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SENT AS NIGHTWATCHMAN, STILL ON CREASE NOT OUT

Sanjaya Baru, former media Adviser to the Prime Minister of India Dr. Manmohan Singh, has published a book titled The Accidental Prime Minister giving an insider’s view of the running of the government since 2004. There is nothing startling about its contents which were public knowledge and had already been published in articles, comments and […]

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Ordinance To Save Convicted MP’s and MLA’s

Rahul Gandhi has broken his silence. He has called nonsense a nonsense without mincing words like the crooked politicians fattening on Indian democracy or the courtiers perfect in the art of manipulative English or the diplomatese with multi-meaning verbose or the shrewd calculating operators opening their mouth only when they become sure of personal gains. […]

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Rahul Gandhi To Replace Man Mohan Singh?

At the end, corruption has taken its toll : the Rail Minister, Mr. Pavan Kumar Bansal, caught in the tsunami of naked corruption, is reported to have resigned. That is really not the news. The impending resignation of the Law Minister, Mr. Aswani Kumar, who has abused his position to protect the guilty in the […]

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Coalition Politics

Three things happened almost simultaneously. Rahul Gandhi, General Secretary of the Congress Party made a public statement to the effect that he was prepared to take a more pro-active part  in the affairs of the party and the government.  Pranab Mukherjee contested the election of President of India. Almost simultaneously, one of the allies of […]

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Rahul Gandhi Decides

As the election for the President of India was being held today, news came that Rahul Gandhi has “decided” to take active interest in the affairs of the Congress Party and the government. The followers were rightly elated and went into loud applauds and the critics matched them in picking holes in it. But it […]

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Time Magazine’s Stale News

The latest issue of the Time magazine carries a story which calls the Indian Prime Minister Man Mohan Singh an “underachiever”. There is nothing new in it. Rather it is stale news, if one cares for My  Book published on this site long back. Man Mohan Singh was not “appointed” to “achieve” anything. Hence, there […]

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Should Journalists Sound Like Judges?

 Imposition of Emergency made some journalists famous. One such name was Kuldip  Nayar. He was considered fearless and objective. Unfortunately, his new book is disappointing  being a commercial venture to sell the so called “communal/secular” fare being oversold by all kinds of narrow caste/community/religion/region etc conglomerations. India is already at the mercy of terrorists, who […]

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