Although it was appearing to be a very close contest but nobody ever thought that Britain will vote in favour of Brexit. The unexpected result of referendum created panic not only in Britain and Europe but also in other parts of the world particularly in the developed and developing countries. There was mayhem in stock markets where British Pound and Euro slid downward and the markets nearly crashed.
Many are critical of Narendra Modi's foreign policy, after India failed to make it to the 48-nation elite club of NSG (Nuclear Supply Group). Many also criticised China for its obstructionism attitude towards Indian membership because of rivalry. Some also explained that China wanted to include its all-weather friend Pakistan into NSG making India's entry conditional.
Stiff rise in food prices (vegetables, pulses etc) always makes consumers angry. Activists, political opponents, some self-claimed intellectuals always blame the central government for food inflation. Similarly it's also a fact that Indian agrarian sector is facing crisis since decades. As a result many farmers have either left tye profession of agriculture (migrated to other places as bonded labourers) or preferred to commit suicide.
Pahlaj Nihalani's suggestion of 89 cuts along with dropping of Punjab from "Udta Punjab" attracted lot of criticism from the circle advocating freedom of expression. Even it took a political twist where opposition started blaming BJP government of subverting freedom of expression in order to hide its inefficiency (and involvement) in Punjab drug menace.