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D-111/10
Aug 30, 2014
07:51 PM

Showkat Motta, Saeed Naqvi, Saba etc use outlook to launch lies, propoganda and political attack on Hindus. Love jihad is not an issue but the fact that many muslims in India now carrry two forms of identity , one as Hindu to deceive Hindus in trade and social relations and another as islamist fanatics to riot. The example of Mr Hasan in Ranchi a prime example.

India needs to give muslims a dosage of the ideology they beleive in and proudly claim so, an eye for an eye.

SaachBolo
SaachGarh, India
D-110/2
Aug 30, 2014
07:44 PM

At least BJP do not need this bhaand.

Vinod Kumar, Delhi
D-109/7
Aug 30, 2014
07:41 PM

Get ready for drug abuse - hooch deaths and dominant liquor mafia. 

Vinod Kumar
Delhi, India
D-108/9
Aug 30, 2014
07:27 PM

" All I ll say is: If you believe "Love does happen", you must be living in your dream cocoon."

Commiserations. You seem to have have been deprived of a mother's love, a sister's love or a daughters love too. Above all, you haven't discovered spiritual bliss.

It explains your negativity. It is indeed tough to be condemned to eke out a loveless existence.

D.L.Narayan
Visakhapatnam, India
D-107/3
Aug 30, 2014
07:27 PM

This article is by tthe same Showkat Motta, who tried to portray in a previous article, the blissful, happy life enjoyed by a Kashmiri pandit family in the valley - after the genocide and sought to blame Hindus for it !!!!!!

SaachBolo
SaachGarh, India
D-106/1
Aug 30, 2014
07:22 PM

Whats the message.

harun, chennai
D-105/1
Aug 30, 2014
07:20 PM

This is insane. We are not used to 'Petrol price cut' stories.

Kashyap, New York
D-104/6
Aug 30, 2014
07:20 PM

4 @ D L Narayan sir,
I agree.
 

V.N.K.Murti Pattambi
PATTAMBI, India
D-103/5
Aug 30, 2014
07:17 PM

Closing Bars and stepping towards to bring 'prohibition'
The Kerala government has lost its right to be called 
"Gods own country"

Apart from losing revenue, it is inviting other more dangerous Devil called 
Drugs and spurious liquor. A retrograde step indeed!

V.N.K.Murti Pattambi
PATTAMBI, India
D-102/8
Aug 30, 2014
06:43 PM

DLN

All I ll say is: If you believe "Love does happen", you must be living in your dream cocoon.

If you want to spew the venom of religionism, go find a spittle to spew into elsewhere, instead of persistently writing Bullshit.

Misogynist
Chennai, India
D-101/2
Aug 30, 2014
06:36 PM

After perpetrating genocide of Hindus in Kashmir valley, these Kashmiri muslims talk about polarization ?  Even Nazis can learn lessons in depraved logic from islamists.

SaachBolo
SaachGarh, India
D-100/56
Aug 30, 2014
06:21 PM

Look at the diabolic mind of cultist-islamist anwaar. He demands muslims  be treated better by Hindus than muslims treat Hindus ! 

Could not stop laughing.

SaachBolo
SaachGarh, India
D-99/4
Aug 30, 2014
06:20 PM

Prohibition benefits:

1. Bootleggers and criminals

2. Corrupt officials and politicians

The losers:

1. Aam Aadmi - revenue shortfall will be covered by increased taxation

2. The poor who might consume poisonous brew from bootleggers.

3. The economy due to drop in tourist footfalls.

The bottom line is the emigration out of Kerala will continue unabated.

My prediction - the ban will be shortlived.

D.L.Narayan
Visakhapatnam, India
D-98/1
Aug 30, 2014
06:12 PM

".....because they’re out to burn Kashmir by polarising the people along religious lines."

Indeed, how dare they vitiate this paradise of 'secularism' leading a comfortable, utopian life leeching off the rest of this facist land.

sudhi
mysore, india
D-97/2
Aug 30, 2014
06:05 PM

Why don't they officially declare her life time president and owner of BSP? Is that not allowed in secular socialist republic of India?

Pradip Singh, stafford
D-96/3
Aug 30, 2014
05:11 PM

In which country prohibition has a success story ?

