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Parliament or BCCI? Why Anurag Thakur must quit one
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Parliament or BCCI? Why Anurag Thakur must quit one

An MP's is a full-time job, so is the BCCI president's.How can Anurag Thakur do justice to both, asks Sudhir Bisht. Let me begin by saying that I don't grudge the upward journey in politics and in sports, and in social standing, of the affable and charming Anurag Thakur one bit. I know that he wouldn't have made it to where he is today if he were not the son of Prem Kumar Dhumal, the down-to-earth ex-chief minister of Himachal Pradesh. But then, in politics and in sports power structures, it is ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago

Battle for dominance continues

Posted On: 2016-05-16 Posted By: GURPREET SINGH NIBBER, NAVNEET SHARMA, RAJESH MOUDGIL, GAURAV BISHT AND NARESH K THAKUR Politics HT Chandigarh Newspapers Chandigarh, May 16 -- The ongoing battle for dominance between transport minister GS Bali ...
 HT Syndication2 months ago Credit war over smart city  HT Syndication1 month ago
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UP 2017: What BJP should do and not do

'The BJP should know that simple caste arithmetic may have ceased to follow the basic law of addition.''Adding up seemingly distinct vote banks can even cause overall reduction in numbers,' says Sudhir Bisht. IMAGE: BJP President Amit Shah addresses an election rally in Mau in eastern Uttar Pradesh. Photograph: PTI Photo Two things happened on July 12, and they took the mainstream media by complete surprise. The first was Dr Najma Heptullah, one of the senior-most ministers in the National ...
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Why government employees don't deserve a pay hike

Upon implementation of the 7th Pay Commission the expected yearly burden on the central exchequer will be more than Rs 100,000 crore.Central government employees will get on an average a 24% pay hike.Still, the unions aren't happy.Sudhir Bisht asks if the employees deserve any hike at all. What happens in a household where there is just one breadwinner and his income rises gradually whereas the household expenses rise more? The breadwinner, in most cases the father, gets unstinted support from ...
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Nobel Prize, World Bank Chief... anything is possible for R3

'With his envious academic record, extraordinary research calibre and unparalleled work experience, we can trust him to become the first Indian -- fully Indian, not one of those Americans of Indian origin -- to win the Nobel Prize in Economics,' says Sudhir Bisht. IMAGE: Dr Raghuram Rajan has earned the respect of both the prime minister and finance minister, says Sudhir Bisht.   No head of an institution in recent times has been so adored as Raghuram Rajan, the IIT-Delhi ...
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Why is Kejriwal tweeting so much about Modi?

Twitter is a great medium for political leaders to communicate with their supporters and engage with their opponents.Provided the tweets are coherent and sensible.So why is the Delhi chief minister tweeting illogical stuff about the PM, asks Sudhir Bisht. Many a leader has been making great use of Twitter to reach out to supporters and constituents. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been tweeting with much enthusiasm, so much so that his critics have stopped pointing at what he tweets, but ...
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Regional Buzz: Chhabeelwaala baba, deserted offices and turf wars

Regional Buzz Chhabeelwala baba Damdami Taksal chief Harnam Singh Dhumma has become popular as chhabeelwala baba. The public perception about Damdami Taksal that has the legacy as the highest seat of learning for Sikh preachers, founded by ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago

Regional buzz: Bhagwant Mann's jibes and Chandumajra's wishes

Keeping tabs on power politics in Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir. AAP's stamp on Mann's jibes Comedian-turned-politician Bhagwant Mann likes to throw punches at the ruling dispensation. But the jibes of the Aam Aadmi ...
 Hindustan Times2 months ago
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Congress must look beyond the Gandhis

'The Congress president gets into samurai mode only when there is a direct attack on her and her family.''Is being the president of the oldest and one of the most respected parties in India only about personal reputation and survival?' asks Sudhir Bisht. IMAGE: Congress President Sonia Gandhi, 69, and former prime minister Dr Manmohan Singh, 83, court arrest during the 'Save Democracy' march in New Delhi, May 6, 2016. Photograph: Shirish Shete/PTI Photo   I watched with amusement as the ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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