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PB’s twisty take on the top five headlines of the day.
1. It pays to be a lower-rung babu than boss in public sector: Rajan
Excellent view. Lower level pay scale is negotiated by Trade unions and no body is to take care for upper level staff. The quality and capability of the staff at Nationalized banks are not up to the mark, especially the lower rung levels who get more pay but do not have any responsibility and they never make an attempt to think out of the box.
2. Five civilians killed, 31 injured in fresh firing in Kashmir; toll reaches 65
These deaths have no relation with those a few months back, but showing is distorting facts. Why are the news outlets not showing the priceless sacrifices by our security personals, who became a fodder for the veil Islamic terrorist designs suicidal elements programmed against India.
3. Arun Jaitley likely to skip Saarc meeting, Parrikar compares Pak to ‘hell’
This present stand must be permanently inculcated into India’s foreign policy. India for the time being would be well advised to strengthen and modernize it’s security forces and Military to the optimum level so as to make them unchangeable. Also it’s about time for the article 370 to be repulsed and J&K declared Union Territory for security purposes.
4. Dalits returning from Una rally attacked
It is true condition of Dalits is very concerning. However this issue of dalits and untouchablety are not new. This did not happen overnight. They are playing into the hands of foreign funded NGOs with ulterior motives. Dalits should alert to this and should not become scapegoats to someones political gains.
5. Congress-ruled Karnataka Slaps Sedition Charges Against Amnesty
Now will the media go berserk and talk about intolerance and stifling democracy? Law Minister Jayachandra said there must be a thorough probe into the whole incident and that the government was trying to find out if any political party was linked to it. When BJP does it they call it fascism, and if Congress does it, then it becomes nationalism.