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Why Do ‘They’ Love Narendra Modi ? #Sundayreading

  Shankar Gopalakrishnan AUGUST 24, 2013 Guest Post by Shankar Gopalakrishnan, kafila.org On August 14th, Narendra Modi declared that his Independence Day speech would attract as much attention as that of the Prime Minister. He appears to have been right. The… Continue Reading →

Funny: Nuclear Plants, Post Tsunami Wave Heights, and APJ Abdul Kalam.

  Honourable Ex-President of India, Shri APJ Abdul Kalam, has become of an oracle of technology driven big development ideas and tours extensively igniting minds. His role as a roving ambassador for big ticket ideas is so appreciated by the… Continue Reading →

PMANE warns of siege to Kudankulam nuke plant

SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT, The Hindu Centre turns down protesters’ plea for White Paper The People’s Movement Against Nuclear Energy (PMANE) has warned that its anti-nuke protestors would lay siege to the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project site if the Centre commissions the… Continue Reading →

Just A Word Away, From Dr. Abdul Kalam to Women of Idinthakarai

By Anitha.S 30 September, 2012 Countercurrents.org There was a recent reference to Dr.A.P.J.Abdul Kalam’s statement “ The Koodankulam Nuclear Power Plant is a project of God for fulifilling the electricity production and need of this country which will be 50,000… Continue Reading →

Pratibha Patil to return 155 artifacts to Rashtrapati Bhavan by 15 June 2013, reveals RTI reply

VINITA DESHMUKH | 17/09/2012 To a RTI query by this writer asking about the list of gift items loaned specifically to Pratibha Patil along with the evaluated price of each item, Rashtrapati Bhavan says information not necessary as it is… Continue Reading →

Shall we film the President ? #FOE #Censorship

  Why doesn’t India make prez movies? Priyanka Dasgupta, TNN (Still from Politics of Love ) India doesn’t have a Presidential form of government. Censor Board of Film Certification will not clear a film about our President that’s even remotely… Continue Reading →

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