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Indian IRONY – Post Mumbai Terror Attacks

Posted by Sathyamurthy www.sathyamurthy.com on December 3, 2008

Post Mumbai Terror, there is a new found, but very justified love for the Indian Army.  They are at last kept at the esteem they deserve.  Here is a question to ponder that I received on my email.

An Olympic shooter wins Gold (Only a game) & Government gives him 3 Crores

Another Shooter dies, fighting with terrorists (Saving our country and our live) & government pays his family 5 lakhs.

Another irony of India is that the Chief Minister of Kerala, who ridiculed the father of slain Major Sundeep Unnikrishnan, went to the Late Major's house with his security guards and sniffer dogs to ensure that the place was secure enough for him to visit.  When that is the case why should the Late Major's father allow this Cheap Minister get in?


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Chaos Theory in action?

Posted by Sathyamurthy www.sathyamurthy.com on October 23, 2008

No, I am not talking about Kamal Hasan's magnum opus "Dasavatharam".  Its all about Nano that Mamta said "Nah, No" and Modi said "Wah, Aah".
Anand in Sanand while sadness in Singur

Nano has moved out of Singur and with it, the hopes of landowners in and around Singur. As per reports, real estate prices have come crashing down in this town of the state of West Bengal on account of pullout of the project. A handful of brokers that had cornered a huge chunk of land and had rode the wave of prosperity over the past of couple of years are now finding it hard to sell the same even at vastly reduced prices. This has however proved to be a blessing in disguise for people owning land near Sanand in Gujarat, the new home of the project. Despite lying on the outskirts of the city of Ahmedabad, where real estate has taken a real beating, some brokers are hopeful that the relocation of the plant would give a much-needed boost to the real estate scenario even in the heart of the city. This is indeed a testimony to how one big thing could lead to another. Some politicians in West Bengal however chose to go the other way.

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