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rajhoo rajhoovenkatesh
Karat talks economy to retain Left hold over Coimbatore
by rajhoo rajhoovenkatesh on May 09, 2009 11:01 AM

politiciansare very forgetful and karat is no exception.while adressing a meeting incoimbatore he has highlighted about power shortage in coimbatore conveniently forgetting about westbengal where thepower situation is no better.a communist ruled state for 30 years has not done anything for the state.now karat has a magic wand gifted by china with which he will revive Indias economy,provide uninterrupted power supply to all and clear off indias debt overnight. we believe all that u say karat,wave ur magicwand.

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by gomateswara on May 09, 2009 12:14 AM

The acquittal of Jagdish Tytler, the prime accused in the anti-Sikh riots of 1984, by the CBI should send shock waves across the country.

The CBI’s proclaimed autonomy is a sham. It sought to close the case in 2007 but had to continue the probe. That a Sikh prime minister can silence his conscience and campaign for the party in Delhi is a sad commentary on the moral fibre of our politicians. The Congress party’s dreams of having a committed judiciary is on the verge of realisation.

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shamsher singh
Any good scheme from BJP is bad for media
by shamsher singh on May 08, 2009 11:11 PM

Yeddyurappa’s budget had encouraging news for several sections of the population — farmers, high school students, officials, researchers, patients, alike.

The decision to send 1000 farmers abroad on a study tour will expose them to different types of farming methods. Further a provision of Rs 750 crores as a support price for farm produce is good news.
Yeddi has given a fillip to ornamental fishery and has given an impetus to the establishment of goshalas for the protection of milch cattle. Extending free power to farmers with upto 10 HP pumpsets, introducing e-tendering to bring in transparency, allotting Rs 2 crore for reviving the river Arkavathy and establishing 500 foot bridges in the Malnad to bring connectivity to remote villages, are all heartening to note.

CM also deserves to be congratulated for providing free health insurance to poor families. Another noteworthy point, is the support given to the development of sandalwood cultivation, green villages and medicinal plants

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BJPs Magical Novel schme for needy what did congee do in 60yr
by aandal on May 08, 2009 10:45 PM

Ladli Laxmi Yojana scheme was started by the BJP govt in MP in 2006. In a very short time, it has proved to be one of the most successful social welfare schemes in the history of the state.

Under the scheme, the state govt buys saving certificates of Rs 6,000 each year for five consecutive years for every girl born in a family.

The girl gets Rs 2,000 after she completes her Class 5, another Rs 4,000 after she completes Class 8, Rs 7,500 after she completes the Class 10, Rs 200 per month in her 11th standard and a lumpsum amount of Rs 1,18,000 after she enters the 12th standard or, alternatively, attains the age of 18.

The principal aim of the scheme is to eliminate school dropout among girl students and to encourage them to study at least upto pre-college level.
Kanyadhan Yojna: state gives Rs 7,500 for poor families during the time of a girl's marriage, and
Janani Suraksha Yojna: state provides all economic & health support to a pregnant woman till the time of delivery.
This is what I (as an Indian) call development of girl child; unfortunately no media will project this, but will project BJP as T@liban if some Sene beats a girl who goes to a pub only coz it happened in a state ruled by BJP. This bias is going to be the undoing of the Congress

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New York
by New York on May 08, 2009 07:56 PM

* Communist leaders in India are real hypocrites.
* They advocate anti-capitalism to Indians.
Almost all Communist leaders in India have sent their sons and daughters to America as immigrants in the pretext of higher studies.

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rajhoo rajhoovenkatesh
Karat talks economy to retain Left hold over Coimbatore
by rajhoo rajhoovenkatesh on May 08, 2009 07:42 PM

karat u talk so much about reviving the economy and providing power to coimbatore, u talk about your allies but have u at any stage mentioned about the strategies u will adopt or what remedy u have.u say nuclear deal with usa will not provide power to india,shall we go to china for power or beg russia who themselves are in bad shape.being anti american is no use communist china has developed today because of its business ties with usa are u not aware of this stop foooling the people.u come to power we the people will see what u do..... nothing

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Lopesh S
Congress is removing poverty with ‘Gharibi Hatao’ for
by Lopesh S on May 08, 2009 02:50 PM

Congress forgets abt core issues (Development Internal security)

But keeps harping only on

Babri mosque
Anti-hindu bashing

and keeps fooling the mass

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Humble plea to Congress/UPA Pls do not divide the nation further
by balaji on May 08, 2009 12:36 PM

Latest in the series of controversies centred on the Congress party’s fixation with Muslim grievances is the data collection exercise involving the Indian Armed Forces.
It is irrelevant and mischievous to mention about caste-based divisions in the Army during the British rule.
Congress leaders not only divided the country politically but also militarily. The military officers and men of pre-independence India , belonging to all communities fought the WWII together under the British.

Pakistan got a ready-made army at its birth. When Indian Muslims got Pakistan they also got a Muslim army carved out of the undivided Indian Army. This army produced Pakistani generals and officers who fought wars with India — the first full scale war being in 1965. This is history in living memory.

The Congress party having divided and ruled the country for decades is continuing with its dangerous game and monstrous thinking of doing a head count for the Army now.

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Bulls Eye
Candid Admission by Comrade Karat.....
by Bulls Eye on May 08, 2009 10:52 AM

Alleging that the Congress had pursued "the BJP's (Bharatiya Janata Party [Images]) economic policies," Karat

This former ally of the Congress has proved like scores of others that the Congress lacks the guts to run a superb economic policy laid down by the erstwhile BJP led NDA government.

This in spite of having MMS/PC and Montek Singh they could not save the country from such economic disaster. Why?

Coz they are weak, they do not have the guts to take tough decisions and all thru. the past 5 years, they were busy appeasing their allies to remain in power.

This is admission by a former ally of the UPA.

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Kris Bhat
Karat has nothing to offer
by Kris Bhat on May 08, 2009 07:05 AM  | Hide replies

Karat simply whines on others failures. He never says, how he is going to solve anything. No one would expect, nuc deal will solve the problems tomorrow. It just compliments the other energy resources.
What commies have to offer? poverty? Strikes? Unions? atheism? Minority appeasement? Rhetorics? Time for change, Mr. Karat.

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Re: Karat has nothing to offer
by abhbhat on May 08, 2009 08:41 AM
a hungry man will always choose food without caring for superfluous man-made issues like poverty Strikes Unions atheism Minority appeasement Rhetorics.

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