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    The BJP-led NDA government has taken power at the Centre after the recent Lok Sabha elections. The BJP did not reach the majority on its own, so it had to form alliances with other parties like the TDP and JDU. While alliances can help governments stay in power, there is no guarantee they will last the full five-year term. This lack of a majority can make it difficult for the leading party to make important decisions, especially in matters of security and international relations.

    The rise of alliance governments began in the late 70s, but there is no specific provision in the Constitution for how they should function. This can lead to uncertainty and instability in governance. It is important for leaders in alliance governments to work together towards common goals, rather than letting personal or party interests take precedence.

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    Unfortunately, recent elections have seen some undesirable elements, like anti-nationals and criminals, gaining power. This poses a threat to the fabric of Indian society and can create chaos in the country. It is crucial for leaders to exercise self-control and responsibility, especially when it comes to public statements that could incite violence or division.

    In other news, three foreign judges in Hong Kong’s top court have resigned, citing concerns about the political situation in the city. In India, the Supreme Court recently ruled in favor of a citizen seeking a refund of stamp duty paid towards an unexecuted conveyance deed. Meanwhile, the High Court in Jammu, Kashmir, and Ladakh has criticized tourist taxi drivers for overcharging tourists, and the Madras High Court has convicted a man for criminal contempt of court.

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