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Rajendra Nayak
Indian democracy - An after poll Tamasha!
by Rajendra Nayak on Apr 22, 2009 11:00 PM  | Hide replies

From times immemorial, India was a sub continent ruled by Kings and Queens every 50 to 60 kilometers and then by many dynasties. In 1947, all were forced to come under one Umbrella and central rule by a government at New Delhi was installed in the name of freedom without bothering to develop regions and thus regional politics has come up into being. The so called National parties are wagging their tails behind the regional parties who have hijacked the Central policies.
The rest is history ! A central or state government runs with just 30% of the 50% of the votes polled thus a minority government (with only 15% of the popular votes) runs a country/state and decides policies. This type of governance is not democracy but a dictatorship because it is very near to a dictatorship where only one rules but here a non entity (15% of popular votes) government squeezes one Billion population.
A strong central government is a history and nothing has been made to amend the constitution wherein all the parties together should have 50% of the votes polled (50% of 50 to 60% votes polled)to form a central government. Whosoever adds up to 50% should be allowed to form a coalition and rule the country. If this is not followed, the days of breaking down is not far off and the Countries of the world are trying to break us down and regional parties may help these detractors to become PM and President of some areas. Only Time will witness all these chaos and revolutions.History repeats

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CongressIN
Re: Indian democracy - An after poll Tamasha!
by CongressIN on Apr 22, 2009 11:05 PM
All democracies are tamasahas. But these tamasas are better than dictatorships.

What about US democracy? Court decided who won the Presidency?

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chintan jhunjhunwala
difference
by chintan jhunjhunwala on Apr 22, 2009 10:20 PM  | Hide replies

the voters should decide which has had the benefits of development more.the upa ruled states or thenda ruled ones and cast their votes .the difference is so stark that there is no doubt whom to vote for.

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Sundaram
Re: difference
by Sundaram on Apr 23, 2009 09:25 AM
You said it all. What is the speed of development in places like MP, Orissa, UP, Bihar etc. You can't keep blaming the Centre for your lack of initiative in pulling in more FDI and creating more jobs. K'nataka, Haryana & AP did it on their own. I hope it is curtains down for NDA/BJP in this election so that the country can see continuing communal peace and steady economic development. What future & development can there be if the country itself is not in peace with itself. We do not want people who want to rule by dividing or pitting one community against another.

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Bharatwasi
Re: BJP will not win more than 70 seats
by Bharatwasi on Apr 22, 2009 09:56 PM
If a party with 15 seats can hope for becoming PM, why not Advani? I think, it is unfair to attack BJP on this issue. Secondly, BJP allies will easily win more than 175 seats as they are well poised to gain in most major states UP. In fact, even in UP there is a good chance of having some gain (compared to 2004). Thirdly, Advani is far better than Dr. MMS who doesn't even represent any Loksabha constituency. Dr. MMS was the worst PM (although best economist in early 1990s), India had! In last five years, he has done hardly anything for development of country. NDA had started several infrastructure projects for rural development and today congress is delaying all of them.

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Umashanker Kapoor
Re: Re: BJP will not win more than 70 seats
by Umashanker Kapoor on Apr 22, 2009 11:14 PM
all the infrastructure programs u are taking of were started by the congi govet, the wispering gallery is whispering wrong data. one tarooon of some Dr mukherji reseach foundation wrote that a sayaam seeevaak furled the tri-colour at laal khillaah for six times and this sayaam initiated inf tech, forgetting that rajiv gandhi as PM brought sam pitroda to develop telecom sector and it was sam's foundation that the IT technolgy is second to none in the world. tarooon also forgot that this very laal killaah was attacked by terrorist, as well athe parl, right under the (sayaam saayaak's) noose. the wispering gallery has now posted yet another dummy bomb, that the first nuclear test was coducted by the bbjjpplead govet at pokran which is again false. the first nuclear test was conducted durin indiraji ghabdi's rule and that too in the nineteen seventies, at pokhran itself. the second test was coduted without the USA satellites getting any view of the bomb mterial being transfered to the pokran site in the seventes. it is not much of achivement.when the spy satelite was on the other side of globe, the nucleaar materials were shited to phokran. it is common knowledge throughout the world that india posses weapon grade nuclear now, but the first nuclear test conducted in pokhran surprised the entire world as to where from weaopon grade nuclear material was got amd india was having only one nuclear reactor to generate eletrical power.

