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Comment on Once upon a time, when a traffic offender said he was JNU professor… by Shalini Urs

Wed, 24 May 2017 03:11:35 +0000

It is spot on. Today earning a degree is equated with education unfortunately. And it is "cool" to be with the popular ideology rather than develop the spine to question it.



Comment on WTF was the Opposition doing while the ‘Idea of India’ was being dismantled? by Shalini Urs

Mon, 22 May 2017 06:45:23 +0000

The reason is-- the opposition does not have a strong leader. More importantly, during the emergency era, there was no social media to troll anyone who would go against the grain. It was a top down approach. In the current scenario it is more a bottom up approach. In the bottom up approach, until some patterns emerge, it is difficult gauge the public mood. The other reason is kind of strong and committed to the cause type of people are missing now. The opposition is NOT sure of the public sentiment and is scared of the same. Currently the mood is if this rhetoric and narrative is winning, then it is better not to oppose.



Comment on Some scams Modi government can see and some scams it cannot, or won’t by hklrao

Wed, 17 May 2017 03:15:38 +0000

Thanks, Editor, Churmuri, for highlighting the hidden SCAMS & Scams for public feeding.Hope this will reach the scammers



Comment on Letter from a Concerned Editor, to Sri J. Mathrubhootam, c/o The Hindu paper by Prabhdeep

Tue, 16 May 2017 05:22:51 +0000

Spot on! You've nailed it. You have some gift for being sarcastically humourous and using it to unravel undercurrents. I didn't know who this person Mathrubootham was and that he wrote open letters. After reading your piece I went through some of his articles and found your suspicions to be true. If one knows anything about a writer's psychology that gives rise to his/her style, then this gentleman has a contemporary writing style (maybe even futuristic) but certainly not how an 80 year old editor would write today. I mean, a Kuldeep Nayyar or an M J Akbar or a Saeed Naqvi or a Khushwant Singh wouldn't sound so tech savvy and so much into this generation. He also has no emotional connect whatsoever with his grandchildren very much unlike a man in the sunset of his life. That's the precise reason that he's got the readers pulse. Presently, we see a lot of impatience and hurry in the footsteps of the readers. He's also highly reactive and loud (in his own way) which is again going to sync with the contemporary readership. These are reactive times. But then, there have always been such phases in the past as well. Also, like you mention about yourself, people have resorted to nom de plumes before. May be this person has gone a step further by resorting to a 'vie de la plume'(image)



Comment on Has the cellphone robbed Indians of their humanity, not to mention their civility? by Andy

Tue, 16 May 2017 01:23:52 +0000

No need to worry of Humanity in Indians especially the Hindis in the North. They gave it up a long time ago when the northerners started demonising the muslims, dalits adivasis and people in nagaland and the seven-sisters for whom they care tuppence but would wax sentiments when the land is being hijacked by China. India's redemption lies in chasing out the Hindis



Comment on Has the cellphone robbed Indians of their humanity, not to mention their civility? by N D Sharma

Mon, 15 May 2017 10:14:35 +0000

That's why I have never owned or kept a cellphone.



Comment on Letter from a Concerned Editor, to Sri J. Mathrubhootam, c/o The Hindu paper by mel0309

Sun, 14 May 2017 20:24:50 +0000

Hilarious, Krishna Prasad, and you did not miss the punches either. Thank you so much for making my Sunday.



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

Sun, 14 May 2017 17:40:47 +0000

They have no wish to be cured, for psychosis by definition, resists acknowledgement.



Comment on Ten reasons I’m glad Mysore is not India’s cleanest city again by Pulikeshi the Last

Sun, 14 May 2017 17:34:56 +0000

BengaLuru is racing to polluted extinction. Mahishooru will at least outlast it.



Comment on Yes, English TV anchors have gone mad. But what about you, yes, you? by Balaji S

Sat, 13 May 2017 16:04:13 +0000

Excellent one! The Republic seems to compete the social media networks of the lower strata of the society who are ever willing to believe any trash about a person they dislike. It feeds on the negativity of the viewers and some serious news is getting missed out.



Comment on Ten reasons I’m glad Mysore is not India’s cleanest city again by Mala

Fri, 05 May 2017 14:04:13 +0000

Loved the post! Why aren't the blog posts published on a FB page? It would be so much easier to like, share and comment than doing it from this page. Please consider a Churumuri FB page.



Comment on Ten reasons I’m glad Mysore is not India’s cleanest city again by nautiluspira

Fri, 05 May 2017 13:19:33 +0000

You have a wonderful sense of humour! I like the way you see through slogans and gimmicks



Comment on Ten reasons I’m glad Mysore is not India’s cleanest city again by dr ramesh

Fri, 05 May 2017 10:14:02 +0000

Its a blessing in disguise for mysuru.. North India most cleanest,most civic amongst the human inhabited regions of the planet.. Hindi is swach bhasha of the globe.. hope NaMo RSS fans are happy ..



Comment on Can even Padma Lakshmi rescue ‘Thair-Vade’ and, in turn, us? by Bharath Narayan M G

Fri, 05 May 2017 07:32:13 +0000

'Food is the new sex'... LoL! Completely agree on that :D



Comment on Bhakton, a Congress-mukt Bharat might happen, but what about ‘Congress kadlekayi’? by Gaby

Thu, 27 Apr 2017 19:18:54 +0000

Missed your wit , PTL. Iam so glad Chrumuri is back.