Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Sania, Manoj, and Varadarajan

[The fall of Sania Mirza - into oblivion Times of India - Anil Dharkar - ‎Feb 20, 2010‎
So Sania Mirza lost to Tatjana Malek in the first round of the Pattaya Open recently. Earlier she had been eliminated in the first round of the Australian ...]

[CPM veteran found dead, questions rise in party Calcutta Telegraph - Manini Chatterjee - ‎Feb 21, 2010‎
Given the fact that the party general secretary himself led the demand for action and in the backdrop of the “rectification drive” initiated by the CPM ... To be a comrade one has to be prude! Economic Times - ‎Feb 18, 2010‎
Mr Varadarajan seems to have become the first casualty of CPM's new rectification campaign with the party central committee taking the decision to remove him ...
 Missing CPM leader Varadarajan found dead Express Buzz CPM plans panel to weed out 'vices' Times of India - ‎Feb 3, 2010‎
... with people who have amassed huge assets or flouted party discipline on occasions, though CPM has been pursuing its rectification campaign since 1996. ... CPM sets up body for top-to-bottom cleanup Asian Age Former MP's open letter to Karat: Don't restrict religious freedom Indian Express - ‎Feb 2, 2010‎
Former MP KS Manoj, who had recently quit the CPM in protest against party stand on religion in the rectification document, has asked CPM general secretary ...]

Sania, Manoj, and Varadarajan, have not much in common perhaps apart from the fact that they are all human beings. Their goals have proved illusive and life has changed course. In yoga too one is entirely entitled to such turns in life and attitude. Whole life (and death) is yoga, therefore. [TNM]  

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