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Govind Malu Will Manmohan Singh break his ‘maun’ on these questions?

It need hardly be said that the Congress has become the non-performing asset (NPA) of the country. Despite an economist prime minister being at the helm, the Congress’s performance was abysmally poor on the economic front. And now to add insult to injury the Congress claims to have been working for the poor....[ View full story ]

April 24, 2014 | Comment (10)

T R Ramachandran Jayalalitha hopes to emerge single largest entity in Tamil Nadu

Are the ongoing elections for the 16th Lok Sabha any different from the previous ones in 2004 and 2009? The answer is an overwhelming “yes indeed.” Why is there  a definitive mood in the country for change? Oh…are you sure the change will be for the better…”we definitely think so…the leadership must be...[ View full story ]

April 23, 2014 | Comment (17)

T. Brajesh Why BJP treats the likes of Praveen Togadia and Giriraj with kid gloves

What stops the Bharatiya Janata Party from shutting up the likes of Giriraj Singh and Praveen Togadia who have been spewing venom on the minority community? Why doesn’t the BJP rise up to unequivocally condemn its ideological parent, the RSS, which has reportedly been distributing pamphlets that exhorts Hindus to ‘either make history...[ View full story ]

April 22, 2014 | Comment (14)

Harpal Singh Bedi European tour defeats a blessing in disguise for Indian hockey

The Indian hockey team’s build-up tour to Europe in preparation of the World Cup ended in three defeats, one draw and a win. The visitors hammered a lowly club 7-0 in their first outing, drew 3-3 with slightly higher notch club in the second match and then suffered three consecutive defeats when playing...[ View full story ]

April 22, 2014 | Comment (15)

T R Ramachandran Alagiri calls for defeating DMK candidates in Tamil Nadu

With barely three days left for polling in Tamil Nadu on Thursday (April 24) the DMK finds itself in troubled waters due to M K Alagiri, the recalcitrant and expelled elder son of the Dravidian party patriarch M Karunanidhi. He is determined to damage the prospects of his erstwhile party for the humiliation...[ View full story ]

April 21, 2014 | Comment (11)

Saroj Nagi Lok Sabha poll fallout: Three state governments and two governors could go

An inevitable fallout of an outright BJP-NDA victory in the ongoing Lok Sabha elections could be the collapse of three state governments and the removal of nearly a dozen governors in the coming days, with at least two occupants of Raj Bhavan expected to be replaced immediately. The governments of Jharkhand and Uttarakhand...[ View full story ]

April 19, 2014 | Comment (10)
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