 

V.N.K.Murti Pattambi
PATTAMBI, India
D-95/1
Aug 30, 2014
05:01 PM

Given how difficult it has been for democracy to take root in Pakistan, any effort to dislodge a democratically elected government through street protests with people numbering in the five digits, deserves to be hit right out of the park. 

ashok lal, mumbai
D-94/2
Aug 30, 2014
04:53 PM

For members of the higher judiciary to be appointed by the executive, in consultation with the learned CJI, is the scheme of the Constitution. Difficult to believe the framers of this fine document, who also had the benefit of studying the relevant provisions of constitutions from older democracies, apart from their own wisdom, were unmindful of the need to ensure judicial independence. The collegium system was a transient arrangement, devised to deal with certain aberrations that had arisen at a time when many institutions were being mangled. The proposed system accords well with the Constitution. Given the nature of the job, one hopes appointments will almost invariably be through unanimity.

ashok lal
mumbai, India
D-93/2
Aug 30, 2014
04:44 PM

As a shareholder of Indian Hotels and someone who had the privilege of getting married in this fine hotel, would wish the present management well, but the sanctity of contract requires that it be put up to tender at the end of the lease period. 

ashok lal
mumbai, India
D-92/1
Aug 30, 2014
04:18 PM

Why elections are conducted for a  post which is for life term?

Agosuke, Bangalore
D-91/2
Aug 30, 2014
04:10 PM

'It Is UPA Govt Who Should Get Credit for GDP Increase: PC' . Agreed.  UPA did it by losing the loksabha elections.

Agosuke, Bangalore
D-90/7
Aug 30, 2014
04:02 PM

@ Misogynist,

" "Women marry for money, and men marry for sex."  Period."

So go and make money instead of spewing nonsense here. 

D.L.Narayan
Visakhapatnam, India
D-89/2
Aug 30, 2014
03:53 PM

Modi's vision of 'smart cities' takes shape as government commits to delivering first three hubs by 201

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/indiahome/indianews/article-2738057/Modis-vision-smart-cities-takes-shape-government-zeroes-scores-sites-country.html#ixzz3BryGB0NU 

Mohan, Adiipur
D-88/1
Aug 30, 2014
03:36 PM

Kumar Vishwas was\ is a PM candidate.How can the BJP offer him this silly Delhi CM's post?

Agosuke, Bangalore
D-87/1
Aug 30, 2014
03:34 PM

Pour boiling chilli oil into her cu^t

Misogynist, Chennai
D-86/1
Aug 30, 2014
03:32 PM

Media brainwashing has given a bad name to patriachy.

Will this feminist tell us how Matriachy is better?

Misogynist, Chennai
D-85/1
Aug 30, 2014
03:31 PM

What a strange and medieval diktat by the feminists!

It is NOT females, but MALES, who contribute to the progress of Any nation.

Misogynist, Chennai
D-84/35
Aug 30, 2014
03:20 PM

Why is media living in denial. There's a persistent propagation by a section of media both print and electronic churning out fudged statistics data  trying to assuage the majority that all this is hogwash, fabricated divisional communal created to rock our smooth sailing boat of secularism. Nobody's buying it there's lot happening which sanitised media isn't reporting either they're too grisly  or not palatable for media  holding up  the torch of secularism. Look not speaking doesn't mean it'll go away-we are  fail to analyse objectively- media would be doing a great disservice to a society while saying all is well. 

bharati
Mumbai, India
D-83/1
Aug 30, 2014
03:09 PM

The sexist overtones in the headlines ( both the quote and the media ), are too deafening to ignore.

Misogynist
Chennai, India
D-82/1
Aug 30, 2014
03:08 PM

Who is PC to talk about this, while even Manmute Singh and Rahl-woman-on-top-Gandhi are 'mum' about this great UPA 'achievement'?

Misogynist, Chennai
D-81/6
Aug 30, 2014
03:01 PM

Anwaar and DLN,

"Women marry for money, and men marry for sex."  Period.

NOT religion. Or anything else.

If you have not grown up enough to assimilate this fact, then you have no base to stand on, and have no right to preach others on what marriage is.

Misogynist
Chennai, India
D-80/55
Aug 30, 2014
02:57 PM

" That is not reciprocity............... You should see a doctor."

