- Apr 11, 2007
Good initiative by DD. Daily updates from people on the ground
Didn't listen to the video did you ?Like one day we'll have a Ram temple at Ayodhya. Promises win votes, actions don't.
These are tactics to divert attention from real issues of economy.
Yeah right!a vibrant free press
Like this govt is answering to Economic crisis, PMC bank crisis, effects of demonetisation, occurrences of lynching, FIRs against celebrities who dare to write a letter to the PM, etc.Shah said the hurdles in the development of Kashmir had been erased with the abrogation of Article 370 that gave the erstwhile state a special status.economictimes.indiatimes.com
This one by the home minister is positive.
370 is his baby, he will have to answer if things don't pan out.
Who told you that he is the next PM?His future as possible PM is on the line.
We still have a free press. And the rank was the same during the UPA era as well.
Start a thread about it and you won't have to hijack what i say with irrelevant replies.Like this govt is answering to Economic crisis, PMC bank crisis, effects of demonetisation, occurrences of lynching, FIRs against celebrities who dare to write a letter to the PM, etc.
He's #2. Initially i saw him as just a campaign manager, He's evidently a lot more than that.Who told you that he is the next PM?
And was it a normal state ? When the rest of the country moved on by leaps & bounds that place is still stuck in the 90s. You think this is acceptable.And I don't understand why you are so excited about Kashmir. It was part of India before removal of 370 too. I would like to know how you would feel if your home state is under curfew with no phone and no internet for three months.
I don't see him standing down but I'm sure Modi's corporate handlers would let him be martyred if that is to their advantage. He's is the perfect expendable stooge.Should Modi stand down he will likely be the replacement. Should Modi lose the next general election he will be the leader of the opposition like Advani was.
The rest of the country was moving by leaps and bounds before this government came into picture. Now it is regressing socially and economically.And was it a normal state ? When the rest of the country moved on by leaps & bounds that place is still stuck in the 90s. You think this is acceptable.
Thanks for the distract. Keep it up. NRC and evil terrorist bangladeshi immigrants need to be brought up too.The way Delhi was managing it meant there would never be any progress. Until this govt changed the equation. It remains to be seen whether things will change or not but so far the planning has been meticulous and the timing exquisite. Not a single casualty to date That is two months on. The most peaceful time J&K has ever seen since 1988.
Major policy move enacted in less than a hundred days after coming to office. The exuberance is starting to die down now but i'd call it surgical strike #3 against the Paks. How they howled
As for no phone and internet. If it saves lives then its worth it. That is the bottom line.
Btw you are slightly incorrect here. Only the internet is out. Landlines were operational within a couple of weeks after Aug 5. And post paid mobile service has been restored this week. And there was a grenade attack on the day itself. Any connection. The mobile operators lose 2cr. per day and must have lobbied heavily.
What curfew. There is no curfew. There are restrictions that too relaxed during certain times of the day. The 'curfew' in place is one imposed by the enforcers of the Muftis, Abdullas and separatists. They have called some bandh and the price for breaking it is death as we found out with a couple of shop keepers that defied the ban.
Prohibitory orders in 8 out of 190 police districts.
Nov 05 will make 3 months btw
Going by the headlines of last few days, the entire state of Jammu-Kashmir appsears to be on the boil, with anti-India protests everywhere, stone-pelting, police firing, terrorist encounters… And that’s exactly what they want us to think – us, the people outside the state in India and abroad...www.jammukashmirnow.com
I saw this journalist on a LSTV show a couple of years ago and she changed my mind how J&K was being reported to the rest of India. All we got was what the regime there wanted us to hear. The whole scam is being systematically exposed since. The problem in J&K is 90% the result of Delhi's policies. By the mid 90's it was clear insurgency would not succeed. People then figured they should get rich out of it. Centre obliged. We funded the insurgency because the intel people thought corrupting people was the best way to keep them in line. I find it amazing how similar the trajectory of Kashmir & Afghanistan have been . The Paks successfully screwed both Indians and Americans.
Time for some pay back. Let's keep them pinned in the FATF grey list for the next ten years.
It helps to have a succession plan in place. Something Congress should have thought more about.I don't see him standing down but I'm sure Modi's corporate handlers would let him be martyred if that is to their advantage. He's is the perfect expendable stooge.
4 out of 10 Indians going by the mandate disagrees. Who can blame them given the oppositionThe rest of the country was moving by leaps and bounds before this government came into picture. Now it is regressing socially and economically.
It was meant to inform since you know nothing about the subject. You did askThanks for the distract. Keep it up. NRC and evil terrorist bangladeshi immigrants need to be brought up too.