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why does every article on BJP Leaders have to start with ‘for the first time? real bankruptcy of talent?
Yes unfortunately Dr.Singh turned out to be a dummy run by Ms.Sonia and Mr,.Gandhi from behind the stage-however India is NOT a drama! Congress party is running the PM and Govt of India sowhois the joke on Sujataji?
As age advances, God might come to Bharat Mata’s rescue.
Now that RSS men have never been elected by people, they should not be advising BJP.
But what about unelected member of NAC (headed by Sonia) who keep drafting bill as per wishes of Sonia and her family.
Even Mahatma Gandhi was unelected but he still controlled Congress who ruled many states before 1947.
These journos who are on congress payroll just need a reason to bash BJP. It will better if Sujata worry about Sonia who masterminded 2G scam..Chidambaram and MMS are two last walls protecting her.
There has never been a dearth of mental slaves in India. It will take another 100 years to remove this virus…till then we will have to suffer them
Let me warn you too in that case – J.K. Rowling (author of your favourit book), is now ariting an “adult” novel. http://books.hindustantimes.com/2012/02/jk-rowling-writes-adult-novel/
So if Harry Potter could make you act as the “first person in the bookshop, cash in hand and in exact change at that…and then I’m out like a shot, headed home with the book ….and already three chapters down by the time I get there” , then wonder what this “adult” novel will do to you !!
Kushal Reply:February 27th, 2012 at 6:27 am
I don’t think I’ll rush to the bookstores for Rowling’s adult book – which, I believe is a crime novel, you really should research before you use double entendres, Akhilesh – but I’ll certainly buy it out of sheer curiosity.
Akhilesh Mishra Reply:February 28th, 2012 at 6:09 am
Well, that is why I posted the Hindustan Times link ( your own paper incidentally) , from where I picked up the headline. (In case you did not see, please check the link again).
I am surprised you would think of it as double entendre.
Not ALL things, Dhanishta. I thoroughly enjoyed reading all those Donna Leons.
I suppose you have a point, Rupa, she said grudgingly. The mint choc you left behind is still in the fridge.
Mr. Vir Sangvi, as a person in media you should also do your bit of contribution. Once a politician start raising caste/religious bogey you should come heavy on that person no matter what. Set the trend if you are so honest with yourself. So far no one has done that and it’s an opportunity to be the first. If you write a long long story on that people can forgive you even if you show sign of some immaturity.
On the other hand, if you show intelligent gimmicks to justify the crooks, people will not hesitate to even dump you along with those crooks. So allow pulse of your heart to be heard from close proximity of your brain, working only depending on “brain” alone may make you another of the buddies of the mafia group. Such people end up in despair at the end.
Idle to believe the Samajwadi Party will not win well over 40 Lok Sabha seats in 2014, or earlier, so the columnist’s basic premise is valid. Were the Congress to shuffle its pack in the states where it is in power with nondescript CMs, that might give it a fighting chance in the next national election.
I have no respect for Vir Sanghvi. Nira Radia affair has exposed what we knew all along i.e. the fact he is a corrupt Congress stooge. However I concur with him that regional parties may emerge stronger and form a so-called Third Front govt. in 2014. That is a cause for worry as their previous record with the likes of Charan Singh and Deve Gowda has been utterly contemptible and a recipe for chaos. The BJP has to get its act together fast for India’s sake as the Congress cannot and will not think beyond its hopeless nincompoop dynasty.
Any, Sudeshna. Though there is a chronology in terms of time – you see the kids growing older – the stories are complete in themselves. I didn’t read them in order.
Its controversary for become a Popular in the election .Some leader are tear of crocodile.