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The Return of VVIP Privilege

Saturday, March 25, 2017


With a Minister of the Parliament, Gaikwad. After a video went viral where he confessed that he hit an air hostess 25 times, he was banned not just by Air India, whose airlines he planned to travel by, but literally, every other airline in the country. Thankfully, he was banned by every airline and did …

Punishment for Pak

Friday, March 24, 2017


In a recent interview with NewsMobile, Former foreign minister said that the current Prime Minister has figured out the psyche of Pakistan, and if needed, will use measures like surgical strikes to establish India’s stance against terrorism. It is high time now that Pakistan realises that incidents of state sponsored terrorism will not be taken …

Punjab is no comedy night

Wednesday, March 22, 2017


At a juncture when his party has barely managed one state in the country Navjot Singh Sidhu’s statement that no one has a right to know what he does after 6 is plain insensitive. As a people’s representative and as a Minister people expect you to deliver, when you contested the election they put their …

Government’s soft touch toward mothers

Monday, March 20, 2017


The maternity benefit amendment bill 2016 was passed by Rajya Sabha today with some improvisation that is very beneficial for the working woman. The maternity leave which was only for 12 weeks has now increased to 26 weeks thinking of the mother and her health. Passing of this act seems to have done justice to …

Don’t damn EVM’s yet

Tuesday, March 14, 2017


A controversy is being raked up with several opposition leaders doubting the electronic voting machines which have won global accolades for India. Several countries have used these EVM’s and a needless debate may also damage India’s credibility as a global democracy that prides itself in having free and fair elections. Without any empirical conclusive evidence, …

Battle for States: The Precedent for the Battle for India

Saturday, March 11, 2017


Indian Politics offers a wide spectrum of narratives to be put forward, that makes for exciting debate and nail biting results. Be it interest in the national identity, communal divides or appealing to a particular social sect, Indian Politicians would perhaps make the best authors: They craft the perfect story, but then the story is …

Put Pak on the mat on 26/11

Monday, March 06, 2017


The assertion by former Pakistan NSA Mehmood Durrani that Pakistan was behind 26/11 terror attack has a huge strategic importance. Coming close on the heels of the US pressure on Pakistan on the issue of terrorism. It is time India should engage Trump administration to isolate Pakistan and insist on justice for 26:11 attack victims, …

India gets tough with Pak

Wednesday, March 01, 2017


India has taken Pakistan to task putting it on the mat on the issue of 26/11 Mumbai attacks at the UNHRC in Geneva. The current diplomatic pow wow demonstrates New Delhi’s consistent approach post the surgical strikes to be tough with Pakistan. Even as Islamabad continues to run its terror factories and the summer may …

HyperLoop to redefine the future of travel?

Wednesday, March 01, 2017


With newer and newer technologies coming to the rescue  for pervasive problems, Elon Musk has taken it upon himself to solve the problems of the world and reshape not products, but industries. The first of his steps to redefine the industry was the automobile industry, where the Tesla became the dominant electric car in the …

Stop Political Hooliganism on Campus

Monday, February 27, 2017


Freedom of expression is not just a a pillar, but the cornerstone on which a democracy rests. Often, however, disagreement and dissent, two health components of this civil right are politicised and things go south. This happened earlier JNU, and disagreement and difference soon turned into a clash of morality, deliberating that only one version …

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