The place was humongous. The ground was uneven, trees and plants were planted randomly. Since, it was a full moon, it was not completely dark. But it looked scary, the shrubs, the bushes and their shadows looked like ghosts. At the extreme left, the ground was slightly more even compared to the rest. A light … Continue reading Farmers’ woes Part 1: Irrigation and Transportation
Back in 2016 Uri attack happened, post which India conducted surgical strikes in POK to get rid of some terrorist launchpads etc. What did we gain after that? Terrorism survived, terrorist attack still happened. Last month, Pulwama suicide attack happened, post which India conducted air strikes in Pakistan. Is anything going to change after this? … Continue reading The only way to get rid of terrorism!!!
“The world as we have created it is a process of our thinking. It cannot be changed without changing our thinking.” ― Albert Einstein It has been more than a month since the world's tallest statue"The Statue of Unity" was inaugurated by our prime minister. Even before the event it touched some nerve leading to … Continue reading Here is why I am happy with the Statue of Unity or The Statue of Change!!
Sports not only entertain us but compliment our lives as well. For how long have we been listening quotes like "A healthy mind lives in a healthy body", quite long I suppose. They act as an adhesive that binds people. If you are a football fan and visit a restro-bar in Europe during a football … Continue reading Cricket: A blessing in disguise
As per a news source: "As many as 107,487 people died due to heavy rains and floods across India over 64 years between 1953 and 2017, according to Central Water Commission data presented to the Rajya Sabha on March 19. Damage to crops, houses and public utilities was reported to be Rs 365,860 crore -- … Continue reading Floods and Democracy
Finally, after four years Indian National Congress highlighted something which is above caste-religion-vote-bank politics. I am indebted to them for their concern about Rafale deal. India produces approximately 1.5 million engineers every year, hypothetically if all of them form a separate country, that hypothetical country will have a population greater than 82 countries of the … Continue reading Rafale Deal sums up India’s journey from “Marut” to “Tejas”