Posts Tagged rumour

Taming The Internet?

There are no two opinions that more than 50% of the government in any democracy consists of first rate fools. This percentage goes up if the survival of the government depends on coalition partners. Worst if the government purchases votes for winning a confidence vote in the parliament. If such a government is afflicted by […]

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Track-II War

What was this alarm about Army columns marching towards the capital in the night of January 16, 2012? The insinuation was that a military coup was being contemplated. The Chief of the Army was going to the Court on the issue of his date of birth the next day or so. The rest was left […]

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