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Jhaadu sweeps the elections leading AAP to a clean victory!!!

Jhadu ne Jaadu kar diya!!! What a victory! This is people’s victory!!! While Modi is still campaigning for Swachch Bharat, Kejriwal swept under his feet and grabbed Delhi. Kiran Bedi joined BJP too late and couldn’t make an impact on any issue. While BJP maintains the same votes, this is definitely a ... Read More »

BJP or AAP, it’s a win-win situation for Delhites!

As everyone knows it started as a close flight between BJP and AAP in Delhi to come to power. But with BJP declaring their CM candidate, Kiran Bedi, BJP started having trouble within in the party and this gave more brownie points to AAP. Kejriwal was the new kid on ... Read More »

Why BJP is not stealing the show in Delhi

In the last two years BJP is winning elections habitually. BJP is the single ruling party in most of the big states barring Karnataka and a few other states with strong regional leaders. In this background, the Delhi elections take the centre stage in assessing BJP’s ability to project themselves ... Read More »

Ministers, MPs are among Swine flu victims – Wake up call?

Andhra Pradesh’s Araku Lok Sabha MP K Geetha tests positive for Swine Flu and is hospitalised. Former chief minister Ashok Gehlot tested positive on Sunday. Rajasthan Home Minister Gulab Chand Kataria on Monday also tested positive for Swine flu. Kataria reportedly tested positive for the H1N1 virus in Udaipur and is convalescing ... Read More »

Indo-US bonhomie

The Indo-US bonhomie has been impressive as Barack Hussein Obama and Narendra Damodardas Modi, the names spell magic in two of the biggest nations in the world, in the last week or so, we all witnessed remarkable turnaround of events in the Indo – US relationship, courtesy – President of ... Read More »

Cricket’s Ultimate Spectacle – 1992 Win

Kerry Francis Bullmore Packer, the famed Australian media tycoon was instrumental in starting the rebel world series cricket in the kangaroo nation way back in 1970’s that changed the dimension of the one day cricket. 1985 Benson & Hedges World Championship of Cricket is first major tournament where colored clothing ... Read More »

Jayanthi Natarajan calling kettle black

Jayanthi Natarajan is the fourth generation member of the family of war horses (or foot soldier, as she claims herself to be) of Congress accusing Congress party’s interference in government’s decisions shows that the previous government was not of UPA but of Congress’ first family. It was, of course, not a ... Read More »

Punctuation tells how sincere text message is

The way you punctuate your text messages reveals how sincere you are in communication, a new study said. Text messages that end with a period are perceived to be less sincere than messages that do not, said the study from Binghamton University in New York. “Punctuation is used and understood ... Read More »