UlanBatori wrote:Disgusting that Malloostan and TN seem to be only exceptions.
even here peoples forget AP which is giving a grand 000000
Cain Marko wrote:You do not find it offensive, you use terms lawd and gawd as you wish. So who is enforcing their personal nuances of language on others in a public space? It is clearly evident that there are some at least on this forum that are being hurt by said terminology and expressing this in polite requests. personal inclinations are not the only things to consider when in public spaces.
khatvaanga wrote:UlanBatori wrote:Disgusting that Malloostan and TN seem to be only exceptions.
even here peoples forget AP which is giving a grand 000000
salaam wrote:Ravish Kumar, burnol moment.
https://twitter.com/dhaval241086/status ... 51361?s=21
Mukesh.Kumar wrote:ShyamSP wrote:
CVoter predicts UPA-MGB 170 . They can easily pull in 100 more. Sonia is planning to to meet Kalam and bid for PM.
You mean President Kovind
pankajs wrote:Karan M wrote:
Who? Time to savor unicorn tears, they are delish.
Yes please ... with links to save us time.
More vijaita singh Retweeted Shreya Dhoundial
Same story in my family. Finally decided to not talk politics at home. Cant tell you the kind of WhatsApp garbage they consume and believe in. I lost count of all the fact-checks, then gave up.vijaita singh added,
Kya samay aa gaya hai !!
Impossible to have a civilized political debate even with your family.
My dad has just called me 'Khan Market Gang' and banged the phone on me
And response to them from another piglet
vijaita singh Retweeted
More Marya Shakil Retweeted vijaita singh
school and college friends aswell...’no politics talk’ policy is being followed now. It seems one can’t have sane debates anymore. I miss ‘agree to disagree’Marya Shakil added,
To be frank, I am concerned not as much with your opinion as I am with Mahadev's opinion. I am sure it would be the same for you and any one else. If you can show that Mahadev himself has been diminished by my post, I'll delete it. If you can show that you somehow represent Mahadev's viewpoint, I'll delete the post. (I am not being facetious here). If the above cannot be shown, it is really a matter of your personal opinion and viewpoint and not Mahadev's (and I think you would agree with this).Cain Marko wrote: Ultimately this is not about how devoted someone is to a particular icon, nobody is judging that. It is mainly about the fact that folks do find certain public statements offensive. If it was a private situation, it would be a different matter. To each their own and all that.
Considering that some of your fellow brfites find your choice of words offensive, would you not as a courtesy, edit them? Just a request that's all.
chetak wrote:r nob is saying on tv that pappu is leaving for london tonight.
his han friends must have gathered with the good stuff.
SwamyG wrote:UlanBatori wrote:Disgusting that Malloostan and TN seem to be only exceptions.
Saffornization is happening. Wait saar.
saip wrote:With this hopefully the dynastic politics are over and Rahul will retire to Columbia and Sonia to Italy, Vadra and Priyanka to somewhere far, far away, never to be seen and never to be heard in Bharat Mata.
chetak wrote:this is a paki run channel, possibly in canada, I am not sure about the location and it seems to be dated
Why is there demonizing for Hindus and Modi Ji - Bilatakalluf Discussion with Tahir Gora @TAG TV
OmkarC wrote:All in all, I hope Chandranna suffers the ignominy of defeat at national and state levels leading to his political wipe-out from AP.
khatvaanga wrote:OmkarC wrote:All in all, I hope Chandranna suffers the ignominy of defeat at national and state levels leading to his political wipe-out from AP.
best case for all of india. irrelevancy of telugu states but strong central govt.
YumKay wrote:Mukesh.Kumar wrote:
You mean President Kovind
No no president Kalam onlee ... Ab to parlok me hi pappu ke liye umeed bachi hai.
BBC stoops to new low as it pushes its political agenda of creating a North-South divide even in IPL.....Mumbai Indians vs Chennai Super Kings IPL Final
"In Modi rule how can an Ambani team ever loose ?"
In another incident BBC, which is peddles itself as a respected media organization has tweeted, in a desperate attempt to give a news item a shadow of their strong political bias.
