What next common man?
It was a little ironic that the poster boy for the parliamentarians during the Lok Sabha debate on the Lokpal Bill was none other than Lallu Prasad Yadav. MPs cutting across party lines were probably nodding in agreement silently and internally when he spoke of the noose tightening around their necks. Fine role model of…
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Saying it all
The Commissioned Officer of the Indian Armed Forces He is patient and steady and ready to bear, Always wanting to meet every challenge with care, Manner is easy, yet solid as steel, Has a strong faith and is refreshingly real. Never afraid to be bold, Has not committed to the usual mould, Doesn’t back out…
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Happier birthdays for some?
Dear Rahul Gee, India has an excellent cultural practice of respecting our elders and ancestors. We all subscribe to that, observe the shraads of our departed kinsfolk, and remember them on their birth anniversaries. There is therefore nothing wrong in our government doing the same – remembering our departed leaders on special days. So on…
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An Ode to Black Dungarees
It was an incongruous sight to see the diminutive figure of the President and Supreme Commander of Indian Armed Forces, mounted on a T 90 tank wearing Black Dungarees, during her recent visit to Exercise Sudarshan Shakti. The Army Chief, sitting next to her, was similarly attired. The incongruity was not in the figures themselves,…
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Orwellian Intentions – Goebbels Sibbal?
Dear Rahul Gee, I know that you don’t have a twitter account – at least not a public one. And I also know that you are extremely busy with the UP campaign right now. But despite you preoccupation, do take out the time to go through some of the tweets doing the rounds since Sibbal…
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