Folks, here comes the 37th instalment of your favorite Incredible India.
We will never forgive the Telangana baboons. Never ever.
Guys, here we were, all sexcited to watch our first Ileana D’Cruz movie (Saleem) today and that nut-case Telangana politician Kalvakuntla Chandrashekar Rao and our Italian grandma Sonia Gandhi had to throw a spanner in the works.
Bottom line, shows of Ileana’s Saleem are cancelled. 🙁
Fasting Slowing Down India
To the countless problems plaguing India add the frequent practice of our two-legged, red-bottomed monkeys threatening or launching a fast-unto-death.
LTTE, Telangana, Ayodhya, Cauvery, Ram, Kashmir Pandits, small dick, Abhishek Bachchan, Marathi, anti-Hindi et al.
You see, no issue is too small for our Indian netas to launch a fast unto death until some idiot ‘forces’ the leader to break the fast with a glass of orange juice.
God, how we wished the Tamil Loose-Paiya Karunanidhi would kick the bucket when he launched his indefinite fast in April. Alas, the rat’s fast lasted a mere six hours and the frail gorilla and his minions continue to torment us.
We’re sick of this fasting drama that holds the nation of 1.2 billion mosquitoes hostage to the comic antics of a few flies.
Although this fasting tamasha is not restricted to any one state, we see this nonsense more often in South India. Must be something in the avakkai pickle and the myre-sadam these southern denizens consume in prodigious quantities.
Guess, we have to blame the Mahatma for giving credibility to this unsavory political tool.
The latest fast-drama is Telangana, i.e. the fast-unto-death of a chimp called Kalvakuntla Chandrashekar Rao a.k.a. KCR demanding the creation of a separate Telangana state (the white portions on the map represent Telengana).
The roots of this Telangana nonsense dates back to the 1950s when the Telugu-speaking northern districts of the Madras state were merged with the Telangana region of Hyderabad State to form the united Andhra Pradesh state (Source: Wiki).
Since then, the Telangana demand for a separate state has flared up now and then with sporadic violence until this KCR fella launched an indefinite hunger strike, leading the weak pussies in Delhi to cave in.
Now that Italy oops Sonia Gandhi has conceded the demands for Telangana you can be sure there will be other clowns coming out of the woodwork asking for their own mini-states.
Besides the obvious danger of balkanization, there is the issue of enormous cost.
Setting up a new administrative division of the size of a state surely costs several hundred crore, money that could be poured into development schemes and keep the Naxalites at bay.
Let K Chandrashekar Rao Die
We are strongly against the formation of Telangana.
Let KCR launch another fast-unto-death.
Once KCR dies, we can erect a statue for the bozo at RTC Cross Roads in Hyderabad, pick up a few old garlands from the cremation ground and throw em’ around the statue’s neck.
That would be a cheaper alternative to the separate Telangana state nonsense.
After all, if it’s Telangana today can Rayalaseema be far behind tomorrow. Not to forget the bad precedent it’ll set for groups in other states.
* Grave Injustice in Tamil Nadu
Weep your hearts out after reading this excerpt:
All the 17 accused for burning three employees of the Tamil daily Dinakaran in the Madurai office in May 2007 have been set free by a Tamil Nadu court as the key witnesses turned hostile.
The accused were acquitted by the principal district sessions court on Wednesday.
….Vinoth, Gopi and Muthupandi died when the Dinakaran office was burnt. The incident was recorded on video by several news channels.
*India Turns to Soft-Wear Exports
Is it really surprising that the country that made a name in exporting software should now seek new opportunities in soft-wear exports.
By soft-wear, we mean these soft-spoken, soft-thighed little birds of the night.
Back in the ol’ days, when we use to haunt the mean streets of some of India’s big cities we’d often run into the adorable little birds of the night (around Walltax Road, and on a side road near Egmore station, both in Madras; Richmond Circle and on St.Mark’s Road in Bangalore; outside the Dadar Station in Mumbai; Sayaji Rao Road and Dhanvantri Road in Mysore et al) .
Sure, some of these sweet streetwalkers have gotten themselves a fancy name now – Escorts.
But What’s in a name, as the bard would say.
That which we call a slut, by any other name would still spread her legs wide (did Shakespeare really write that?)
Life’s a Bitch
Our position on hookers is that life is a bitch for these women, many of whom are forced into the oldest profession by unsavory elements and sometimes even family members.
But we live in a cruel, callous world. And these women gotta eat too.
Meanwhile, some enterprising pimps seeing an opportunity began exporting our dear Indian bitches to the overseas market in the 1980s and 1990s.
First, the cutie-pies were packed off to the Middle East to service the Sheikhs and lesser Arabs.
Now, as the Middle East collapses under the weight of its excesses and the global recession these Indian Randis (hookers) are being exported to a new market closer to home – Nepal.
Think we’re making this up.
Here read this excerpt from MidDay:
What comes around, goes around. For decades, Nepal has been fuelling the Indian sex bazaar with thousands of Nepalese girls being trafficked from the impoverished erstwhile Himalayan Kingdom to the bustling red light areas across the porous Indo-Nepal border.
But, Kathmandu is fast turning the tables now, courtesy some ‘enterprising’ men from India who are feeding the frenzy for Indian girls in Nepal.
The Nepal police have busted a huge racket involving a man from New Delhi who was supplying prostitutes to some high-profile hotels in Kathmandu. They say the reverse trend has peaked to its highest.
….”In the past couple of months, we have seen a comprehensive client demand from Nepal. As they are ready to dole out good money, our girls are ready to go there. There are no visa problems, and airfare comes cheap, too,” said Vicky Jain of Escorts from Night.
Mera Bharat Mahaan.