Today Morning, right in between our morning news consumption, we all were bombarded with some completely unexpected news. India carried out a surgical strike in POK. Yes, it was asked for by Pakistan and it was long overdue but … Continue reading How “surgical” this surgical strike is?
We are all Monkeys “Nobody ever saw a dog make a fair and deliberate exchange of one bone for another with another dog. Nobody ever saw one animal by its gestures and natural cries signify to another, this is mine, that yours; I am willing to give this for that.” – Adam Smith Two months back, the stories about Sweta Prasad rained down every media outlet in the nation, be it print media or electronic media, and were pushed down our throat like a hot soup in cold morning . On September 02, 2014, nation was bombarded with the news … Continue reading We are all Monkeys
“Uh uh uh… I didn’t hear you wash your hands.” Recently, I saw Indian Government ad for teaching kids the proper technique of hand washing, which reminded me a scene of the movie Jackie brown, where Samuel Jackson says those words to Robert foster who was leaving the washroom. Hand Wash, a simple yet often forgotten chore. We all have seen people in public restroom who don’t wash their hands after using the restroom. It’s disgusting and outright inconsiderate to other human being. When we talk about importance of hygiene and of the hand washing, the illiterates, the children and … Continue reading “Uh uh uh… I didn’t hear you wash your hands.”
No to “no religion” Recently I met a friend after a long time, let’s call him Patel. We both spent our teenage years together, then spent our adult hood in different countries and now we met again in India. If you live a large amount of time away from your family, society and country; there are certain things that change in your personality and the way you think compare to your folks back home. We both were experiencing the same changes (in different forms) which made us enjoy each other’s company even more. In addition to having common ideas about … Continue reading No to “no religion”
MOM??? But why??? “The moment this mission was named MOM, I knew it would not disappoint. Moms never fail”. With these words, Indian Prime Minister Mr Narendra Modi announced ISRO’s success in reaching Mars’ orbit on September 24, 2014. Who knew the prime minister is so good at PJs and yet a very effective speaker. In the next few days, media widely covered MOM’s success and with that, anyone who has a slightest connection to media came to know about MOM. Many facts about Mars Obiter Mission (MOM) were tossed around in media and rightfully so. With the success … Continue reading MOM??? But why???
Occupy Wall-Street* Democracy is a system where the opinions of the majority of the people are supposed to be heard and acted upon. The government should make sure that the public interests are protected. People have the power to choose their own government in a democracy. It is necessary for people, who are running for government offices, that they get more people to like them, support them and donate them. In 2010, the members of five judges in Supreme Court of USA ruled that corporations can spend as much money as they want to support any political party. This … Continue reading Occupy Wall-Street