From Divider in chief to Prime Minister.

Time magazine, which published a cover story before the Indian election calling Prime Minister Narendra Modi the “Divider in Chief”, has in a quick about-face run report with a headline, “Modi Has United India Like No Prime Minister in Decades”

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With changing times the political scenario in India has taken another turn where pseudo nationalism has taken the high ground . Issues like education, employment, literacy, family security , farmer rights have been hijacked by war hysteria and political sabotage of religion.

Every day minorities are being suppressed and abused and the so called majoritarian government is silent about the issues ,social justice and social security are least thought of and man worship has become the talk of the hour, terror accused are becoming MP’s with more the 48% people elected having criminal records.

It seems cynical how the government in is blaming Nehru for all that they have failed to do , well least we forget that green revolution was by the Nehru regime, mocking and stooping down to really low standards is the new face of politics in India .

Though Mr Rahul Gandhi has been trolled for losing the elections , in my personal opinion he has emerged as a very mature and sensitive leaders whom having firm belief in love and respect. Yes we are losing the core values of the constitution with the passing days.

A strong opposition is important for a good democracy and it is time that oppositions reform themselves and come together to keep a check on the policies being formulated by the government and as citizens we should be sensitive towards propagandize and try and focus on real issues like unemployment which is all time high , the reduced budget of deffence politicization of the armed forces and increased hate crime in God’s own country

Gurmeher , Whats wrong ?

“War killed my father Pakistan did not” how many Gurmeher are there in Pakistan? How many in the United states? How many Gurmeher are there all around the world who lost their father to war?

What if someone said India killed my dad would it be a nationalist statement for people in Pakistan? Oh, wait what was the reason behind the martyrdom on both the sides? The reason was a political war which ended up with a war which claimed lives on both the sides. Yes, the war killed her father, the war killed many other Soldiers too. The profession of a soldier is same on both sides. Then what is so disrupting about “war killed my dad”? Oh yes, the problem is she spoke against the violence that was caused by ABVP yes the problem she posted a video one year back which was turned into a troll when she took on the goons of ABVP.

Mocking someone for her father’s death is certainly unethical, saying you did not score your bat did maybe in that statement war is the bat if the war would not have been there no scores would have been there.

What are this nationalism and anti-national thing going on? Who gave these violent bodies the authority to decide who is a nationalist and who is not? Those who still believe in the idea of  Manusmiriti who spread hatred and give rape threats have no right to comment on my nationalism. Nationalism is a much-abused term which is being used for political gains. Patriotism and nationalism are two different things it is high time that we realize Patriotism is good nationalism is not as Rabindranath Tagore said

“Yes, this is the logic of the Nation. And it will never heed the voice of truth and goodness.It will go on in its ring-dance of moral corruption, linking steel unto steel, and machine unto machine; trampling under its tread all the sweet flowers of simple faith and the living ideals of man.” 

Well the larger issue is of peace and harmony let us unite for peace and walk towards a better society

Talking Toms and Growling Pups


This is another ear into politics, left right and center have end up between facts dramatics and vocals.In specific, I am talking about how a prime minister has become dramatics expert and how a well-trolled man is struggling to get into the mainstream politics and trying to upload the legacy and the political regime of his family.

With parliament disfunctional almost for the present session and the talking tom not answering the questions of the opposition and goes on to say that I  am not allowed to speak in the parliament so I am speaking on the road side.The other own a new pup who is learning how to growl is making rhetorical statements trying to be poetic from scripted paper pads. Indian politics has become a drama with a great orator and a stage actor everything is trying to be linked to Nationalism whereas nationalism has started to become more of hero worship, The dramatic on stage which self-proclaims himself of being a protection shield for the every single countryman and not dealing with the actual issues not addressing the issue of counterfeit notes , corruption , black gold , unemployment. Well, I am no one to say but “Garajne wale badal baraste nahi”. With tricolour being tried to be saffron in occasions of laying the foundation stone of big statues which hold only cosmetic value.

A CHARISMATIC LEADER is pulling India to towards a dead end another nazi regime in making maybe. The world drawback to a true democracy is a weak opposition that is what i call the growling pup with regional parties not coming together and funny speeches being delivered from both the sides i don’t know the future of Indian Politics



The 17th Paragraph of the Indian Constitution states that untouchability is a punishable offence. For the eradication of untouchability the Untouchability Offences Act was passed by Indian Government in 1955 in which any person forcing the disabilities of untouchability can be sentenced to six months imprisonment or a fine of Rs. 500/- or both for his first offence. For every subsequent offence the sentence will include both a term in jail as well as fine. If considered necessary, the punishment can also be increased.

