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PB’s twisty take on the top five headlines of the day.
1. Rahul Gandhi meets Una Dalit victims, assures help
He visited UP as well before 2015 elections similarly playing the Dalit card. No time to meet soldiers killed in Naxal attack, No time to meet soldiers injured in stone pelting in Kashmir but has all the time in the world to meet these people. It is not a racist comment but these opportunists are always looking for incidents like these to play thier respective hand politics. Now, AK will jump the gun.
2. Stop Deplorable Interfering, Withdraw From PoK: India’s Strong Statement
At such a level even a statement made internationally claiming a territory is a very imp thing. India cannot go in to a war with Pakistan so easily to reclaim our land back because it knows that Pakistan has full backing of China. Not to mention the scale of human and monetary loss. Yet again, this statement means that we still consider POK as an integral part of India and it will never be accepted as a part of Pakistan.
3. I’m Like a Devi to Dalits, Says Mayawati on Protests Against Dayashankar
Devi and Devta are for Hindus and Hindu Dalits. Mayawati is not Dalit but Budhist. She also hates Hinduism per media reports when she put behind bars some kar sevaks.Megalomaniac politicians are ruining India. Vote Communism. It seems like we need three decades of peaceful development. India needs it’s Great Leap Forward like China.
4. India Has Been Saved of Horrible Insult at NSG, Says Congress
Just because you can’t win or there is doubt about winability,you should not play or compete. This seems to be the ideology of Mr. Singhvi. Just ridiculous. The PM tried but could not succeed, but atleast he tried unlike congress Govt. which failed on all fronts except corruption.
5. ITR notices to MNCs render PAN relaxation ineffective
This will go a long way to stop money laundering. Tax laws are very complicated and even a tax practice person is finding difficult to understand leave alone the tax payer.Further the instruction given by the CBDT is not reaching the field level immediately. Simplification alone will raise tax revenues. Take away discretionary powers away from taxman.