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Comment on S.M. Krishna’s views on Yogi Adityanath will make BJP’s staunchest bhakts blush by VEDANTHA

Fri, 24 Mar 2017 11:27:24 +0000

Why should it be vinashakale vipareetha buddi. It might look like that for pseudo secular people. Like everyone one is entitled to their views, SMK can also express his opinion



Comment on Does India need cheaper Harley-Davidson motorcycles and Ferraris? by Pulikeshi the Last

Fri, 10 Mar 2017 01:31:32 +0000

Let's first save our footpaths in Bengaluru from two_wheelers.



Comment on Look around you. How fit are our leaders? Mentally fit, that is. by Pulikeshi the Last

Fri, 10 Mar 2017 01:28:12 +0000

35 per cent of our elected leaders stand accused of committing serious crimes. The true issue is the mental illness of those who voted for them.



Comment on Mitron, stand up, speak up and ‘Save Kukkarahalli Lake’ by Pulikeshi the Last

Fri, 10 Mar 2017 01:21:30 +0000

Here I was thinking Mitron was some nasty MNC responsible for polluting the mere which has been anything but pristine in the last fifty years or more.



Comment on Once upon a time, when the gari did not put mari by Divya

Tue, 07 Mar 2017 19:12:57 +0000

Well penned. .kaali roadgalu ...bediyalli badminton aado hudugaru...all that I tell my daughter...lagori.. yella was just like a dreamland. Golden memories.....hey u forgot KN...n SRJ to add to the list of teacher...Kannada teacher KN was my favourite...



Comment on Mitron, stand up, speak up and ‘Save Kukkarahalli Lake’ by Bhamy V. shenoy

Wed, 01 Mar 2017 23:38:44 +0000

Petitions like this, protests by city's NGOs, media articles, persuasion by elected representatives have convinced the D.C to stay the work. But, is this a ploy to renew the work after getting an OK from some nondescript experts? This is the story we have seen. In the case of Chamundi Hills, work was stopped by the then DC Shika when there were protests against the construction in a reserve forest area. She ordered for an environmental management plan. An EMA can be conducted only after doing an EIA. But our so called government employed experts can work wonder magic. They completed an EMA and work has started. Same may happen with this also. I am sure an NGO like MGP which has been fighting for the preservation of the lake since early 90s will keep a vigil on it just like it has done with Chamundi. MGP has filed a PIL against the construction.



Comment on Does India need cheaper Harley-Davidson motorcycles and Ferraris? by Sunil

Wed, 01 Mar 2017 16:04:28 +0000

By your logic, we must have 120% tariffs on all items that cost more than a dollar. Good bye cellphones, laptops, medicines. Considering both Trump & you are economically stupid, it is not for the government to decide what its people's consumption priorities should be. Do not treat people as idiots and government as an omniscient central planner. Tariffs make the importing country poorer due to high prices or lack of availability of products that its people want.



Comment on Mitron, stand up, speak up and ‘Save Kukkarahalli Lake’ by harihara

Mon, 27 Feb 2017 12:59:04 +0000

Mysuru is inexorably on the path of ruin by lousy town anning engineers, the realtor mafia. After all the damage is for the damaging outsiders will write pious articles in the irresponsibile media, have walkathons and guzzle beer, have fashionable zrminers and dinner, the yuppie anchors will be made chatter in a fast mode excessive sentences about pollution , loss of trees , garbage and have silly debates using the same outsider Immigrants and so on the lousy history of bengaluru will repeat in mysuru. The rashtra Kavi and Kavi of romance etc will roll in their graves or ashes and asthi in paschima vahini. You the media and they the TT own planning engineers are incorrigible and the anchors , ignorant beyond repair



Comment on How the old boys from Bishop Cotton’s school built Bangalore as we know it by preet uberoi

Mon, 20 Feb 2017 13:23:15 +0000

i too and Cottonian but from Shimla, and i would like to get in touch with the OCs in Bangalore



Comment on 10 ways in which Modi Sarkar can hit back at Rajiv Bajaj for telling the truth by Shekar

Sun, 19 Feb 2017 12:23:31 +0000

ha ha!! plain and simple indeed. Ignore the Bajaj's reviews... ask the disgruntled scooter owners Chetak, cub etc., who are running around for spares and service support after the Bajaj's declared the Chetak EOL leaving thousands high and dry. Anyways,this guy is on his way to Nirvana and needs no answers.



Comment on What were you doing when Om Puri was being ‘killed’ on super crimetime? by J Raghuram

Sun, 19 Feb 2017 06:24:54 +0000

Opinions can be voiced in dignified fashion. Of late, I find the write-ups are in very bad taste, the sole objective being to spew hatred. Why? A sense of balance is what lends credibility to the writings. Why take a venomous stance on any political party or politicians or public figure. It's a perfect put-off, unfair, and cheap.



Comment on How the old boys from Bishop Cotton’s school built Bangalore as we know it by Pulikeshi the Last

Sat, 18 Feb 2017 17:41:34 +0000

Unabated colonial anglophilia. Wish the British commissioners of nammooru had enough sense and generosity to make life reasonably pleasant for the great unwashed Kannadigas among us eking out a living between Avenue Road and Balepete regions. For the royalists who have sparred with me in this space, a reminder: The royals sold the eastern quadrant of Bengaluru to the British for what must have been a considerable sum, and a flourishing Anglo-Bangalore took shape. Now I read that Nalwadi K. generously gave his British taxidermist, Wannigen I think his name is, a large coffee plantation near Kodagu and a big house in Maisuru. The properties are said to be worth over Rs. 500 crore today. My ancestors paid revenue taxes on their meagre earnings so a certain family and its benefactors could indulge in, among other things, killing helpless wild animals and use their skin and bone in vulgar displays of valor.



Comment on How the old boys from Bishop Cotton’s school built Bangalore as we know it by Fr Jo

Sat, 18 Feb 2017 09:22:11 +0000

Out of place, self aggrandising, back scratching, tall claimed puff piece. Should have been part of the school yearbook rather than a public blog.



Comment on 10 ways in which Modi Sarkar can hit back at Rajiv Bajaj for telling the truth by mel0309

Fri, 17 Feb 2017 17:29:51 +0000

Hilarious. Satire might be one way of handling the trolls, as it might plain confuse them!



Comment on An open letter to S.M. Krishna, the Congress man who dreams of being Rashtrapati, at 85 by Pulikeshi the Last

Thu, 09 Feb 2017 02:56:08 +0000

TKT, hats off to you for articulating powerfully what many of us have felt about this shrewd, self- regarding politician. He sold his rather inexpensive soul to the Gandhi-Nehru cabal when he deserted the PSP. Success followed him ever since. However, my beef is not about his unearned wealth; it is about the best educated and most sophisticated chief minister of Kannadaland not being able to rise above chicanery. It is certainly about his taking us all for a ride. Am I right about our paying the fee for his national promotion as CM #1 in the form of a g-category site in Bengaluru?