This Act provides penalties for the offences like preventing a person from entering into public temples or places of worship, preventing the drawing of water from sacred lakes, tanks, wells etc. Enforcing all kinds of social disabilities such as preventing people from the use of a ‘dharmasala’, any shop, public restaurant, public hospital, hotel, educational institutions or any other place of public entertainment denying the use of any road, river, well, water top, river bank, cremation ground, etc.

Enforcement of occupational, professional or trade disabilities in the matter or enjoyment of any benefit under a charitable trust preventing Harijans from pursuing any general occupation. Refusing to sell goods or render services to a Harijan, for molesting, injuring or annoying a person or organizing a boycott or taking part in the excommunication of a person on the basis of untouchability.

The Rajya Sabha passed on September, 2, 1976, the Bill to amend the Untouchability (Offences) Act, 1955 and changed its title to the “Protection of the Civil Rights Act”. This Bill had proposed stringent measures against those who still practise untouchability. It sought to make willful negligence on part of the investigating officers of complaints relating to untouchability tantamount to abatement.

The Bill was then passed by the Lok Sabha. It provides that persons disqualified under the Act would be barred from contesting elections to the central or state legislature. The provision has also been made to have a deterrent effect on the commission of untouchability offences. It has proposed surveys and fieldwork for determining the areas where untouchability is practiced. It envisages setting up of committees for implementing the Act and grant of adequate facilities to persons subjected to disabilities arising out of untouchability so that they will be in a position to avail of their rights.

The Act has also brought under its purview the privately owned places of worship along with lands and subsidiary shrines and such places used for public worship by the content of the owners. The Act makes the direct or indirect preaching of untouchability or its justification on historical, philosophical or religious grounds an offence.

The Act prescribes punishment for compelling any person to scavenge, sweep, remove carcasses, flay animals or remove umbilical cords. It empowers the state Government to impose collective fines on the inhabitants of any area who were concerned with abetting the commission of offences relating to untouchability. All untouchability offences have become non- compoundable and in cases where the punishments given are less than three months, they can be tried summarily.

More severe type of punishments are now given for untouchability offences. Now both fine and imprisonment will be awarded for offences relating to untouchability. For the first offence the minimum punishment will be one month’s imprisonment and a fine of Rs. 100/- and the maximum imprisonment is six months and a fine of Rs. 500/-. For the second offence, the minimum punishment is six months imprisonment and a fine of Rs. 200/- and the maximum punishment is one year’s imprisonment and a fine of Rs. 500/. For the third offence or offences thereafter, the punishment may vary from one year’s imprisonment with Rs. 500/- as fine to two years imprisonment with a fine of Rs. 1,000/-.

In addition to enacting laws against untouchability the Government of India also instituted propaganda against untouchability throughout India. “Harijan weeks and Harijan day” were observed all over the country. Advisory Committees have been formed in State and District level, to encourage close contact between untouchables and the upper castes.

But something that should come to the notice of every indian is that why is untouchability still such a big issues why were 2 children hurled to death in Faridabad what was their fault? That they were born in a class lower than the Rajput what kind of a Rajput is that who kills children. I have always talked about equality and yet I feel that Gandhi created a big hurdle between the different classes of this nation. What are heading towards? With things happening every day it seems as if the quote “HISTORY REPEATS ITSELF” is come true. We are entering the same phase as in the pre independent era with tearing of holy books on one side and crisis over beef on the other. The situation  is turning out to be tense and something which was thought of to happen in the modi regime is happening communal violence



Army major dies failing infiltration bid on 9 Sept 2009 at the Line of Control in Jammu & Kashmir

“An Army major has been killed in a gunbattle between security forces and militants making an infiltration bid across the Line of Control at Mendhar sub-sector in Poonch district, Jammu region.
Two terrorists were also killed in the encounter, which occurred at the Sonali post on the Line of Control before dawn. An Army major belonging to the 5-Maratha Light Infantry Regiment was killed in retaliatory firing by the terrorists.

During patrolling in forward area along LoC today troops observed the movement of a group of armed militants along the Line of Control (LoC) and challenged them, the official told a news agency. The militants opened fire on the troops and hurled grenades, the official said, adding, the army personnel retaliated and a gunbattle took place in which the two infiltrators were killed and the army officer in the rank of Major lost his life.

