Why CWG village is Filthy? … A inside stroy.

Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) chief executive, Mike Hooper, on Tuesday expressing disappointment over the ill preparedness of the 2010 Games Village termed it as ‘filthy’. (Source SIFY)

Above is the inside story about “Why CWG sports village is so filthy and dirty. ”

Cartoon by Kirtish Bhatt

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Confusion at CWG

A Delhi-centric Games without regional involvement? At least 30% of tickets for the opening ceremony have been reserved for VIPs and VVIPs. Where is Bharat in this national pride? The format of the opening ceremony still not finalized? The signature tune has just been unveiled, but the Rs 70 crore floating aerostat is not certain and the central stage is yet to be built.  (Source : TOI)

All messed up. Delayed work, poor construction, corruption, and filthy venue. At CWG sites you can’t decide that is it incomplete, or has collapsed?

Breaking News form Pakistan.

Law enforcement agencies here are searching for an unidentified bookmaker, who appeared on a television show and claimed that all the Tests between Pakistan and England last month were fixed. (Source: TOI)

News about fixed match of Pakistan is no more breaking news. In case of Pakistan, a match which is not fixed, could be a Breaking News.

‘Mahangai Dayan’ …only for Central Govt. Employees?

Ahead of the festival season, Union cabinet on Thursday approved 10 percentage point hike in Dearness Allowance (DA) for central government employees and pensioners considering the high rate of inflation in the past six months.
DA now will be 45 per cent of the basic pay.  (Source : TOI)
…. The big questions is…… what about others???
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Great Response : Chidambaram spoke in Hindi!!!

Union home minister P Chidambaram won the hearts of the audience here when he attempted to speak in the national language at a function organized to mark ‘Hindi Day’ on Tuesday. Read more
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Union home minister P Chidambaram won the hearts of the audience here when he attempted to speak in the national language at a function organized to mark ‘Hindi Day’ on Tuesday.

Read more: Chidambaram attempt to speak Hindi wins applause – The Times of India http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Chidambaram-attempt-to-speak-Hindi-wins-applause/articleshow/6556424.cms#ixzz0zlrXvprP