It is reciprocity. You should see a dictionary.

D.L.Narayan
Visakhapatnam, India
D-79/4
Aug 30, 2014
02:52 PM

" There's nowhere in the Pakistani culture or the religion of Islam that says child exploitation is allowed – it's completely forbidden."

It depends on how the culture defines a child. Any girl who has attained puberty is no longer a child in Islamic practice. She becomes a woman.

D.L.Narayan
Visakhapatnam, India
D-78/2
Aug 30, 2014
02:41 PM

Selling God's own country to tourists, especially from abroad, will become a lot more difficult with prohibition in force. Add Goa's proposed sartorial restrictions for people on beaches and the picture will be complete.

ashok lal
mumbai, India
D-77/5
Aug 30, 2014
02:39 PM

"There will be as many answers as there are couples. It is neither your concern nor mine"

1. There will not be too many answers, there will be 3: religion A, religion B or give the child the option of choosing at maturity.

2. If the statistics are collected and analysed, it will prove that when Muslims marry non-Muslims, the non-Muslim will opt to convert. This is because Islam does not recognise marriages with non Mslims and apostasy is not a risk many Muslims are willing to take.

3. Going by what is happening in the world today when the population of a certain community acquires critical mass, I am extremely concerned. I want a staus quo as far as religious demography of India is concerned. 

D.L.Narayan
Visakhapatnam, India
D-76/2
Aug 30, 2014
02:17 PM

Supreme court should give priority to issues like a non-constitutional person like Sonia Gandhi using government owned chartered planes to go to the US which entails heavy drain of public money.Equally important is, as to how ex-central ministers like Lalu Yadav continue to live in government bungalows which costs lakhs of rupees in rent.And how is that people like Lalu Yadav are enjoying permanent bail?The court is generalising 'chargesheeted' ministers.Take the case of Uma Bharti.She is chargesheeted when she rightfully agitated against illegal occupation of a centrally located maidan by Muslims in Hubli in Karnataka.Honourable judges of Supreme court should go into the merits of each case of a minister charage sheeted by a government ruled political opponents.

S.S.Nagaraj
Bangalore, India
D-75/4
Aug 30, 2014
02:12 PM


D.L.Narayan,

>> "Religion is not a factor in love, nor is language or ethnicity. Love does happen. What next? Will the girl adopt the boy's religion or vice versa? What about their children? What will be their names, their religion?"

These are questions that the couples themselves should decide. There will be as many answers as there are couples. It is neither your concern nor mine. 

Anwaar
Dallas, United States
D-74/1
Aug 30, 2014
02:12 PM

Whatever the provocation ,stone pelting on a place of worship or attacking a religious procession was deplorable and disgusting.

harun, chennai
D-73/1
Aug 30, 2014
02:05 PM

Saw the film virtually first day, first show based on one exceptional review, the others have tended to be less generous than this one. Some scenes made me close my eyes, they ought not to have been there at all, but the finale I thought was apposite. No miscarriage of justice here, because those young women had been brutalised by the man they crushed underfoot. As for Rani, would travel to Pakistan to see her films, she seems to have lost that exceptional huskiness in her voice, did a fine job in the film.

ashok lal
mumbai, India
D-72/54
Aug 30, 2014
02:03 PM


Saachbolo,

>> " India has to treat muslims in India just as muslims have treated Hindus in every muslim majority and ruled area from Pakistan to Bangladesh to Kashmir valley"

That is not reciprocity, moron, but just another production of your sick mind which seems to works day and night to come up with these deranged shibboleths. You should see a doctor.

Anwaar
Dallas, United States
D-71/1
Aug 30, 2014
01:53 PM

Amazing telepathy between me and the columnist ! The moment I saw the heading, thought the comment I would post would be that the good Vietnamese have always punched above their weight. They have held their ground against # 1 and # 2 on different occasions, even their economy has shown great promise. If the mighty would learn from the small, for this is a civilised world order, not the Serengeti, the lesson is that the essential equality of sovereign nations should be respected.

ashok lal
mumbai, India
D-70/2
Aug 30, 2014
01:50 PM

Pour boiling oil into her cu*t

Misogynist, Chennai
D-69/3
Aug 30, 2014
01:48 PM

" Girls of one religion will continue to fall in love with boys from another and vice versa"

Religion is not a factor in love, nor is language or ethnicity. Love does happen. What next? Will the girl adopt the boy's religion or vice versa? What about their children? What will be their names, their religion? 

