Saturday, December 29, 2007

Could Modi Be India's Reagan?

That's an interesting thought -- could Modi be India's Reagan?
He's certainly putting the establishment on notice. Next to the mumbling Maino, anybody looks like a Great Communicator.

I think it's a good sign that Modi's being brought back into parliamentary national-level discussions.

3 comments:

MiddleRoad said...

Please take a look at the last paragraph in this article.
http://www.hindustantimes.com/StoryPage/StoryPage.aspx?id=8368a158-42d4-466c-ba71-685eb2bbc204&&Headline=%e2%80%98Modification%e2%80%99+of+politics

The line "Only the sudden removal of Narendra Modi can stop this. " is really alarming. Karan needs to come out and explain exactly what he means by it.

Sudarshan said...

Did anyone read today's Toilet-paper of India, I mean a big write-up by some idiot called Praful Bidwai, "analysing" Modi's victory. The only sentence the editor seems to have pencilled out is DAMN DAMN DAMN THE GUJARATIS! because that's all the gist of the entire printed diarrohea. Never knew a guy could shit with his word processor. These Prafulls do new things...

nizhal yoddha said...

santham papam, sudarshan! how can you say that about the veritable prince of 'secularism', praful bidwai? dont you know he is the guy trotted out to show that iits were nehru's gift to mankind? and that there are some proper-thinking iitians (along with one ram puniyani, and one sandeep pandey, other slavering, foaming-at-mouth lunatic-fringe communists)? bidwai dropped out (was kicked out?) of some iit. most iitians, so far as i know, reject nehruvian stalinism and 'secularism' in toto, figuring out that these are total hoaxes. this bidwai creature, naturally, is a favorite of the (c)hindu (china's national newspaper) and obviously of jiang zemin and the xinhua propaganda machine.