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PB’s twisty take on the top five headlines of the day.
1. Congress Attacks Modi on Terror, NSG; to Raise Issues in Parliament
Trouble is brewing for government in the Monsoon session of Parliament. What can anyone do on NSG deal ? On this issue, why to attack NDA government and stall the parliament? Congress didn’t learn its lessons. People don’t like obstructionists no matter which party they belong to.
2. India Is ‘Spoilt, Smug, Golden Boy Of The West’: Chinese State Media
India needs to be wary of China’s tactic support of terrorism and moves to prevent India from finding its right place in the world. But, in a way, China is right.
Once you are under the control of the West your NOT a Super power anymore. India will be turned into the next Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iraq, et al. We will be used as the war theatre for western nations.
3. Malegaon Accused Sadhvi Pragya Denied Bail
Whatever the court needs, to release her on bail, will be taken care of, by NIA and state and central government. Its just a matter of few more files going missing, few judge transfers, and threats if needed.
4. 9 more judges suspended, 335 to go on mass leave in Telangana
People appointed as judges protesting in this manner is pernicious to the judicial system. How would these people feel if they were appointed to courts in other states and there was an agitation that they should not be appointed because they are from a particular region. Would they not take a posting in the SC, merely because it is in Delhi and their own nativity is different?
5. Mayawati dares UP CM Akhilesh Yadav to sack ‘tainted ministers’
Terming the Samajwadi Party’s decision to revoke the merger with the Qaumi Ekta Dal (QED) led by gangster-turned-politician Mukhtar Ansari a political gimmick, Mayawati said: “Such posturing will hardly refurbish the image of the chief minister.”
Along with that, Akhilesh expanded ministry. The reshuffle, the seventh since the government was formed in 2012, will perhaps be the last cabinet reshuffle ahead of assembly elections in 2017.