Aatish Taseer could perhaps have added any one of the following subtitles to his article’s header: India’s Divider in Chief – Between Corrupt and Non-corrupt, Between Performing and Non-performing, or even Between Kaamdars and Naamdars.
Theatrics of the theatre artists: Naseeruddin Shah leads a befitting sequel to the #awardwapsi drama of the last time
Mr, Naseeruddin Shah, you boycott democratically elected govt., we’ll boycott you and your movies!
Don’t just go by what might have been done – look at what has been done in so less time.
Will we settle for a clown, a joker or a national embarrassment to lead our nation? Or will we pick one from the list of twenty-odd power-hungry vultures who have been fooling the people spitting venom.
He winked, he cracked a situational joke- which he resisted for good 4.5 years!
Its time that these in-house divisive forces be aware that there will be no compromise in the firm steps taken to rule out this nagging terrorism that they perhaps kept on fueling surreptitiously for a dirty selfish goal.
Constructive criticism is the Opposition along with the help of sincere journalists must come forward to find faults with the way things are progressing or highlight better ways of handling a situation. But both the groups understood constructive criticism as stalling the development work of the Narendra Modi-led Government using all sorts of wrong means.