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Objectives and Comment -Deletion Framework

By Rajkumar Rishikesh Sinha

I feel sorry when I delete comments from the blog. It is really painful on my part to trample upon the thought process visible in the form of comments from the readers.

But I do delete. To be frank, I find myself in a catch-22 situation when I push the delete button.

We had earlier seen scathing attack on person’s personal life. This time we have seen something that cannot be incorporated even in main media. Forget allowing such comments to remain in a blog like this which is coming in the first page of Google search engine and is being closely watched, read all across the world. Its impact is tremendous and very much visible. In keeping in view, I have deleted some comments in the Jonaki Sinha Plesniak’s post.

It is indeed painful to read such comments in a closely-knit community like us. Someway or the other way, we all share a “relationship” that, unfortunately cannot be seen in any other community. This is our greatness. We must be united whenever any untoward incident befalls to any of our brothers and sisters, and at the same time feel proud when any of us kiss success in his personal or professional life. We must rejoice and celebrate and at the same time be united at the testing time. This must be the objective for all of us. But preaching is different than actually following it.

Coming to the point of allowing “objectionable” comments in the blog, I have my own view. First, in this new, emerging online media like this blog, it allows readers a chance to mature: how to conduct themselves. Second, identifying the users and their “online” profile, which if I delete instantly, many of the readers might not know?

The objective of this blog has been to:

  • Empower the community
  • Make an interactive platform
  • Share personal stories/ views
  • Not becoming mouthpiece of any person or organization

However, as much I owe to this blog, being in the public domain, readers and contributors have equal ownership to this blog. So, I request all; please share their priceless views in the framing of the objectives. [Use the Discussion Forum of this blog]

Secondly, come out with their views on comment’s deletion. When a comment has to be deleted? [Use the Discussion Forum of this blog]


  1. Man, please try to keep this one clean...I just saw some comments in the recent posts...It's goin just like those orkut communities...

    I wonder why we always end up pointing fingers towards others...

  2. Mr Rishikesh,

    My bro you don't have to say sorry, if you think you did the right thing then you should never say sorry.
    Only if you guilty of something or you doubt your own conscience then you should say sorry.

    In my books you did the right thing, nobody wants to use abusive language Mr Rishikesh, but it really hurts that there are so many people who visit this BLOG and not even a single person had the courage to stand against it. This lady is no relative of mine, but no civilized person will stand this.

    I don't care if you delete my comments, atleast i will be happy that my strong words opened some of the sleepy eyes.



  3. Rishi,

    Dont say sorry for this dude. you are keeping this zone free of weeds. you are the mali of this garden. you keep the roses and throw the weeds out so that the roses bloom brighter..

    Keep up the good work.

  4. HI RK Rishi

    I want to post a few photos of GOKULANANDA GITISWAMY's death anniversary which was held in Guwahati recently. But How can I can post or send the same photo here?

  5. Hello Ramendu Sinha,

    You can send the photographs at

    it will be uploaded here.

    thanks and regards
    rk rishikesh sinha


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