Today I handed over the key of Gobindgarh Fort to Chief Minister Amrinder Singh. There is a phasi ghar in this fort where the British hanged brave Punjabis. All who want to visit this fort will have to take the key from Arminder. It is kind of difficult to meet Amrinder. We should have handed the keys to the chowkidar.

I have received a list of demands from Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC). I checked out the list. Legalizing methods of illegal immigration was not on the list. Legalizing gender check was also not on the list. Phew…a relief. They just want the reformed (a.k.a. falsely implicated) terrorist absconding abroad to be allowed to visit India. I told them it is fine if the flights are not via Lahore.

I am enjoying myself in Punjab. A good opportunity to speak in Punjabi! In Delhi we speak either English or Italian.

Cricket is taking the direction of Femina Miss India pageant. Anil Kumble is now going to act in a movie with Mandira Bedi. Before the world cup beauty pageant BCCI will name itself Femina BCCI.

“Spin and Bedi have been associated since long”

By the way, American Chronicle has picked up the piece on the importance of Deputy Prime Minister in India by Tanveer Jafri that had hit the Seoul Times with a storm yesterday.

I am in Punjab. With a sex ratio of 874 females to 1000 males, Punjab has the potential of being the gay capital of the world. Amsterdam watch out! But it is my homeland, and let me tell you whatever kudis are left here are changi!

When I am in Punjab, Captain Amarinder Singh provides me with The Seoul Times. He says he reads The Seoul Times for its objective coverage of India. Today, The Seoul Times did a story which was very relevant to the world, India as a country and me as a Prime Minister. The paper has reported “Despite the fact that there is no special place for the office of deputy prime minister in Indian constitution, by now seven persons have enjoyed this office”

Honestly…if someone has anything to say about India…please send it to The Seoul Times. Their India desk chief is hibernating.

India seems to be changing too rapidly for an eighteenth December two thousand and six.

  1. Lalu and Rabri have been acquitted.
  2. Manu Sharma has been convicted
  3. Indian cricket team has won a test match on foreign land
  4. Bush is going to sign a document bending US laws to transfer nuclear technology to India.
  5. We have just passed the OBC reservation bill.

We will soon pass the minority reservation bill. This will be followed by the minority women’s reservation, followed by women’s reservation, followed by not so male reservation.

We have Prime Minister from the minority community (Soniaji is a Christian). We have a President from the minority community. Women are addressed as men in the congress, our Ministers called Indiraji “Sir” for most of her life. We are one family, the Nehru family.

Well from eighteenth December two thousand and six the only place where there is communal discord and majority is voting in a democratic government is Gujarat. We should move this state to USA! Majoritarian Capitalistic bunch of rich Gujjus! Narendrabhai, what are you doing to my nation? Making it USA?

There are three bits of information that excited me as an Economist Sardarji Prime minister this Sunday.

First is the bit of news that Mumbai Police had sized Rs 3 million of fake currency. The people arrested were Dawood Abdul Rahim Khan of Dharavi, Anandraj Ramkrishna Mupannaar of Sivakasi in Tamil Nadu and Jaiprakash Oshi of Kerala. This goes to show that India is secular under congress rule.

Second, the caste dispute at Jagannath temple at Keradagarh village has been resolved. Dalits have been kept out of the temple for long. Dalits and Brahmins can now pray from a distance. Only priest can get up and close to the deity. This goes to show that all Dalits from Keradagarh village should be admitted to the medical colleges and all should become doctors.

The third piece of news is that ‘Deep Purple’ is to rock Bangalore. Deep Purple, unlike IBM’s Deep Blue, is not a computer. They are going to play a rock song called “Smoke on the water”. I thought as a Prime Minister, I should know what the software capital of the nation is listening to. And maybe you too should know. So here are the lyrics that are expected to swoon Bangalore.

We all came out to Montreux
On the Lake Geneva shoreline
To make records with a mobile
We didn’t have much time
Frank Zappa and the Mothers
Were at the best place around
But some stupid with a flare gun
Burned the place to the ground
Smoke on the water, a fire in the sky
Smoke on the water
They burned down the gambling house
It died with an awful sound
Funky Claude was running in and out
Pulling kids out of ground
When it all was over
We had to find another place
Swiss time was running on
It seemed that we would lose the race
Smoke on the water, a fire in the sky
Smoke on the water
Smoke on the water, a fire in the sky
Smoke on the water

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