" I am from a family that is apparently spawned from and breeds “jehadis”. This misguided family (full of uncles, aunts, cousins and sisters who married and produced children with partners outside the barricades of religion) thought they were making love, not war."

Would Ms Naqvi tell us how many of her "misguided family members" converted their spouses to their own religion, how many jumped the "barricade" to the other side. The answer might be illuminating.

D.L.Narayan
Visakhapatnam, India
D-68/2
Aug 30, 2014
01:48 PM

The Arabic countries led by the Muslims were the most advanced scientists and engineers in the world, until they let the religious crazies take over.
Just saying, BJP/RSS...
 

David Rukstales, Tokyo
D-67/4
Aug 30, 2014
01:48 PM

Pour red hot chilli powder into their cun*ts.

Misogynist, Chennai
D-66/2
Aug 30, 2014
01:47 PM

Chop off her tongue

Misogynist, Chennai
D-65/2
Aug 30, 2014
01:46 PM

If one is not stepping onto a live wire, have always felt that, in a plural society, people falling in love across man made divides, is not only a beautiful, perfectly normal thing, it is more solution than problem. A few more Veer Zaras would also be in order. 

ashok lal
mumbai, India
D-64/8
Aug 30, 2014
01:44 PM

Communalist,

[[No point in providing Data to the Moditards here. They are unaccustomed to facts.]]

On the other hand, Jihadi"turds" here understand facts better than anyone else. And the fact is that followers of the "religion of peace" can never live in peace with people of other faiths.

Ganwaar
Ganwaarpur, India
D-63/11
Aug 30, 2014
01:24 PM

" Freedom of  Expression is suppose to offend others. If we are stopped from offending others, citing 'hurting their feelings' than the concept of FoE becomes useless."

Fully agree. Calling it blasphemous is semitising the Hindu tradition of openness. 

Let us not forget that RGV asks questions out of ignorance, just like a child (let us give him the benefit of doubt and ignore the possibility of malice). I shall try, with my admittedly inadequate understanding of Hinduism, to answer those queries.

1. How can someone unable to save his own head, save others? - Even the best of soldiers can die on the battlefield. Does it detract from their ability to protect us?

Ganesh is an aspect of God and not the Supreme God. He will be always subservirnt to the will of the Almighty.

2. Remover of obstacles. Just as an elephant can overcome obstacles that are insurmountable to others, self belief gives us the power to overcome the hurdles we come across in our lives.

Lack of confidence is our biggest obstacle and by invoking Ganesha, we are able to awaken our latent strengths to handle the problems as they come.

3. Why the head of the elephant?

What is unique about the elephant head is its trunk, which is a combination of  is a gnyanendriya (sensory instrument) and a karmendriya (instrument of work). The trunk symbolises reason - recieve sensory input, process it and then act upon it.

The large ears represent winnows which separate chaff from the grain, the mind which analyses sensory inputs by intellect to separate truth from falsehood. Ganesha is the Lord of Buddhi or reasoning power.

4. Why does he ride a mouse?

A mouse represents the mind - capricious and wayward, seeking sensory pleasures. Ganesha controls the mind and uses it to go where the Buddhi tells it to go, not where it wants to go.

Hindu symbology is esoteric and loaded with meaning. Everything has a meaning which is not accessible to most. Nothing is what it appears to be. 

Only those who don't have answers get offended by impertinent questions. Hinduism gives you the freedom to think, to understand and learn. If one is unable to appreciate certain aspects, one is free to question it or reject it.

Jesus had said, "Forgive them, Father, they know not what they are doing." Let us treat the RGVs of this world in a similar manner. Banning and coercion is against the spirit of our great religion.

D.L.Narayan
Visakhapatnam, India
D-62/1
Aug 30, 2014
01:13 PM

The Tatas have been the biggest recipient of government largesse, and the UPAs decision to auction the building publicly, without 'rights of first refusal to Tatas', possibly caused friction with the Tatas and their subsequently backing Modi.

