- The Judges Controversy. What “We The People” say
- Uppi’s “Super” dream is becoming a reality with Oppo Police Stations.
- It is Media Vs Yogi now… Mr Rajdeep, are you listening?
- Yogi Adityanath should practice Media Moun Vrat and follow Ulysses Contract
- The countdown to Karnataka Assembly Elections has begun
Monthly Archives: April 2013
In chosing a candidate for exercising our votes we are often confronted with manifesto’s of different parties. Unfortunately the integrity of political parties is so low that whatever they state in the manifesto is not considered reliable. Now in Karnataka, … Continue reading
A TOI study in Karnataka has revealed that “Corruption” is one of the major issues in Karnataka. If Corruption is a prime election issue in Karnataka it is as much because of the daily dose of news we keep getting … Continue reading
As a responsible citizen, it is the duty of every one of us to ensure that we exercise our vote during an election. At the same time in every election we are confronted with a situation where none of the … Continue reading
During the last Karnataka Assembly elections in 2008, I had written an article here in Bloggernews.net on each voter creating a score card for the candidates in his constituency and arriving at a score before deciding on the candidate. In … Continue reading
I refer to the earlier article in which it was highlighted that the Netizens of Karnataka have a significant voice to influence elections in Karnataka. I request all visitors to this site to start a Cyber Campaign to encourage Karnataka … Continue reading
An interesting study conducted by IRIS Knowledge Foundation, in association with IAMAI suggests that in over 150 Loksabha constituencies, Face Book users are likely to have a significant influence on the voter’s choices in the election. This means that 28% … Continue reading
To All Candidates seeking election to Karnataka Assembly A Memorandum from “Netizens of Karnataka” who are expected to be over 12% of the population in the State and over 20% in the Urban area. Dear Sir/Madam I understand that you … Continue reading