Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Naxal Ram talks through letters to himself

Although JD(S) betrays trust, it is BJP which loses credibility in the red rag. Naxal Ram, you are wrong. You are the one losing credibility as evident by the whopping 14% drop in readership.

The Hindu : Opinion / Letters to the Editor : Karnataka politics
The Bharatiya Janata Party has lost its credibility by once again joining hands with the Janata Dal (Secular) — which, it alleged only three weeks ago, had betrayed its trust by refusing to hand over power after 20 months of being at the helm.

The Hindu : Opinion / Editorials : Constitutionalism and morality
In the process, the JD(S) has come out with its credibility badly damaged.

3 comments:

Prudent Indian said...

Hi! Great to see u back in action.Happy festive season. PI.

Anonymous said...

The basic problem is that Chindu (and the associated secular mafia) has never been able to come to terms with the fact that BJP emerged as the single largest party, with the maximum no. of elected legislative members (although lacking in absolute majority). All the political arguments are convoluted to justify denying power to BJP.

A BJP CM, hardly a few hundred km from Chindu's HQ at Chennai - that would be a calamity and catastrophe as far as the Chief is concerned.

Anonymous said...

See Prakash Karat's picture daily on the front page of The Hindu, India's national newspaper. This saturday, he appears on two front page stories. The old lady of Mount Road cannot have enough of this young man.