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 believe prostitution should be socially accepted. I believe castration is most suitable punishment for sex offenders. I believe all religions are a mere distraction from reality and rationality. I believe religions have divided our society way more than they have unified it. I believe there should be a nation-wide blanket ban on the sale … Continue reading Nugget-37: 15 Beliefs Which I Wish Society Shared With Me.
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?
After years of disharmony and acrimony for each other East and West Germany, erstwhile arch enemies today stand tough as a united Germany. It took time, blood, sacrifices, compromises and lots of patience- prolonged years, but eventually in 1990, peace, equanimity and brotherhood prevailed. And, those who think that India and Pakistan share a much … Continue reading Opinion-4: Can India & Pakistan Unite?
Greetings Reader! I am a person who has never been able to understand the worldly definitions of beauty. I often wonder how did such a large proportion of our population end up defining beauty on parameters like a person’s skin tone, complexion, body figure and the proportion of fats at various positions on one's body. … Continue reading Nugget-11: The Entire Concept Of ‘Beauty’ Needs A Revamp. Now!
Greetings Reader, On the 8th of March every year, people all over the Globe observe the International Women's Day. And, many of those people also take to social media, speeches, videos and various other means to express their gratitude to the women in their lives. Many prepare or buy gifts for their beloved wives and … Continue reading Nugget-4: Women’s Day & Mother’s Day.
Greetings Reader! At times I like to challenge the existing norms and establishes ethos and cultures in our society. And though I do it all in my own head, at times I like to be vocal about it when thought sticks to a nerve in my head. And, something similar happened a couple of days … Continue reading Nugget-3: Are Marriages Overrated?
Greetings Reader, In my ongoing semester, I have a subject named "Ecosystem and Sustainable development." Back in January when the course started, one of the first topics that were covered in one of the lectures was about, "Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs." And, I read everything in the slide almost an hour before the examination and … Continue reading Opinion-3: Indian Politics Evolving From Caste To Class Based
“Who can be the next Defense Minister of India since Mr Manohar Parrikar has resigned?” That is a question that many Indians have been tinkering upon. Many have already got some favourites. Many are confused. And, then there may also be some who may not really care much with Prime Minister Modi being at the … Continue reading Commentary: Time For Subramanian Swamy’s Entry Into The Cabinet?
Greetings! About two weeks back I had participated in a debate competition at my College by the student's forum AASF where I stood second. In the final round I was given the topic, "Is Feminism Turning into Superiority of a Sex Over Another?" I had to favour the notion. Once I was done, my college … Continue reading Opinion-2: First Feminism. Now, “Man”inism?