The Tata empire has been involved in too many scandals in India - starting from the Nano scandal in Gujarat, to being the prime beneficiary in the 2G scandal. It must be investigated.

Misogynist
Chennai, India
D-61/1
Aug 30, 2014
01:08 PM

Males have always been the biggest source of income for govrnments.

Even corrupt governments like Oomen Chandys ( which in malayalam mean rectum ), know that prohibition only further increases the price of liquor.

A government that genuinely cares for its men, must invest in deaddiction centers and rehabilitation centers - which we never hear off. Merely caving in to females and cutting off any pleasurable activity for a male, is misandry.

India has one of the LOWEST per capita consumption of alcohol in the world ( unlike what the antimale media depicts )

Misogynist
Chennai, India
D-60/1
Aug 30, 2014
01:02 PM

The poison of Goddism is sown by parents in childhood. This happens outside the glare of any publicity, but once sown, this evil germinates into full fledged religionism.

False beliefs are the curse of ANY society, and this holds true for goddism as well.

To tackle the evil of religionism, the media should understand and realise that the damage is done at a very young age - once the evil is brainwashed into vulnerable souls.

Misogynist
Chennai, India
D-59/1
Aug 30, 2014
01:02 PM

"Avoid traveling/living/studying/working in India" --Nancy Powell, US ambassador to India.

David Rukstales, Tokyo
D-58/1
Aug 30, 2014
01:01 PM

A Brahmin (Godse) killed Gandhi.
A Brahmin lady (Savita) killed Ambedkar.
Tell Saradha Sudipto/Sahara Subrato/Mamata/BRAHMINS to take their Caste share of land from India and go build their own nation. They're less than 1% in India.
 

David Rukstales, Tokyo
D-57/1
Aug 30, 2014
01:00 PM

"Judges NOT accountable/responsible to anybody in India" --CJI Lodha

David Rukstales, Tokyo
D-56/1
Aug 30, 2014
01:00 PM

Chop off their hands

David Rukstales, Tokyo
D-55/3
Aug 30, 2014
12:59 PM

Chop off their hands

David Rukstales, Tokyo
D-54/3
Aug 30, 2014
12:55 PM

It is laughable that the so-called secularists are so hung on absolute numbers, where as any individual who has studied even 10th standard Math would know the uselessness of absolute numbers. There are a number of factors at play, and in this case, the most important factor is the percentage of Muslim (or Hindu) population. Without this, these numbers are meaningless except in the minds of sickulars who use this to propagandize falsehoods in order to maintain the fake facade of communal harmony.

Ganwaar, Ganwaarpur
D-53/4
Aug 30, 2014
12:55 PM

It'a my personal experience that Dr. Archana Dhawan Bajaj is one of the best IVF specialist in Delhi(India).

soumya singh
New Delhi, India
D-52/2
Aug 30, 2014
12:52 PM

Ganwaar, in the case of Hindu attackers and Muslim victims and vice versa, did you deliberately fail to adjust the numbers for the population percentage of Hindus and Muslims? Or is it that you don't understand how statistics work?

Assuming that the Muslim population is 15-30% of the total population of UP, the number of Muslim attacks on Hindu women is still disproportionately higher than vice versa.

Dishonesty in the cause of religion is a trait increasingly common even among "educated" Muslims.

Ganwaar, Ganwaarpur
D-51/1
Aug 30, 2014
12:48 PM

I Have Petitioned President Obama To Direct Indian Regime To Create A Separate Nation For Untouchable People In India.

wh . gov/lzuAE
 

David Rukstales, Tokyo
D-50/1
Aug 30, 2014
12:46 PM

The education system in India is going from bad to worse. This is going to reflect very badly in Indias future.

Not only are there less people willing to take to teaching, but there are more posts falling vacant. Once again, a damning failure of the government over the decades, to spend more on education rather than defence.

It is like a deteriorating law and order situation that increases rape, and the media then hyperreporting rape alone. This article too has a small agenda, and ignores the failure of the education system itself, and more importantly, the reasons for it.

Misogynist
Chennai, India
D-49/3
Aug 30, 2014
12:44 PM

“The first thing India needs to promulgate is ‘PTI’ – i.e. ‘PROMISE TO IMPLEMENT’ – because there is no point framing ‘RIGHTS’ without having any ‘TEETH’ chew them.”

