Husband of one, father of two, Trustee, Health, Education And Development (HEAD) Trust and in actual essence, a poet.
Oct 2 • 8 tweets • 2 min read
"The idea for an indigenous chip fabrication unit & research centre was mooted in 1976, and SCL started manufacturing in 1984 from a 51-acre facility at Mohali, Punjab. Three years before today's global chip leader Taiwan Semiconductor m.economictimes.com/industry/cons-…
(TSMC) set up shop, India had its own fabrication facility in 1984. That was a big headstart for India"
Sep 30 • 14 tweets • 3 min read
* The 'minorities' in India are a huge majority of 200 million+
* Those weeping the most among the Muslims, are the Ashraf minority.
a) Because their Pasmanda Muslim votebank they misused for years has been neutralised systematically since 2014
b) The Ashraf loss of political power is both traumatic & existential for them.
c) Even after the waning of the Mughal Empire, the Ashraf usually held the keys, by using the Pasmanda numbers, as enforcers during street violence & as a votebank
Sep 29 • 5 tweets • 1 min read
How poorly the West and in this case @JustinTrudeau reads India & Indians.
Obviously, he has learnt nothing from #ComradeXi who was given a long rope before 1450 million Indians declared enemity aninews.in/news/world/oth…
after the #PLA killed 20 Indian soldiers with
wooden clubs wrapped in barbed wire.
For @JustinTrudeau, acquiring this enemity of the Indian people has required great effort & diligence on his part,with his father Pierre having initiated it during the Air India, Kanishk bombing
Sep 29 • 4 tweets • 1 min read
It is not British Sikhs or any Sikhs across the world.
* It is only a minority of Khalistanis, who have captured many Gurudwaras & appear dominant.
* The man Nijjar is a terrorist, not an activist
So do not lie.
* Do you know that to the best of my knowlege in 1500 years of Islam's existence in India, in which Hindus underwent every torment imaginable under Islamic rule, there was not then or till today a single instance of a Quran being burnt by a Hindu.
Sep 23 • 7 tweets • 2 min read
"Khalistani terror organisation leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar, whose death has sparked a row between India and Canada, was granted Canadian citizenship months after a Red Corner Notice (RCN) was issued against him"
"after an RCN is issued by Interpol, a country is bound to arrest and deport the accused back to his/her homeland. However, Canada did not do so in Nijjar's case."
"The first RCN was issued after a case (FIR No. 159) was registered against Nijjar at the Kotwali
Sep 19 • 8 tweets • 2 min read
#Canada has been covering-up for terrorists for the longest time.
It comes from a strange admixture of racism, callousness, othering and criminal political opportunism best exemplified by @JustinTrudeau. journals.lib.unb.ca/index.php/scl/…
"On 23 June 1985, a bomb detonated aboard Air India Flight 182 en route to New Delhi from Montreal via Toronto: 329 people died in the explosion; 280 were Canadian citizens, mostly of Indian heritage."
Sep 15 • 6 tweets • 1 min read
"The tech titan is contending with a growing ban on iPhone use among government workers, and a contentious new phone from China’s Huawei Technologies" thehindubusinessline.com/companies/appl…
"But the biggest potential threat to Apple may be something more nebulous: a resurgence in Chinese nationalism that spurs everyday consumers to shun the iPhone and other foreign-branded devices."
Sep 13 • 5 tweets • 1 min read
The only effective weapon China has in its armoury is @PravinSawhney who can talk up its offensive capabilities, with a dead-pan, oracular expression!
The reality.. m.timesofindia.com/world/china/ch…
* China's arms exports have declined due to poor quality, and weak and inconsistent performance, which puts buyer countries in peril.
* China's arms shipments fell 7.8 percent between 2016 and 2020 when compared to the preceding five-year period.
Sep 8 • 7 tweets • 2 min read
This is classic Chinese propaganda.
A cover-up for the glaring stupidity of #XiJinping & his cohorts in the #CCP in:
* Repressing the Chinese
* Unleashing a virus
* Alienating half the world with aggressive, wolf-warrior diplomacy.
