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First reported May 01 2014 - Updated May 02 2014 - 1 reports

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Whoever forms the new government will face a terrorist threat called El NinoA new terrorist threat called El Nino is looming over the horizon for India. How will the next government at the Centre tackle it? Jugular Vein sought the opinions of three potential ... [Published Times of India Blogs - May 01 2014]
First reported May 02 2014 - Updated May 02 2014 - 1 reports

Shankaracharyas Vs Modi

Two of the holiest Hindu preachers, the Shankaracharyas of Puri and Dwarka, are so furious with BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi that they have vowed to travel to Varanasi before the constituency votes on May 12 and “expose” him.Puri Shankaracharya ... [Published Times of India Blogs - May 02 2014]
First reported Apr 30 2014 - Updated May 01 2014 - 1 reports

It's Special One vs Sime-one

I like Jose Mourinho. He is arrogant and puts people in their places.But more importantly, he seems to suggest Wenger and Arsenal are morons.But I must confess that beating Atletico for his Chelsea team in tonight's Champions League semis second-leg won't ... [Published Times of India Blogs - Apr 30 2014]
First reported May 01 2014 - Updated May 01 2014 - 1 reports

Where caste is king

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/opinion/comments-analysis/lok-sabha-polls-2014-in-uttar-pradesh-the-ancient-divisions-of-caste-are-again-the-main-poll-issue/articleshow/34440645.cmsAs the sun sets over the golden wheatfields of this central Doab region ... [Published Times of India Blogs - May 01 2014]
First reported May 01 2014 - Updated May 01 2014 - 1 reports

Enduring images of democracy, a few shameful ones too

As the seventh round of elections drew to a close, some enduring images of Indian democracy could be seen through the day.Cricketer Parthiv Patel with a lady on a wheelchair, several others, old and young, on wheelchairs, old ladies being helped to ... [Published Times of India Blogs - May 01 2014]
First reported Apr 30 2014 - Updated Apr 30 2014 - 1 reports

Wounds fester in Kashmir, democracy has proved no balm

Early snowfall in Kashmir had turned the weather unusually frosty in November 2008. The wounds of Amarnath agitation were still fresh as the Valley mourned the dozens killed in shootings of unarmed demonstrators protesting transfer of forestland to the ... [Published Times of India Blogs - Apr 30 2014]
First reported Apr 29 2014 - Updated Apr 30 2014 - 1 reports

Secular ranks in disarray

Only consolidation of Muslim votes and pull of caste can halt the Modi force in UPThe frenzy in Varanasi last week as Narendra Modi filed his nomination contrasts severely with the resentment in Amethi, from where Rahul Gandhi and members of his family ... [Published Times of India Blogs - Apr 29 2014]
First reported Apr 30 2014 - Updated Apr 30 2014 - 1 reports

Don’t Abuse Political Invective

Sticks and stones, according to conventional wisdom, are likely to cause more substantive damage than words. Things are a little different, when it comes to politics. Words can cause hurt, they can offend or enrage, they can win votes or lose them, they ... [Published Times of India Blogs - Apr 30 2014]
Entities: Abuse, Mass Murderer
First reported Apr 29 2014 - Updated Apr 29 2014 - 1 reports

Partition revisited

Excerpts from an imaginary conversation between VHP's Pravin Togadia and BJP's Giriraj SinghPravin Togadia: Hey, that was a good one you came up with the other day. That one about all those who oppose Narendrabhai being packed off to Pakistan because ... [Published Times of India Blogs - Apr 29 2014]
First reported Apr 28 2014 - Updated Apr 29 2014 - 2 reports

The ‘F’ is the most versatile word in the language – II

In the less antiseptic ethos of the East, where bodily functions are often performed in the open and are considered not only perfectly natural but also useful in that they can provide a source of manure, excretory “bad language” by and large does not ... [Published Times of India Blogs - Apr 29 2014]
Entities: Antiseptic, Repression
First reported Apr 28 2014 - Updated Apr 28 2014 - 1 reports

The accidental prime minister must speak up now

So who did not know that Manmohan Singh was an accidental prime minister? Everyone, including Dr Singh, knew it. Manmohan Singh’s strength--that he had no political constituency of his own--was his apparent weakness. Only Dr Singh could have overcome ... [Published Times of India Blogs - Apr 28 2014]
First reported Apr 28 2014 - Updated Apr 28 2014 - 1 reports

Promotion system in the defence services: Is merit based promotion for the appointment of service chiefs well-founded?

 The incumbent chief of the naval staff has been appointed by the government disregarding the hitherto considered mandatory qualification of command of an operational command besides superseding the senior most candidate. The present incumbent has not ... [Published Times of India Blogs - Apr 28 2014]
Entities: Appointed, Training, Officer

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Mohd Azharuddin: " My opponent chose to bat first after winning the toss. You know... you know... I was bad in chasing anyway. My opponent was lucky with the toss. If my grandfather was alive today, he would have advised me and people of India to ......"
Mike Whitney, after becoming a father of triplets, had once joked: "I'm the only bowler in history to have claimed a hat-trick with two balls!"
India’s diplomatic service, wrote Daniel Markey of the CouncilCouncil on Foreign Relations, is not "up to the task of managing an agenda befitting a great power. As a result, even a wealthier and more powerful India may remain politically inconsequential, unable to set forth and implement a realistic global agenda or to exercise international leadership" . Narendra Modi, BJP’s prime ministerial hopeful and the man most widely believed to be Manmohan Singh’s successor, would agree

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We need to prepare more than annual budgets [Published Times of India Blogs - May 20 2014]
Modi & Co have ended the coalition era and expectations from the new government are running high.  Zenobia Aunty, being a hard task-master has set her expectations even higher than the ‘rationalisation and simplification of the tax regime’ promised by ...
Citylights [Published Times of India Blogs - May 19 2014]
At first glance , Citylights comes across as a run-of-the-mill helpless villagers caught in the big bad world kind-of-a-film, which it still might be. But, there is something about the performances that hooks you in those two minutes. The couple’s desperation ...
Thomas Cup: German show makes it tougher for India [Published Times of India Blogs - May 19 2014]
Don't be too surprised if India fail to win a single group contest in the Thomas Cup. India didn't win a single game in the top-two singles matches against Malaysia; and Germany showed their singles strength by losing to Korea 2-3 on Sunday.India play ...
Can Modi pass the first governance test? [Published Times of India Blogs - May 19 2014]
The Modi led “near national” government has been voted in for its perceived capacity for good governance. Good governance is an amorphous concept. But one essential component is access to timely justice. Punishing people for the crimes they commit, ...
Looking out from Raisina Hill [Published Times of India Blogs - May 18 2014]
Those hordes of aspirers want prosperity but also more freedom to exercise their rights, not lessAs he is driven up to Rashtrapati Bhavan to be sworn in as prime minister, Narendra Modi might take a moment to glance from Raisina Hill into the far horizon ...
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