The independent Republic of Arnab Goswami, prosecutor, judge, jury and executioner of the evil forces conspiring against India, has been under consistent attack from Lutyens zone principalities for as long as one can remember. In fact, the first attack came even before his channel was launched through a story in TheWire.in against one of its promoters, which was removed on court orders.
A case of violence and murders related to religious conversions in Kerala, proves three points: that most conversions are the result of circumstances and not a genuine change of heart or theological conviction; two, it is pointless to ban conversions, for they can happen without anyone knowing it. And three, despite its spiritual and other-worldly dimension, religion is as much about numbers and power as politics.
Two big examples quoted by the Kotak report related to exports of metals and metal products. This figure more than doubled from $13 billion to $ 29 billion – a rise of $16 billion. But actual results for 22 large companies in the BSE 500 showed a growth of less than $1 billion. Then there was the example of “copper articles”, where exports zoomed four times. And this is a metal India is not known to export too much of.
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Selecting a term
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