Thursday, April 17, 2008

Kuffir's question: Where's the other side?

Over at Blogbharti, Kuffir "started out with the intention of linking to both sides: blogs that oppose reservations and those which support them," and went to Google's BlogSearch. His efforts led to these two posts with quite a few links. But the one-sidedness of it all led him to ask:

Where’s the other side?

The short answer, of course, is that the 'other side' doesn't have to speak because the Supreme Court judges have spoken. And, speaking for myself, any further posts here would just repeat the arguments which were made back when the controversy broke -- check the archives for April-August of 2006; I would think other supporters of OBC reservation would also feel the same way.


  1. புருனோ Bruno said...

    Hi Mate

    The other side is there at

    By the way
    You can know about "Merit" from
    as well as from
    and more importantly from

    And I would love to hear your OPINION about the last Quota :) :)

  2. Anonymous said...

    Also, the other side is not cheap to crow about their 'success'. In fact, for the other side, it is a matter of doing what is right than any victory against any group. Well, thatz what separates liberals from right wingers.