Will India win the World Cup?


India the champions of 1983 are still waiting to win another one and hopefully this will be the cup and year when we can win our second World Cup. We really wish and hope that the team does well and make us proud in the world. Kapil’s men won us the world cup when they were not expected to win and since than we have come so close yet so far to win another for another two decades. Dravid has a great team and all the stats and figure will show we are one of the favourites to win the cup this time. But what I really do not understand we Indians take this game so seriously that we put undue pressure on the team. One thing which I do not like is the unnecessary things we do like performing yagnas and puja in church, masjid and temples. I would rather like those enthusiastic youths to do some real social work and does some charity work for the poor and needy. They should help each other and make sure India shows to the other World that her citizens are real human beings who love and care about other fellow citizens.

I would really like to wish India to win the cup but with the start they have against Bangladesh it does not look good. Let’s not lose hope and think that it was a minor bleep and we will learn from our mistake and get our acts together. The team should make a serious effort and regroup themselves so that they can win the rest of their matches. We are still with the team and would be with them through thick and thin and wish them all the success.

Come on India show the entire world how good you are and why we are so proud of you’ll. 


Why Brand Lalu so popular with NRIs?

Lalu yadav could not attend three day Pravasi celebrations in New Delhi as he had to go to Assam where the ULFA militants have gun down 57 Biharis working as labourer.
This was a much more important thing in his diary than the celebrations and moreover he hadn’t confirmed his availability. But whatever the situation the NRIs as well as students and professors from top institues in India. Most of the NRIS who have come from places like USA, France Britain wanted to see him and hear him speak about the challenges he faced with Indian Railways and how he changed this to profit making company. We would like to know from our readers why the brand Lalu so famous and is it good or bad for the country. To help you’ss some of the views of the NRIs are as follows :

B Bhuta, who has come all the way from USA, the absence of the former Bihar CM was much felt: “I was looking forward to hearing the Railways Minister speak. I am quite disappointed that he couldn’t make it,”

Menicka Guness from Mauritius, echoing Bhuta’s sentiment, said she too was keen on hearing the minister speak. She particularly wanted to hear him share some interesting insights on the Railways turnaround story.

A K Dey, who has travelled from France, said he was eager to know how the husband-wife power duo in the form of Lalu-Rabri managed to keep a balance at home.

Is there any Humans left in Pakistani Army?


Events of Kargil war is still alive with most of Indians who still cannot forgive Pakistan for their act of cowardism. But events like this makes us more determined to hate them more than before. I would like to request all our readers to express their views whether Indian or not. If you are a Human being and would like to be treated as one please express your solidarity and views so that we can show the Pakistani Govt to take action against the guilty of this cruel event.

Lt. Saurabh Kalia of 4 JAT Regiment of the Indian Army laid down his life at the young age of 22 for the nation while guarding the frontiers at Kargil.His parents, indeed the Indian Army and nation itself, lost a dedicated, honest and brave son.He was the first officer to detect and inform about Pakistani intrusion. Pakistan captured him and his patrol party of 5 brave   men alive on May 15, 1999 from the Indian side of LOC. They were kept in captivity for three weeks and subjected to unprecedented  brutal torture, evident from their bodies handed over by Pakistan Army on June 9, 1999. The Pakistanis indulged in dastardly acts of inflicting burns on these Indian officers with cigarettes, piercing their ears with hot rods, removing their eyes before puncturing them and breaking most of the bones and teeth. They even chopped off various limbs and private organs of the Indian soldiers besides inflicting unimaginable physical and mental torture.

After 22 days of torture, the brave soldiers were ultimately shot dead. A detailed post-mortem report is with the Indian Army. Pakistan dared to humiliate India this way flouting all international norms.They proved the extent to which they can degrade humanity. However,the Indian soldiers did not break while undergoing all this unimaginable barbarism,which speaks volumes  of their patriotism,grit, determination, tenacity and valour-something all of India should be  proud of.Sacrificing oneself for the nation is an honour every soldier would be proud of, but no parent, army or nation can accept what happened to these brave sons of India. I am afraid every parent may think twice to send their child in the armed forces if we all fall short of our duty  in safeguarding the PRISONERS OF WAR AND LET THEM MEET THE FATE OF LT.SAURABH KALIA.
It may also send a demoralising signal to the army personnel fighting for the Nation that our POWs in Pak cannot be taken care of. It is a matter of shame and disgust that most of
Indian Human Rights Organisations by and large, showed apathy in this matter. 

Through this humble submission, may I appeal to all the civilized people irrespective of colour, caste, region, religion and political lineage to stir their conscience and rise to take this as a NATIONAL ISSUE !!! International Human Rights Organizations must be approached to expose and pressure Pakistan to identify, book and punish all those who perpetrated this heinous crime to our men in uniform. If Pakistan is allowed to go unpunished in this case, we can only imagine the consequences. Below is the list of 5 other soldiers who preferred to die for the country rather than open their mouths in front of enemy –  

1. Sep. Arjun Ram s/o Sh. Chokka Ram; Village & PO
Gudi. Teh. & Dist.
Nagaur, (Rajasthan)

2. Sep. Bhanwar Lal Bagaria h/o Smt. Santosh Devi;
Village Sivelara;Teh.&
Dist.Sikar (Rajasthan)
3. Sep. Bhikaram h/o Smt. Bhawri Devi; Village
Patasar; Teh.  
Pachpatva;Distt.Barmer (Rajasthan)

4. Sep. Moola Ram h/o Smt. Rameshwari Devi; Village
Katori; Teh. Jayal;Dist.

5. Sep. Naresh Singh h/o Smt. Kalpana Devi; Village
Chhoti Tallam;
Teh.Iglab; Dist.Aligarh (UP)

Please express your view by giving your name and also ask your friends and relatives to do the same. Lets us give a supporting hand to the family of all the soldiers who would have gone through a similar situation.

