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  • Here we go again!

    Broadcast On July 2, 2004

    ... I suppose, Congress is paying back with the same coin. Yet it's a dubious decision even if understandable. But what about the civil servants who have been shunted out of office? Kamal Pandey, the erstwhile ...

  • Rights and wrongs

    Broadcast On September 16, 2004

    ... of the Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee’s minority cell, believes they do. In fact, when Delhi’s eunuchs recently met the Archaeological Survey of India to “demand” they be permitted to collect money ...

  • Three little stories

    Broadcast On January 20, 2005

    ... and Princess Anne, who were representing the British Government and the British Queen, arrived the row was full.  Congress MPs, eager to be as close to the action as possible, had clambered over the ...

  • Satyameva Jayate

    Broadcast On January 27, 2005

    ... middle of the Bihar campaign, is deeply suspicious.  In response, the Congress initially maintained this was just a coincidence.  Reports cannot not be held up by elections.  But now The Hindu hasrevealed ...

  • The naked American

    Broadcast On February 10, 2005

    ... a gathering of 4000 journalists, businessmen and assorted professionals in Delhi talking about God and the comfort of his presence?  Can you visualise a senior minister (Congress or BJP) admitting how ...

  • Do you smoke?

    Broadcast On March 3, 2005

    ... the head of the CPI-dominated All India Trade Union Congress.  Speaking on television he announced he smokes beedis.  He said he prefers them to cigarettes.  So is it possible that rather than annoy ...

  • Where are you ‘guv’?

    Broadcast On March 10, 2005

    ... if not also immoral behaviour) was in 1952.  Sri Prakash, a former Congressman, was Governor of Madras (as the state was then called) and invited Rajagopalachari (another Congressman) to form a government ...

  • Understanding Jinnah

    Broadcast On June 9, 2005

    ... for separate electorates poisonous. In 1920, when Gandhi launched the Khilafat Movement, Jinnah warned of the danger of mixing politics with religion. In fact, he was the only Congress Muslim to vote ...

  • Senseless Sensex

    Broadcast On August 4, 2005

    ... fact two facts establish how illogical Sensex can be. On May 17, 2004, three days after the elections, it collapsed 895 points in just seven hours, losing 15 per cent of its value. Fear of Congress and ...

  • Babalog banter

    Broadcast On September 22, 2005

    In India the smallest thing can turn into a controversy. But when Rahul Gandhi’s ‘interview’ to Tehelka metamorphosed into a political football only the Congress Party and the magazine were to blame. ...

  • The wonder that’s India

    Broadcast On September 25, 2005

    ... Parliament covered from top to toe. From CPM to BJP, Congress to Telugu Desam, Sonia to Vajpayee, Laloo to Jayalalithaa, only their shrill discordant voices would distinguish them. On the surface they ...

  • I wonder if you agree

    Broadcast On October 6, 2005

    ... turn to Congress. Mitrokhin suggests that at least once 2 million rupees was personally delivered after midnight to Indira Gandhi by Leonid Shebarshin. In addition four union ministers were recipients ...

  • Whose nose is longer?

    Broadcast On October 20, 2005

    ...  Everyone of the big five (the others are RJD, Congress, JD(U) and LJP) has at least 33 per cent or more. If anything, the Left parties are worse. In ascending order, 25 per cent of the CPI’s candidates, ...

  • History or his story?

    Broadcast On October 28, 2005

    Was Jinnah the cause of partition or did the British think of the idea first? Did the Muslim League push inexorably for partition or did Congress leave it with no other option? Ultimately, was it individuals ...

  • Mirror mirror on the wall

    Broadcast On November 17, 2005

    ... 40. And the BJP indisputably tops the list. In ascending order, 32 per cent of Congress candidates, 37 per cent of LJP, 39 per cent of JD(U) and 42 per cent of RJD face criminal cases. The BJP comes ...

  • Crooks, perhaps, but not fools!

    Broadcast On May 11, 2006

    ... I mean anomalies? – are CPI (ML)(L), JD(U), RSP and JKP (N). Topping the crime and murder stakes – if I can so phrase it – is Trinamool. But Congress is a close second. 36 per cent of the former’s ...

  • The silliness of Sushma Swaraj

    Broadcast On June 22, 2006

    ... things. Several of them, to be honest, are Congressmen or Communists. Don’t pick on the Army because soldiers can’t hit back. Furthermore, don’t ceaselessly prattle or jump to foolish conclusions because ...

  • Correct me if I’m wrong

    Broadcast On August 11, 2006

    Has Justice Pathak been unfair to Natwar-Singh whilst giving a substantial benefit of doubt to Congress? That’s the one niggling concern I cannot shake after reading his report. I’m not a lawyer – nor ...

  • An attempt to be clear and simple

    Broadcast On December 28, 2006

    ... the conditions are placed. The majority feature in two sections, 102 and 103, called ‘Sense of Congress’ and ‘Statements of Policy’. Despite their grand titles, these sections are non-binding. They ...

  • When the echo of silence is telling

    Broadcast On February 15, 2007

    ... Congress? Will the Left tolerate an American embrace? And can the UPA alliance accept the inevitable pro-US shift a successfully completed nuclear deal would usher in? Not sure of the answer – and ...