Before they are born, they are killed.

When they are born, they are seen as a disappointment.

When growing up, they are frequently told that they are the lesser of the two sexes.

They can be molested no matter what their age.

On the streets, harassment is dubbed a harmless (eve) teasing.

In the workplace, discrimination is still par for the course.

There are still many professions that are shut to them.

If the other sex smokes, drinks and parties, it’s cool, but when they do it, it’s not.

In a parallel universe, they have probably been banned from the world to keep them safe.

© Sunil Rajguru

The crore-Rupee question…

Who is more hated? Modi in MSM or Pappu in SM?

Who is the dirtier Mr Clean? Rajiv or Manmohan?

Which is the bigger scandal? 2G or Coalgate?

Which is the bigger brand in scandals? Bofors or 2G?

At his peak, who was the bigger hardliner? Advani or Modi?

Who is the more disappointing son? Pappu or Bachchan Jr?

Who is the more embarrassing damaad? Meiyappan or Vadra?

Which is the bigger tamasha? IPL or our Parliament?

Who are the bigger chokers? South Africa or England?

Who is the more surprising Sharma? Ishant or Rohit?

Which is worse? Politicians dabbling in cricket or cricketers dabbling in politics?

Who is more powerful? Modi in Gujarat or Sonia in Congress?

© Sunil Rajguru

The Modi factor…

• Pre-1989, the entire mainstream went after the Congress and projected VP Singh as an alternative.
Pre-2014, the entire social media went after the Congress and projected Narendra Modi as an alternative.
Times haven’t changed.
The media has.

• I am imagining the final headline…
In a blow to Modi, he is sworn in as PM.

• If Modi becomes PM, then it would be Independent India’s biggest self-fulfilling prophesy perpetrated (initially in reverse) by his haters.

• Number of failures…
Modi: Many. Pappu: Zero.
(Because Modi has tried many things and Pappu is yet to do anything in life and hence yet to fail)

· Online India leans Right because Offline India leans sharply Left.
If Offline India was neutral, then so would be Online India.

© Sunil Rajguru