Major Akash Singh was a resident of Jammu and had left home on August 31. He is survived by his wife, 2-year-old son and a 3-year-old daughter. Major Singh’s body was expected to reach Jammu by 11 am this morning.

Meanwhile, bodies of the two militants have been recovered and search operations to look for more militants hiding in the area of the encounter were still going on at the time of filing this report. Two other infiltrators, as per the intercepts, were killed in the operation, but it is a normal strategy for militants to split into groups – one group opens cover fire while another tries to sneak into Indian territory from another location.
Mendhar sub-sector in Poonch saw the seizure of a huge cache of arms and explosives made in Pakistan two days ago by security forces.”


Major Akash Singh (Shaurya Chakra)
During patrolling in forward area along LoC today troops observed movement of a group of armed militants along the Line of Control (LoC) and challenged them, the official told a news agency. The militants opened fire on the troops and hurled grenades, the official said, adding, the army personnel retaliated and a gunbattle took place in which the two infiltrators were killed and the army officer in the rank of Major lost his life.

Major Akash Singh was a resident of Jammu and had left home on August 31. He is survived by his wife, 2-year-old son and a 3-year-old daughter.
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7 soldiers gave life for the nation in past one week – SHARE IF YOU RESPECT THEIR MARTYRDOM

Four soldiers died on monday in a gun battle which was on since sunday night with killing of one militant. More than seven men have been killed on our side in past one week, with controversies  on one side like the beef ban and ignorance of safety of army men on the other what are we heading towards.

With clearing of operations and people talking of peace on diplomatic fronts this is a sad news. This is no more a blame game but the value of solders life need to be realized now. When it comes to orop  people like chetan say it is waste of mon, but today when jawan are facing death no body is there to talk about it. We need more technological advancements to fight terror like automatic remote controls gun being placed on the borders which was suggested by the army.As citizens of the nation we are safe but what about the distress that the families of the brave hearts are facing.WIth MR sarif talking about KASMIR and bringing the old Kashmir agenda in the UN assembly why do they forget that terrorism is happening from their front.

To people who talk about peace i would like to tell them peace cannot be resorted from one front the commitment to bring change needs to come from both the sides. There are reasons for every war but a war which is led by turbulence of misguided minds is not a war but a blunder to humanity.The global stand today needs to be one that is say no to terrorism.

                                    RESPECT THE INDIAN ARMY 

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6 Things You Might Not Know About Gandhi

1984 – An account of Political Murders .Share if you want justice for 1984 ( It was not Sikhs or Hindus beings killed they were humans)

With an account to the riots of 1984 it was not a community that was hampered it was not just a religion being abused. The state sponsered terrorism which claimed lifes of humans and then was called a massacre was it right to call it a massacre?

On these lines i start to write about the human rights violation which took place within a period of 10 years it was not the killing of Mrs Gandhi which casued the riots.When a sinner say she was killed even after being write it shall be called the result of sins not a murder. In delhi Sikhs were brutally killed where as in Punjab which displays unity of higest order between the reliogions was being distrited by miss guided political murderes . Power casues the mind to go mad that is what happened in PUNJAB to supress the AKALIS the congress government started the state sponsered terrorism which was funded and trained by people from other side of the border in some instances.with every one talking about drug meniace in Punjab and questioning the integrity of the state they forget that unemployement is a major cause and seeing your parents being buthcherd infront of your eyes cause mental trauma. Lajpat Nagar was flowing blood in its streets along with trilook puri and people from the So called pro people party were killing humanity in the streets.

I want to questions why were no FIR’s registered why was curfue abused and why were the TV channels ot reporting the masacre. I demand justice was the riots of 1984

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It is mothers Love not political Drama-Anand Sharma insulted love of a mother (share if you support Narendra Modi)

With due respect Mr Sharma you know what, I feel ashamed today hqdefault

I certainly do. How can you  politicise a persons emotions for his mother, why would a Prime Minister act to cry?Mr Gandhi does cry for his family doesn’t he.Have some Shame sir you have insulted the most holy relationship that of  a mother and a child. You have insulted every single mother in the world by calling the tears as political Drama. I do agree that talking about Vadra was wrong at international platform but that does not mean you would insult the relation of a mother and child.

