Category Archives: Civil Services of India

Dear Andhra, what is your choice in 2019 for electing ”your” Chief Minister?

Modi's Communal-Caste Campaign In Bihar Raises Eyebrows https://t.co/hqzU9fqlHv in reply to your sweeping generalization on development and governance plank in EPW article '' Macroeconomic Policy for an India in Transition'' CC: Ashima Goyal, IGIDR, Mumbai, and EAC to PM Modi … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to Andhra Pradesh government! CC: Board of Intermediate Education, B.I.E., AP, Hyderabad

ScoopLense wishes students who have appeared at the IPE 2016 first and second year the required luck to sail through in the next league, graduation and research/entrepreneurship. While it’s commendable that the conduct of IPE has so far been good … Continue reading

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The debate of nationalism and politics – enough is enough.

I was in the national capital for a brief period in late February 2016. The cameo visit was official and personal as if it would have to resemble traits of my zodiac sun sign, and since I truly and firmly … Continue reading

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Swami Vivekananda: Epitome of Wisdom

Vivekananda’s wisdom tree and its branches. Happy National Youth Day!

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Kanche 2015 Telugu – War is universal solution for every petty mind to all problems. CC: Indian Caste Inc.

Preview¬†Well, that’s how Jagarlamudi Radhakrishna, fondly called as Krish, thinks of making a movie. And yeah, before moving on to script and screen play, let’s see which all productions milked bucks in 2015 which has so far given successes for … Continue reading

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Digital India: What is on the way?

Santhosh, ScoopLense. Timing of announcement from the Prime Minister Narendra Modi about his government’s push to herald in a informational India hasn’t taken me by surprise. After all, it’s the duty of any elected government to provide its citizens with … Continue reading

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What is the best way to combat General Essay? It’s 250 marks, of course.

Santhosh, ScoopLense. Individual thinking should be encouraged right from childhood. Critical thinking should be encouraged right from day one of school. Children should be empowered to ask questions and seek answers playfully. Parents should be educated enough to encourage children … Continue reading

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Cyclone Hudhud and its aftermath – a year of endurance and resolve, from Visakhapatnam.

October 12, 2014, had changed the world for Andhra Pradesh government with the onslaught of cyclone Hudhud. Only 10 days before the largest ever devastation could rip through the interiors of north coastal area with landfall in Vizag, the first … Continue reading

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Down Memory lane!

Birth anniversary of Deendayal Upadhyaya, on September 25.¬†A special character of sorts, individual from socialism and capitalism, was formally introduced to Indian diaspora in the name of Integral Humanism whose fundamental objective is to carve out niche for indigenous (made … Continue reading

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Civil Services Prelims 2015 Cut Off – General Studies will decide who’s in the Civils Mains 2015 fray even if it’s the easiest in a decade.

“We generally talk about democracy but when it comes to any particular thing, we prefer a belonging to our caste or community or religion. So long as we have this kind of temptation, our democracy will remain a phoney kind … Continue reading

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