Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Karkare Calling...

Reproducing from The Morung Express (Ref.)

Digvijay Singh did it again. Within mere a month after 26/11, a veteran Congress leader from Maharasthtra A.R Antulay raised the first vortex of controversies whirlpooling ATS officer Late Hemant Karkare’s death in it.

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

UN Security Council, India and the apartheid

Reproducing from The Morung Express (Ref:)

In mid-October this year when India, after 19 years, got elected as one of the temporary members of UN Security Council many in the diplomatic corners of Delhi started busying themselves up projecting it as a major triumph of their dedicated finesse.

Radiagate: Not just a scam in Indian media

Reproducing from The Morung Express (Ref.)

The synchronized display of conscious media brownout on Radiagate issue, since the Open Magazine exposed tapes or Outlook Magazine brought the transcripts of conversations between corporate lobbyist Ms. Nira Radia and prominent media professionals e.g. Barkha Dutt and Vir Sanghvi

Thursday, October 7, 2010

Ayodhya and nation: a retrospect

Time: 8:30 PM, 5th December, 1992
Place: A maidan in outskirts of Ayodhya on the bank of river Saryu (VHP later renamed this place as Karsevapuram)

Sunday, June 6, 2010

'Rajneeti' - Dynasty and political slavery of Indians

'Die ya nasty' - that's what can be uttered at 'dynasty' in politics after watching Prakash Jha's latest, over-dramatized at times still with bit of truth-base, flick 'Rajneeti'.

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Cost of raising Rahul

I have listened to many - from commoners to 'elites' that Indians carry a gene of slavery and it is an 'Lamarckian Acquired Syndrome' that got built over centuries of forced labor and suppression of emotions by aliens on Indians.

Friday, February 12, 2010

Slaughtering 'Mother Divine' Cow must be banned ! Go ahead Karnataka...

Government of Karnataka state of India has now decided to ban cow slaughter, through legislation and as expected getting stiff criticism from a corner of crooked politicians.

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Jairam Ramesh had to swallow brinjal, nation saved for the time being

A mistake committed in Copenhagen climate meet has and will have its tentacular mesh over a hundred aftermaths. Can India and other developing nations absorb the malice, what the first world term as 'carbon debts'?

Sunday, January 24, 2010

Price rise in India has transactional root-cause

It was just 100 days before 2009 Lok Sabha polls kicked off, our 'beloved economist' Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh made a public promise to a billion

Friday, January 22, 2010

Devegowda & Tiwari - no culprits but symptoms of a 'poison ivy' democracy

Desperate JD(S) leader of Karnataka and former 'work-around' Prime Minister of India Mr. H D Devegowda used the B*tard word against Karnataka CM Mr. Yeddyurappa on Jan 11th

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Alarming retreat of Himalayan glaciers

A little before world community got curious on outcome of the Copenhagen summit, a shocking unveiling of climate change in and around the Indo-Himalayan glacier systems raised many eyebrows.

Can Teradata compete with Netezza?

Teradata has proven itself on the test of time repeatedly at almost all the biggest airliners, banks and retail houses but it is since Oct 2007, when it spinned off its parent NCR, it has stepped up, scaled up and ramped up manifold.