IPL 2019 मुंबई इंडियंस-चेन्नई सुपरकिंग्स: 'मोदी राज में अंबानी की टीम कैसे हार सकती है?' https://t.co/IZDXgkSF0i
— BBC News Hindi (@BBCHindi) May 12, 2019
BBC’s agenda-driven journalism is hidden from no one so it is not exactly a surprise that they chose to mislead their readers on a sports news coloring it with political tones. This is no innocent mistake but deliberate agenda peddling in the middle of elections and such attempts can just be a product of sheer desperation to soothe their political biases or to please their political overlords.
BBC had earlier released a bogus report on fake news. In their report, they accused many reputed news media websites and famous personalities of spreading fake news. In their report titled, “Beyond Fake News”, BBC concluded that the maximum amount of fake news in India was being circulated in the name of nationalism and PM Modi. However, after receiving massive flak from users over social media the report was taken down.
Terming any centre-right organization or personality as fake news peddler speaks lengths of the ‘neutrality’ that organizations like BBC claim to wield.
However, with the advent of social media free run for these ‘journalists’ is no longer possible. This digitization not only helped politicians, journalist and others in connecting with millions with just a click of a button but also opened a two-way street for these millions to voice their opinions independently without interference or screening by any middleman and also to debunk white lies and pushed through these channels.
Loss of monopoly over media didn’t go down well with the elite groups who have now employed a different strategy, to discredit these online communities and personalities. Usage of proxies with ulterior motives to target these communities and personalities which are followed by millions of Indians seems to be the new strategy employed by these elites and their overlords.
Nonetheless, to put biased political colours on sports and other non-political domains is being used as a new tool by a ‘few’ media houses to polarise and mislead voters as India votes in the 2019 general elections. Putting political colours on sports is not only condemnable but also raises questions on foreign organizations trying to meddle with the Indian electoral process.
SwamyG wrote:ShyamSP wrote:
Welcome back. DMK sweep? My good case for DMK was 30-35.
Even NDTV's Sreenivasan Jain is saying there is no sweep by DMK. AIADMK+, that includes BJP, could cross 10+. That is nearly 25% of the 39 seats.
UlanBatori wrote:Now that RaGaji appears to have won in Wynad, I assume he will vacate Amethi? Or will be cede Wynad to Left Front and thus put sand in the faces of the brilliant Malloos who elected him? What happened to the vacated seat? #2 candidate wins? If they started setting up bye-elections for all such seats the process may never be over, hain?
Dilbu wrote:Ulan ullah Al Batori another factor you should consider regarding CPIM in KL is their treatment of party cadre who decide to leave the party or worse decide to be dissidents. These people are getting killed like in the most brutal ways. You would be remembering T.P. Chandrasekharan episode. His body was hacked 51 times into small pieces. They are not so brutal towards even RSS cadre.
So the current lot of party followers are scared to death. The moment BJP raises it's game to be a party with political and muscle power to match CPIM, these folks will shift en masse to BJP. This is similar to what happened in Bengal with TMC.
SandeepA wrote:Telangana has had an almost 5% dip in voter turnout. It goes to show just how agnostic the thinking is in Telugu states of having a national perspective. I suspect the turnout would be lower in AP if they had Assembly elections a few months ago. The populace in both states is so preoccupied with the Jagan/Naidu/Pawan/KCR crap that there is very little sensitivity or interest in national issues. With the exit of Khangress and the almost zero presence of BJP there seems to be little hope of things changing other than the almost daily cribbing and begging for Special status
In Mumbai, the satta bazaar (betting market) gives 238-241 seats to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), a punt ditto in Delhi in the 17th Lok Sabha. The betting market predicts 78-81 seats for the Congress in India's financial capital while 79-81 seats in the Capital.
Bookies are bullish on the BJP in Rajasthan and Gujarat too, giving 242-245 and 242-244 seats to the saffron party, respectively. According to punters, 75-80 seats have been projected for the Congress in the desert state while Gujarat's prediction is slightly above at 80-82 seats.
The BJP is ahead in the gambling game in Madhya Pradesh's capital Bhopal too. The city has forecast 246-248 seats for the BJP and 80-82 seats for Congress. Some punters, on the condition of anonymity, revealed that it's complex to accept bets on the NDA or the UPA so they prefer individual party performance.
Singha wrote:is it true congi will get wiped in KL this time and Left will gain 10+