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spring
why this coy still is not behind the bar?
by spring on Apr 27, 2010 11:18 AM

why this coy still is not behind the bar?

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Sunanda Pushkar
Corrupt modi blamed Good man Taroor
by Sunanda Pushkar on Apr 27, 2010 11:17 AM  | Hide replies

This corrupt Modi was accusing decent man shahsi Taroor for just giving me a sweat equity of 5% in the Kochi IPL team, despite of the fact that I richly deserved it. Now just look at the amount of money that he has made by corrupt means. Modi's corruption runs into thousands of crores of rupees while I did not even get 70 crore rs

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Ajay Patil
Re: Corrupt modi blamed Good man Taroor
by Ajay Patil on Apr 27, 2010 11:30 AM
Now get "connected' with Lalit you easily get 700 crores from those thousand of crores. Anyway Tharoor is dumped now and totally useless.

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Shanth Sequeira
Re: Corrupt modi blamed Good man Taroor
by Shanth Sequeira on Apr 27, 2010 11:27 AM
Decent man????????? Go and check Taroors history man. Both are one and same.............

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Chandran KR
Re: Re: Corrupt modi blamed Good man Taroor
by Chandran KR on Apr 27, 2010 11:34 AM
I checked Tharoor's history and he has gone up in esteem in my eyes. He richly deserves to reinstated.

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Ajay Patil
Re: Corrupt modi blamed Good man Taroor
by Ajay Patil on Apr 27, 2010 11:29 AM
Now get "connected' with Lalit you easily get 700 crores from those thousand of crores. Anyway Tharoor is dumped now and totally useless.

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Ajay Patil
Re: Corrupt modi blamed Good man Taroor
by Ajay Patil on Apr 27, 2010 11:30 AM
Now get "connected' with Lalit you easily get 700 crores from those thousand of crores. Anyway Tharoor is dumped now and totally useless.

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surajit som
Re: Corrupt modi blamed Good man Taroor
by surajit som on Apr 27, 2010 11:22 AM
you got but you returned the money voluntarily !!!! can you kindly persuade lalit modi to do the same? it must be in billions.

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Chandran KR
Re: Re: Corrupt modi blamed Good man Taroor
by Chandran KR on Apr 27, 2010 11:36 AM
Ha ha, persuade Lalit Modi to return money. How much Kickbac one should give him to return the assets he made.

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Chandran KR
Re: Corrupt modi blamed Good man Taroor
by Chandran KR on Apr 27, 2010 11:39 AM
I sympathize with you Ms Sunanda Pushkar. There was no need for you to surrender the sweat equity. BCCI's Shashank Manohar has gone on record that if somebody wants to give 100% sweat equity it is his wish and it has got nothing to do with BCCI.

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surajit som
the great IPL scandal
by surajit som on Apr 27, 2010 11:01 AM  | Hide replies

modi was running IPl as if it was his personal business. in IPL, total transactions were in billions of dollars. this must be the biggest financial scandal in india ever . it rivals satyam.it is amazing that such things are coming in the open at all.these papers are not his personal . then why is he keeping them with him? he can be arrested on the basis of this alone.even in a grocery shop ,there are checks and balances. in IPL or BCCI ,there was none !!!

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Rajesh Vyas
Re: the great IPL scandal
by Rajesh Vyas on Apr 27, 2010 11:04 AM
Was the BCCI sleepin all along? They have found a scapegoat in Lalit Modi to shield some bigger names (I NEED NOT NAME THEM, DO I?)involved in this Mega Scam. Lalit has done a fantastic job in building the IPL brand. The BCCI should be suspended right away and all Big Names exposed once and for all and punished.

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Chandran KR
Re: Re: the great IPL scandal
by Chandran KR on Apr 27, 2010 11:12 AM
Yes, BCCI itself has admitted to lapses. At least they woke up and cancelled the first bid due to irregularities. The fact that BCCI has not been careful does not mean that Lalit Modi can do any irregularities. If your neighbor has gone somewhere locking his house can you loot the house?

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Vissapragada Prabhakar
Re: Re: the great IPL scandal
by Vissapragada Prabhakar on Apr 27, 2010 11:13 AM
Dear Rajesh ..very well said... u r absolutely correct....they shud punish some one else...other than Modi or including Modi ..but the governing council of IPL comprising of all kinds of bufoons ...are trying to divert the attention from the mail culprits...in the whole process, those stalwarts remain there and the UPA govt keep moving until next elections... not blaming congress for this ....blaming the fate of this country's politicis...blaming myself as a citizen of this country who also contributed for this whole epositely in a wholistic manner

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ks prakaash
Re: Re: the great IPL scandal
by ks prakaash on Apr 27, 2010 11:09 AM
Were big cricketers like Ravi Shastri, MAK Pataudi and Gavaskar also sleeping all along? If so with whom(?)

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kanniah krishnan
Re: Re: Re: the great IPL scandal
by kanniah krishnan on Apr 27, 2010 11:23 AM
Come on, you can also sleep with all those you want to know of! See all these shall come to you at a huge cost. That is why they all make money in all the forms possible. Simple isn't it?
Relax or work towards for what you want in life - Principles of one's life gets changed when needs change. All your decision Sir!

