yes, san, the bihar results are significant. it shows exactly what would happen if there's a free and fair election for instance in west bengal (ok, i took that comment from pramod mahajan, but it's true).
i think manmohan singh, who said lalu was a wonderful railway minister, ought to resign for dissembling.
the upa ain't doing that well, are they?
mitrokhin and volckergate.
sonia gandhi and manmohan singh should resign out of shame given what natwar singh has done.
how about other stuff that the upa is trying to ignore? and the media is ignoring too? a slap on the face from the supreme court on the shenanigans they did in bihar, goa and jharkhand. the publicity about the clear rigging of the election in asansol where the results were much like what you have in north korea, china, cuba, etc: 99% of the votes for the marxists
the cave-in to the marxists on bhel, on nepal, on iran
the withering of the indian state, as in the jehanabad episode
the supreme court verdict that there is no such thing as a minority in india: "no section or group can claim to be a majority"
the bangladeshi general claiming that india was behind the 440 blasts there.
the pakistani general who keeps bawling about peace and concessions and keeps on pushing terrorists into india.
the chinese consul named song whose impudence in lecturing indian ministers should have made him a persona non grata in about ten seconds.
the upa suffers all this, just so that it can hang on to power. kissa kursi ka, if i remember right.
this is the most lame-duck government india has ever seen. there are plenty of other things too that i wont go into. but that has some sinister implications that you guys can figure out.