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"A swami who teaches yoga to the country should not teach us political asanas (poses)" said Kapil Sibal, one of .....



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  #1  
06-05-2011
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"A swami who teaches yoga to the country should not teach us political asanas (poses)" said Kapil Sibal, one of the two senior ministers who was deputed to make peace for the government with Baba Ramdev.

-- Do we need to remind Kapil Sibal that if M K Gandhi had stuck to practicing law, we would have never got a leader like him. If so many of our National leaders had left uprising against the British law saying that it was not their responsibility, we would have never got freedom. There are so many examples I can give where people were forced out of circumstances to take up a larger than life challenge. and it takes a lot of courage to do so. Mr. Sibal's comments are that of a politician who is trying to hide his clan from the shame the expose of who has what sum at Swiss banks could do. Sadly, corruption at the highest level seems to be so prevalent, that a one man mission is usually forgotten a few months later. Anna Hazare, and now baba - but did any results come out- the answer is no. The only good part is that people are beginning to stand up. India needs an uprising more than any other country elsewhere
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08-03-2011
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Its time that citizens of this country rise to form a movement of their own and support The Civil India Movement. Follow on -
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08-05-2011
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Hi Prakash ji...
i want to share one thing, there are many criteria to got any govt. or private sector jobs, in which Educational Qualification is important. then why should not make a criteria also for Leader.............
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08-23-2011
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Hi Prakash ji...
i want to share one thing, there are many criteria to got any govt. or private sector jobs, in which Educational Qualification is important. then why should not make a criteria also for Leader.............
Dear Rajiv,What educational criteria you are talking about? You can see the behave of educated people in politics suchas: Kapil Sibbal,Laloo Prasad Yadav,P.Chidambram,Rahul Gandhi (mum on Anna's agitation),Digvijay Singh who all are fraud and sin to our nation.On other hand a Seventh Class pass Annaji who has the fire in his heart to serve this land without any personal desire.So,I think education only cannot be the criteria for politics.It may be essential but should not compulsory.
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