Maya Sharma

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Maya Sharma

POLITICALLY INCORRECT

It is no secret that politicians even within the same party, let alone opposing ones, often do not harbour feelings of love and respect for each other. Just tune into a Parliament or Assembly debate when a hot topic is being discussed - and you will realise that any affection, if present, is certainly well hidden. But even then, when a top politician lets his or her guard slip and speaks in what is euphemistically described as 'unparliamentary language' - we do sit up and take notice.

Deve Gowda is an emotional man and gives free reign to his emotions fairly often ...more9 years ago

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Ajoy Marachery : 2 years ago
C fore pre-poll survey – Brilliant master strategy by the Chanakya Mr.Amit Shah 


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Deepak Saxena : 3 years ago
Sorry for a tangential inquiry Maya, any updates on Genpact techie suicide last week?

Maya Sharma wrote a post :

Maya Sharma

Navin, you are right. Better villages = better cities. And a better life for rural and urban folks. Just a few kilometres out of our tech capital, Bangalore, and people could be living in a different century And our over-population, no longer mentioned much by politicians, is a huge factor.
Biplob, I think the buildings of ancient India have a beauty that few modern buildings in our cities can match ... 9 years ago

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Yes - living in rural India often means living rough. But don't our cities look worse than they should? Jairam Ramesh spoke of India easily winning any Oscar for filth in our cities. People who should know better roll down their car windows and throw out garbage. Trees are cut on a whim. Indians seemed to have an aesthetic sense in earlier centuries - just look at our ancient buildings. Where did that go? Why do we accept the lack of beauty - just to busy earning a living? People struggling to survive have other things to worry about rather than a pretty street or town centre? Maybe - but wh ...more9 years ago

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Maya Sharma

Our thoughts go out today to the families who have lost the people they love to violence, to the terrorism that has hit our beautiful country. They have shown such courage - and they alone can really know the pain they face each day. It hurts so much to lose somebody you love due to natural causes - how hard is it to know that your family member, your friend has died because of the cruelty of terrorism?
The song sung by Shilpa Rao haunts me. It gives a voice to that pain.
The people of India have not forgotten. I am sure that many will turn out tonight to show their solidarity with those who ...more9 years ago

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