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?
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
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
? Knowledge is having the right answer, intelligence is asking the right question Framing a question is not just putting a question mark "?" at the end. Good deep questions need imagination. Unfortunately Indian Journalists are showing least possible imaginative skills. Either they are doing it intentionally or they have lost this skill in the course … Continue reading The Inconspicuous Syndicate
Back in 2014, the intellectual class in India came up with a variety of sophisticated connotations for BJP's overwhelming majority of 282 seats. They said it was "a black swan moment" or "in the era of coalition politics it was a fluke". And here we are in 2019, with BJP surpassing its own personal record. … Continue reading Why this Kolaveri Di?
Almost every person who disproves demonetization comes with one of the two arguments: Black money is stashed in Swiss Banks and is not in India. Gathering information on this lead me to write Modi gov’s surgical strike(s) on Black Money Whatever black money is in India, is not in the form of cash. This is the … Continue reading The Cash Nexus: Criminals and Politics
Indeed Mr. Modi's karma awaits him. And so does Mr. Rahul Gandhi's and mine and yours and every one else's. Maybe Rahul Gandhi is just overwhelmed by the "laws of Karma". He might have just come across this Hindu laws during this festival of elections which Indians have been not only aware of but also … Continue reading Your Karma awaits you!!!
People had been living and enjoying a decade of peace and suddenly one fine Sunday, they wake up to the horror of less than a dozen serial blasts. More than 250 ceased to exist, more than 500 might not live like the day before and all of their families might never overcome the trauma. Just … Continue reading Mumbai’s Black Friday to Lanka’s Ester Sunday: The Appeasement Journey