India has been surpassing or probably under-passing the vast public upsurge and constitutional multi-interpretations these days.
Today I woke up early to catch some of the action of the first ODI between India-England. I opened my computer and as per my bad habit, I first visited "Times of India.com". I did not know at that time that I will write this article because of this news in the nation's daily. This news was so hilarious that it can bring smile on those faces who haven’t smiled for years or those who don’t know the art of smiling.
Finally the better 'Sense of House' has prevailed, Anna's victory is reverberating all across, Ramlila Maidan is deserted, facebook is not getting so frequent updates, Gandhi topi sale has stopped and Arnab Goswami is having a good night sleep.
At our childhood we heard this saying "When Rome was burning Nero was fiddling". Honestly speaking I didn’t know anything about Nero at that time. What we understood is that Nero didn’t discharge his responsibility when the country needed him most.
Today is the ninth day of Anna’s hunger strike. Doctors are sounding cautious and alarmed. Everyone is worried except the government and the main opposition BJP. Government is worried about the Parliament where they buy and sell MPs. They are worried about that Parliament where they display bundle of notes. This government and opposition both are worried about that Parliament where they throw shoes on each other. No one is worried about the deteriorating health of Anna.
Today’s newspapers are completely occupied with news related to Anna Hazare. Various news related to his arrest, his fast and support extended by different organizations are on the front page of national and regional papers including tabloids. However most heartening and noticeable news are the spontaneous support erupted in various part of countries.
With Air India’s accumulated losses touching a whopping Rs.23000 crores, its working capital debt reaching a high of Rs.14000 crores, its total debt progressively climbing to a high of Rs.45000 crores and the daily operational deficit hitting Rs.26 crores per day mark, there is no doubt that India’s national carrier is now in dire straits.
Mysterious encephalitis has resulted in the death of more than 54 children in Muzaffarpur and the toll is rising gradually.
When the section ‘Idea Bank’ was launched in PatnaDaily, I was very excited. However, with more than 2 months of its launch, I am a bit perplexed with the kind of response this section has generated so far.
I was very excited and happy that I was going to my home town of Bhabua in Kaimur district of Bihar.
Much water has flown in the Ganges since the advent of Nitish with his commitment to good governance. It’s true that he has been able to check crime with success and has been able to provide connectivity to the people of the state, however, the other side of the coin is damp and dark.