Posts Tagged ‘ BJP ’

Open Letter to Advani ji

March 23, 2014
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Open Letter to Advani ji

Tweet Dear Advani ji, I don’t know if there is an easy way of saying this to someone so senior, so i’ll just say it upfront. Please let it go. It is not worth it, and you are just going to damage your legacy. Move on. Leave it. Chhodo. Chhade de. [See i even looked...
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Open Letter to Arvind Kejriwal

December 28, 2013
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Open Letter to Arvind Kejriwal

Tweet Dear Kejriwal ji, You’ve done it. Chief Minister. From a one-man army to being the one who brought down a government of 15 years. Who would have thought! They called you to form a party and fight elections, and you did. And how. I spent a month listening to your radio appeals for...
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Twitter Roundup – 2010 In Review

December 31, 2010
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Tweet 2010 was an eventful year, which in India translates into tremendous potential for humor. You cant survive this country without a funny bone, and our politicians and media provide a continuous stream of fodder for the comedians. Here’s a compilation of some of my funny/punny tweets from this year. India released 25 Pak militants yday....
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The World This Week – 29 Mar 2009

March 30, 2009
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The World This Week – 29 Mar 2009

Tweet Here’s some of the prominent happenings from India this past week. Varun Gandhi continued to hog the headlines. After his anticipatory bail expired on Mar 29, he surrendered in Pilibhit. Only it wasn’t quite peaceful. Following a violent protest by his supporters, the UP government invoked the National Security Act (NSA) against him....
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The Ticket to Fame

March 24, 2009
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Tweet My name is Abhay Kumar Singh. I just lost in my quest for a ticket to contest the Lok Sabha elections. This is my story. I was born with no silver spoon in my mouth. Or anywhere in the house, for that matter. My father used to work for the postal department. For...
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Navin Chawla and the Great Indian Political Circus

February 4, 2009
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Navin Chawla and the Great Indian Political Circus

Tweet It is election season. Congress is in power, and BJP in the opposition. The games have begun. Navin Chawla, a 1969 cadre IAS officer born three years before Gandhi died, is at the center of the latest controversy. The chain of events kicked off a few years back is finally reaching the end...
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