KAPS Kakrapar Nuclear plant is likely undergoing a loss-of-coolant incident

Dr. A. Gopalakrishnan, former chairman of the Atomic Energy Regulatory Board cautions, based on the sparse specifics available in the public domain and comments by authority figures that the government may be concealing information about the magnitude of the accident at KAPS (Kakrapar Atomic Power Station) Unit 1

"KAPS Kakrapar Nuclear plant is likely undergoing a loss-of-coolant incident"

100 #openyourlegs tweets bhakts do not see

This thing has gone on long enough. Thanks to extremely targeted promotion of one tweet, many BJP supporters who accuse me of it get used to unintentionally participate in a sexualized trolling campaign by BJP’s gutter wing. Several have apologized after coming to know the full story. So, this post is addressed to Modi fans – bhakts in common parlance who may or may not be intentionally engaging in something they would otherwise find obscene.…

"100 #openyourlegs tweets bhakts do not see"

The 22 vows of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar

Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar converted to Buddhism on 15 October 1956 at Deeksha Bhoomi, in Nagpur. Around 8 lakh followers converted in his steps. At this time he took 22 vows, more like open declarations. These are a rejection of Hinduism as unequal and something that the upper #caste dominant public “memory” rarely remembers. We’d like to begin and end Ambedkar with the constitution and a few photos. #Gujarat has now withdrawn a book about Dr…

"The 22 vows of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar"

Business Management colleges should learn from Vibrant Gujarat Summits

A mind boggling 21,000 MOUs appear to have been signed at the Vibrant Gujarat Summit this year. Considering that this was a three day event and assuming it covered 12 hours a day and assuming people were signing MOUs left, right and center from the word go, it computes to a mind boggling 9.7 MOUs per minute or about one MOU signed per 6 seconds – every minute of the event. Unless this is a…

"Business Management colleges should learn from Vibrant Gujarat Summits"

Not enough evidence to prosecute Amit Shah? JTSA Statement

Even by the plummeting standards set in the last few months, the decision of the special CBI court in discharging Amit Shah, (accused no. 16 in the second chargesheet; accused no. 1 in the third chargesheet) in the Sohrabuddin encounter case, seems outrageous. The Special CBI court without waiting for even the trial to commence, without weighing the evidence at length, seems to have suddenly concurred with the defence and the ruling party’s view that…

"Not enough evidence to prosecute Amit Shah? JTSA Statement"

Modi’s Minority Rights questioned in the European Parliament

Member of the European Parliament Viorica Dancila today put forward a question to the European Commission regarding the Prime Minister of India Mr Narender Modi’s past record in keeping minorities safe in India. The question was directed under Rule 130 to the European Commission. The question raised Question for written answer E-006046/2014 to the Commission Rule 130 Viorica Dăncilă (S&D) Subject:      Indian minorities Following the general elections held in India last May, Narendra…

"Modi’s Minority Rights questioned in the European Parliament"