Monday, 30th March 2015

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After a lecture, I entered the canteen or the senior common room of university to have a cup of tea. To get familiar with prices, I wanted to know the amount I have to pay for a cup of plain tea. The girl who served plain tea at the counter replied calmly. “Twenty rupees, sir.” “Is it possible to know how it is calculated?” She was looking at me puzzled. She had no clue about the calculation. I wanted to analyze this situation A tea bag costs just about two rupees and fifty cents. A cup of hot boiling water may come to about five rupees. I do not have sugar. Then the serving may come to...
Much hot air has blown on the 19th Amendment which is being reported to be debated in Parliament by the 9th and 10th April 2015, bringing back very crucial provisions in the 17th Amendment, together with rightful place for Governance through the Cabinet of Ministers and the Parliament, while the incumbent President as the Head of State to be in Office till his tenure is completed, holding the portfolios of Defence and National Unity. There is a major lobby quite rightly that the Electoral Reforms should also be considered simultaneously before the dissolution of Parliament and calling for a...
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