Posts Tagged ‘ Rahul Gandhi ’

Open Letter to Bilawal Bhutto

September 21, 2014
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Open Letter to Bilawal Bhutto

Tweet Dear Bilawal ji, Pehle to wish you a very happy birthday. 26! Such a special age. Reminds me too of the time when i was young and stupid, though maybe not this much. As a special gift for your happy day, you are trending on social media and every Indian is talking about you....
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An Open Letter to Priyanka Gandhi

April 29, 2014
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An Open Letter to Priyanka Gandhi

Tweet Dear Mrs Vadra, You are amazing. Just look at you. That nice cotton saree. Glowing complexion. Skin so white that you could be in a Fair and Lovely ad. You’re like Indira ji reborn as a Fab India dressed angel out to save India from evil communal forces. You’ve taken on the big...
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Elections 2014 – The Great Indian Circus

March 30, 2014
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Elections 2014 – The Great Indian Circus

Tweet This election season is heating up. The debates are raging, in news studios, parks and around water coolers in offices. Decades old friendships are being broken over people’s political loyalties. The biggest question in everybody’s minds is no longer the name of the celebrity who will feature on the next episode of Koffee...
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The Importance of Being Manmohan Singh

September 29, 2013
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The Importance of Being Manmohan Singh

Tweet These days it feels like the whole world is going through a lover’s tiff with our good Prime Minister. The poor guy has gone to America, popularly known in IT circles as ‘onsite’, and they still won’t leave him alone for a nice vacation to do a Hop-On-Hop-Off tour of Manhattan. First Rahul...
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From The Indian Parliament, With Love

July 24, 2013
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From The Indian Parliament, With Love

Now that our Members of Parliament have got into the business of sending signed petitions to foreign leaders asking for denial of visas to Indian politicians, this can only lead to good things. While Narendra Modi ji might never be able to get that photo taken next to the Statue of Liberty while eating...
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Open Letter to Rahul Gandhi

April 7, 2013
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Open Letter to Rahul Gandhi

Tweet Dear Rahul ji, Boss, you’ve done it. You’ve shown India that there was a reason the world didn’t end last year as predicted by the Mayans – because we had to see your magic before the world meets its maker. I have to tell you a story first. My maid came to me yesterday...
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No Reservations on Reservations

December 25, 2011
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No Reservations on Reservations

Tweet If one were to pick a single policy decision that changed the face of India in the last many years, it has to be the  reservation system. Reservation for jobs. Reservation for education. Reservation for public service. All to ensure that our poor and downtrodden get to share the benefits of our growth....
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Rahul Gandhi is our Krishna

May 26, 2011
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Rahul Gandhi is our Krishna

Tweet Krishna has finally taken that promised kalyuga rebirth. By all accounts, a certain son of the Gandhi clan is the latest reincarnation of the god who gave us the Geeta. The evidence is irrefutable. Take a look. Krishna is said to go out in disguise to get to know his people and their...
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Kasab Ka Insaaf

November 27, 2010
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Kasab Ka Insaaf

Tweet It’s been two years since that fateful day when a handful of Pakistani terrorists brought India to its knees. Today all we have to show for the 26/11 attacks is tantrum Ajmal Kasab cooling his heels in jail awaiting the death penalty. Nobody knows when he will actually get his punishment, given the...
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The Other National Awards

September 16, 2010
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The Other National Awards

Tweet The National Film Awards were announced today. Amitabh Bachchan won best actor, 3 Idiots won best popular film yada yada yada. However, that’s not what we are going to talk about. There were some additional awards that never got announced. Here’s the scoop. The movie that wins the award for Best WholeSale Entertainment is Kites....
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To Amethi or not to Amethi

July 3, 2010
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To Amethi  or not to Amethi

Tweet While we lesser minions get to carve a cake once a year, UP chief  minister Mayawati carved a new district out of some parts of Uttar Pradesh last week. Good for her – she gets to consolidate her ever bulging vote bank muscle. This new district will be called Chhatrapati Shahuji Maharaj Nagar....
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The World This Week – 17 May 2009

May 19, 2009
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The World This Week – 17 May 2009

Tweet The great Indian elections of 2009 are over after five phases of voting spread over a month, over 400 million votes cast, several thousand candidates, and billions of dollars spent by all concerned. The massive logistical exercise ended in a massive victory for the Congress, which gained plenty of seats at the expense...
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The World This Week – 26 April 2009

April 28, 2009
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The World This Week – 26 April 2009

Tweet The third phase of The Great Indian Election of 2009 is all set for April 30. A total of 1,567 candidates, including 101 women contestants, are in the fray for the 107 seats going to the polls in round III. UP Chief Minister Mayawati raised her case for Prime Ministership on caste grounds...
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Priyanka Gandhi Talks To Barkha Dutt

April 26, 2009
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Tweet Just came across this video of Priyanka Gandhi in conversation with our beloved Barkha Dutt. The full interview on NDTV’s site is 25 minutes long, but an interesting watch. Priyanka comes across as a very smart and logical woman. She reiterates that she is never going to enter politics, and somehow we are...
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The World This Week – 5 Apr 2009

April 7, 2009
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The World This Week – 5 Apr 2009

Tweet The week began on a jingoist note as the hyper nationalists of Shiv Sena attacked lawyer Anjali Waghmare because she is going to be the lawyer for 11/26 terrorist Kasab. Poor woman is just doing her job – she was appointed by the court as Kasab’s lawyer. On the positive side, now that...
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