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Looks like you wrote the last para.
Right from the Bihar assembly erections thread.
It was common discussion on lunch tables then (& even today). There is a near concencus that general public cannot eat & drink Digital India.
(I expected that you would pin the entire letter on me. Nevermind )
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(I expected that you would pin the entire letter on me. Nevermind )

The last para struck a deja vu. Plus it would be wierd for you to write the whole thing and then request the cropping of sides.

A good portion of the long letter does seem ok and less rhetorical and distracting from what I see in Whatsapp of late.

But could I also play the broken record that Modi is already the most advised person in the country and that he is being wise in not following all the rhetoric that went on his name before the elections like he would bring dollar to 20 rupees, he would attack Saudi Arabia and do on. Not perfect but he is doing a pretty decent job managing the expectations of Moditards and actually running the country.

Probably you could identify some guys who write more decent Whatsapp messages than the sitting ducks that I see nowadays.
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Re: Is the strong government action against JNU students justified ??

Some things are plans and some are immediately required. If you don't understand the difference between the 2 .. I donno what to say. Should govt pass out free food and money.. Then nobody will work.

Digital india is planning .. To create jobs and info network.
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There are various types of planning.
If the plan is such that "if everyone fasts for 2 days, then, 3rd day onwards, no one would sleep hungry" and if the elections are on the 2nd day, fill_in_the_blanks.
2nd plan (which has been proven successful time & again in India) is "eat drink & be merry today and vote for us tomorrow".
If someone wants plan1 to replace plan2 in one shot, fill_in_the_blanks_again.
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Re: Is the strong government action against JNU students justified ??

This 'Seduction' case seems to have created an overdrive of Whatsapp messages including one video of soldiers hearing slogans from behind and the latest I've saying that 'country doesn't deserve Modi'
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An Excellent Read!!

(It would be great if the empty areas on the sides could somehow be cropped off)


I downloaded & merged the images. I hope it looks better now.

Please read, spread, circulate !!

Professor Nivedita Menon is giving speech in the Univ that "Kashmir is illegally occupied by India". Thank God such elements are becoming public. We at least know our inner hollowness before its too late.

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I downloaded & merged the images. I hope it looks better now.

Please read, spread, circulate !!

Professor Nivedita Menon is giving speech in the Univ that "Kashmir is illegally occupied by India". Thank God such elements are becoming public. We at least know our inner hollowness before its too late.

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Could you also correct 'Jain Hind' to 'Jai Hind'. Try an eraser on n.
All the talk on Kashmir by JNU is nothing new.

There is one Chennai institute of Chinese studies which looks like an offshoot of JNU. It also undermines Indian stand on various issues.

This sedition (not 'seduction') case could be a new landmark on how it goes with Judiciary. While it invovles conempt of court, this KK is claiming that he did not raise any anti national slogans and that Azaadi slogan meant Azaadi from Hunger, unemployment and Capitalism and was used at a different time.
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Re: Is the strong government action against JNU students justified ??

Just watched Kanhaiya over here for 45+ minutes..

http://www.ndtv.com/video/player/new...eo-mostpopular

Dunn'o what and who is right? What was doctored.... and perhaps whether or not ! ? Did they really shout threatening slogans to an extreme harsh level and meant it ? Did they actively took Pakistan terrorist support behind this and really meant it, being the handle of ISIS and other terrorist groups, to let say create other khalistaan or say another attack on parliament? How far media gave a spin on it, right or wrong fashion, by giving it s twist, doctoring vdos and solving their purpose of favoring so and so political party ! - God only knows !

But two things I see clearly,..

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Other political forces like Pappu and Khujaliwaal, is trying to cook their own khichari using these pawns and incidents and attempting,..tracing Modi as bad, inefficient and the fact that such things happen in his rulings..

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Chamcha JNU students will be forgotten soon and Kanhaiya will make his own political career joining any convenient group, who will allot him powers and money.

Having studied in a foremost Gujarat;s engineering college, I have seen such emerging leaders, when they had " anamat virodhi andolans " at that time,... and Kanhaiya like few guys we had - Bhaskar Bhatt, Guarang Shah and others,.. who were busy making their own political careers, taking advantage of this spark that has happened,.... though people also forget them so soon, if they could not take the opportunity at right time,...

For example,
Rajesh Pilot's son tried to jump in politics soon after his dad's death, but somehow he colded down and avaam forgot him,....

Gujarat fame,.. Rajkumar Gupta, Ashok Bhatt could not do that better out of the state level, while ABB could jump to national level...

Political cartoonist Aseem Trivedi, could not also keep himself alive in news and controversies and people forgot him, after he was found dull and passive in BiggBoss season.

Let see, how Knahiaya does and which party ( congi / aap ) makes the use of him, giving him an elevation, money and power pov.
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Re: Is the strong government action against JNU students justified ??

I am out of town for a relatives wedding and posting from mobile. Not watched TV for days. But from the net it seems that kanhaiyas speech is creating waves everywhere. The media is creating the impression that this time modi government's goose is cooked. How much true is this ?
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Kanhaiya’s is a bihariya typical inspiration hindi speech,.. sort of a aam adami ( khet-mazoor / border sipaahi’s son ) of a typical speech,.., and mostly it has filmy style of dialects and punches,.. and ideally anyone can prepare such idealogistic speech with few preparation of points, issues, dialects, punches and satires and tuchukula,..
any TV shows such as Kapil or Krishna-Shkeel shows, creates such prank-tuchkulas and satires...... in almost every of their show for years….
The whole thing is if Zee tv or whoever if had morphed and doctored the videos where afzal guru and all BS was ( in reality ) not canvassed at all,…
then some foul n' fraud channel may face serious legal issues of sedition. If the whole issue was of a result of doctored videos,....

Then it is sort of a story of the movie “ rang de basanti “ where hardcore politicians had used and made victims...the college students and had painted them as terrorists.

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Nothing but commie preparation for bengal elections.. Supported by ndtv (owner Radhika Roy is sister of Brinda Karat of CPI(M).. Brinda writes an article almost on a weekly basis on ndtv's site. The constant elections mean this BS will go on.. I saw the speech.. Very pedestrian. Only dimwits will call it great oratory.

Barkha Dutt was orgasming at the sight of Kanhaiya kumar. This moton is studying African stufies in JNU since years and living like a parasite with free everything.. Now who the f is paying fees of bigshot supreme court lawyers???
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#KanhaiyaKumar ~ those Naxalites killed by Security forces should be considered as Martyrs & Punish who killed them
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Amazing thing is, before they were saying aazaadi from India and the words have now changed to aazadi in India !! Whoaa !
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Just saw on a news channel Anupam Kher giving some hard speech on "intolerance" at some event in Kolkata. Please don't miss. It will be in YouTube soon. Will post the link.
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Just saw on a news channel Anupam Kher giving some hard speech on "intolerance" at some event in Kolkata. Please don't miss. It will be in YouTube soon. Will post the link.
It is all over facebook... seems to be a scathing reply to a former supreme court judge.
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