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CAA – Manufactured Revolt of Unhappy Losers

India voted for CAB BJP released its manifesto on 8th of April 2019. “Nation First” section stands 4th in the Table of Contents of the manifesto. There are total 8 points in the section nation first. the Citizenship Amendment Bill … Continue reading

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Book Review : “J&K Invisible Faultlines”

Edited by Sandhya Jain and Published by Pentagon PressWriters : Sandhya Jain, Shakti Munshi, Abha Khanna, Pankaj Gupta, Nidhi Bahuguna, Yasharaj Singh Bundela, Kuldip Chand Agnihotri Readers, Jammu and Kashmir region has inspired lot of writers to pen down books, … Continue reading

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They were sleeping

They were sleeping – Poem by Kapil  Naik (www.kapilnaik.com) Kashmiri Pandits Killed – They were sleeping Training in POK – They were sleeping Snatched Guns from Police – They were sleeping Took away EVM machines – They were sleeping Burnt … Continue reading

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Shameful Journalism – Sagarika Ghose

After reading tweet by Sagarika Ghose on URI Attacks (“So much for the Doval doctrine”), I am not amazed any more.  In fact I am convinced a leftist will stoop down to any extent in criticising Right Wing (RW), even … Continue reading

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Protected: There is only one Islam

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Protected: Story of Pakistan they never told you. – Part I

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Little Guest – Photographs by Kapil Naik

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Basic Quality of Life is India’s Highest Priority

India can not look at top of Maslow’s hierarchy for “haves”, when a large section  of “have nots” are not even touching base of Maslow’s hierarchy.                                                                                                            Kapil Naik On a warm Saturday as I drove towards vehicle repair station … Continue reading

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Who the F*** Cares ? Third World Developing Country Forever. – 1

A nation where youth jumps red signal at will is unlikely to have strong future. Red signal Countdown….. 7, 6 ,5, 4, 3, 2,…..This is not green signal. It is still Red.              

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Has extremism touched the Indian Soil?

“An extremist is not just the enemy of the other religions he tries to decimate but it is in fact a bigger enemy of the religion he believes he represents”. “India can also witness forced mass conversions, genocide and another … Continue reading

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Hypocrisy of U R Ananthamurthy

(This article is no way intended to support Mr Modi as a PM candidate.  However it tries to uncover the dual yardstick of justice which writer URA carries.) Why it is important to write on U R Ananthamurthy (URA)? And … Continue reading

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Dharamshala & Dalhousie Experience – Photographs by Kapil Naik

 

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India Gate Experience – Photographs by Kapil Naik

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Chandni Chowk Experience – Photographs by Kapil Naik

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Book Review : THE AL QAEDA CONNECTION – IMTIAZ GUL

Category: Non Fiction Rating: Must Read Book is published in 2009. It is written by veteran journalist and writer Imtiaz Gul. A fascinating book which one would want to read in one single sitting. Imtiaz Gul has written a gem. … Continue reading

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Thank you Mr President

Ajmal Kasab’s fate is sealed by Mr Presidnet – Pranab Mukherjee.  Mr Mukherjee, kapilnaik.com congratulates you for rejecting kasab’s mercy petition. We hail you as real son of Bengal. We are proud of you. Kapilnaik.com will only say with love … Continue reading

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Send Kasab to Jannat

Is Pakistan a friend or an enemy. This question can be answered with reflex action. It need not go to brain as answer does not require an Indian any sort of analysis to do. Answer is it is an enemy. … Continue reading

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Imran Khan Bowls a No Ball

His bowling was lethal. His looks were charming to fine young girls. His leadership skills on cricket field were widely appreciated. He was a man from across the border and yet popular in India.  Name is Imran Khan. The handsome … Continue reading

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Arundhati Roy : Out of Book Shelf

It seems Arundhati is confounded about idea of nationalism. Anti establishment sentiments appeal to her wisdom more than constructive criticism of establishment from within. I would have chosen to become a disciple of Arundhati Roy, had she shared the dais … Continue reading

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Protected: The Battle of Kalyan – Dombivali

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