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Kumar Sridhar

A full time IT professional who also is a blogger, part time columnist and an avid sports fan! He lives with his family in New Jersey, USA.
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My Letter Series: Dear Didi, Hindu Lives In Nandigram Are Cheap

First of all, Momta Didi, congratulations! Your party won the elections in West Bengal. So what if you personally lost? The bigger picture should be the party! So what if Bangladeshis and illegal Rohingyas...

My Letter Series – Dear Sen Menendez(D-NJ), Good Move..Regards, “Convert The World To..”

Peace be upon you, brother Bob. When you were elected again (thanks to the “intelligent” Hindu-American population that thinks being a Democrat is for the best), you had met with us, where we had...

My Letter Series – Dear Mota Bhai, Rohingyas Should Stay For The Sake Of Humanity

Location: A camp in the outskirts of Jammu city about 5000-12000 (approximately 50-100 families) Rohingyas live there. Think about these Rohingyas, Motabhai. As an example, one of these 100 families, comprising a husband, 10 wives,...

OPINION: My Letter Series – Dear Windy City Council…

It has been 2 years, nearly, since the Prime Minister of India deviously passed the Citizenship Amendment Bill to make it a law.  To send innocent opposition parliamentarians on an international trip and then...

OPINION: My Letter Series – Letter To The “Secular” Hindu Part II

Note: Please read Part 1 here to understand this article, as this is a continuation Dear ex-Hindu: Your son, just like you, doesn’t want to have anything to do with family (or what you now have...

OPINION: My Letter Series – Letter To The “Secular” Hindu – Part 1

Dear “Secular” Hindu: First of all, you’re not secular but are a Pluralist. You have now been independent for a long time, long enough to know good from bad, right from wrong and you have...

OPINION: My Letter Series – Dear Gandhiji, Nehru Was A Great Choice! Thanks!!

Dear Gandhiji: Forgive me for not calling you Bapu, but to me, we have too many relatives and not enough monikers. We have people called Bapu (you), we have Chacha (Nehru), we have Amma (Indira...
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