After witnessing what is happening in Maharashtra and what happened in Karnataka an old story struck me. There is a very old story about a hunter and his clever tactics, you must have read it as kids story or seen it in the movies or cartoons. The story goes something like this: Once upon a … Continue reading A giant leap towards “Congress Mukt Bharat”
"2G, 3G, CWG, coalG, madamG" as soon as I uttered these words, my friend (the same for whom I wrote He turned from being a die hard Modi fan to a Modi hater!!!) turned around, looked at me for a second and asked "Do you think 2G spectrum allocation was a scam?" Of course it … Continue reading Is BSNL Crisis a product of 2G Scam?
What would happen if Lord Rama visits Ayodhya this Diwali? Will he be able to relate to the 21st century India or will he find himself as a misfit? How will a conversation go if I had to show Lord Ram around? "I" here represent some of the kids from the nineties and a lot … Continue reading Ram, a misfit in today’s India?
Although, Pakistan's prime minister Mr. Imran Khan Niazi did not respect the UNGA guideline and spoke for three times more than the stipulated time, but he managed to raise a couple of very interesting questions during his speech at the UN General Assembly. "Why Islamophobia? and Why Radical Islam?" The irony was that he himself … Continue reading Islamophobia and Radical Islam
"Facts don't persuade, feelings do. And stories are the best way to get at those feelings" -Tom Asacker As soon as we start reading a story or watching a movie or a tv series, we surrender ourselves to the whims of the writer, we allow the writer to manipulate our emotions with the help of … Continue reading The Sacred Games we were always a part of
Exactly 13 years ago this day i.e. August 26, 2006 marked the culmination of a three day operation including security forces with heavy weapons and gunship helicopters. The operation although succeeded in assassinating Nawab Akbar Khan Bugti along with his 37 associates in his hideout cave in Dera Bugti, but also re-kindled the Baloch Freedom … Continue reading Nawab Bugti: The forgotten Baloch
Ever since Indian government diluted 370 and abrogated article 35A, there have been a large scale hue and cry from certain groups of people. However, everybody is behaving the way they were suppose except one entity. The opposition parties like Indian National Congress are behaving in the exact way that they are expected to i.e. … Continue reading After effects of abrogating 35A and diluting 370
What if you have to travel from Point A to some Point B; a completely new destination; a path you have never traversed before; an uncharted territory. How would you navigate? What if you can't see the complete map at once i.e. you could only see your current whereabouts or may be fifty meters around … Continue reading Lost in the Likes
[Disclaimer: If you are a fan of any player (playing or retired) and get offended if someone says something about him, PLEASE DO NOT READ THIS ARTICLE.] I thought adding a disclaimer is a good idea, especially after reading the comments on my previous article "Everything is not fine with Team India" which irked quite … Continue reading The (in)significant fans
As soon as Shikhar Dhawan was ruled out of the tournament because of a fractured thumb, a Pandora box of India's incompetence opened up. India is literally figuring out its playing XI for the world's biggest cricket tournament during the tournament. They say they are struggling with a "number 4 batsman" i.e. a batsman who … Continue reading What is India’s number 4 batsman conundrum?