Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Social Networking

I wanted to share 12 tips on how a Sardarji Economist Prime Minister can handle any crises with a good diet which I got from WebMD. I am still deciding on which social networking site should I start with to share this....

Sunday, August 22, 2010

When I was Nehru

This is what I was when I was Nehru. Thank you for reminding the Secular Indian Middle Class that at heart we all aspire to be white...and in Europe...

I cannot find the page on which had this picture. Has Sheelabhen removed it?

Monday, August 16, 2010

Child Beer

As much as I would like to blog and tweet regularly, as a Secular Sardarji Economist Prime Minister I get excited only when an national emergency like the one in the above picture is brought to my notice.

Jai Hind.

Friday, August 06, 2010

The Return of Kashmir Solution for Dummies (Reposted)

As a Secular Sardarji Economist Prime Minister I have come up with simple solution to the Kashmir problem.Even before I type it I know the ruckus I am going to create by writing this, but as you know I am a Sardar first and then a Prime Minister.

Never mind all the stupid thing I did in 1947 when I was Jawaharlal Nehru. Forget about the UN resolution for the moment.

At the heart of it all, Kashmirs want a separation form India because it is a Muslim dominated region and the partition of India took place based on religion. Pakistan supports them because they are Muslims. So if we have to decide by plebiscite to determine if Kashmir can have independence who is to vote? The entire Muslim population of India.

Once we have the results of a plebiscite with the entire Muslim population in India saying yes or no to Kashmiri independence we can make a proper action plan as to what we can do on the special constitutional status of Kashmir. We can also forget about all UN resolutions after that.

After that can anyone in the world dare ask an Indian again for a separation based on religion?

If I am Politically smart I can try this, but we all are secular dummies.

A few of the other things I did when I was Nehru.