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O FM! Please bear with me; I reserve my right to disagree with you #Poem

A gentle reply to the Honourable FM The evil that politics does would not have lived If not for these wretched writers who are so naive   BY- RAMU RAMANATHAN Friends, Indians, countrymen, lend me your likes; I come to defend… Continue Reading →

#India – Whose budget is it anyway?

  Brinda Karat PTI INADEQUATE ALLOCATION: Reduced plan expenditure directly hits funds for sectors which require a big increase in allocation, such as drinking water and sanitation. The budget presented by Arun Jaitley is a continuation from where P. Chidambaram left… Continue Reading →

#Budget2014 – Some Keywords in the Finance Minister’s Speech

Keyword Number of citations Details Investment 34 Growth 31 Children 0 (“girl child” is mentioned, and even gets Rs 100 cores!) Integrated Child Development Services 0 Midday meals/school meals/MDM 0 Maternity/maternity entitlements 0 National Rural Health Mission 0 National food… Continue Reading →

#Budget2014 – Farewell to Welfare – Patch work schemes for Rural Development

Farewell to welfare Author: Richard Mahapatra  Posted on: 10 Jul, 2014 The budget is a patch work of abandoned schemes revived or existing ones being re-named. This is all for rural development “One fails only when one stops trying.” Finance Minister Arun… Continue Reading →

Arun Jaitley had advised Dow Chemicals that it had no liability #WTFnews

      Arun Jaitley may not have provided legal advise to Dow Jones but he certainly has provided legal advise to the Dow Chemical Company (TDCC) by supporting Dow’s claim that it has no legal obligation to take on… Continue Reading →

Will disability rights bill get passed by Parliament ?

: Kundan Pandey  Date:Feb 21, 2014 Activists divided over provisions of the bill The ongoing session of the Parliament was the last hope for all those who have been demanding the enactment of the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Bill that… Continue Reading →

Somnath Bharti fails to appear before Delhi’s Commission for Women, flies kite at an event

TNN | Jan 24, 2014, 07.59 PM IST   Somnath Bharti inaugurated the 3rd International Kite Festival near old Yamuna Bridge in Delhi on Friday. NEW DELHI: Delhi law minister Somnath Bharti on Friday failed to appear before the Delhi Commission for Women, but did attend… Continue Reading →

#India – Dream Team “Nation’s Cyclone of Change” or, Who’s Who in the Pantheon of Indian Fascism

– Youth Against Fascism Amit Shah: Alias Mr Amnesia Shah, his standard response to all questions asked about his role in the carefully-planned encounter killings of 2003–2006 was ‘I don’t remember’; charged with extortion, murder and criminal conspiracy (in chargesheets filed… Continue Reading →

Why is BJP afraid of CBI? Jaitely’s Letter to PM exposes Modi’s lurking fear

Pratik Sinha October 5, 2013 |  On 1st October, 2013, the leader of the opposition Shri Arun Jaitely, who is also an established lawyer, wrote a seven page long letter to the Prime Minister bitterly complaining against CBI conducting the investigations of… Continue Reading →

#India – Judges have to watch their scorecard

V. VENKATESAN The deplorably small number of judgments by Justice Cyriac Joseph, especially when courts have a huge backlog of cases, is valid enough reason for concern at his suitability for the National Human Rights Commission The Indian Supreme Court… Continue Reading →

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