Who is responsible for Delhi’s stink?

The litterbugs can rejoice. They can finally claim Delhi as the capital city of their kingdom. BJP Controlled Corporations, Kejriwal controlled AAP or Municipal Employees. Who is the one responsible for Delhi’s stink? This is the question baffling everyone in Delhi. I know it’s difficult to focus on getting the answer with so much stink around. Still I see no harm in introspecting the stink of Delhi. Corporations blame Delhi...

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Time to Stop Politics over Rapes
Oct19

Time to Stop Politics over Rapes

Yesterday, Delhi woke up to a horrible news of two rape cases of minors. As expected, Politicians lined up to visit the families of minors. Empathized with them. Made some empty promises and politicized the matter by blaming the other party for this situation. You must be thinking. Seriously! Can they do this? How do they have the audacity to do this? Don’t they have any empathy left in them? What about shame? Like everyone, I am...

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Yadav Bhushan wanted AAP to loose during Delhi elections
Mar10

Yadav Bhushan wanted AAP to loose during Delhi elections

Ta-da! Surprise. Good things never last forever. All the cynics on this earth can put up that smirk on their face and smile :). The whole media is abuzz with the dirty linen of AAP being washed in public. What this news definitely means is: AAP is no longer a party it used to be. The party is a divided house with anti-Kejriwal group and pro-kejriwal group vying for each other’s blood. While the CM of Delhi is getting treated in...

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Kiran Bedi : From Anna to BJP
Jan17

Kiran Bedi : From Anna to BJP

The entry of Kiran Bedi in BJP along with Shazia Ilmi is definitely a shot in the arm required for the restructured BJP unit in Delhi, looking for a leader to lead them in the upcoming elections. With Harshwardhan gone, Goyal in back seat and Upadhyay struggling to drive in the front seat, the party has finally found a leader to match the maverick Kejriwal (still trying to come out of his traumatic 47 days struggle as CM). BJP had...

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The comeback is not going to be easy for AAP
Jan09

The comeback is not going to be easy for AAP

AAP, a party which had come into existence riding on the back up of anti-corruption and lok pal drive suddenly seems to have hit a road block. The future not only looks uncertain but bleak for this party that was once a toast of the nation struggling to fight against rampant corruption. The AAP could very well go on to surprise us in the upcoming elections in Delhi, like it did earlier and we would not be surprised (we have already...

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