T N Ninan: A few stray comments
Observations and questions about key developments, such as Reliance Jio's escapade & AAP minister's sexcapade
As the late columnist Busybee might have said, here are a few stray thoughts, some observations and questions, as also comments and (of course) ruminations—all my own work.
Like what would the honourable judges of the Supreme Court have said if Singur had been the site of a humming factory, turning out thousands of cars every week, providing jobs to hundreds if not thousands, and keeping dozens of ancillary suppliers in business? Would the gentlemen on the bench have ordered all of that to shut down, all those jobs to be lost, and the tax revenue from the car production to be ...
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First Published: Fri, September 02 2016. 21:40 IST