Sunday, May 22, 2011

The cost of fuel

Supposedly a perennialy contentious issue, it has a recurrent impact on each household when they cook food, go for work or use electricity. Inspite of having so much of government we have so little of governance. Is it because of unweildy size of the establishment or because of convinience based use of the word 'democracy' to shield ineffectiveness or because of both? Truth is that people are not liking the sudden and unnatural price spikes in household staples like banana(60/kg) or petrol and someone may have to pay for it at the hustings. The general impression of the media is that it is motivated and each news item should be taken with a pinch of salt.

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