Politics & Governance

Walking straight in muddled waters

Seasons change, people change, mentalities change but these politicians, they never ever change. Come election times and you can see a wide array of gimmicks from them. They talk talk and talk but you can be sure that they won't talk any sense. Take Madhya Pradesh (MP). BJP has been vociferous in blaming the Chief […]

Israeli attacks: a lesson for India

The recent retaliatory attack on Syrian Islamic Jihad base camps by Israel reveals the true face of America, their doublespeak on the Kashmir issue becoming more poignantly evident. The American hypocrisy lets them pats on the back of Pakistan for its help in fighting terrorism ignoring the terrorist dens right beneath their nose and tells […]

The "Woh" factor

Many of you might have noted the patni factor in the former UP ministerAmarmani Tripathi's case nabbed by CBI for his role in the murder of poetess Madhumita Shukla. Many press-wallahs say Madhumani was the mastermind behind the killing. Unlike the usual Indian wives infested by the woh factor she wasn't the one to do […]

The ASI Mockery

With a BJP led government at the center, it was all “Your wish is my command” for ASI. On 25th the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI), a government organization, reported to the high court that its excavations at the disputed site at Ayodhya found distinctive features of a 10th century temple beneath the Babri Mosque […]

The ASI Mockery – Part 2

I had posted my views on the ASI report on Ayodhya excavations here. This was also published by a local English daily Free Press. Both evoked some strong responses. The one received online was deleted by me due to the racist remark. It has been a regular (read secular) trend in our country to reject […]

The ASI Mockery – Part 3

Have a look at this report that appeared in the Times of India. Those who detested my earlier views expressed in Part-1 and Part-2and who believe that theASI report has not been doctored may find this story interesting. Based on this report I wonder how ASI even made its conclusions public, or was it just […]