Monthly Archives: September 2008

A Strange Minority Aggression

The minority politics in the country is getting curious. The church is behaving as if it has a divine right to proselytise. As if it is part and parcel of the special minority rights. And an Archbishop. As if he … Continue reading

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The Fifth Column in India

By Dr Gautam Sen Islamic jehad has entered a new phase in its assault against India, funded by extorted Saudi oil wealth and Pakistan’s Islamo-fascist mindset. It recalls Mohammed Ali Jinnah’s revealing proposal to Lord Willingdon in the mid-1940s, suggesting … Continue reading

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Respect & honour the Forces!

http://newstodaynet .com/newsindex. php?id=11034% 20&%20section=13 Mon, 29 Sep, 2008,03:18 PM The government must understand that the whole nation is watching the developments and it must realise that the people regard the Armed Forces in high esteem, more than that of the … Continue reading

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Mehrauli blast: Bangladeshi gang under lens

29 Sep 2008, 0027 hrs IST,TNN NEW DELHI/FARIDABAD: A mixture of ammonium nitrate and potassium chlorate along with sulphuric acid, packed with iron nails might have been used to trigger the Saturday’s blast near the Mehrauli flower market which killed … Continue reading

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A great Satire!

2024: Comrade Bush quotes Brother Marx By Farrukh Dhondy “Aakhir mey janaab — It comes to the same old khaki pants!” From Compiled Graffiti, edited by Bachchoo September 19, 2024, Washington: Rumours that comrade President Bush was severely ill were … Continue reading

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Modi ‘cleared’ over Gujarat riots

Mr Modi has always denied wrongdoing A commission set up by the government in the western Indian state of Gujarat has exonerated Chief Minister Narendra Modi over religious riots in 2002. It said there was no evidence that he, his … Continue reading

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The tables have turned on Wall Street

MARCUS GEE Globe and Mail Update September 24, 2008 at 6:00 AM EDT As far as we know, U.S. President George W. Bush didn’t exactly ask China for help when he discussed the Wall Street crisis with Chinese President Hu … Continue reading

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