The year was 2014. General Elections were the talk of the town. Arnub had been declared as the most popular journalist. Prime Time on Times Now was the hip thing. Big leaders would be interviewed. There would be debates. And, so on and on and on. Then a day came when something happened. Rahul Gandhi … Continue reading Opinion-14: Why PM Modi Ony Gives Interviews To Republic and ZEE News But Not NDTV?
Yep. No kidding. This is a serious post. Allow me delve into this issue about why large number of students bunk classes in Indian colleges from a perspective that is rarely ever talked about. This is a long post with almost 1400 words. But trust me, it is all going to make sense in the … Continue reading Opinion-13: Liberalization Of 1991 Is The Real Reason Why Many Indian Students Bunk Classes In College
I am a person with domicile in Haryana. I study in the state of Madhya Pradesh. And, I have spent a decent proportion of my life living in West Bengal, a city and a town in Rajasthan, two different cities in Haryana and also in New Delhi. I have explored the capital city of Delhi … Continue reading Opinion-12: In Love With PM Modi’s Gujarat. Vikas Bolta Hai.
It all began with the plan of the Government of India to deliver food grains to the poor in the mid-1970s. The very idea of cash transfers/cash stamps was not in existence in India back then unlike in Sri Lanka and United States. Also, would have been too easy a policy for Indira Gandhi to … Continue reading Opinion-11: Why Indian PDS Is Worst Thing About Indira Gandhi’s Legacy!
Without much foreplay, I would cut to the chase. I have enumerated five positive and five negative points to summarize what I like and dislike about AIB, a new-age media collective. The Positives: AIB offers the Indian audiences a new and different genre of content which was uncommon and rare in the Indian Media Industry … Continue reading Opinion-10: The Plus And Minus of All India Bakchod (AIB)
Firstly, Shashi Ji is a great thinker and distinguished former diplomat, with years of experience in global geopolitical realities by handling several key roles at United Nations, holding positions as esteemed and powerful as the Under Secretary-General (Second highest signature at the United States from 2002-07), and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). … Continue reading Opinion-9: Why Shashi Tharoor Will Never Be Congress President!
Note: The following post was written in response a Question on Quora which talked about a hypothetical situation in which if incumbent Finance Minister of India was to be replaced with someone, who would you want in their place and why? Dr. Subramanian Swamy. I would surely want Dr. Subramanian Swamy taking charge of the … Continue reading Opinion-8: How Would It Be To Have Subramanian Swamy As Finance Minister of India?
I was absolutely gobsmacked with the launch of Saubhagya Scheme by Prime Minister Modi yesterday. Getting every house electrified by the end of December 2019. That is the premise of Saubhagya Scheme, ultimately culminating into the 24x7 Power for All by 2022 Mission, which was earlier launched by PM Modi. Now, that’s not just grand. … Continue reading Opinion-7: Will Modi Be Able To Deliver A New India By 2022?
Discombobulated- That word means to be confused. And, that has been my state of mind on the subject, ever since the statement was made by Union Minister for Road Transport, Highways and Shipping, Shri Nitin Gadkari Ji. I sincerely believe that Minister made the statement as an act of saving the grace. It was a … Continue reading Opinion-6: No Driverless Cars in India Anytime Soon. Good or Bad?
One does not need religion or prayers for good things to happen in the world. One simply needs to do good things to make the good happen in the world around them. Can traveling days and nights to offer prayers at a holy shrine in Haridwar or Ajmer Sharif really make this world a better … Continue reading Nugget-25: Religion or Prayers Can’t Make A Great World. We Can.