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kanniah krishnan
Re: Re: Re: the great IPL scandal
by kanniah krishnan on Apr 27, 2010 11:20 AM
Come on, you can also sleep with all those you want to know of! See all these shall come to you at a huge cost. That is why they all make money in all the forms possible. Simple isn't it?
Relax or work towards for what you want in life - Principles of one's life gets changed when needs change. All your decision Sir!

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Sudhakar Alur
IPL controversies
by Sudhakar Alur on Apr 27, 2010 10:55 AM  | Hide replies

The IPL controversies came to lime light only after Mr. Shashi Tharoor is ousted.

Otherwise, even government wouldn't have ordered IT raids on all connected with IPL nor the BCCI has opened their eyes and suspended Mr. Modi and speak about the lapses that they are speaking now.

The government would have conducted it's raids on its own if they suspected any irregularities and not as a retaliation to resignation of their Minister.

The BCCI and it's governing council keeping silent all these day's and speaking and taking stringent action against Mr. Modi raises all doubts.

It is not only Mr. Modi every member of Governing council of IPL and BCCI be made responsible for all the lapses that they found out now. Singling out Mr. Modi is an opportune disciplinary action against somebody and an escape route for their inaction all these days.

There is no guarantee of any honest Gentleman to follow Mr. Modi because we have scarcity of honest persons. At any cost, one request is to continue IPL 4 as Mr. Mallya opines.

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Chandran KR
Re: IPL controversies
by Chandran KR on Apr 27, 2010 11:20 AM
Yeah, it is unfortunate that the govt action came after the Mr. Shashi Tharoor, who did not do anything illegal, was asked to resign. That is when how Lalit Modi had tried to mislead Kochi consortium, then bribe them, then threaten them, etc came out. Earlier people would have accepted bribes or might have kept quiet afraid of the mafia. Moreover, if the govt had acted unilaterally before the cricket crazy public would have gone against the govt. It is the duty of the citizens and corporation to follow the law.

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Sebastian Cherukanam
The show will go on
by Sebastian Cherukanam on Apr 27, 2010 10:48 AM  | Hide replies

Were they, the government and IT department and BCCI and IPL body, not aware of all these frauds and tax evasion earlier? If they were not aware, why the public money should be spent to feed all these worthless creatures? Now, all of them are playing different roles to befool the public. All these b*astards must be hanged until death.

But, let me tell all of you what is going to happen in the end.

After sometime, Tharoor will be back in his post. Sunanda will sweat again for her business.

Though Lalit Modi will be ousted, he will enjoy life with the wealth he already amassed from IPL.

Pawar, Praful and their party will never be punished because UPA needs their support.

Opposition will get some other hot issue to disrupt parliament (what use is there even if not disrupted!)

Government, IT department and other bodies will stop investigation as there are many beneficiaries in all these establishments.

BCCI and IPL will continue their business as usual. Franchises will make their black money into white by rechanneling it through Mauritius.

Cheerleaders will dance. More and more ads will air and Indian market will boom. Public, fools, will enjoy cricket while drinking Pepsi.

This will all happen uninterrupted because all those Indians (Made in India) worth it as they lack self discipline, morality, dignity, integrity and anything like that.


The show will go on.

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Chandran KR
Re: The show will go on
by Chandran KR on Apr 27, 2010 11:29 AM
The govt must seriously consider reinstating Shashi Tharoor. BCCI has said that it is not their problem how much sweat equity gives anyone. Shashank Manohar has gone on record on TV that if anybody wants to give 100% sweat equity to anyone it is their wish, the BCCI has nothing to do with it. Earlier IT department also has given clean chit to Shashi Tharoor that his accounts are clean. Now the govt has to tell what was the wrong he committed. Was he made to resign because he said Sunanda was close to him. Is that a crime? If so the entire nation has to hang.

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Sebastian Cherukanam
Re: The show will go on
by Sebastian Cherukanam on Apr 27, 2010 10:49 AM
Yesterday, there was an advertisement in all the leading English news papers with Mayavati’s photo on top and it began with a promise ‘An Significant step to ensure interrupted power supply…’!! Today the same advertisement began with ‘A significant step to ensure uninterrupted power supply…’!! There is a saying in Malayalam, “Kattile thadi, thevarude Aana, valiyeda vali”. That is exactly Mayavati, the b*itch, is doing because spending thousands even for correcting an earlier mistake, she is not taking a single penny from her pocket. Moreover, this expenditure is peanut for her when considering the thousands of crores she had already spent for her own and her elephants ‘Puthalas’ (statues) across her state.

One thing is sure, public can expect only “interrupted power supply” but an uninterrupted corruption will certainly be there for sure.

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Chandran KR
Re: Re: The show will go on
by Chandran KR on Apr 27, 2010 11:23 AM
Explain the saying in english.

