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If the rule is SAME for ALL, what is questionable in MrShashi Taroor's case should equally be applicable to all other Politicians in India whohas stake through their kiths and kins in every projects in their respective states right from cable TV to monopolising the Film production, is n't it?.. What is your take on this?

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Asked by Krishnamurthy Raman, 16 Apr '10 04:31 pm
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Rule for rulers will be different. Rulers can adopt dynastic ruling and blatant nepotism. Not the courtiers and notable citizens.
Answered by Chandra sekhar Krishnan, 16 Apr '10 04:42 pm

 
  
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Minister of state for external affairs Shashi Tharoors political career on Wednesday appeared to be on a slippery slope, with the Congress leadership distancing itself from him and the Opposition piling up pressure for his removal. The Congress core committee, which met on Wednesday evening at party president Sonia Gandhis residence to take stock of the ministers involvement in the IPL controversy, was of the view that his continuation in office was becoming untenable. Ms Gandhi directed Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee and Defence Minister AK Antony to get Mr Tharoors version on the episode on Wednesday night itself. The outcome of the meeting will decide the fate of the minister, said a senior Congress leader....and, now coming to the main point of the question, a rule is a rule for everyone and such effective should be the administration...!
Answered by Dil Se, 16 Apr '10 05:05 pm

 
  
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IPL itself is a monopoly of a private company registered in Bahamas also known as BCCI.
BCCI forced ban on players playing in Subhash Chandra and Kapil Dev's ICL and monoplized the game while corrupt politicians watched.

Ending monopoly of BCCI should be first step.
Answered by Batao Na, 16 Apr '10 04:41 pm

 
  
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Yes you are right, and all the fellows should have an INCOME TAX raid, as Modi has now
Answered by rajnikant raiyarela, 16 Apr '10 04:33 pm

 
  
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