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Comment on Every time she opens her mouth, Shobha Karandlaje gives you a pathetic view of BJP’s anti-women mindset by mel0309

Thu, 13 Jul 2017 18:47:29 +0000

Thank you for pointing out all the BJP's biases. What is even more disturbing is Shobha K. jumping into the fray and making absolutely personal, bordering on the communal, remarks. The statements on impotency reveal the deep-rooted chauvinism of this party. When their leader is on record for his loose remarks, how can we expect any action to be taken against other members of the party?



Comment on Every time she opens her mouth, Shobha Karandlaje gives you a pathetic view of BJP’s anti-women mindset by dr ramesh

Thu, 13 Jul 2017 07:52:32 +0000

shocked to see the comments ... Voices of bravado missing when the central govt is imposing Hindi on south Indian states like no tomorrow... State bjp leaders even defending Hindi hegemony giving absurd logic to please Hindi masters of high command..






Comment on If veg is best, why so few Nobel laureates? by Alok

Sat, 08 Jul 2017 02:21:37 +0000

Vegetarians are consist 20% of the world, So the ratio is ok.



Comment on H. VENKATASUBBIAH by lalabellesite

Sat, 08 Jul 2017 01:06:46 +0000

I forgot to add Colleens full name is Colleen Wilhelmina Valentine Tate,



Comment on H. VENKATASUBBIAH by lalabellesite

Sat, 08 Jul 2017 00:51:48 +0000

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Comment on The three ways in which the Modi regime domesticated Indian media by Pulikeshi the Last

Fri, 07 Jul 2017 18:31:06 +0000

A vastly sensationalist and fear-mongering exercise this. If its claims were all true, Churumuri's reincarnation would have come to end by now. The Hindu is still around. Ramachandra Guha still publishes his anti-Modi spasmodic recriminations, although sometimes barely on this side of lukewarm, and no newspaper in India has been shut down after being accused of anti-nationalism. We still have access to Western media, many of which are noticeably critical of India's management of the unrest in Kashmir and its rage to become a regional military superpower, even as nearly thirty percent of its population can barely subsist. Furthermore, the media within India frequently draw attention to irresponsible statements made by army generals, at least one of whom went on record as saying our desi log should admire the Indian army as well as fear it. They criticise boorish BJP MPs who throw tantrums and assault people. They have been conscientious about bringing to the public's attention the wretched excesses committed by militia-like chauvinists in the name of protecting cows. Indira Gandhi's autocratic rule succeeded to the extent it did because nearly 30% of the wage earners were government employees then and sixty percent of the population was just signature- literate, believing almost everything AIR and Doordarshan fed them. Many who could read were content with the pap so prodigiously manufactured by Samachar. And, of course, Maruthi Gandhi's goondas, who counted among them his mother's ministers and state chef ministers, were an enforcement legion. We now have an educated, middle-of-the-road middle class in the country, a fairly good size of which can think for itself. Were that not so, the exremists of all hues would be hundredfold stronger today.



Comment on Why a “beef-eater” in Bangalore kissed a Hindu techie two days after Id by harihara

Mon, 03 Jul 2017 16:26:43 +0000

1. The true hindoo is a seeker. To a hindoo religion is a search for truth. In this sense ,there are many postulates of relation between things. 2.Now, in lslam, relation between god and all other things is that one is Creator and all others are created and their point is that the created cannot be the creator or an amsh there of .. There is no room for any further seeking there. It is final forever. Relation between them has to be one of surrender..... 3.Now Dwaita is a variant where jivatma and paramatma are unique and relate through bhakti. 4.There is some saamya 5.As to achara, the iftar May have been taken as paarane equivalent. 6.Beef eaters entering the sacred place of cow and of vigrahatadhana is something odd from achara standpoint, 7.but there are prayaschittas available.



Comment on Why a “beef-eater” in Bangalore kissed a Hindu techie two days after Id by Goldstar

Thu, 29 Jun 2017 11:27:27 +0000

Long story short, liberals have become so pathologically communal that a normal story of one human helping another has to be viewed through the jaundiced eye of their religions. And they have the gumption to call others communal. Get well soon, Churumuri.



Comment on Prometheus unbound: ‘Whom the gods wish to destroy, they first make mad’ by Pulikeshi the Last

Tue, 27 Jun 2017 18:43:20 +0000

Clearly, the developments in the last six decades have resulted in creating a Dalit affluent class (Devyani Khobragade, K. Shivaramu, the Kharge clan, the Jarakiholi sultanate come to mind for some reason) and a dalit middle class across the nation. If they have the will, they certainly can keep the research flourishing through private contributions. By the way, creating a level playing field perhaps requires that the standard of fairness be equally applied to all sections of society regardless of an individual's membership in a caste. Consider the irony in our own dear Kannadaland: The Eda dalits feel that the Bala faction has appropriated an inordinate share of the opportunities created to accord a measure of equity to the whole community.



Comment on How a new train was named ‘Vishwa Manava’ in these insular times by Pulikeshi the Last

Sun, 25 Jun 2017 18:02:56 +0000

Churumuri initially was only about Maisuru and things Maisurian. I am delighted that it has overcome its growing pains and parochialism.



Comment on Editors’ Guild flays jail term for journos: “Gross misuse of powers, privileges of Legislature” by Pulikeshi the Last

Sun, 25 Jun 2017 16:54:41 +0000

I wish I could applaud the Guild for stepping up to the plate, but I cannot. The cliched construction of the reprimand hardly expresses any outrage against legally uninformed or untrained legislators who want to abridge civil liberties of journalists. The outfit might have said something about taking the case up to the highest legal forums in the land to make sure that the gavel does not turn into a hammer in the hands of politicians. Why the presspersons did so little when R. Gandhi rammed through Parliament the measure that now has gagged two journalists is something to think about. There were two other victims two years before. One of them was Ravindra Reshme. Let the much needed cleaning up of our soiled political scene take place now. If they can get up the nerve and refuse to be bought, through concerted action and forethought the press can certainly see to it that those unfit to govern will pay a preventive price for their self-serving crimes. In the meantime, hats off to our Churumuri for its principled stand on the issue, when MSM has chosen to ignore or mostly soft-peddle the risks posed to our democracy by illiterate mobsters.



Comment on A powerful message from the Pejawar swami to Narendra Modi’s toadies by Lakshman Rao

Sun, 25 Jun 2017 06:32:23 +0000

LET US LOOK ATTHE POSITIVESIDEWITHUT CRIBBING ON THE PAST



Comment on Koris, Kolis, and the importance of Kovind as President in Gujarat by Koli vithoba s

Sat, 24 Jun 2017 10:29:26 +0000

I am really happy our caste kori,kolis candidate became a president of India.



Comment on Why you must stand up for Ravi Belagere, even if you don’t know him or don’t like him by Gabriel Vaz

Fri, 23 Jun 2017 10:50:20 +0000

Yes. I agree with the points raised by you. I know about Ravi Belagere, though I haven't met him or talked to him. I have also read some of his writings in Hai Bangalore. I like his style of writing, though I can't say I endorse his views - always. But the Speaker's decision to award jail sentence is definitely an assault on the Press and all journalists must fight it if only to safeguard their rights and freedom. If Ravi Belagere has indeed defamed, let the law take its course and punish the guilty after due process of law. I don't know about the other journalist, Anil Raju. From what I read in the media, this journalist had allegedly defamed the Yelahanka MLA. But even in this case, let the MLA fight it out in court. I agree all journalists and newspapers or tabloids are no saints or paragons of virtue. There is a lot to be learnt and unlearnt. But that doesn't give the Speaker or legislators the right to muzzle the press.