* Concentrating power in the hands of one mutt like #XiJinping
* Playing salami slicing & outright murder & clubbing to death 20 Indian soldiers in Galwan, alienating a whole nation of 1400 million
Sep 7 • 8 tweets • 2 min read
"Xi's decision to forgo the upcoming G20 summit in India is likely an attempt to avoid losing face."
"There is a possibility that China's economy, and how it weighs on the global economy, might be discussed."
"Xi (also) failed to appear at a business forum held on the sidelines of the BRICS summit involving Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, held in South Africa"
"there were concerns he might be asked direct questions about the poor performance of the Chinese economy"
Sep 7 • 4 tweets • 1 min read
At "the annual gathering of incumbent and retired leaders of the Chinese Communist Party at the Beidaihe seaside resort"
"a group of retired party elders "reprimanded" Xi and questioned him in ways they hadn’t till now"
"the root of the political shakeup can be traced back to this summer's Beidaihe meeting - the annual gathering of incumbent and retired leaders of the Chinese Communist Party at the Beidaihe seaside resort"
Sep 4 • 9 tweets • 2 min read
* You have to be weak in the head to think Islam is the equivalent of Sanathana Dharma or that a Hindu Rashtra is the same, as an Islamic State.
"The recovery was muted, with growth in the 1st quarter of 2023 at 2.2%, while in April-June quarter it slipped to 0.8%. Underscoring sluggishness, retail sales grew 3.1% in June & just 2.5% in July, even as industrial output growth slowed"
"Chinese exports plunged 14.5% in July while consumer prices fell 0.3%, raising fears of deflation. Bank loans in July grew at the slowest pace in 14 years, despite a recent interest rate cut.Retail sales, industrial output & investment in July all grew at a slower pace"
Aug 23 • 8 tweets • 2 min read
* Varadarajan thinks Indians are stupid. So to defend his leftist sidekick Prakash Raj he pretends that the trolling was because it was felt Modi was insulted by the tweet.
The tweets were from patriotic & incensed citizens, including Manu Sanghvi of @INCIndia.
Look at these comments in his own article which the sly Islamo-Leftist knows most people won't read:
Livemint summarised some of the trolling saying that they “pointed out that
Aug 9 • 5 tweets • 1 min read
In May, Tata Power approached the APTEL to STAY the higher tariff for 2023-24 & 25 issued by the MERC!!
The stay was sought on the ground that the tariffs calculated by MERC were "higher than they should be."🙏 moneycontrol.com/news/business/…
"Tata Power's appeal has now been granted by APTEL and MERC's 2020 tariff order for the company will be applicable temporarily, till the time the tribunal comes up with its final order"
Aug 4 • 5 tweets • 1 min read
"Phillip Maro from the Economist Intelligence Unit added that many businesses are realising how challenging it is to transition away from the fiercely competitive and sophisticated Chinese Chinese manufacturing ecosystem."
This is such a telling comment on, both the competitive industriousness of the Chinese and the extraordinary megalomaniacal aspirations and actions of its stupidest & most criminal leader #XiJinping, who has single-handedly managed to alienate half the world
Aug 3 • 6 tweets • 2 min read
"JPMorgan strategists warned that China could turn into the Japan of the 1990s unless it addresses specific economic challenges."
"An alarming signal is that secondary home prices have started to fall again in some cities"
"China's aging population, too, remains a concern. In 2019, the country had 12.6% of its population aged 65 or older, right in line with 1991 Japan's 12.7%.
But China's demographics are actually worse, given that its population aging is happening at a steeper rate."
Jul 30 • 11 tweets • 2 min read
This is the response of #AskAI to my Q ..
What is the essence of Hinduism?
"The essence of Hinduism lies in its diverse and multifaceted nature, making it challenging to define in a single statement.
Hinduism is one of the world's oldest religions,
with a rich and complex history spanning thousands of years. It encompasses a wide range of beliefs, practices, rituals, and philosophies, making it more than just a religion. Hinduism is often described as a way of life or a cultural and spiritual tradition.
Jul 27 • 16 tweets • 3 min read
This is no accident. The Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments Department was born out of utter contempt for what it was ostensibly set up to preserve.
Hence the callousness, neglect, interference, contempt and loot.