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marxcapitalist
Huge Revolution is on the way!!!!
by marxcapitalist on Apr 27, 2010 10:39 AM  | Hide replies

check the incredible number of US army generals,intelligence officials,senators questioning the US govt version of 9 11

patriotsquestion911 dot com

Give up CNN,FOX and MSNBC,read infowars dot com


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marxcapitalist
Re: Huge Revolution is on the way!!!!
by marxcapitalist on Apr 27, 2010 10:39 AM
1000s of architects are now questionng 9 11 collapse


How can a buidling which was not at all hit by a plane (wtc-7) could collapse is the question that is gaining momentum and exposing the big lie behind 9 11.
Just like the gulf of tonkin incident which was staged by the CIA to start vietnam war,the day of exposing the real men behind 9 11 is approaching soon.
check former minnetso governor Jesse ventura's latest book on this issue.
The check patriotsquestion911 dot com

Gone are the days of branding truth seekers as conspiracy nuts!!!!

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alex  mathew
IPL & Modi
by alex mathew on Apr 27, 2010 10:36 AM  | Hide replies

It won't be surprising to see Lalit Modi contesting on a BJP ticket in the next general elections. The entire IPL episode will be on a backburner in no time. Entire media will again harp on some new controversy. Still all honest citizens are dragged into concerns of all these mess & daily drama witnessed 'coz of our corrupt politics & beaurucracy and end up a paying for in additional taxes.
We need an absolute overhaul in the system.


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wizardo id
Re: IPL & Modi
by wizardo id on Apr 27, 2010 10:44 AM
I wont be surprised to see modi running as a congress candidate either. look at mohammad azar, who would have suckered up to a tainted man ? congress did. wake up and smell the beans. politicians of all parties come with same taint.

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arungopal agarwal
Modi
by arungopal agarwal on Apr 27, 2010 10:36 AM

Where Modi can keep all documents, must be having very big museum with him. Govt. as can suspend him, can also raid any premises.
To suspend Modi, Govt. has shown apathy to democratic norms, it would have been better, if few bureacrats would also have been sacked for their careless behaviour, as no transanction can take place in India without discloures and sanctions.

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VAIDYANATHAN BALAKRISHNAN
BCCI / IPL / LALIT MODI
by VAIDYANATHAN BALAKRISHNAN on Apr 27, 2010 10:35 AM  | Hide replies

IPL CEO - SUNDER RAMAN.
WHAT WAS HIS ROLE AS THE CEO OF IPL? JUST TO WATCH ALL THAT IS GOING ON? WHAT WAS HE DOING FOR THE LAST THREE YEARS? NOW COMING OUT AND SAYING THAT THIS PAPERS IS NOT AVAILABLE, THAT FILE IS NOT AVAILABLE ETC. ALL THESE ARE ABSOLUTELY RUBBISH. BCCI CHIEF MANOHAR SHASHANK. SAME WITH HIM. ALL THESE OFFICIALS ARE NOW BLAMING MODI ( MAY BE HAS MIS-MANAGED ). BUT WHY THEY DID NOT NIP IT IN THE BUD? NOBODY IS AWARE OF WHO ARE THE OWNERS OF IPL? AFTER THREE YEARS, THIS IS THE JOKE. ARE THEY RESPONSIBLE OFFICER BEARERS? THEY ONLY TAKE A FAT SALARY HOME.
IT IS OF UTMOST IMPORTANCE TO HOLD ALL THE OFFICER BEARERS OF BCCI / IPL EQUALLY RESPONSIBLE FOR WHATEVER MIS-MANAGEMENT THAT HAS BEEN REPORTED. IT IS WRONG TO PUT ONLY ONE PERSON IN THE DOCK.

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Rakesh Dandekar
Re: BCCI / IPL / LALIT MODI
by Rakesh Dandekar on Apr 27, 2010 10:55 AM
My dear friend, this is a gam played by Mr. Sharad Pawar. These beggers are barking on the tune of Sharad Pawar. Instead of Modi, Taroor, if Mr. Sharad Pawar kicked out all truth will come out. These beggers are telling every day a new subject it is background voice of Sharad Pawar why we are worried abouit this because we have no other work to do hence we are reading this type of nonsence articles. Please dont get angered today it may supported by Congress but tomorrow new party like Marathi played by Shiv Sena during 1964 and now Raj Thakre playing Marathi during the year 2008 tell me what is the new subject and even after 13 menbers elected by Raj Thaker what is the improvement and where is all subject raised by Mr. Raj Takhare likewise BCCI and IPL are twin brothers this fact knows every indian not only politicians. We are westing our time,electricty to watch this game now it is not game but it is a gambling. Whole india is involved in this gambling. Hope you will understand.

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jerry george
Re: Re: BCCI / IPL / LALIT MODI
by jerry george on Apr 27, 2010 11:42 AM
Mr.Froud Modi reminds me of Saddam Hussein, sitting on his dictator chair and ordering the world to bow down. The bold decision to cut his balls was the right answer for his un authorised and corrupt actions. He made millions and nobody cared. This money should be confiscated and he should be in jail if democracy still has any value in India. Cheers to BCCI new generation guys.

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