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Old February 21st, 2016, 05:10 PM
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Looks like the career of K K, Kanhaiya Kumar is made. Somewhere down the line one court is going to acquit him and he will move on to a bigger stage.
Another Khetan in the making?
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On my FB .. I've known it all along.

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Re: Is the strong government action against JNU students justified ??

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Another Khetan in the making?
It is more like Crystal Ball
Unless Sitaram Yechury and co start feeling insecure and say 'He is actually anti national'. Then iski lag gayee. But where is return without risk.
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It is more like Crystal Ball
Unless Sitaram Yechury and co start feeling insecure and say 'He is actually anti national'. Then iski lag gayee. But where is return without risk.
Umar khalid and gang may even have backing of Mehboova Mufti or BJP concerned arresting Kashmiri student will turn off PDP.
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Re: Is the strong government action against JNU students justified ??

Looks like Zee news doctored 'Anti National Slogans' in video

http://indianexpress.com/article/ind...ndabad-slogan/

http://www.bbc.com/news/blogs-trending-35605099

If its true very serious actions should be taken against them
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Re: Is the strong government action against JNU students justified ??

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Dove Pai, You were the one missing from this conversation. Anyways, how many from your illustrious family or neighborhood have passed out from JNu or have been deans at JNU.

Now to support this action against Zee news, how about all the accused making an offer to NDTV to shout pro India slogans in public in return for charges getting dropped. Or no, they will go back to their sponsors and say later in public, we did this in duress.


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saala naam is "janeu university" and they are against ManuSmriti
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Re: Is the strong government action against JNU students justified ??

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Looks like Zee news doctored 'Anti National Slogans' in video

http://indianexpress.com/article/ind...ndabad-slogan/

http://www.bbc.com/news/blogs-trending-35605099

If its true very serious actions should be taken against them
What a load of Bull Crap.. The guy who quit may be just trying to get some cheap fame by proving his sickular credentials or a pawn paid to resign by other channels wary of Zee News' success.

Indian Express is itself proven to be anti-national.. quite in league with these bastards of JNU.

They printed a headline "And they hanged Kasab"
Kanhaiya and his madarjaat friends say "judicial killing of Afzal Guru"


If you noticed the thought process is exactly the same.. verbiage too very similar. Ideally Supreme Court should have called it contempt of court and summoned IE.
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Re: Is the strong government action against JNU students justified ??

at the moment the government is looking weak and incapable of countering the media frenzy whipped up by the congress . i have seldom seen such a impotent government
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at the moment the government is looking weak and incapable of countering the media frenzy whipped up by the congress . i have seldom seen such a impotent government
dude.. quite the opposite. NDTV, IBN, etc had their TRP drop badly .. Times Now (with a surprisingly changed stand) and Zee News are leading with people fed up of anti-national BS.

media and congress is getting F-ed badly. Nobody even hardcore Congis I know are able to defend anti-national stand. Without seeming dictatorial, they have handled it pretty well. The commie hold on universities is being reversed and thus you are seeing all the convulsions.

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at the moment the government is looking weak and incapable of countering the media frenzy whipped up by the congress . i have seldom seen such a impotent government
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dude.. quite the opposite. NDTV, IBN, etc had their TRP drop badly .. Times Now (with a surprisingly changed stand) and Zee News are leading with people fed up of anti-national BS.

media and congress is getting F-ed badly. Nobody even hardcore Congis I know are unable to defend anti-national stand. Without seeming dictatorial, they have handled it pretty well.
Now, the guys were actually 'Protesting' the 'Judicial Killing'. Now, that should amount to contempt of Supreme court. Should not the honorable court also step in here or at least some one should file a PIL on this.
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Now, that should amount to contempt of Supreme court. Should not the honorable court also step in here or at least some one should file a PIL on this.
Yes, I have been saying this all along.

The other thing is that court is asking them to surrender, that is why police is not arresting them on their own. So nobody can blame Delhi police or union government for being 'tanashah'.

Also the media persons had hidden those JNU buggers. They were questioned by cops, and told if we find your involvement you are screwed. that is why all of a sudden these guys showed up on campus.

Same thing happened to Sahara Chief, he defied the court thinking he's too big. Now instead of 20-30 lakh bail they have asked to give thousands of crores for bail.. so uncle is government guest.

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So nobody can blame Delhi police or union government for being 'tanashah'.
That is the price of being in power. If you do something, you are tanashah. If you dont, you are namard.

Anyway, this is a media circus. Some other big nooze and mediawalas will forget about JNU. Hopefully the courts will still go on and these guys will be chappal ghissing on 'Tareekh pe Tareekh'.


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That is the price of being in power. If you do something, you are tanashah. If you dont, you are namard.
That's exactly the problem with India. If somebody in administration enforces the rules, him or his party is screwed. If not, the common man suffers.
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Re: Is the strong government action against JNU students justified ??

See how many know abt JNU and AFZAL ATTACK

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