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This is a conversation from way back in 2007. What is your take on what Bush said with regards to the "broken egg - cracked egg analogy" (watch the video provided below)? How different is Obama's current policy in comparison to Bush's ludicrous policy, on this particular matter, anyway?

Credits: Poster idea conceptualized and implemented by me fully based on Illustration, Design idea/tutorial by – Majk (Prowseed)

Check out that “analogy” talk in this interview with George Bush – broken egg – cracked egg analogy

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AL(ien) Pacino

Ready to pay the price for the faulty nuclear policy?

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Green Economy

Posted: April 9, 2010 in People, Political, Social
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Would it solve the poverty issues in developing countries?

Business Week-http://www.businessweek.com/managing/content/jan2008/ca2008018_005632.htm

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"The Big Blunder"

The lottery-cum-rotation policy of the bill is highly dangerous for the democracy in this country.

3 Reasons why the bill is dangerous:

1) Firstly: anybody who is successful in standing for the elections under this bill (winner or loser) cannot stand again for another 15 years! Rotation policy fail.

2) Constituencies are rotated every election! Rotation of reserved constituencies in every election would only reduce the incentive for an MP to work for his constituency as he may be ineligible to seek re-election from that constituency.

3) Election of female “proxy” (wife or daughter) by the male counterparts is not far from happening!

[Credits for above reasons: Global Voices Online]

This whole pressured mess of creating a bill could have been avoided and the bill could have been passed much earlier if only the drafters had followed a system alternative to the lottery-cum-rotation system.

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The Sena is being searched about on Google more than the BJP or the Congress! Hmm...Interesting trends.

Conceptualized, designed and implemented by me

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The Master and his puppets..

Posted: February 18, 2010 in Political, Social
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"The Annoying Sena"

Oh yes, the Sena have got the control of the "knob". And we are equivalent to the Earth (that includes the government, the people, the media).

Conceptualized, designed and implemented by me.

Credits for pictures: photobucket.com, School of Geosciences

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"The Book on Religious Tolerance"

The book that everybody has read but has never pondered much about.

Designed and implemented by me (Sudarshan).

Dhar, Madhya Pradesh.

Just ahead of the 2004 general election, a saffron outfit decided to push the Hindutva agenda in Dhar, Madhya Pradesh, for some extra mileage.

The centuries-old Bhojshala complex, where Muslims prayed every Friday, should be converted into a temple and Muslims banned, the Hindu Jagran Manch declared, because inscriptions inside suggested it was once a Sanskrit college and even housed an idol of Saraswati.

Six years later, the saffron agenda had backfired.

Hindus and Muslims were both praying at the ancient stone structure, in a remarkable show of communal harmony in a traditionally restive town. Hindus pray to Saraswati on Tuesdays; Muslims to Allah on Fridays.

The issue is considered settled and no one wants to discuss it any more. No one wants a repeat of the unrest hat unfollowed the 2003 campaign.

For two months, as curfew was repeatedly imposed and skirmishes heightened the tension, shops stayed shut for days at a time in the commercial town.

Wounds that had been healing since the Ayodhya mosque demolition thirteen years earlier were reopened.

And business was lousy.

Rohit Jai (29), who runs a furniture shop on the road leading to Bhojshala, said he remembers how every argument on the street was fraught with danger. ‘We were pulled back at least a hundred years in terms of progress because of the tension. Those curfews are no good for our business,’ he said.

The town, 248 kms south-west of the capital Bhopal, remains wary of politicians.

‘They come before the elections and say things to get votes. We are left to suffer the consequences,’ said Munshi Mohammed Dharvi (65).

‘If I had my way,’ added Jain, as he sipped tea with Mohammad Rizvi (35), who owns a furniture shop next door, ‘I would convert the structure into a school or hospital.’

Story credits – Piyusha Chatterjee (for India Yatra)

Other credits – dafont.com, psdtuts+

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