I would like to see BJp winning all over india execpt Mangalore and Udupi seats. However, they (BJP)should not win more than 4 seats out of 28 in Karnataka. These bajrangi and ram sena goodas made our life misserable. We are close to afghanistan.
In new delhi, i would like to see BJP govt no problem but not in karnataka for safety reasons
There is nothing wrong in wooing nitish and Rahul has said it rite.. It might have given a bad taste to Lalu. But he deserve that by giving only 3 seats to congres.. Congress must seek help of nitish also to form a govt if they become the single major party..If in that process if they had to ignore lalu they must do the same..
Why should we give so much importance to poltician? More we run after them, more we give them our attention more powerful they become. Best way is igonore them. Let them die slowly. Instead we focus on business leaders who open and run shops, offices and creat jobs and income for local people. We should focus on those workers who work hard make our roads, footpath, school and managers who run them effiently. Only when we have changed our attitude like this then slowly we can also grow like rich nations otherwise poltician will keep ruling us for 100 years
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh Rocks. The whole world applauds the way he along with his cabinet ministers handled the global economic crisis. India is very close to become the fastest developing nation in the world overtaking China. We do not want to screw this up by having 3rd front or BJP leading our country. Now that Pakistan is going to split into numerous small countries, we have to be extra careful that we stay united.
Re: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is the King
by da dude on May 09, 2009 12:52 AM
Why do u think 3rd front will screw the country? The country is already screwed up by congress and bjp government. An alternative form of govt is the need of the hour.
Re: Re: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is the King
by theindialover on May 09, 2009 02:37 AM
Very good. Third front is full of opportunistic politicians and they were all have a history of standing for their own needs. How can somebody even imagine third front could be of anything for this country.
BJP is the only choice. I do nto understand how you can say BJP also screwed up this nation.
Have you ever looked into what is going on in Karnataka, Gujarath, MP, Himachal, etc.
Re: Re: Re: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is the King
by da dude on May 09, 2009 04:22 AM
Are you ok? Third front is full of opportunistic politcians, Tell me which party does not have opportunistic policticians? You must be living in a fools paradise. An alternative form of government is the need now in a country like India where 60% janta cant afford a square meal a day. Corruption is the way of life. Do you call this progress (despite the country producing dozens of billionaires). Capitalism is dying , my friend. Get ready for some alternative truth.
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.
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
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
7/11 2006: Mumbai Train Blasts. 209 Killed. 25/8 2007: Hyderbad Blasts: 42 Killed Oct 11 2007: Ajmer Blasts : 2 Killed May 13 2008: Jaipur Blasts : 68 Killed July 16th 2008: Ahmedabad Blasts : 57 Killed July 25th 2008: Banglaore Blasts: 1 killed Sept 13th 2008: Delhi Blasts: 26 Killed Sept 27th 2008: Delhi Blasts: 2 Killed Sept 29th 2008 : Gujrat Blasts : 1 killed Oct 21st 2008: Imphal Blasts : 17 Killed Oct 30th 2008: Assam Blasts : 40 Killed Nov 26th 2008: Mumbai Attack: 180 killed Mar 2009: Guhati: ???? kieeld These are only official toll and NOT actuals
Did you know that on the day of the Mumbai train blasts, the Government gave Rs 150 crores for earthquake relief in Pakistan ? Last year our Govt. has given Rs 3000 crores (600 Million Dollars) to Afghanistan? This, when victims of terror in India have not yet got aid? What's going on? B) Is this Government really secular ?
1) When Madrasas are being shut down in Pakistan, the Indian Government is giving them CBSE status !! It is depriving Muslim children in getting secular education. A Madrasa educated person can get a job in any government office without going through the secular education system. Can India afford to have fundamentalists in government departments? Why cannot the government shut down Madrassas and let Muslim children study with the rest?
Re: Is UPA Government really protecting us??!!
by stlouis on May 09, 2009 06:30 AM
Let me add more blasts in your list , in 2006 - Malegaon Blast, again in 2008 - Malegaon blast, Jalna blast, Purna blast, Nanded blast, Hyderabad Makka Masjid blast, Delhi Jama Masjid blast, Samjhauta Express blast. I am sure there are many more you forgot, will add some other time.
Re: South Indian , Bihari and UP (Ullu ke patts are the worst peo
by Vijender on May 09, 2009 12:34 AM
Is that why South India is growing in double the pace of rest of India. Today people abroad talk about Bangalore, Chennai and Hyderabad. And not Ahmedabad, Amritsar, Jaipur or Indore.