Author Jyoti Thapa picks her top news of the week, from changing landscape in political sloganeering to the controversy around National Education Policy Draft 2019, and the new trends of skills-oriented job demands.
Articles by Jyoti Thapa Mani
Author Jyoti Thapa Mani shares her top news pick of the week; from Modi’s grand swearing-in ceremony to the likely change in Congress regime.
This past week, India has given a resounding victory to Modi’s party BJP with over MP 300 seats going in favor of the party. In…
Amongst the popping hot popcorns was the Mamata meme (her face superimposed over Priyanka Chopra’s ‘Mad Hatter’ outfit for the 2019 MET GALA) leading to Priyanka Sharma being jailed. If that is not “Madder than the Hatter” move, I don’t know what is.
This past week was full of heartbreaks. Over 290 people were killed in a horrific series of bomb-blasts in Sri Lanka. While our nation is continuing to vote for the next set of MPs and government, there have been many interesting new developments. Here is my Pick of The Week.
Gods must indeed be crazy, with a wicked sense of humor too. A politician went to appease God and got 8 stitches in return, while a biopic on PM Modi is still waiting for EC approval to be released, biopic for another equally mercurial politician is all set to hit the theaters. Here’s my pick of the week
This past week was an eventful interesting week, but the three who deserve special mention are Modi, Moon Moon and Malini [Hema]. In their own way, they define how sharp, and how outrageously weird Indian politics can get. Here’s my pick of the week.
Cross-fire of rhetoric Mai re! The rhetoric exchanged between Modi and Didi B last Wednesday! Modi on Didi B: “ She is a speed breaker”. He must have suffered…
Raju Bista, the new torchbearer In a path-breaking and surprising decision, a corporate ex-RSS young man by the name of Raju Kumar Bista has been…
Some tea–gardens are planning not to vote at all. Every hill vote is important. Do not waste it. Names of favourites unlikely-to-be-voted are also being suggested as candidate. There can be only two parties fighting it out this election–TMC and the GNLF-GJMM original. It is clear what each means for the future. There are no more choices. So use your precious votes judiciously.