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Takeaways for the Congress Party from the Gujarat Elections

Tuesday, December 19, 2017


Tweet1) Amazing increase in votes received a. The Congress got nearly 85 lakh votes in 2014. b. In 2017, Congress got nearly 1 crore 25 lakh votes. It is a whopping 47% increase! c. BJP’s vote fell from 1 crore 52 lakh (2014) to 1 crore 47 lakh (2017). d. The number of total votes […]


India vs South Africa: History, thrilling ties, friendship and much more

Monday, December 18, 2017


TweetWith Tests and ODIs against Sri Lanka coming to an end, the focus has slightly shifted to the much anticipated oversees tour. On the onset of New Year 2018, India is slated to play three-match Test series in South Africa along with 6 ODIs and 3 T20Is. India’s trip to South Africa is always something […]


Karni Sena folks you need a reality check

Sunday, December 10, 2017


TweetRajput community is livid. They claim that a filmmaker from Mumbai has fiddled with history and demeaned their glorified ancestors. Astonishingly they came to know about the insult inflicted by the movie even before they saw it. Rajputs love to gloat over their past. They claim that Rajputs have been cut above, valorous and stood […]


Appreciating art through the eyes of an artist

Monday, November 20, 2017


TweetArt has its own vocabulary, and not knowing it can be a little stupefying. If one isn’t experienced in the art world, visiting an art gallery/ museum can certainly feel intimidating at times. The first step is to have an intention to go and see the Art. Seeing is an act that occurs only with […]


Growth is pointless unless we improve our safety record

Saturday, November 18, 2017


TweetThis is the time when all media sources give priority to news related to the political slugfest. While you surf through news channel in evening, invariably everywhere you will find spokespersons of various political parties throwing verbal volleys to each other in discussions which are by and large repetitive and cacophonic. GST, notebandi, elections, communal […]


The Irony of Children’s Day

Monday, November 13, 2017


TweetJawaharlal Nehru must be a sad man today. Wherever he is. Over the years since his death, we have celebrated this day with unparalleled gusto, energy and pleasure – because we celebrated not just our first Prime Minister’s birthday but the glory of children – the one fraternity he was most attached to. Growing up, […]


Forlorn stands the child of today – impacts of child abuse

Wednesday, November 08, 2017


Tweet‘Mom can you withdraw me from the after-school class?’ Why? ‘I am scared. What if something like Ryan school happens in our school?’ Just three lines of this conversation were enough to send shivers down my back. A child, who till sometime back, was fearless, undaunting and ignorant – now has all the gory information […]


Will the US Pressure get Pakistan to Alter Its Strategic Choices?

Tuesday, October 31, 2017


TweetUS Secretary of State Rex Tillerson slammed Pakistan for being a safe haven for terrorists and not allowing stability in neighbouring Afghanistan. In a repetitively candid message, Washington pressed Pakistan to step up “efforts to eradicate militants and terrorists operating within the country”. The US-Pakistan relations have been strained over the last six years as […]


Three decades of famous hat-trick and ruthless decimation by Indians

Friday, October 27, 2017


Tweet31st October is a famous date in Indian history. It on this day in 1984, Indira Gandhi was brutally assassinated by her own bodyguards, which triggered a nationwide mayhem. 31st October is the birthday of the first home minister of India, the IRONMAN Vallabh Bhai Patel. But Indian Cricket fanatics of our generation remembers this […]


This Diwali, this is what every Indian needs

Thursday, October 19, 2017


TweetYes I lost my temper today. It was kind of seething and simmering for the last few weeks and today I erupted. I erupted with anger but mixed with it is frustration, with helplessness. A few weeks ago there was a fire in my house. I live on the ground floor of a high rise […]


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