Mumbai: The President, BCCI, has convened an Emergent Working Committee meeting which is scheduled at 11:00 am on Sunday at the Park Sheraton Hotel in Chennai. The Working Committee will discuss, among other things, the fallout of the spot-fixing controversy in the ongoing Indian Premier League, in which three players including S Sreesanth were arrested [...]
Author Archive: P K Surendran
PK Surendran is senior editor at Postnoon.
It is a truism that when people violate rules with impunity, it’s a sure sign of corruption. Bribery sedates the law keepers, whether they be civic or police. Look at (pictured) the waste hills being created along the Road No 18, Jubilee Hills (above), where the movers and shakers live. Two massive houses have been [...]
Man, by nature, dislikes change, and likes status quo in any field of life and living. That is why revolutionaries are few. In AP’s Congress politics the change sought to be made by Rahul Gandhi is being perceived as a threat by the ‘veterans’ who have made Congress camp their fiefdom. It is said that [...]
Top TDP leaders have identified the fledgling party as its main competitor in the 2014 elections. In a recent meeting of some bigwigs of the TDP, it was decided that the Congress has lost its pre-eminence and the Desham’s Dushman No. 1 is YSRC. The party also believes that if the Congress does not take [...]
…But will the YSRC play spoilsport? The Telangana Rashtra Samithi has surprised all with a sudden decision to move a no confidence motion against the Kiran Government during the budget session of the State Assembly beginning on Wednesday. The party President K. Chandrashekar Rao has disclosed this after a meeting of the party’s legislature party [...]
The CM, despite his stance against the hate speech case slapped on MIM’s Akbaruddin Owaisi, may be forced to make up with the party to survive a no-confidence motion.
Hyderabad police are a class apart. When blood-thirsty terrorists blasted innocent people’s lives, they were playing Chinese checkers. But when they drew a blank after struggling for two weeks, they turned their ire to the very victims (us, the people), virtually blaming them for all ills. Look at the drill they conducted in the past [...]
When our children don’t do their homework or don’t perform in public examinations to our expectations, we upbraid them