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September 3, 2009 / lazybug


RIP, originally uploaded by Lazybug.

Though there is not much I liked about his policies and governance, I think his death is very untimely. At a time when the country itself is struggling to find headstrong leaders, his loss means a lot to the state. I hope sanity prevails.



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  1. Ramakrishna / Sep 3 2009 9:19 am

    I never liked/admired YSR as a politician, but I feel he was the only leader who could manage the congress party in the state. May his soul rest in peace.

  2. Rashid Faridi / Sep 5 2009 2:46 am

    Balanced Comment Akhil.

  3. Aravind / Sep 8 2009 7:55 am

    This is bull. I am not sure why a politician (an Indian politician) none the less has to be glorified in such a way. I just read Swaminathan’s comments about YSR which was published in TOI about 5 years ago.

    There is no way any politician in India has come up being a decent, public loving guy. Which means that he probably never cared about anyone else while climbing to the top. So, why the RIPs and the sadness?

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