JAI HIND ….Victory to India  !! 

Is Bihar Govt. going MNC route?


Bihar CM Nitish Kumar has given his nod for 5 days working for all Govt. offices in Bihar. Instead of working from Monday to Saturday from 10am to 5pm they will now work from Monday to Friday 9.30am to 6.00pm. This is a great idea and if it really works than we will see a new dimension of all Govt offices. I think it will work provided the Govt. servants really take positives out of it and work really hard to achieve CM’s goal.

The Govt has also planned to reduce the CL as the number of days they are working is also reduced there by the Govt. can get more work from their employees. In paper it is a brillian idea and everyone should work for its success. This system has worked really well for all MNC and software companies in India. These companies are nowadays the back bone of oue ever growing economy so lets hope the Govt firms also help to make India more strong and successful.

The only thing which worries me is Bihar is considered to be a state with very poor literacy rate and yet two of their leaders Lalu Yadav and Nitish Kumar have come out with ideas which is really admirable. I really want all the States in India to think in similar way and develop their own states so that ultimately it will make India a very sucessful and developed country in the World. After Lalu Yadav revamped the Indian Railways it is now Nitish who is trying to revamp the backward state of Bihar and bring back her past glory. Best of luck to Nitish and the people of Bihar.

Will Fernandes join Mulayam or start his party SP?

https://i1.wp.com/www.dailytimes.com.pk/images/2003/10/10/10_10_2003_George-Fernandes.jpg https://i1.wp.com/www.newkerala.net/april/images/nitish-kumar-1.jpg

The ever growing conflict between current Bihar chief minister Nitish kumar and George Fernandes has taken a new low after Fernandes said to the reporter that he did not care if BJP sharad Yadav or Nitish Kumar did not like him joining Mulayam. He said that BJP would definitely not like the idea of him being close to Mulayam but He said that he does not care aabout anyone or any party and would stand by Mulayam who stood by him during Tehlka controversy. He said they have stood by each other for fourty years and they are true socialists. He even did not deny that he might join SJP he even said that he might relaunch is Samata Party. He clearly was not happy of the fact that the man who he brought into politics and after three year of real fight to defeat Lalu Nitish has forgotten him and has helped Sharad Yadav to win the party president post. He is really annoyed of him being sidelined and now wants to prove a point. He even did not bother to leave the conveyer post of NDA. But will his departure make any difference to JD (U) or BJP. Is he a spent force?

Is Lalu the New face of Indian Politics?


Lalu Yaday the former CM of BIhar and the present railway minsister of India is again in the media for something we are not very familiar. This time he is praised by many of his critics and been hailed by most intellectuals for his profit oriented plans for Indian railways. The Railways which was undergoing severe loss in 2001 has now been changed to a profit making organisation this is been studied closely by many institutions like IIM and universities across the World. Even the Harvard University is plannins a seminar in Delhi to hear Lalu’s view on management and economy.

the most surprising thing is Lalu who is well known in India for his scams and corruption has really managed to stop most of the corruptions in Railways and have made it transparent and people can see the difference. His famous line is if we do not milk a cow she will be sick. Same logic he has used to indian railways and it has proved to be a successful theory. Many analyst feels that since his change in image is appreciated by all over India and people are taking him seriously as a national leader he might well pull few strings and may become the next PM of India. With the congress not gaining much in the grasrrot level and the BJP still finding for some great leader it is likely that without these major parties gaining much He might capitalise and may become too strong by next general election. time will only tell whether he will become the PM of India but his records as railway Minsiter is definitely helping him to gain support from literate mass.

Bihar’s street fight in Delhi’s Parliament

Today was the black day in India’s parliament’s history, it all started when a Janta Dal (united) MP brought up the point that the central Govt was interfering in Bihar and was trying to save some relative of lalu yadav. He aleged that the rape case of seven ladies shown in the media were the acts of previous RJD govt and its leaders. This did not go well and the RJD MPs started to shout and trying to make their point that it was nothing to do with them rather Nitish Govt was responsible for this shameless act. The JD(u) MP Prabhunath Singh even directly took Lalu’s name and used foul language in return lalu also was very angry and abused the Prabhunath Singh. The speaker tried his best to stop this mess but unfortunately all his pleas fell to deaf ears and thus he had to adjourn the house. But as soon as the speaker left the house RJD MP Sadhu Yadav and Prabhunath caught each others collar and Sadhu yadav was about to punch Prabhunath but by than some other MPs came in between and tried to stop this mess. It took atleast 15 minutes to stop this fighting.

But can anyone tell me what happened to the real issue of those seven ladies who were raped, did anyone even bother to give justice to these poor ladies. It is really a shame to say that we have voted these MPs who make laws for us and they themselves break and do not bother to follow. My request to all the voters of Bihar please cast your vote to the right leader irrespective of any party. It was really a blot on the parliament’s history and we should all be ashamed as we had elected these leaders to represent us. What is your view on this street fight in Parliament?