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?
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
The other day, an old fable about the boiling frog came to my mind. Lets suppose you have a pot with tepid water. If you put a frog in it, it might stay in it. If it stays, you could turn the knob and start heating the water, but very-very-slowly, you would notice that the … Continue reading Frog in the boiling water!!! – Dying Hinduism
Which among the two (A. Indian National Congress or B. Bhartiya Janta Party) can solve the Kashmir problem? Like it or not, you are going to answer this question in less than six months. If you vote you choose the answer consciously, if you don't vote or use NOTA, you choose. But you choose unconsciously! … Continue reading Entangled Kashmir: A web of poor and selfish decisions
Can there be a religion without god or places of worship? Of course! You can be like an intellectual or modern secular Hindu and say God lives in your heart and you don't need a separate place, hence could decimate the idea of temples. Why this question? And why now? Past few months I have … Continue reading Hinduism: A persecuted religion (Sabarimala)
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”