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Sir,

This refers to 'CAG picks holes in farm loan waiver' (DH March 6)  
There is still time for UPA to unearth all hidden scams and bring back the ill gotten money in foreign banks.This will earn them a good name atleast at the end.


T VARGHESE
# 38/1 1ST TEMPLE ROAD
11TH CROSS, MALLESHWARAM
BENGALURU 560003
PH 080 23447108  

Dear Sir,
States like UP and Bihar are prone to criminal politics and they are accepted with open hands.Changes in electoral requiremnets barring criminal elements are oppossed. The government and the Election Commission should  notify these amendments and work towards  a system where these elements are eliminated.
 
Regards,
V. Padmanabhan
202,Sri Krishna Apartments,
Rustam Bagh Main Road,
Bangalore-560017.


Telephone:25267954.

If only Jawaharlal Nehru had the same vision as that of his great grand son Rahul Gandhi on marriage we would not have  had the problem of dynastic politics.  But it is too late. Or, better late than never?

H N Ananda, Bangalore


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cheers and good wishes
ananda
From:      
Vineet Phadtare,
56, Ashok Van,
M.G. Road,
Borivali (East),
Mumbai 400092
Ph: (022) 28990688  


Sir,
 
 
Inorder to please the party leadership, some Congressmen in Mumbai have reportedly shown disrespect to the national flag. This is nothing new for the Party which is filled with a number of sycophants. One is the case of a senior cabinet minister who takes pride in calling himself as the chaprashi (peon) of the Congress President. During  Emergency, a  leader  from North East had given a clarion call saying that “Indira is India” Also a senior leader from Maharashtra considered Nehru to be more important than his home State.
 
 
Thanking you,
 
Yours faithfully,
         s/d
(Vineet Phadtare)
vineet_phadatre@yahoo.co.in
From:
Jorhat Singh,
5/6, Pearl Crest CHS,
Charkop, Kandivli (W),
Mumbai 400067
Ph: 28693366
 
 
Sir,
 
 
The “reluctance” displayed by the "prince" regarding accepting  prime ministership, is a typical trait inherent in the Gandhi family. His grand-mother always used to say that she did not want to become the P.M. but the people of India wanted her to be so. His father was also “undecided” till a couple of hours before being sworn in on the evening of 31st October 1984.
 
 
Thanking you,
 
Yours faithfully,                                              
        S/d
(Jorhat Singh)
jorhat_singh@yahoo.co.in

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