Crony Capitalism is an Oxymoron: India is a Nation of Crony Socialism and Crony Fascism

In the previous article in this blog, “Does the Idea of Crony Capitalism Have Anything to do with Indian Polity and Economy?” dated September 19, 2015, I expressed my skepticism about applying the concept of Crony Capitalism to Indian polity and economy and the reasons behind my skepticism. It was explained in that article that… Continue reading Crony Capitalism is an Oxymoron: India is a Nation of Crony Socialism and Crony Fascism

A Critique of Ramachandra Guha’s Brief Intellectual History of India Since Independence

Ramachandra Guha’s article, “In Absentia: Where are India’s conservative intellectuals?” in “The Caravan” magazine published on 1 March 2015, as a brief intellectual history of India since independence, is much more significant in many other ways as a barometer of the current state of Indian culture than what the author identifies as the paradox:  The lack of conservative… Continue reading A Critique of Ramachandra Guha’s Brief Intellectual History of India Since Independence

How To Resolve Ramachandra Guha’s Paradox About Lack of Conservative Intellectuals in India?

Ramachandra Guha’s very long article (17 pages), “In Absentia: Where are India’s conservative intellectuals? in “The Caravan” magazine published on 1 March 2015 is significant in many aspects as a brief intellectual history of India since independence, the least of which is what he considers as a paradox of Indian public life or Indian culture. The… Continue reading How To Resolve Ramachandra Guha’s Paradox About Lack of Conservative Intellectuals in India?

Relevance of Ayn Rand and Objectivism to India

http://drkaran.wordpress.com/2011/04/28/ayn-rand-and-the-relevance-of-objectivism-in-india/

Ayn Rand is the inventor of a new philosophy called Objectivism which in essence means that the world exists independent of man