Monthly Archives: July 2008

Mr Speaker sir, U rock!

The Trust Vote gave India its two new political heroes – Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Lok Shabha Speaker Somnath Chatterjee. Two people who have ensured their place in the political history of our country. Both risked their career for their conviction and their love for the country. However the impact on the individuals has Read more »

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Why do I support the Indo-US Nuclear Deal?

My Cousin asked me “Why do I support the Indo-US Nuclear Deal?” I know lot of people have spoken on the issue yet confused us a lot. I’ll give my simple argument. India is growing. We need energy to sustain this growth. So far we have been dependent on Oil and Coal for energy and Read more »

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A Crusade or an Ego Wars

Israel and Hezbollah exchanged prisoners yesterday. Hezbollah gave the dead bodies of the two Israeli soldiers. Remember the Lebanon war was fought on these, now dead, soldiers. Israel returned four extremist in return. One of them, the oldest Lebanese prisoner in Israeli jail, is said to have killed a father in front of his three-year-old Read more »

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In name of public opinion

The drama over nuclear deal has seen various political parties making some weird claims. So far the Left and the BSP had suggested that the Muslims are against the deal with the US. Today Rahul Gandhi claimed that the youth are for the deal. I really wonder how the politicians can make such silly and Read more »

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Darfur Drama

Genocide charges were filed against Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir for a five-year campaign of violence in the country’s Darfur region in the International Criminal Court (ICC) at the Hague. This development is a very interesting one. Though this is not the first of its case, it is properly the first time for the ruling Read more »

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