Category Archives: indian politics

Bihar Needs New Leader throwing out the old ones

Let me start with a story ‘How Nitish, Sonia, and Lalu failed to solve the menace of Kosi that would have been a priority’. I quote from an article that appeared in Business Standard: “Way back in 1953, then Prime … Continue reading

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Nitish, Arvind and Mamta

I and many were having a lot of expectations from and big hope in, Nitish Kumar, Arvind Kejriwal and Mamta Banerji when they became chief ministers because of the contemporary and local reasons. Nitish took the route of allying with … Continue reading

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My Angst against Nitish Kumar

I feel bad when some one says that Nitish, the politician is irrelevant, and will never be back as chief minister of Bihar. Still, Nitish remains the best candidate. But Nitish also failed many like me for many reasons. Here … Continue reading

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Let India celebrate the arrival of Modi

It is a historic victory for a political party and its hero who made it happen. And it is same perhaps for the nation too. Modi’s rise against many internal obstacles from some senior most leaders and the desertion of … Continue reading

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Arvind Kejriwal: Dangerously Ambitious

Arvind got opportunity to learn administration as chief minister of Delhi, but he is too ambitious or may be, is in company of intellectually immature advisors. How can the country men give the responsibility of running a country of 1.2 … Continue reading

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Another Letter for Arvind Kejriwal

Dear Arvind Please stop the popular gimmicks to be in news without spending anything for this publicity. Perhaps, you have mastered the science and arts of crowd pulling with promises and breaking news such filing FIRs against Mukesh Ambani and … Continue reading

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Manufacturing India: Expectation from NaMo

It is good that finally NaMo is the prime ministerial candidate of the main opposition group of the country. Many in the country wish him to bring a victory for the NDA, the alliance group. If the major minority community … Continue reading

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