Is being poor and then becoming the prime minister a curse in tis nation? Even the prime minister is a Human being even he has emotions. From a person like you I never expected such comments. I have some questions to ask sir. Was Rahul Gandhi born poor ? Did any of his family members ever had an idea of what poverty is? Did you supreme leaders come from a non family norms? Did you make a leader out of you Rahul Baba.

Sir there is a limit to insult someones felling and you have done that today you have annoyed every single mother in the world.There are no elections coming up sir nor are there any agendas that you can talk of. Please raise the standard of your arguments not the level of you voice, because the depth matters more rather than the voice sir

HAPPY bday Dr Manmohan Singh – Facts Everyone Should know about the silent prime minister

When we talk about Mr Singh we often don’t value his knowledge and experience on his bday i would like enlighten everyone with his achievements


1. Placed in first position in BA (Hons), Economics, Panjab University, Chandigarh, 1952

2. Placed in first position in MA (Economics), Panjab University, Chandigarh, 1954

3. Wright’s Prize for distinguished performance at St John’s College,
Cambridge, 1955 and 1957

4. Wrenbury scholar, University of Cambridge, 1957;

5. DPhil (Oxford), DLitt (Honoris Causa); PhD thesis on India’s
export competitiveness

Teaching Experience:

1. Senior lecturer, Economics, 1957-59;
Reader, Economics, 1959-63;
Professor, Economics, Panjab University, Chandigarh, 1963-65;

2. Professor, International Trade, Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi, 1969-71;

3. Honorary professor, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi,

4. Honorary professor, Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi,1996



India’s Export Trends and Prospects for Self-Sustained Growth -Clarendon Press, OxfordUniversity, 1964;

He is also author of large number of published articles in various economic journals.


1971-72: Economic advisor, Ministry of foreign trade, India

1972-76: Chief economic advisor, Ministry of finance, India


Director, Industrial Development Bank of India;

Director, Reserve Bank of India;

Alternate Governor for India, Board of Governors, Asian Development Bank;

Alternate governor for India, Board of Governors, IBRD

November 1976 – April 1980: Secretary, Ministry of finance (Department of economic affairs);

Member, finance: Atomic Energy Commission;

Member, finance: Space Commission

April 1, 1980 – September 15, 1982:

Member-secretary, Planning Commission of India

1980-83: Chairman, India Committee of the Indo-Japan joint study

September 16, 1982- January 14, 1985: Governor, Reserve Bank
of India

1982-85: Alternate Governor for India, Board of Governors,
International Monetary Fund

1983-84: Member, economic advisory council to the Prime Minister

1985: President, Indian Economic Association

January 15, 1985- July 31, 1987: Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission of India

August 1, 1987- November 10, 1990: Secretary-general and commissioner, South commission, Geneva

December 10, 1990- March 14, 1991: Advisor to the Prime Minister of India on economic affairs

March 15, 1991- June 20, 1991: Chairman, University Grant Commission, India

June 21, 1991- May 15, 1996: Finance Minister, Indian Union
October 1991: Elected to Rajya Sabha from Assam

June 1995: Re-elected to Rajya Sabha

1996 onwards: Member, Consultative Committee for the Ministry of Finance

August 1, 1996- December 4, 1997: Chairman, Parliamentary standing committee on commerce

March 21, 1998 onwards: Leader of the Opposition, Rajya Sabha

June 5, 1998 onwards: Member, committee on finance

August 13, 1998 onwards: Member, committee on rules

Aug 1998-2001: Member, committee of privileges

2001 onwards: Member, executive committee, Indian parliamentary group

June 2001: Re-elected to Rajya Sabha

Aug 2001 onwards: Member, general purposes committee

Other Accomplishments of Manmohan Singh

Honors and Awards:
1. Adam Smith Prize, Universityof Cambridge, 1956

2. Padma Vibhushan, 1987

3. Finance Minister of the Year, 1993, Euro money Award.
4. Finance Minister of the Year for Asia, 1993, Asiamoney Award.

5. Finance Minister of the Year for Asia, 1993, Asiamoney Award1994


1966: Economic Affairs Officer

1966-69: Chief, financing for trade section, UNCTAD

1972-74: Deputy for India in IMF Committee of Twenty on International
Monetary Reform

1977-79: Indian delegation to Aid-India Consortium Meetings

1980-82: Indo-Soviet joint planning group meeting

1982: Indo-Soviet monitoring group meeting

1993: Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting Cyprus1993:

1993: Human Rights World Conference