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Posted on December 24, 2003 | 1 CommentPoliticians increasingly have turned their eyes, nay, everything to three things: Wooing People to Gain Power, Managing to Stay in Power, and Trying to get Themselves Back to Power. Gone are those past illustrious presidents of the United States who apart from the Power aspect,...
Posted on December 19, 2003 | No CommentsThis topic must have been beaten to death over the decades. The righteous posturing, boisterous claims of good governance, “corruption-free” administration, what-have-you–all suddenly assuming paramount importance, and you are stumped for a second, pause, disbelieving your eyes and ears: since when did our political masters...
Posted on December 17, 2003 | 1 CommentAnother hired troll columnist of Outlook does her routine about trashing the positive developments that have taken place in India in the recent years. She says there’s nothing to feel good about the "feel good" factors in India. Instead, she wants us to concentrate on...
Posted on December 5, 2003 | No CommentsThe rout is complete. The 100+ year-old pseudo-secular political party has tasted defeat in states which were its traditional fortresses. And what a defeat! In each of these three states, the BJP scored a thumping majority reducing the number of Congress-ruled states by three. If...
Posted on December 3, 2003 | 3 CommentsThis article by the other Hitchens–Peter Hitchens, brother of Christopher Hitchens–Christopher Hitchens, who for the first time unravelled damning evidence against Mother Theresa in his The Missionary Position–throws light on the sad plight of Britain today. I strongly believe that Britain is facing far too...
Posted on October 29, 2003 | 1 CommentWhat else can you expect from the Yellow Journal of India? And this appears in the "Middle" section of the Toilet Paper of India. Precious inches wasted! A migration-cum-love-cum-death-cum-anti-Semitic story. Apparently, this retard must have scored zeroes in his History papers in school. Look what...
Posted on October 9, 2003 | 6 CommentsOur secularist–"Romantics" Pankaj Mishra–writing for the New York Times among others, also contributes to the secularist Outlook India. This book review is just a sample. Mishra starts off promisingly, but I suspect his secularist soul clamours with earnest to degenerate, to turn a book review...
Posted on August 28, 2003 | No CommentsI recently discovered an interesting Weblog by Atanu Dey. He writes very interesting stuff, and this caught my attention. Read the complete piece. It is thought-provoking. He writes: Furthermore, economic development is both a cause and a consequence of urbanization. As for the cause for...
Posted on July 25, 2003 | No CommentsRajeev Srinivasan makes a point, speaking of Jayalalithaa’s decision to dismiss striking Government employees. She’s given the Marxists what they have deserved from a long time: a solid punch in the face, a blow from which they–I hope–never recover. Tweet