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A look at the first days of our new govt

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Moshadi Maino
What does Manservant King care. He has his Swiss bank a/c
by Moshadi Maino on Mar 23, 2011 12:10 PM

Read Saeed Naqvi's assessmnt of Raul Maino on Wikileaks.

Manservant King called spectrum A.Raja "my esteemed colleague".

He also claimed that cash-for-votes never happened, just as he waved away with his magic wand the 2G corruption scandal, CVC appointment scandal, CWG and other mega-scams, price inflation, defense crisis, Maoist terr0r, Pak hostilities, infiltration from Bangladesh, Pak-made fake currency pouring in from all sides, Nuclear deal scandal, black money in Swiss banks, and so on.

By the way, Manservant's coalition-dharma partner DMK is so full of sh1t. Claims to be rational but it is just a camouflage for anti-Hindu.

Many DMK candidates are flocking to be blessed by Xian priests, and making sure that they are photographed doing so. How is this rational?????

Similarly, MK claims he is for protecting Tamils but doesn't raise a finger against Tamil-genocide in Malaysia.

He celebrated a Tamil maanadu in Coimbatore, but did not invite Anand or the Nobel laureate Ramakrishnan, both of whom are patcha Tamilians.

DMK says it is against idols, but itself idol-worships EVR and Annadurai. And, to top it all, EVR was against Harijans, and called Tamil a barbaric language. He begged Brits not to give independence to India. He said at least don't leave Tamilnadu, continue to rule us even if you give freedom to the rest of India. Such is the "intellectual" and "reformer" that DMK idol-wo

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MM Gupta
Master of falsehoods!
by MM Gupta on Aug 30, 2009 08:42 PM

"Revive the ailing Indian economy in a hundred days flat, as Dr Manmohan Singh vowed"
Revival does not get achieved by talks or assurances . It calls for super economic brains with selfless thoughts !

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Manish Kapur
Padma Bhushan
by Manish Kapur on Jul 05, 2009 04:20 AM

Shenoy brahmin Padma Bhushan 2003 BJP Rule - Shame he calls himself a journalist.
"Salt debt" you see!!!!

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abboral boral
Avoid this disaster
by abboral boral on Jun 03, 2009 07:55 PM  | Hide replies

Yesterday that is on 1.6.09 I was watching a TV programme by Lok sabha TV channel and it was shocking incidents that a lambada tribe of kavarkunda taluka of guntur dist ,Andhra Pradesh sell their girl child for Rs 100 to Rs 500 in the market area to middle man and middleman in turn sell these babies to international market to 10000 doller to 25000 doller .A NGO Mrs Geeta Ramaswamy was narrating the storey .It was painfull and sad storey of rural India .Selling of girl childs are going on for pretty long time due to extreme poverty villagers are facing .There is no roads,no healthcare,no school ,No income even after rule of employment guaranty scheme introduced by Gov .

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abboral boral
Re: Avoid this disaster
by abboral boral on Jun 03, 2009 07:56 PM
coming 5 years will be the turning point for India development .If this Gov fail to do for 70% rural population and rural development then no body will tolerate in future any Gov and India will go to anarchy and all the political parties of largest democratic system in the world will be responsible for this disaster

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Bodh Ramdeo
Re: Re: Avoid this disaster
by Bodh Ramdeo on Jun 05, 2009 09:34 PM
What puerile Crap- the overwhelming majority of the masses are as stupid as rock- this same Cong govt, which wasted the entire past 5 years, which bankrupted the nation with its 50 years of destructive economic and corrupt policies, and especially a govt which is so chock-full of selfish, greedy, corrupt criminals- they will make a turning point?
What a sick joke!

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Bodh Ramdeo
Accidents happen!
by Bodh Ramdeo on Jun 03, 2009 07:19 AM

When you get an accidental PM, what else can one expect but only 'accidents'! The last 5 years were worse than any accident - it was mind-bogglingly atrocious. Any PM who has no control of supposedly his very-own cabinet, is as useful as a hole in the head. This country is heading down the road to disaster but no one is looking- least of all, not the butt-licking sycophantic scumbag socialist media.

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LOL this guy
by Anuj on Jun 02, 2009 02:14 AM  | Hide replies

previously I used to have some respect for this TVR guy....

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Sunil G
TVR Shenoy is openly and blatantly anti-Congress
by Sunil G on May 28, 2009 11:59 AM  | Hide replies

I fail to understand how he can call himself a journalist / writer. He is openly and blatantly biased against the COngress and towards the chaddi wallahs and riot mongers - RSS & BJP. He finds nothing wrong with butchering people in riots for selfish gains. Nationalistic - my foot!!. Now it is a case of the fox who called the grapes sour!!. Since they have to sit out twiddling their thumbs for 5 years just taking out the frustration thru such stupid wirte-ups. He is forgetting that the NDA govt had one of the most massize and over-sized cabinet and list of ministers. Congress has given consistent growth rate of 8-9 % in the last tenure baring the recession which is a global phenomenon (thanfully Shenoy and his ilk has not blamed the Gandhi family for the same)!! Ha, ha , ha

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Re: TVR Shenoy is openly and blatantly anti-Congress
by Unjinx on May 29, 2009 12:29 PM
The most appropriate title would be Sour Grapes

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Rahul Gupta
I am surprised
by Rahul Gupta on May 27, 2009 05:53 PM  | Hide replies

I am surprised by the mandate that UPA received, if anyone to blame it is all us. If performance was any parameter UPA faltered miserably and it can only be called mediocre. When will India relaize that Manmohan is not a PM material. Neither his Body Language, Nor his voice nor his performance made me think any high of him. I even doubt his credentials as a WB , RBI executive. In the last Governance we missed the bus, India grew in parameters which does not require Govt support. The Industry performed well. Agriculture performed dismaly even banana price increased.There was inaction over every life lost due to Bomb Blasts (The minister is slated to be minister again). Now that they have monopoly over governance I can only expect them to be arrogant. God Bless India I hope we dont miss the bus again.

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Re: I am surprised
by lolan on May 28, 2009 12:24 AM
Some how, you hold the misconcept that speaking in high volume and acting confidently is a parameter of performance. Sorry dude, you got it wrong. And the India junta got it right. That's the cause of your surprise.

And about the 'missed bus', how come you got the idea that the people in the missed bus will provide a stable, effective, development oriented Govt. Majority of Indians picked a better option from among the one they have. If they had another better option, obviously they should have selected that. Hope foe the best, certainly time is not ripe to say "God bless India"...

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thank BJP
by ganapathi on May 27, 2009 04:11 PM  | Hide replies

Earlier the congress was a monopoly, so it didn't work aggressively for India's development.
Just because Congi failed to deliver the regional parties came up.
Only after BJP took the center stage in national politics, the developement schemes implemented actively.
Hence BJP should grow in all states of India so that Congi won't be lethargic and remain focused on development as well check the selfish regional parties growth

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vivek chaubey
Re: thank BJP
by vivek chaubey on May 27, 2009 04:14 PM
i agree with u ganpat bhai...congis are just virtual mullas...do nothing

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Rohit Rao
Re: Re: thank BJP
by Rohit Rao on May 27, 2009 06:39 PM

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