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Comment on 21 questions Times Now and Zee couldn’t ask Narendra Modi for obvious reasons by Pulikeshi the Last

Tue, 23 Jan 2018 04:06:35 +0000

Narendradas Modi doesn't run India, his advisors do. You might have asked why this is the case. And you say life in India was relatively harmonious under the UPA yoke? India is still an emerging country. It has not yet created institutions capable of holding the feet of those in power to the fire or bringing into nation building those who have the gift of imagination and statesmanship. Mimicking the West is all we do, as V. S. Naipaul once shrewdly observed.



Comment on 21 questions Times Now and Zee couldn’t ask Narendra Modi for obvious reasons by Euphrates.

Tue, 23 Jan 2018 01:17:02 +0000

Basically these are the questions to which we are awaiting the response...



Comment on 21 questions Times Now and Zee couldn’t ask Narendra Modi for obvious reasons by Andy

Tue, 23 Jan 2018 00:16:30 +0000

Modi stands true to the Tamil meaning of his name. An 'independent' hindi media, international bear-hugging, staged diaspora cheering and sonorous 'monkey bath' sermons cannot detract from the vision of the dark horse 'saif dadhi' who stealthily keeps tab on the young thing that got away from his clutches to the safety of Maharashtra through encounter-specialist sidekick 'kali dadhi



Comment on 21 questions Times Now and Zee couldn’t ask Narendra Modi for obvious reasons by Sree

Mon, 22 Jan 2018 17:44:29 +0000

These are not questions, they are your opinions and you know what these opinions are held by a small section of pretentious people like you. So, please get some decency and start respecting the office you are addressing if not the person. Atleast there is a man of with some spine there now unlike the last 10 years.



Comment on 21 questions Times Now and Zee couldn’t ask Narendra Modi for obvious reasons by shankar

Mon, 22 Jan 2018 16:56:29 +0000

this is an exam where the candidate first writes the answers and the teachers are forced to frame questions to pass him in flying colors



Comment on 21 questions Times Now and Zee couldn’t ask Narendra Modi for obvious reasons by Manoj Gupta

Mon, 22 Jan 2018 12:16:03 +0000

I clicked on the link looking for some meaningful questions. Instead, I found hate filled, highly opinionated list of cheap jibes. Very poor! Can't even be called "glorified stenographer".



Comment on CHURUMURI POLL: WILL YOU VOTE FOR MODI? by Vishal jadhav

Mon, 22 Jan 2018 09:23:06 +0000

yes offcourse , there should not be question question should what you more expect from such a LEADER like Narendra Damodardas Modi... Modi Modi Modi.........



Comment on 21 questions Times Now and Zee couldn’t ask Narendra Modi for obvious reasons by Jeeves

Mon, 22 Jan 2018 08:56:03 +0000

Sorry man but these questions are even worse than the ones which you had a problem with. Can you frame even one question without "Loading" or giving your opinions?



Comment on 21 questions Times Now and Zee couldn’t ask Narendra Modi for obvious reasons by Ankit

Mon, 22 Jan 2018 08:28:21 +0000

My 22nd question is to you guys. When will you your rhetoric against our PM?



Comment on 21 questions Times Now and Zee couldn’t ask Narendra Modi for obvious reasons by Vijay

Mon, 22 Jan 2018 07:42:33 +0000

your all 21 questions are fake and paid media questions.Modiji doing great!!!!!!!!



Comment on India’s 10th ranked English newspaper reaches 10 times more people than ‘Republic TV’ by Bhamy V. Shenoy

Fri, 19 Jan 2018 14:49:35 +0000

Thanks for a thought provoking analysis. This is an eye opener. Good to know that English dailies, and English TV shows are far behind Indian language media. Is there any data to show what is the growth for different papers and TV shows? If that data also reflects similar trend then Bharat will shine over India!! How come no Kannada papers or magazines have popped up? Any reason for it?



Comment on Mr Sampath: The Mysore printer whom the actor Dr Raj Kumar called ‘Appaji’ by Kannadian

Thu, 18 Jan 2018 18:26:56 +0000

I had seen Sri. Sampath (Cheluva Iyengar) during the 1940's when I was a teen ager. He was a keen Table Tennis player and used to frequent the Students' Union Hall of the Maharaja's College, Mysore. It was indeed the Golden Era of both the Mysore State and the Maharaja's College. Mysore was still a princely state with Sri. Jayachamaraja Wodeyar in the throne and the population of Mysore city was a little over 1 lakh. The old Mysore culture of civility, decency and respect for the elders and the learned were still very much in evidence. Sri. Sampath used to organize amateur drama plays at the College. If I recall correctly, he also produced a Kannada movie with the late Prof. M. V. Krishnaswamy (my mentor) in the lead and a telugu actress, T. Surya Kumari, as the female lead. The movie was shot in the Brindavan Gardens at KRS. Alas those days are gone for ever when life was simple and most everyone was happy and contented.



Comment on A paragraph on Virat Kohli that could well have been written on Narendra Modi by vaidya

Thu, 18 Jan 2018 07:13:42 +0000

A bit harsh on the golden generation. They were the ones who started winning tests and drawing series abroad. They got around to even winning series in England, tests in SA and almost won a series in Australia (thwarted by Bucknor). If anything the next generation should have built on top of that. That that did not happen is unfortunate.



Comment on Jaipur lit-pests: 5 stunning stories of S.L. Bhyrappa, even if you have read all his books, or none by Gaby

Wed, 17 Jan 2018 22:39:05 +0000

These are stories that might be suitable for a silly Ted talk. Not at all representative of India’s greatest living writer.



Comment on Mr Sampath: The Mysore printer whom the actor Dr Raj Kumar called ‘Appaji’ by Uday

Wed, 17 Jan 2018 12:54:00 +0000

They don’t tell you that @ the age 20, he used to go to Lawrence school not as a student but to direct plays and also to seek orders for their annual school souvenirs, trained under the eminent D.Lakshmaniah a renowned stage personality those days