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The Prime Minister's Guide to Dodging Opposition: A Hilarious Take on Political Criticism

Title: "The Prime Minister's Guide to Dodging Opposition: A Hilarious Take on Political Criticism" In the grand tapestry of political life, there exists a perennial truth as certain as the rising sun or the changing seasons: opposition parties always look for a chance to criticize the Prime Minister. It's a bit like the universe's way of ensuring that politicians never run out of things to talk about. And what better way to explore this age-old phenomenon than through the pages of a book that will have you chuckling all the way to the polling booth? Ladies and gentlemen, allow me to introduce you to "The Art of Avoiding Criticism: A Prime Minister's Handbook." This literary masterpiece, penned by the mysterious pseudonymous author 'Poli-Tickle,' delves into the intricate and often comical world of political opposition, where the pursuit of criticism becomes an art form.  **Chapter 1: "Opposition Parties: The Ultimate Haters"** In th

The Indian Government should not take any chances with the security of G20

In this article, published on India Today, author Rishabh Sharma explains why the security of the G20 summit matters and why should we be spending so much money on the security of the Global leaders.  The author gives an example of the mass protests at Canadian G20 summits hosted in Toronto in the year 2010.  He also gives the example of violent protests in London just a year before in 2009 in which an innocent newspaper vendor, Ian Tomlinson died when he was struck by a police officer.  Many bystanders and journalists are among those who were arrested during these protests.  He further explains how the protestors vandalized public and private property, torched the police cars, and caused disruptions.  Rishabh also mentions the reason why these protests take place. A lot of people disagree that just 21 people should make decisions that will impact Global Trade and Commerce. Several see the G20 summits as a way of spreading capitalism.  In India, till now, no major protests have taken p