Monthly Archives: October 2012

Cabinet Portfolios and the Reshuffle

Cabinet Portfolios and the Reshuffle According to the government and main ruling party, the cabinet reshuffle on Sunday was a major one and unprecedented too. Yes, it was, because for the first time in so big a democracy, it was … Continue reading

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शब्दों के मौत का मातम

खोती जा रही एक दुनिया समय के साथ सैकडों हजारों या लाखों शब्द और वे चीजें कहाँ गए कोठे, बरजा और आँगन के शिव बाबा न ढेंका, न जांत, और न ओखल मूसर न वे गीत न डाली, न ओडी, … Continue reading

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Gadkari and BJP Dilemma

The decision to defend Gadkari for the reason of party discipline, even after so weak a defence by Gadkari himself on the channel was very much immature and damaging for the two stalwarts of BJP, namely Sushma and Jaitley. It … Continue reading

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Forthcoming Cabinet Reshuffle: Will it be different?

Why can’t Manmohan’s last cabinet reshuffle leave a signature of his own on the history of India? Manmohan hardly believes in major changes. At least this is what the majority in the country today believes. More than the policy changes … Continue reading

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आज दशहरे के दिन

आज दसहरा है | सबेरे सबेरे अलोक, छोटे भाई का पुणे से फोन आया समाचार के साथ दसहरा के दिन प्रणाम कर आश्रीबाद के लिए| उस समय मैं पार्क में घूम रहा था| मैं अभी लौटते हुए रास्ते में ही … Continue reading

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Happy Vijoya Arvind!

The festivity season is really making morose with some or the other revelations almost every day but with a little hope too. I am happy and so must be many that the awareness against the misdeeds of the greedy and … Continue reading

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From Reforms to Land Scams

After all the chaos in the parliament and its wash-off on coal-gate, Manmohan announced his reforms- opening and enhancing the share of FDI in a number of sectors, rupee started gaining, share market moved up and the foreign press was … Continue reading

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