We will, for this story at least, steer clear of words, and let pictures do the talking.
The public is intelligent enough to realise that charisma of one leader alone cannot help the development of their area.
At a time when the Chinese President is here, the Chinese troops have made a half kilometre incursion into the Indian territory!
It will take a whole lot of human excreta to raise the water level so high that it spills on the streets.
Will India-China relationship help the two strategic rivals achieve the $100-billion trade target by next year?
What superpower theorists fail to realize is that the various measures that they suggest are not capable of bringing about the beneficial results they aim at.
Rigging the elections and caging the leaders, as discussed earlier, left the wave irrefutably vagrant, and left the masses feeling dejected.
Are we looking for disputes when in fact some applause is called for?
This is the time for the student parties to promote their plans for the next year, rather than ensuing in a row over who gets the credit for the last year’s achievement.
Why did you put your political benefit above the Governance responsibility given by people?
If you are to simply glance through some of the messages these trends advocate, you might shudder in disbelief.
Money, muscle, power and politics all intermingle when one goes deeper in the reports of conversions.
We should rethink on letting authority become a vehicle of force fed indoctrination to children, who are left without a choice.
We should not be the ones making the moral choice of ‘who goes to sleep hungry tonight’
We must not develop the same cracks that tore apart Fukushima; we must not repeat a history that never should have happened in the first place.
While 100 days in office may be too short to judge, but these 100 days do show the intentions and the path the government is heading towards.
Should my political ideology determine my stance on issues, or should it be the other way around?