[Disclaimer: This post is work of fiction. Other than a few facts mentioned in Bold, nothing is real, I literally mean nothing. The following event/meeting/conversation never happened. It is for fun and entertainment, please don't be a spoil sport. If you like it please do share it. Thank you!] One fine evening just before the … Continue reading When Rahul Ji, Modi Ji and Lalu Ji met at a roadside dhaba!
Every year, as soon as it is October the 2nd, there is a bevy of articles on M. K. Gandhi. Be on social media or mainstream media everyone talks about him. And every year I have the exact same dilemma. Everything that is being said or written about Gandhi is self-contradictory; at least I find … Continue reading Gandhi, a Mahatma?
I was getting worried if Corona has changed the way politics in India work for real. Somewhere it felt incomplete. But finally after six or may be seven months of long dull and dark night, we witnessed the morning light; deifying Corona's new normal. Last week I heard the words "chakkajam" and "protests" after a … Continue reading Farm Bills 2020
For the past few months, Bollywood industry in India has managed to stay in top headlines for every reason other than creativity, imagination, art or entertainment. This isn't the first time when it is the case; the industry and the people associated, have a knack of selling their inferior quality products (movies) by keeping themselves … Continue reading Powerless and insignificant tech savvy fans!
Covid-19 in India has once again exposed the incompetencies of political opposition as well as mainstream media in India. Although, from a superficial view, it does look like they raise genuine questions, but as soon as we dive a little deeper, we can clearly see how pointless those questions and concerns are. More than half … Continue reading Corona tracker, lock-down and the massive self goal
Muslim rulers ruled India for around eight centuries before British arrived. Post independence, the members of the Muslim community served at some of the most coveted positions in India, be it the President, the Vice-President, the Chief Justice, the Chief Election Commissioner, the Education Minister, you name it and you will find it. Not just … Continue reading Socioeconomic paradox of Indian Muslim Community and the people responsible for it