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Amit Jogi speaks out!
by Vikas on Dec 05, 2003 12:20 AM

Rubbish! I agree to the views expressed by Battula V R Murthy on 28-NOV-03 and by Kaushik Das on 28-NOV-03.

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Jogi and Sons
by NIRANJAN DESAI on Dec 04, 2003 07:09 PM

Media has extremely bad habit, to promote goonda politicians. They praise for small benefits, highlight them for no reason. Hide their evil side. When these goonda politicians grow and become big then they even order to arrest other politicians and journalist for no reason. At this moment I would like to remind you the Media Heroin Jaylalitha and her latest victim is "The Hindu"

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u liar
by srmise on Dec 04, 2003 10:58 AM

absolutely planned and prepared fake photography & totally fake report on sri judev defenitely it will affect whole congress itself

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amit jogi
by arvind on Dec 01, 2003 11:23 AM

hi, i hope that he is speaking the truth and if he is really speaking truth then i think he is a good person,
but now a days you cannot believe any body,
only time will say who is right and who is wrong.

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anoop varma
amit jogi spks out
by anoop varma on Nov 30, 2003 02:45 PM

I appreciate amit jogis stand Please convey my best wishes for his bright future

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Hari Padmanabhan
Amit Jogi speaks out
by Hari Padmanabhan on Nov 28, 2003 09:30 PM

Your correspondent obviously is head over heels in love with the Jogi family !! What sympathy and affection for the guy who controls the Aakash TV Channel in Raipur and who got Prasad to book rooms in Taj Delhi to trap Judeo !! That Judeo is as corrupt as Jogi is established.

The point is will Chattisgarh be any different with Jogi once again at its helm ? Jogi believes that to deliver "good governance" he needs to wield the heavy stick and in the process have a totally supine bureaucracy at his elbow. India has had in the past such "iron" Chief Ministers - Kairon of Punjab, Bansi Lal of Haryana, Jayalalitha of Tamilnadu readily come to mind. But what is the legacy they have left behind ? Iron Chief Ministers by their tactics at total polarisation of the polity and victimising the opposition leave a bitter atmosphere that will boomerang on them when they lose power. Invariably these Iron CMs get a taste of their own medicine when the politics of vendetta prevails over the politics of consensus.

It is for this reason alone that Jogi needs to be voted out.

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J.N. Kini
by J.N. Kini on Nov 28, 2003 09:03 PM

Who wrote this piece,? Mani Shankar Iyer,?

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