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Why Anna Hazare did you sell out?

April 9, 2011


The cynic shall speak now. I wouldn’t lie, I was a bit scared to open my cynical mouth earlier. Didn’t want to be the spoil sport amidst this “me too can do Egypt” euphoria over the last 4 days, just in case, I mean just in case something good came out of it. But now […]

Links for the day – Pakistan, Kasab and Sri Lanka

April 30, 2009


There is so much to read on the internet but I just don’t have the time. So I am just gonna make a note of them here and will read them later at peace. An interesting discussion thread on the Trial of Mumbai Terror attack accused Ajmal Kasab on the Pakistan Defense site. Pakistan government […]

The fate of children born in prison out of parents who are jail inmates

April 30, 2009


Rules allow those below six years of age to live in their parents’ cells, prison officials accept that often some stay on until they are much older because they have nowhere else to go. At the moment Bihar’s jails have 1,340 women inmates, either awaiting trial—which may take years—or convicted of crimes, including murder. Twenty […]

As we go for elections the world is watching us

April 15, 2009


Found this on a New Zealand based website. “Murderers and thieves are likely to be elected when Indians vote tomorrow, and that’s putting the world’s largest democracy at risk, writes Ruth Hill.” The article is about the criminals that are contesting the forthcoming general elections. I must say its a well researched piece. Some excerpts: […]

Funny world

April 15, 2009


It must be a funny world where an Indian Resturant owner needs the support of a Supreme Court judgment to be able to serve rice in his resturant. How ridiculously funny. A funny amreekan world 😛 Certain Chinese resturant in a food court got the monopoly right to sell rice. Later an Indian resturant opened […]

Muthalik says he’d get dating couples married forcibly, and our leaders keep quiet.

February 7, 2009


So Ram Sene says they’ll get the dating couples married on Valentine’s day. So Muthalik is the real Cupid after all. He’ll get marraiges solemnised by force and would also take them to marriage registrar. Yeah right, marriage registrar is Muthalik’s father’s servant. He is sitting there to attend to Muthalik’s psychological disorders. In response […]

Freedom:When they abuse it, what would you do?

January 28, 2009


Two of my favorite people crossed the cyber path at not very friendly terms or so it seems to me. Who do I support now, this is like the greatest dilemma of my life 😛 Ok Jokes apart, here’s what has happened. Sandil wrote this post on Mutiny about how he refused to accept Republic […]