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Expert Opinions - The Ballot shock: My response to the Lok Sabha Elections 2009
Prof. K. C. Abraham
The results of the Lok Sabha elections sent shockwaves across the country. It proved wrong all predictions, opinion surveys and exit polls. The results were a stunning outcome ..
Random Thoughts - Random Thoughts
D Dhanuraj
I was surprised by the statement of CJI that only 5 % of the cases in India are settled using ADR mechanisms. In a country like India where 30 million cases are awaiting the final judgement, this figure is painful.
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D Dhanuraj
Hoopla around Delhi commonwealth games are on every day's headlines. Many doubt whether it would happen or not, while a few claim it would be as scheduled
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D Dhanuraj
This year also, monsoon shocked the Indian economy! Government declared 246 districts as drought hit districts. There are already 250 districts in India which are prone to Naxalist attacks.
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D Dhanuraj
Debate or no debate, our MPs know the art of walk outs whenever they are on the fringes of history making: be it on nuclear deal or Women's reservation Bill.
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D Dhanuraj
In the recent years, union budgets always attracted media attention. This year too, lot of hype was built around the budget before its presentation.
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D Dhanuraj
The other day my brother asked me to pay the CESS for the two wheeler that I use. For many days he repeated the advice and I decided to visit the Road Transport office (RTO) which is on my way to the office.
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D Dhanuraj
Reading the mindset of the electoral class of India needs prodigious skill thanks to diversity not only in the topography of the subcontinent but also of the emergence of local and regional parties.
Editor's Corner - The Fourth Estate
Saritha Varma
After the French Revolution, Edmund Burke, looking at the Press Gallery of the House of Commons, said, 'Yonder sits the Fourth Estate, and they are more important than them all.'
Editor's Corner - Grievances of the Customers of the Government of India
Saritha Varma
All citizens of this country are customers of the Government of India and in this role; most of us get treated as if it is a sin to be customers in need of a service.
Editor's Corner - Waste Management Woes of Bangalore
Saritha Varma
Living in Bangalore, India's Silicon Valley and known as the garden city, for the last six years has been largely a matter of pleasure thanks to its excellent climate, its nice people and its close proximity to home.
Editor's Corner - India's Mandate 2009
Saritha Varma
As I write, the results of the general elections are still coming in thick and fast. But the conclusion has been made and Pratibha Patil must be relieved that her job in deciding to call which party to take


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