Confession: I'd been holding this guy Vikas hostage pending the settlement of #ayodhya in my favor. Now that my condition has been fulfilled, I'm releasing him.
If he still doesn't come, it's not my fault.
I find it ironic that at least 90% of the people dissing #JNU on #birdsite aren't able to string together a few words to form a sentence. They are the best example for why education is needed in our country! Given that, I don't know why we have to kill the aspirations of so many people just so that we can go around building statues and cow sheds.
@Deepsealioness Because inditoot refused to moderate hate speech, we have "silenced" them on our end. This means they cannot follow our users automatically, you instead get the choice to approve/reject, for your safety.
The future of thousands of students is at stake. No wonder it's a do or die battle. We can't cheat the next generation like this.
JNU - yesterday. @firstname.lastname@example.org @IndianExpress@twitter.com
"I was one of those few ones who stood up against Emergency, so in that sense, I was against Congress, I was against Indira Gandhi. But, because I was against it, I was not made to feel “anti-national” as today it is being immediately done.”
Will we have to sit outside the Ram Mandir with begging bowls?
No option but to go outside the Ram Mandir to beg, I guess
Our rulers don't understand this?!
- three responses by protesting Honda workers to the Ayodhya verdict - via @anumayhem
The most amazing thing about the @TwitterIndia and @sanjayuvacha controversy is that Twitter has refused to lift his suspension IN SPITE of clearly being in the wrong in tagging his post as harmful! And also IN SPITE of the publicity around it. Clearly a political decision.
"National reconciliation....happens only when the demands of the majority are fully satisfied...in the spirit of generosity towards everyone else, the B- and C-grade citizenry....after a brutal lesson has been taught about the hierarchy of citizenship."