“Nothing is all wrong. Even a clock that has stopped running is correct twice a day.” The statement oozes with positivity and instills a sense of confidence even when everything around you seems to be tumbling. The incidence of JNU, anti-national slogans being propagated throughout the country, controversy related to whether or not one should…… Continue reading PILF, Anupam Kher and India
“Write it anyway” There is something called accident and then there is something called happy accident. One such happy accident occurred when my finger accidentally clicked an App, and the first thing I noticed on it read “Write it anyway”, by Coffeelicious. It took me a minute to decipher which window I was in, clearly…… Continue reading It Is All About YOU..
Have you ever listened to the track “Human”? If you try to google the track, the first result you see would read like this “Human (The Killers song) – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”. Interesting, eh? What seems fun? Is it the Well-choreographed style of dance OR random, incautious style of dance? Undoubtedly, most of us…… Continue reading Humans OR Dancers?
Sandwiched! Politically correct! Fear of being judged! Do these words go hand in hand? Ever experienced these feelings within a blink of an eye? Well…Most of us have. Most of us would be relating to something which might have happened few days back or may be few moments back. What exactly is this? Why do we…… Continue reading Right Vs Left
Loss of words. Loss of expression. Loss of hope and a feeling of helplessness. This is how I can sum up my morning the other day. It would have been called a brutal murder if only the victim had a shape of a living being. My words are not an exaggeration of what I witnessed.…… Continue reading Rivers Talking 2: Killing the Nature
“Indian women Are Never Taught To Be Alone, and that’s A Problem” – Kavitha Rao As a routine, I log into Facebook the other day and the first update read the above-mentioned title. Since it portrayed the Indian women, feminist as I am, was compelled to read. The piece went about stating how Indian women…… Continue reading The Typical Middle-class Indian
An incident in our life. Here is something my close friend experienced, really felt I should share, to restore faith in humanity especially when it comes to callousness towards animals! Opportunities don’t just come knocking on the door, they say. But how could they, if I am never at home. 😛 Well, I am typical bachelor who spends…… Continue reading The Cat to Restore the Faith!
We the people of India First reaction-Isn’t it supposed to be the United States. I ask them why. Unity or patriotism is not the thing to be defined in the constitution of a nation. USA – WhatsApp China – WeChat Japan – Line Indonesia – Blackberry Messenger India – Any app but predominantly WhatsApp Does any…… Continue reading Make In India – 1 Unread Message
One fine day I noticed my Gmail account which used to flood with emails, useful and spam, all through the day didn’t have any new mail notification for me. The child in me discovered google account too can run out of space. Everything has a limit, indeed. When you load your google account with stuff like photos…… Continue reading “You have new mail”
Beautiful. Let’s ignore the road. Unfortunately, it’s the hyacinth bed. Every year the river arranges the water hyacinth in it’s best possible to way to make it worth more than a glance. No matter how bad the condition of river is, it makes us want to imagine its hyacinth as a beautiful grass carpet, neatly…… Continue reading Rivers talking: Disposal at its Best