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The story of three young boys and a shootout at Writer’s building

By   /  December 12, 2008  /  Uncategorized  /  13 Comments

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8 Dec 1930. Calcutta Writer’s building, the administrative powerhouse of Bengal, was abuzz with daily activities. As usual there were a lot of people- British Officers, Gentry, Bengali gentlemen and clerks and the day looked like just any other day. One could hardly imagine on such an ordinary day that something extraordinary was just about […]

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Is this our biggest humiliation after the defeat of 1962?

By   /  December 1, 2008  /  Breaking News, India, News, Politics  /  13 Comments

Is the attack or rather say, massacre at Mumbai the most humiliating incidence in Indian history after the defeat of 1962 ? I was not born much after the China War but my parents recall how great was the feeling of humiliation in India at that time, a black stain on the conscience which was […]

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A tight slap on the face of India, that is Bharat !

By   /  November 28, 2008  /  India, News, Politics  /  14 Comments

In all probabilities, I will be lynched to say this but this is something I must do. Yes, India has been slapped hard on face and we Indians can do nothing except smarting under the insult. When I was looking at the visuals showing the Tajmahal Hotel in flames, this was the exact thought in […]

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If Inspector M.C.Sharma would have been alive…..

By   /  September 24, 2008  /  India, Politics  /  3 Comments

He and his team would have been lynched by the (Pseudo) Secular and human Right wolves by now. We both know Secularists would have raised so much of stink with the ever obliging MSM digging all the records of M C Sharma’s alleged links with Underworld! By now CNN IBN would have dug up the […]

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Waiting for Khudiram – 100 years

By   /  August 10, 2008  /  History, India  /  12 Comments

“One & half years from now I shall be born in the aunt’s hut if you tend to forget me then O mother! Look at my neck for the hangman’s halter.” (Ek baar bidaai deo maa, ghure aashhi…) 100 years ago on 11th August, 1908, a young boy of 19 years of age went to […]

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