"Religion is what which keeps poor men from murdering rich ones " When Napoleon Bonaparte actually told this, he did not know that after some three hundred years, some weird government would change his historical quote. Today government of Maharashtra not only changed it but gone further and brought some complex definition that it's not religion but the castes which keep poor people from murdering the rich ones.
Thursday, June 26, 2014
Tuesday, June 24, 2014
Whenever our ability to reason out on the things ends, we do start believing in any miracle which comes in front of us. When Jayant Naralikar quoted this sentence in one of his books, his intention was clear. He nearly believed that superstition in India will never going to vanish. Today, sad part of the story is that we have turned his simple assumption into a universal conclusion.
Monday, June 16, 2014
Power does corrupt and if someone achieves it in excess then it corrupts absolutely. The above universal sentence suits perfectly to Maneka Gandhi, who is the current cabinet minister in Modi Government. Some thirty years back Khushwant Singh, a noted columnist predicted a correct forecast that she would become a dominating personality in Indian Politics. Today his prediction seems to be absolutely correct with Maneka Gandhi getting a prominent position in the Cabinet.
Friday, June 13, 2014
The official FIFA rankings states that India ranks 164th in the total 209 football playing countries of the world. A half a century old question still persists as why Indian football team can't be able to participate in the world cup? Why a country with some 125 crore people and some 40 crore youth population can't master such a game? What are the real constraint when raw talent is abundantly available in India.
Thursday, June 12, 2014
Like USA, India is a democratic country. The main difference between these two is that former is the non-parliamentary form of system while latter is the parliamentary form of system. Thus in USA executive is separate of the legislator while in India it solely depends upon the legislator. In USA president has the veto power in almost any case. However, it does not mean that he can launch it anytime.
Friday, May 9, 2014
Do you know that owners or caretakers of infamous gardens charge different amount of money for couples and that to the general public ? Do you know that gardens are one of those institutions from which police departments take regular illegal money ? Are you one of those conservative men who want couple free gardens? Or Are you the ultimate liberal thinker who opposes the conservative people of the country. If yes, then this article is for you.
Friday, May 2, 2014
Among-st the one of most benevolent places of Goa, there lies Chapora fort. At this place sea becomes flamboyantly silent and a ship tries to find its way through far end. Minutes of silence fills the place with aroma of beautiful thoughts. No one is in hurry to talk, they are happy with the calm atmosphere and the way it is giving shape to their thoughts. Finally the first person breaks the silence.
Sunday, April 27, 2014
They were national heroes for their own followers. Individually they were respected for their flamboyant ideology and extraordinary work for masses. Both of them had an ardent differences in their respective ideologies. Subhash Chandra Bose believed in mass violent struggle while Gandhi believed in constructive work of non violence.