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Anubhav Lal
Re: BJP will not win more than 70 seats
by Anubhav Lal on Apr 22, 2009 09:53 PM
There was a typo in Virender's msg. What he meant was probably 270 seats.

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ATUL KULKARNI
Re: BJP will not win more than 70 seats
by ATUL KULKARNI on Apr 22, 2009 09:42 PM
Like your inside news, even we get some inside news from Congress Party where the single point agenda is to ensure the dynasty at all costs. They do not see anything beyond self and the public presentation of care for poor and concern for development is all eye wash.I am sure the days have gone when the illeterate and so called poor voter willget swayed by such nautanki.The nation looks forward to leader who has worked hard and not forced puppet.

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CongressIN
Re: BJP will not win more than 70 seats
by CongressIN on Apr 22, 2009 11:04 PM
LK Advani is the best candidate for PM of Bharat. There are no second person, who can match him.

Vote BJP, make Bharat secure, developed and a superpower.

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Ramesh
Re: Re: BJP will not win more than 70 seats
by Ramesh on Apr 23, 2009 05:56 AM
LKA is using Congress(I) tactics to create political waves to win and consolidate Hindutva, in order to make India a Hindu Nation.

He only pays lip service to secular values while his preferences and decisions are dictated by hard Hindutva mindset.

Overcoming the political will behind Hindutva politics is crucial to avoid the bandwagon effect. Most of the folks supporting it are well-meaning folks but do not realize the damage such politics can do to India.

A defeat to Hindutva and LKA style politics this time would be good for BJP as well as the opportunists amongst them will also realize the wisdom of rooting for Bhartiyata which ABV aspired for and which LKA has derailed.


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RonyRide
Re: BJP will not win more than 70 seats
by RonyRide on Apr 22, 2009 11:45 PM
nobody believes if u talk like u know more than what BJP's insiders know....u simply F.O.

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Hebbar R
Re: BJP will not win more than 70 seats
by Hebbar R on Apr 22, 2009 09:36 PM
What is wrong with LKA becoming a PM. If an Independent MLA can be a CM, if a RS Member of a party that had just a handful of MPs could be a PM, why not a party with 70 MPs (assuming that you are right - which probably you are not)?

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DS
Re: Re: BJP will not win more than 70 seats
by DS on Apr 23, 2009 04:08 AM
he is absolutely wrong... BJP is poised to get 180-195 seats and along with allies, it should be able to form the next government.

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udayraj
FORGET ALLIES, FIRST WIN 100 CONSTITUENCIES
by udayraj on Apr 22, 2009 08:27 PM  | Hide replies

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DS
Re: Re: FORGET ALLIES, FIRST WIN 100 CONSTITUENCIES
by DS on Apr 23, 2009 04:11 AM
your credibility as a political commenter is worse than sonia gandhi as a party leader. BJP is poised to achieve 180-195 seats and with the allies will form the government.

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shlok
Ujjain Water Crisis
by shlok on Apr 22, 2009 07:53 PM  | Hide replies

Mr.Shivraj Patil is forgetting what has happened in Ujjain. I recently visited this holy place and it was appaling to see that there is government water supply in the city since 3 months now. The government has literally raised their hands stating nothing that they could do till the rains can recover the situation. This is a major failure on shivraj's government and it looks like BJP has gone a bit over-confident now in the states where they have been winning regularly. Water is a basic need and missing the planning around it is a complete failure.

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shlok
Re: Ujjain Water Crisis
by shlok on Apr 22, 2009 07:54 PM
I meant no water supply since last 3 months.

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KHANDE KRISHNA
Re: Re: Ujjain Water Crisis
by KHANDE KRISHNA on Apr 22, 2009 09:28 PM
Shivraj patil does'nt know to forget , he is a sleeping Home minister at thime of Mumbai attacks

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Hebbar R
Re: Ujjain Water Crisis
by Hebbar R on Apr 22, 2009 09:39 PM
In our state, the Congress ruled for over 50 years. We now have severe power shortage, serious problem of drinking water, absolutely chaotic traffic, etc. So what is the contribution of the Congress?? Ofcourse, the Congress just blames the incumbent Govt for all the ills. The rot that set in 62 years ago cannot be corrected in a few years.

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