PBs twisty take on the top five headlines of the day.
1. Can’t keep Air India running for eternity on taxpayers’ money, says Raju
Catch Prafulla Patel and ask him to give back the money he made by giving a raw deal to AI in comparison with Private airlines and also the money he made through commissions on the aircrafts he bought.
But better late then never, at least some one spoke the truth. AI managed hopelessly so far, the operative profit of few crores is mainly due to low cost of fuel for last two years, but as a matter of fact no sign of revival in offing. The Government has to take harsh decision as enough of tax payers money has been poured to keep it floating.
2. Uproar in J&K Assembly Over Sadhvi’s ‘Make India Muslim-Free’ Remark
India is a secular country where people of all faiths and communities live including the atheists. There needs to be a mechanism to put such goons behind bar, as it goes well against the spirit of peaceful existence of different communities in India.
3. China Toughens Stand On India In Nuke Club NSG
Well China will be now left alone now. With MTCR members already already giving no objection certificate to India, MTCR has 37 members which are core members of NSG also. NSG has 48 members now 47 members vote has been secured. China will have to decide for itself now since earlier they were saying many countries have concern about India’s bid, but now, is the only one left.
4. Railways will invest $140 billion in infrastructure in five years
The government believes in showbiz,spends so much money [taxpayers money] in advertisement, small achievement but big talks, they play with data and figures and later they correct it, In fact such talks go overhead of common people.
5. Poll panel refuses to cancel Rajya Sabha polls in Karnataka
It is also mostly difficult to prove money exchange or favoritism in a complex system in India. Given the magnitude of mal practices in public domain in India. It would have wise if the Election commission (EC) have cancelled the Rajya sabha elections in Karnataka. Pass the benefit of doubt to society rather political group. The message would have been clear that someone is watching the political moves on the ground.