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Saint Rajat Gupta

Rajat Gupta was born in a middle class Indian family and went on to make it to the millionaires list in the El Dorado called America.  He lost his parents when he was a teenager. But he was fortunate enough … Continue reading

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India’s Fire Missile

Ok, I too feel proud about India’s successful launching of the Agni-V.  Yeah, it can hit targets all over China, let alone our perpetual enemy, Pakistan.  Why only China and Pakistan, the Agni-V can hit any target in the whole … Continue reading

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The Economic Tunnel

  And this is the joke. There are three men on a train. One of them is an economist and one of them is a logician and one of them is a mathematician.  And they have just crossed the border … Continue reading

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Vastanvi’s Disappointment

“Vastanvi’s removal a disappointment for all secular forces, says BJP,” is a headline in The Hindu today [July 25, 2011].  It is a disappointment for the BJP because Vastanvi was perhaps the only significant Muslim leader to have praised Narendra … Continue reading

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Gujarat Model of Development

  The ‘development’ that the state of Gujarat achieved under the ‘charismatic’ leadership of Narendra Modi has been acclaimed by quite many people in India.  People like the Ambanis and Ratan Tata did one better than another in praising Mr … Continue reading

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Where immoral is legal

BJP’s Karnataka: Where immoral is legal The president of Bharatiya Janata Party [BJP], Nitin Gadkari, has decreed that the Karnataka Chief Minister’s act of allotting land to his sons and other family members is immoral but not illegal.  The party, … Continue reading

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Oh God Yeddyurappa

  Yeddyurappa, Your very name rings religious bells in my heart.  I was born and brought up in a place near your kingdom where gods are called appa and amma.  We have Guruvayoorappa and Ettumannoorappa, Kodungallooramma and Chakkulathamma, and so … Continue reading

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