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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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Manmohan: Will he or willn’t he?

Manmohan has taken over the task of putting the country’s economy back on track. He expressed his wish by a call to revive the animal spirits in the country’s economy. Naturally the nation wishes him to live up to his … Continue reading

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Manmohan Failed India

I am yet to reconcile with a question, how and why Manmohan failed India, his country that had a potential to race ahead. I am, by nature, intolerant for inefficiency and ineffectiveness. And after seeing India and Indians shining in … Continue reading

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A Helpless Prime Minister, A Spineless Party

Why is Manmohan so helpless? Perhaps even if he wishes, he can’t resign. Why did he not agree for a JPC for 2G and in turn the whole of winter session got lost if the opposition was asking for it … Continue reading

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Manmohan is not honest

How can a person who causes damage to the image of the nation he represents be honest? ‘A common quip in New Delhi is that Ms Gandhi has power without responsibility; whereas Dr Singh has responsibility without power.’ However, I … Continue reading

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Helpless Manmohan, Hopeless Opposition

I don’t think any prime minister in India was so poorly rated as Manmohan Singh today. A recent ‘India Today’ survey of young persons in India ranks him at third position after Sharad Pawar and Dinesh Trivedi. The country men … Continue reading

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Government Playing Smart

If the country believes the doctors attending on Anna, the situation is really becoming grim. But somehow it has become equally difficult to trust Manmohan or for that matter even the leadership of BJP. I don’t know why Manmohan is … Continue reading

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On This Day 20 Years Ago

Manmohan Singh, then minister of finance, facing a balance-of-payments crisis, told parliament that “the room for manoeuvre, to live on borrowed money or time, does not exist any more.” He attacked the prioritisation of producers over consumers, and swept away … Continue reading

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Change not Reshuffle Cabinet

I once considered all the three ministers mentioned below as very efficient and effective. SM Krishna did a wonderful job as chief minister of Karnataka. Chidambaram is very impressive if one hears him. He is effective as home monster too … Continue reading

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Government Smart or Unscrupulous on Lokpal

Congress is trying to be smart, or perhaps unscrupulous. First Congress sidelined opposition and yielded to Anna who represents a part of India’s civil society in the face of a countrywide mass agitation. The opposition felt miserable but couldn’t do … Continue reading

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