Rajneesh Batra
New Delhi, India
D-48/1
Aug 30, 2014
12:42 PM

Will the judicial reforms make justice faster or fairer? NO

Judicial reforms are cosmetic. A joke on the Indian people, by the lawyer class that controls Indian politics today. The system can only be as good as the people who man it.

Unless judges are made ACCOUNTABLE, the judiciary will remain suspect in the eyes of the public.

AT LEAST a third of the judges are corrupt. Unless these judges are seen in jail, the people will not regain the trust in the judicial system.

Misogynist
Chennai, India
D-47/2
Aug 30, 2014
12:39 PM

“The condition of extending ‘RTE’ to ‘EWS’ by up-market school has been mischievously fixed like ‘Serving DAAL Free With Chapati Worth Rs. 50 Each’.”

Rajneesh Batra
New Delhi, India
D-46/1
Aug 30, 2014
12:38 PM

After Manmuted Singhs 'degree' balloon burst spectacularly, who wants to study?

No 'business' in India, thrives like politics.

And If you want to enter politics, you either have to be illiterate ( like Modi himself ), or have a law degree ( 90% of his ministers are lawyers ). Or be a feminist power ( with special interest in gender castesim. Modi prefers them, and has allocated 25% of his cabinet on gender basis - a gender which has no interest even in politics! ).

Misogynist
Chennai, India
D-45/3
Aug 30, 2014
12:19 PM

"There's nowhere in the Pakistani culture or the religion of Islam that says child exploitation is allowed – it's completely forbidden."

Really? The Prophet marrying a 6-year old girl was A-OK? The lengths to which Muslims will go to cover up some sickening practices that exist within the religion is amazing!!

Ganwaar, Ganwaarpur
D-44/5
Aug 30, 2014
12:15 PM
Ganwaar,

Yeah right, MMS and PC couldn't turn around the economy when they had the power to do something, but out of power, they've suddenly become magicians!

If you don't want to give someone credit for some achievement, all you have to do is just remain silent. By speaking, you only expose your jealousy and meanness.

Ganwaar, Ganwaarpur
D-43/34
Aug 30, 2014
11:54 AM

Love Jihad was first raised by Christians of Kerala. The Kerala CM even spoke about it in the Kerala Assembly. Thereafter, even HC noted the seriousness of the problem. All our intellectuals had their heads buried in the sand then. Since now Hindus have taken up the issue, all intellectuals, jihadis, media morons and historians have started a chorus saying it does not exist.

http://www.mediacrooks.com/2014/08/medias-love-jehad-denial.html

RSM
Delhi, India
D-42/1
Aug 30, 2014
11:38 AM

It makes me cringe whenever someone mentions Swapandas Gupta as a 'senior journalist'.

He is nothing but a rabid Moditard Bakth.

Misogynist
Chennai, India
D-41/6
Aug 30, 2014
11:37 AM

Modi seems to be singing a different tune on the proposed Asian Investment Bank too. What happened? Was there a hidden fall out between India and China?

Misogynist
Chennai, India
D-40/5
Aug 30, 2014
11:33 AM

"Coincidentally", like Hitler, the Japanese brutalities of the 1940's are well known, and even left a scar on many parts of India! The ONLY way that the Japanese were brought to their senses was by crushing them with two nuclear bombs.

Misogynist
Chennai, India
D-39/33
Aug 30, 2014
11:26 AM

Google Rotherham UK. This is not just an Indian Issue

ANBanerjee
Newcastle, United Kingdom
D-38/10
Aug 30, 2014
10:51 AM

Freedom of  Expression is suppose to offend others. If we are stopped from offending others, citing 'hurting their feelings' than the concept of FoE becomes useless. RGV has every right to say anything and people who feel they are hurt, they should also have every right to respond him in any way they deem correct. 

Mohan, Adiipur
D-37/1
Aug 30, 2014
10:50 AM

Where is Saroja with her calendar of upcoming court cases against the PM?

