The Hindu Editorial With Vocabulary 15 June 2019


The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary


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The Hindu Editorial (Beyond the wall) Vocabulary and Analysis


Beyond the wall: On the Gandhis looking for scapegoats

Failure is always an orphan, but the scramble among Congress leaders to stick the genesis of the party’s devastating collapse in the Lok Sabha election on someone else is comical. What gives it a dark edge is that this evasiveness is being condoned, even promoted, by the reigning supremos. The Gandhis, Sonia, Rahul, and Priyanka, were apparently shocked that the party lost as it did in the election. They would not be, had they been in touch with the political situation on the ground that they keep themselves ferociously insulated from, with the help of self-serving aides. This collapse was long in the making, and on their watch — and the signs were all around. It is true that the party was up against factors that were loaded in favour of its principal opponent, the BJP, such as money power and the partisan conduct of the Election Commission. Cataloguing only this is not, however, an honest route to an objective understanding of the party’s degeneration. The lack of maturity, egocentrism, and sense of entitlement underlying Congress president Rahul Gandhi and his sister Priyanka Gandhi Vadra’s response in the aftermath of the defeat are disheartening for sympathisers and a boon for the BJP. Mr. Gandhi called out senior leaders for not supporting him and resigned as party president — but he should know that in politics, victory and power are commanded, not sought as a favour; Ms. Vadra told a meeting of Congress workers in Uttar Pradesh that they were responsible for the setback — she should know there is hardly any reason why anyone should be working for the party at all in U.P., unless the leadership inspires them to do so.

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Blaming subordinates is bad leadership; simply threatening to walk away in the face of a setback is irresponsible brinkmanship. This is why it is revealing that in the midst of all this, the brother-sister duo met Navjot Singh Sidhu, a recent entrant from the BJP to the Congress who is publicly challenging Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh, who led the campaign from the front and held the State for the party. Mr. Sidhu’s photo-op gave sufficient grounds to assume that even in this moment of existential crisis, the Congress leadership is susceptible to machinations by courtiers who have a history of undermining strong regional leaders. On a more self-reflective note, Mr. Gandhi would realise that his obsession, to the exclusion of almost everything else, with elections in the party’s student and youth wings was meaningless and self-indulgent. Good leaders know there is only one way to go when pushed to the wall. For that, he needs to hold himself accountable to his party persons, and openly so. The Congress today needs a strong leader, and Indian democracy needs the leader of the largest Opposition party to be mindful of the responsibility that the position carries. Mr. Gandhi must decide whether he can be that leader


GK Dose From The Hindu Editorial Analysis

  • Uttar Pradesh is a state in northern India. With roughly 200 million inhabitants, it is the most populous state in India as well as the most populous country subdivision in the world. It was created on 1 April 1937 as the United Provinces of Agra and Oudh during British rule and was renamed Uttar Pradesh in 1950. Wikipedia
    Land area: 243,286 km²
    Chief minister: Yogi Adityanath
    Population: 20.42 crores (2012)
    Capital: Lucknow
    Governor: Ram Naik

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary Wordlist

1) SCRAMBLE (Noun)  = rush, ( आपात्काल में आदेश दे कर फ़ौरन बुलाना  )
Synonyms = struggle, jumble
Antonyms = unscramble, organization

2) DEVASTATING (Adj)  = destructive, ( भयानक  )
Synonyms = ravaging, violent
Antonyms = constructive, respectful

3) EVASIVENESS (Noun)  = prevarication, ( बहानेबाज़ी )
Synonyms = evasion, equivocation
Antonyms = directness, candidness

4) FEROCIOUSLY (Adv) = fiercely, ( खूँखार रूप से )
Synonyms = savagely, barbarously
Antonyms = calmly, peacefully

5) SYMPATHISER  (Noun) = sympathizer, ( समर्थक )
Synonyms = supporter, well-wisher
Antonyms = demagogue

6) OBSESSION  (Noun) = passion, ( ज़ुनून )
Synonyms = mania, compulsion
Antonyms = indifference, apathy


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