1. Cant you be labelled an 'ordinary' person?
2. What's wrong with India aligning itself with the larger global democracies? The world has changed which is difficult for leftists with defunct ideologies to understand. NAM is a Nehruvian legacy & has outlived its usefulness.
3. Apart from opposing all & sundry what else have leftists accomplished? Can you outline any creative constructive leftist ideas recently?
4. Does M in CMP mean Maximum? Do we wait for another govt. with another CMP before things get done?
5. The 'widespread opposition' is towards leftists. Your days in power are
I dread that title. I would rather be labeled as infamous than as ordinary. If it's anything I hate and fear most, it's dying as an ordinary man.
2. What do u mean "NAM has outlived its usefulness?" NAM was an alternative to joining a power bloc run by EUropean countries,. USA and USSR. This was done so that developing countries can build themselves up w/o sacrificing their soverignty to world powers. Like in 1989, India was forced to criminalize its most profitable cash crop (human use hemp) because of pressure from US. We are forced by USA to adopt anti people policies 2 make way 4 US industries in India. NAM is EVEN MORE relevant today. Before countries could choose btween USA and USSR and NAM. Now without NAM, countries will either HAVE tro align w/ USA or face an attack (Ex: Ghadaffi) or UN sanctions (ex: DPR Korea).
3. Uh.......Kerala hello? We have the highest HDI and the highest literacy in the nation. Before the Leftis ...more
Will Present UPA government succumb to Left pressure and avoid operationalise Nuclear deal with USA?
Or UPA government will operationalise Nuclear Deal as per agreement and prefer fresh election ad fresh mandate from the voters?
Is it desirable to tarnish the image of our country by retreating from nuclear deal which has reached the final stage after two years relentless involvement and time ti time modification?
Is it possible now to backtrack from Nuclear Deal?
What repercussions do we expect from USA if at all we decide to backtrack from Nuclear Deal? ...more