Whats InAName, San Francisco
D-36/53
Aug 30, 2014
10:48 AM
"Men who write thus should be scared of women" - .... Not Islamic Men !... They can pronounce three times Talak, and then that will be the end of story for their women.... Or for that matter, they marry four times usually, whereas their women can have only one man..... But I do wish women folks in such a situation can retaliate their men reciprocally. But alas, Islam forbids that. It will be death by stoning for the woman.
Pinaki S Ray
Adelaide, Australia
D-35/9
Aug 30, 2014
09:54 AM

First of all, there is no concept of blasphemy in Hinduism. I am all for FOE - let Periyar garland Lord Ram with chappals even though I may not like it. But the problem arises when same bunch of hypocrites become 'oh so sensitive' about other religions but use Hinduism as a football to show their liberal views. When such things happen, Hindus will see to it that FOE goes outt of the window.

RSM, Delhi
D-34/8
Aug 30, 2014
09:31 AM

Why does Outlook cover RGV but not Teesta?

RSM, Delhi
D-33/7
Aug 30, 2014
09:29 AM

Where is the tweet where he calls devotees "morons"?

RSM, Delhi
D-32/5
Aug 30, 2014
09:18 AM

agreed... so here are the combinations: hind-hindi; hindustan-hindustani; bharat-bharateeya; india-indian...whatever u call the country there is simply no scope for chaddiwala mischief here...so why arent they be sshhhh'ed???

safiuddin, warangal
D-31/4
Aug 30, 2014
08:52 AM

#3

Hindi is not a shortened verssion of Hindustani. Hindi means inhabitant of Hind.

R. Saroja
Bombay, India
D-30/3
Aug 30, 2014
08:47 AM

even the pakistanis get offended if you use the shortened version 'paki' to describe them...they consider 'paki'  a slur and insist that we call them pakistanis...whts happened to us hindustanis??? why is our shortened version being encouraged???

safiuddin, warangal
D-29/32
Aug 30, 2014
08:40 AM

According to Learn and Return’s calculations, “[m]ore than 1000 [Jewish] girls a year are trapped in Arab villages,” lured in with “gifts and flattery” by “Arab men, often pretending to be Jewish.” (For a mere $1000 donation, you can sponsor the rescue of one girl.)

As evidence of the alarming trend, the site directs us to a 2012 “Knesset Report on the Welfare of the Child” - which in addition to not being an official report also happens not to corroborate the organisation’s claims.

http://www.middleeasteye.net/columns/fighting-palestinian-flower-terror-1597574030#sthash.2a1uYyTD.dpuf

R. Saroja
Bombay, India
D-28/23
Aug 30, 2014
08:14 AM

Gandhi had another obsession- enemas! He would suggest enemas to any and everybody for any ailment. Kasturba had plenty before she died. He himself suffered acute appendicitis when he was in Yerwada prison. He treated himself with enemas and declined treatment till it was quite late. At last he had to accept surgery when it became unbearble and therefore inevitable. On his consent,  he was operated by a British district surgeon in those days of pre-antibiotics. It took a month or more before he recovered. It's a miracle that he survived the complications of late surgery.The biopsy reported pin worms in the appendix. I wonder what would have happened if he died of complications of the disease/surgery. 

sandilya
Chennai, India
D-27/6
Aug 30, 2014
06:40 AM

What next..., A blockbuster movie about "Nirbhaya"?

K Sinha, Phoenix
D-26/5
Aug 30, 2014
05:58 AM

He should have freedom to be an IDIOT!

Pramod, Tucson
D-25/52
Aug 30, 2014
05:02 AM

Reciprociry is the cornerstone of all relations. Thats the most effective tool we have to send a message to the other party. Only surrendered and defeated people or subjugated people cannot reciprocate.

 Treat Muslims just as they treat non-muslims. India has to treat muslims in India just as muslims have treated Hindus in every muslim majority and ruled area from Pakistan to Bangladesh to Kashmir valley in India. If muslims can't change , why should Hindus in India share space with them after India has been divided in 1947 on the basis of religion and Hindus exterminated in muslim areas ?

India have treated muslims in India just as it wanted Hindus to be treated in Pakistan, Bangladesh. Did it work ? Hindus stand decimated by muslims in all muslim majority and ruled areas.  If you want to prevent a repeat partition of India and genocide of Hindus then eithet muslims of south asis change the ways they collectively operate or muslims should confine to Pakistan and Bangladesh  and move there.

