Re: Beware Congi is coming back
by hamza malkani on May 16, 2009 10:22 PM
a loser like u will dig into any poo and try to find a way out...........alas......"the grapes were sour"..........do note tat as much as u r an indian, we muslims too r die hard indians. Dig yr eyes n brains into indian history to find out who has shed more blood for the country...... feeble ideological weirdos like u r those that hv made NDA a loser
by santa sood on May 16, 2009 06:35 PM
peace? who? congress? i guess u hv forgotten the bomb blasts all over the country, especially NE that recurred every two months last year..and of course, the mumbai attacks..now is that waht you call peace? God save india under upa and its supporters like u
It's nice to see what people have written here. But is it a big issue to be discussed? No, I think not. The bigger issue is to understand what the current government has done for us. NOTHING. All we have is Internal & External Terrorism. Internal Terrorisim is the unbalanced and biased laws. External Terrorism is keeping mum inspite of such a big attack on Mumbai. Mumbai, the financial capital of India, is in need of finance. Delhi, the Capital of India, is unsafe. Husbands are equally harrased by wives in many of the western states of India; but law allows women to "Legally Extort" money from them. Who has build up this situation - Congress. Such a shame to our country, particularly those who did not vote, lest it would have made a difference.......
Re: Elections in India
by shanti on May 16, 2009 02:03 PM
good observation... husbands are harrassed by wife because of Congress.... see, how much this party has done to uplift women empowerment in India!!! he he he...
I wish BJP had more substantial policies to woo voters than the reasons given by you. If only opposition showed people how they are going to tackle all the failures made of ruling party. But no, they are happy shouting without giving people something to look forward. People want change but no party in this election showed anything in that direction. And, results are here, most of those who did not vote for the same reason no one showed them anything to vote for...
Re: Elections in India
by ajay sharmal on May 16, 2009 01:39 PM
I think u r wrong frnd .....Congress is the onli govt. who can run this country except BJP's barking Dogs like Advani,,,Rajnath.. So cheers for Congress my dear frnd .....
Re: Re: Re: Elections in India
by middle finger on May 16, 2009 05:46 PM
i dunno which planet u came from.....but check the inflation around the world...india was high on the list but it was arrested and brought back to earth because of mms!! he predicted this recession almost a year before nay signs were seen (2006)
Re: Re: Re: Re: Elections in India
by santa sood on May 16, 2009 06:39 PM
give us a break and stop praising hte obedient puppet of sonia.
everyone had predicted recession, just that me and you dont get news space
inflation is definitely on the rise in india, there is no denying that. inflation, that too during recession. gas prices remain same despite the barrel prices dropping to almost a third globally. well done congress..may u extort more money out of the same public that voted u to power...after all, the public seems to love the torture you have inflicted on them for the past so many years.
oh, btw, now mms will restore the economy to fully booming one in 100 days as per his promise. despite the US cutting on jobs being offshored to india. he must be a magician!
Re: Re: Re: Elections in India
by edmund samule on May 16, 2009 08:20 PM
Dear friend plz tell every parents to take the admission in Railway school governed by Crly. Zilha parishad schools so that they can study in lower school fees if the facilities are less u think then pay the prize for having the luxuries things rather then only knowledge.
Re: Re: Re: Elections in India
by santa sood on May 16, 2009 06:41 PM
that begs the question: why do we need a secular govt after all, when we ourselves are not secular. the very fact that a govt is voted to power just because they claim they are secular says a lot about the public mindset...and why are minorities so shit scared of bjp? no one can blame them for something they hv not done..anyways, it should be celebration time for all terrorists: kasab, afzal and all their allies
ON the day of Voting, in our native, we registered our votes in a peaceful way. P.Gershom Jebaraj and his family members registered their votes in Ambrose Hr.SEc School, Meignanapuram.The polling was in a smooth manner.
Bogus Internet Campaign by BJP. After realising its defeat in print and visual media BJP leader Advani and his toughs has started a very well planned strategic to mislead the youth of India by the help of some jobless IT professionals due to Economic resurgence. This Team of IT professionals under the guided by top BJP toughs like Sudhanshu Mittal, Jaitley are well paid and assigned for 24 hours duty to illustrate fall projection that BJP is a favourable party of Indian youth by hacking some communities and groups of some social internet networking sites like Orkut, Facebook, and yahoo. If some one tries to post anything against BJP he will be banned or that tread will be deleted. Advani’s dream of replicating Obama’s election campaign and becoming PM will never fulfil because of his sham policies. This fake publicity campaign of BJP will burst like water bubble very soon.
Re: Re: Bogus Internet Campaign by BJP.
by Mohammed Zameer on May 16, 2009 12:13 PM
ghas pus mahavir, BJP will not come in power because they always stand against muslims and you people show the result, you know why congress always behind 14% population they know very well that we can change the whole trend of Lok Sabha election.. so better accept the fact that Congress will rule India
Re: Re: Re: Re: Bogus Internet Campaign by BJP.
by Rajiv Nisar on May 16, 2009 12:38 PM
It's a shame that we Indians are fighting with each other; and who is winning? These bloody corrupt Congressians and BJPians and other smaller parties. They are not blame but we are to blame for being nerds. If you have such verbal power, then it is time to come out and speak for all the civilians rather than these good-for-nothing idiot politicians.
Re: Re: Re: Bogus Internet Campaign by BJP.
by prakash sharma on May 16, 2009 01:07 PM
true zameer ...!! dushman ka dushman dost hotha hai !! and juz becoz u ppl dont like BJP u wil obviously vote for the next party the COngis !! no wonder
and 14 % is a huge percentage !! even if the entire muslim community of India votes just to show their anguish.. agony anger against the BJP ... it wil always be congress in power !! Congress sure know their numbers very well!
BJP ..Its time to learn a lesson ! but that doesnt mean .. try to appease the minority population of our country juz like congress !! treat them equally with respect !!
Name : Guru - would be a Member of parliment. profession: KATTU PANJAYATU,ROWDYSM,Murderer. Education : Nil .
Tell me what this guy will do in parliment. Not only this guy ,most of our candidates are like him ,no education back ground (80%). Pathetic for whole tn and India. we are helpless. cheee cheee tuutuu poo poo..
Re: MP Guru
by Sudhakaran on May 14, 2009 03:21 PM
If there is any fight inside the parliment DR Anbumani Ramadoss trouser will be saved by Mr Guru.he is a true follower of Dr ramadoss..so he got the seat and sure he will a MP ..God only saves India from the Dirty politicians
Re: Re: MP Guru
by prakash sharma on May 16, 2009 01:11 PM
Poverty ridden areas are the main targets for these politicians ..most of the votes come frm such areas only !! i don think any educated indian wil ever vote for such a person without doin enuff research .. or he wil chose not to vote if none of them r worthy enuff !
Re: Re: Re: MP Guru
by santa sood on May 16, 2009 06:46 PM
the problem is: how many educated people vote or for that matter, how much of hte educated population stays in india? atleast 50% of them migrate, and the remaining 50% are too busy with their well paid cushy jobs.
of course, the poverty stricken areas vote after getting free liquor and food, and may be 500 Rs. per vote..easier than buying vote of confidence in parliament