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With the term of President Pranab Mukherjee getting over on 24th July, parties both at centre and states have started gearing up and molding a common choice for the new president of India. Centre with its allies on one...
Meet Velavan Senthilkumar - a 19-year-old Indian squash player. Velavan is ranked World No. 1 in U-19 category. He recently won the prestigious 2017 British Junior Open and the 2017 Asian Junior Team championship making the country proud. So...
I am an avid reader of history and have answered a few questions on this topic to the best of my ability. Recently, I wrote about why the British rule wasn’t all that good for India - I thought,...
Amidst a washout of the monsoon session of the parliament in the August of 2015, an interesting flashback triggered with a term called "Quid pro quo". Congress' accusation of Quid pro on Sushma Swaraj, came back as a boomerang,...
News media woke up yesterday to looks like it had a feast in waiting. Another story of atrocities committed on hapless minorities was waiting to be capitalized on and the story had an additional layer of garnishing. This was...
New Year, New Tax, New Bharat - As India moves into a new year, the Parliament gifted her a new lease of happiness. With the passage of the GST bills by the Lok Sabha, India has taken a giant...
Recently Mr. Kejriwal told Delhi citizens that if AAP is voted to power in Municipal Elections it will turn Delhi into London within 1 year. Nothing wrong with poll time promises. The challenge however is in the implementation of it. Realizing...
I recently got transferred from Madhya Pradesh to Maharashtra and my car is MP registered. After 2 months, a police guy stopped me and asked for NOC. I knew that we need to pay road tax when our vehicles...
Yesterday night, I came across this article of Huffpost India, Retweet-endorsed by the second-most popular pulp-writer of India, and one of my personal favorites (up to this point, that is), Durjoy Datta. The title read, “Why Every Feminist Should...
Just spoke to a guy called Mallikarjuna. On paper - your standard, generic, lower middle class Indian with what would seem like a diffident attitude, a socially awkward wife and an overindulged toddler. For many of us, there would...
Geo political scenarios have been the background for fictional accounts both in print and film accounts. However, most of such works exist in Western world. In South Asia, it has been different. Most of the writers have focused upon...
With the increase in furor about going cashless, it is imperative that we understand what entails going that route. Migrating towards a cashless economy will bring about many tangible benefits to both emerging as well as developed countries. However, as...