapothe TDP will be obvious choice once people get bored of Jagan
  8. Today, all the solutions to environmental degradation are already technologically feasible and we have the means to implement them on a global scale as well as the knowledge of what will happen if we don’t. But we are being held back not because solutions don’t exist or money is not available, but because current social relations will not allow for them. Is it technologically difficult to put a complete ban on plastic or polymer production itself. No, it isn't because biodegradable materials can be produced easily. If there will be no production of plastic, the question of littering plastic itself will not arise. For doing that, government has to stop the production by polymers producers and the other capitalists from using plastic in their products. Ambani is the highest producer of polymers today. Subsequent governments have only made better conditions for his polymer business. All FDIs that are coming to India and other investments should have a compulsory clause of doing business without using any plastic usage. But it has never happened. Can government put a ban on Amazon's or IKEA products which have huge plastics in them? Modi was supposed to ban single use plastic on 2nd October but he didn't do because capitalists business will also get hampered by that. By his whole mission against single use plastic, he has made people realise that it is they who are responsible and they can only make change by changing themselves. There is no denial that people need to change their social behaviour and as a society we lack discipline of handling even our individual wastes. But is it a solution to the huge challenge of environmental degradation ? Rather than questioning the business that produces plastics and the capitalist system that nurtures the environmentally harmful methods and products for obtaining profits, the establishment is keen on restricting people to 'individualistic incremental reforms'. Incremental efforts made by each individual to segregate the plastic, curb the use of single use plastic in their daily lives, throw the plastic at defined locations are some steps which are marketed as complete solutions towards environment degradation. In totality, they don't even add .1 percentage to the solution of environmental degradation. On one side these are feel good mechanism and they nurture the idealistic thought of "small reforms will bring radical change", they also push the responsibility on individuals and the establishment is not questioned at all. Establishment becomes the preacher in such individualistic reformist solutions. These reforms fall in line with the reforms propagated by capitalist themselves. For ex Ambani who produces the highest amount of polymers also sets up various recycling initiatives, it also gives funds to start ups who are working in some area of waste management. Individualistic reforming acts or corporate supported reforming acts, both are trying to make this environmental degradation less Visible to people. The less the visibility, the more is its sustainability. The truth is "Small reforms infact deny Radical changes".Radical change in the capitalist structure of the society where production is not done for profit motive at the cost of environment and people is the only complete answer to the problem of environmental degradation. All other incremental individualistic reforms are the ways to make 'degradation' more and more sustainable. If 'degradation' is sustainable then 'profit' is also sustainable. - Parag Varma
  9. Where do Ysr or Jagan or Didi or Kcr stand.... Are they good dictators?? Anyhow your explanation is civil ...thnks 👌💞
  10. Kashmir was the only state to get special Constitutional privileges. Raghavan points out that the erstwhile princely states of Travancore and Mysore, among others, had the same privilege, though they chose to adopt the Indian Constitution in its entirety.
  11. Article 370 somehow led to separatism and insurgency. Says Raghavan “It is the diminution, dilution and destruction of Article 370” that led to unrest.
  12. Vallabhbhai Patel would not have allowed Kashmir to have come to such a pass had he been in charge. Raghavan cites evidence to show that Patel supported the special status granted to Kashmir. And that he had even offered to let Pakistan have Kashmir if India could have Hyderabad.
  13. A talk by historian and academic Srinath Raghavan on the current state of affairs in Jammu & Kashmir and, as importantly, its history, has revealed several facts that run counter to the popular perception in support of nullifying Article 370. In a lecture titled The State and The Status, organised by public discourse agency Manthan India, Raghavan pointed out that the process of diluting the measures of the Article began long ago.