As soon as the news about untimely demise of actor Sushant Singh Rajput broke out, Nepotism once again became a hot topic. No matter which platform I looked at, be it Twitter or Facebook or even mainstream media portals, I can find a lot of anger, hatred directed towards certain celebrities. Is it justified? Is … Continue reading Is Nepotism in Bollywood a genuine problem or a propaganda to hide something?
As soon as the news about Sushant Singh Rajput passing away broke out, depression, mental health became the hot topic. Nepotism, his relationships, his financial condition, him losing movies, him feeling left out or him being treated as an "outsider" are being speculated as some of the potential reasons. Holding these reasons accountable for his … Continue reading Intellectual Lynching, frustration and suffocation
Every ruling party in every state in India sits for an exam once every five years i.e. the assembly elections. There are different questions for different states with different weightages and the candidates provide answers to those questions. The answers provided are subjective, they include a huge amount of data dump, facts, figures and what … Continue reading Reasons why Delhi is failing the coronavirus exam.
A few weeks ago honorable prime minister announced a special economic and comprehensive package of 20 lakh crores, equivalent to 10% of the GDP. Following his address to the nation, honorable finance minister gave out the details of the package in the next five days. Ever since, there has been a lot of noise regarding … Continue reading Aatmnirbhar Bharat, special economic package and the response
Yes, you read it correct. I am going to show you how. Recently, I wrote an article When court accepted that the Caste based Reservations violate Fundamental Rights here I had mentioned a court case The State Of Madras vs Srimathi Champakam Dorairajan. The interesting part of the case was the Smt. Champakam Dorairajan filed the … Continue reading Caste based reservation violates fundamental rights of even the reserved castes!
Last week I wrote an article : The one difference between the Congress of today and that of before 2014, which basically sheds light on the fact that Indian National Congress was using government powers to win elections. I quoted a handful of instances from a handful of books corroborating the statement. However, these instances were … Continue reading When court accepted that the Caste based Reservations violate Fundamental Rights