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Why this Kolaveri Di – Please ask Harwinder Gee

Why this Kolaveri Di – Please ask Harwinder Gee

Dear Rahul Gee, You did not even need to call an all party meet. Listening to speaker after speaker speaking from either side of the parliamentary divide, it is obvious that the slapgate, or the slapping of Sharad Gee by Harwinder Gee has united politicians cutting across party lines. The last time we saw such camaraderie and solidarity amongst the usually squabbly parliamentarians was after the terrorist attack on parliament. Even then, I guess, it was … Read entire article »

Filed under: Politics, Sensational

A slap in the face – or elsewhere?

A slap in the face – or elsewhere?

Dear Rahul Gee, Please do convey my concern to Sharad Gee. Hope it didn’t hurt him  too much – on the face.But I do hope it did cause some sensation, if not hurt, elsewhere – say in the conscience – to him, and also to lots of others. You know what should concern you Rahul Gee? Not the reckless madcap action by one passionate, possibly misguided person. What should concern you is the general reaction – the … Read entire article »

Filed under: Politics, Sensational

Hacked by Hex (Pak Cyber Thuders)

Hacked by Hex (Pak Cyber Thuders) … Read entire article »

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Actions speak louder than words

Dear Rahul Gee, You say, “I am ready to give it in writing that I’ll change the face of the state if you vote the Congress to power. I want to see it as the most developed state,” Wonderful sentiment. and great commitment. But the question that rises in my mind is – why wait for UP to elect your party to power? Your party already have state governments independently and in coalition in many states. Why not let your actions speak louder than words and showcase how these states have performed vis a vis states ruled by other parties? Won’t that sound more convincing – concrete proof of proven track record, rather than dreamy rosy promises of the future? Actually, and unfortunately, the track record is not so encouraging. As per the … Read entire article »

Filed under: Politics

ACR 360

ACR 360

Improving the internal health of the Army was a key challenge identified for himself by the present chief when he assumed office two years back. How far has he been able to address the problem remains to be seen in the absence of any indications, either in open media, or through the grapevine. While it would be illuminating to learn the steps (if any) taken by the organisation towards meeting this challenge, here are some … Read entire article »

Filed under: Appraisal System, Blogitorial, COAS, Military, Reforms