SaachBolo
SaachGarh, India
D-24/51
Aug 30, 2014
04:35 AM
Following the link in #46/D-105 (courtesy Saachbolo from whom I learnt also about the 'Jaichand' Joginder Mondal's crucial role behind the scene to the creation of Pakistan) one reads the nailing point of Jinnah's address to the East Bengali Muslims ... "But let me make it clear to you that the state language of Pakistan is going to be Urdu and no [255] other language. Anyone who tries to mislead [you] is merely the enemy of Pakistan."... This brings to the fore what sort of a Hindu hater at heart Jinnah was. Amazing, the Muslim Bengalis were in vast majority in Pakistan and he wanted to disenfranchise their language ! Of course this shows that he considered them as "converts" clinging to their original Hindu mother-tongue.... That hatred triggered the beginning of the end of "Jinnah's Pakistan" as history recorded the hateful saga. And no mention of the blood bath of Hindu Bengalis in Noakhali in the hands of Muslims to which the Indian State at that time capitulated as a coward.
Pinaki S Ray
Adelaide, Australia
D-23/4
Aug 30, 2014
03:59 AM

3 D Anwaar

Do MMS and PC know?

Misogynist, Chennai
D-22/2
Aug 30, 2014
03:45 AM

It is all semantic.  You can believe whatever you want to be.  It is said that if you are not happy who you are, you can never be successful. 

P.B. Joshipura, Suffolk, Virginia
D-21/2
Aug 30, 2014
03:28 AM

Modi should remember that in Pakistan PMs or Prsidents are never in power.  It is the military Hunta which decides what should be done and what shouldn't be done.  Hence any impression he got from talking to Mr. Sharif is meaningless.

P.B. Joshipura, Suffolk, Virginia
D-20/4
Aug 30, 2014
03:23 AM

When you can speak from Lal Killah without notes, any answer you give will seem pre-canned.  Un-canny ability of Narendra Modi.  Seldom seen on Indian political scene.  Bravo. 

P.B. Joshipura
Suffolk, Virginia, United States
D-19/2
Aug 30, 2014
03:13 AM

Kidnapped on August 4 and raped till now?

LIES!

Women who LIE in order to fulfill malicious intent, and to defame males, must have their tongues chopped and boiling oil must be poured into their cu*ts.

Misogynist, Chennai
D-18/5
Aug 30, 2014
02:47 AM
The article with its sardonic humour does a great job of describing the scene of the Hyderabadi arriviste at play. Some of the sights at the club may even have been cringe inducing. However, I for one, welcome the club as it provides relief from the so-called Bollywood disco beats. That self appointed protector of morals, Devi should focus on real issues relating to poverty and/or get a life, and not be judgmental on the dating habits of well heeled youngsters. And under what authority can the Police Commissioner issue orders to restrict gainful employment to hard working women wishing to waitress in the so called "Playboy" clubs? Really, what a bunch of busy bodies!!!
Raja Panwar
Edmonton, Canada
D-17/31
Aug 30, 2014
02:33 AM

>> Hindu women come readily to us because after conversion we facilitate their marriages to Muslims

Maybe when Saroja said that conversion to Islam is easy, she was talking about Paki laws, and secretly hoping that they shall be implemented in India too.

Whats InAName
San Francisco, United States
D-16/3
Aug 30, 2014
02:12 AM

Happy Ganesh Chaturthi everyone!

Anwaar, Dallas
D-15/3
Aug 30, 2014
02:09 AM


Thanks to MMS and PC!
 

Anwaar, Dallas
D-14/4
Aug 30, 2014
02:07 AM


Akash Verma,

>> "Obama makes Manmohan SIngh look decisive and tough."

A decisive readiness to be aggressive anywhere anytime would be the only policy acceptable to Bush-tards like you!

Anwaar, Dallas
D-13/7
Aug 30, 2014
02:06 AM

Nice article. I have experienced it.

sankar
Pondicherry, India
D-12/3
Aug 30, 2014
02:03 AM


Akash Vema,

>> "Obama's admittance that he does not have a strategy on ISIS."

You lying is in Fox News style! Obama has a well-defined stratedy on ISIS in Iraq. He and his team are working on a strategy on ISIS in Syria.

Anwaar, Dallas
D-11/50
Aug 30, 2014
01:54 AM