During this pandemic situation every local or state leader should take the responsibility of its people and work from the frontline because it is not possible for the state government to handle everything and work at the ground level. Every responsible person should be aware of its responsibilities and work accordingly as they are more… Continue reading Being Real Life Hero at the time of Global Crisis
As we have moved towards a new decade, it is high time to introspect the spiritual thread binding the people with other worldly power. Is it just an overused concept for fear or is it any good? A DEATH OF CHOICE* credits: TheFix What is a religion? The true definition of religion differs from people… Continue reading Religion: Good Cop; Bad Cop
Shashi Tharoor and Sadanand Dhume are not bigots and anti-Islam, instead they are sensible liberals who know how to stand in this fight for secularism unlike the woke-Indian-Muslim-liberals who have to resolve to using slogans like ‘La ilaha ilallah’ and ‘Allahu Akbar’ to show their ‘support’ for secularism. credits: TheIndianExpress All of India came out… Continue reading BACKDOOR FOR ISLAMIST EXTREMISM
Looking at the Mausoleum of Dr. Zakir Hussain in the middle of the campus of Jamia Millia Islamia, I couldn’t help but think about how artificial the concept of time is and how the past and present, at some point of time, become merged into a sort of ubiquitous wetness that is time, where one… Continue reading Dr. Zakir Hussain Mausoleum and Museum, Jamia Nagar.
We all know that change is constant; we are constantly changing and so are the things around us. As we are reaching towards the end of a decade and beginning of a new one, we just wanted to acknowledge and list down all the changes we have been through in the last ten years. There… Continue reading Pop the perpetual
Do you remember the last time, when you gaze into the open sky, it is beautiful. Full of stars, dust and cosmic galaxy. We are in one corner of this vast universe. When the cold war began, one thing that started with the weapons race was the space race. The humans in a way to… Continue reading Space Combat in the 21st Century
While Assam and Delhi became epicenters of CAA resistance, the resolute voices of Tripuri people got trampled on in the cacophony of mixed stands of protests. What went wrong? The ignorance of national media, dried hopes of the indigenous tribes or sick politics at play-it’s more than a matter of existence for indigenous Tripuris! The… Continue reading A Distant Echo in a Juggernaut: Lost Voices of Tripura in CAA
India is seeing an innovative revival amid the anti-CAA and anti-NRC protests. This time, Art has taken the forefront in this nationwide agitation against the act, and is certainly going to leave an honorable legacy for its posterity. Art against oppression - who would have imagined that India of 2020 will wake up to its… Continue reading Rebellion through Art
While the final season (part 2), airing 31st January 2020, of BoJack Horseman looms upon our heads, it is about time we tear apart this beautiful animated series to see just how well it deals with many issues of our daily lives in the most fun and humorous manner – all in all with a… Continue reading BOJACK HORSEMAN – SAD OR HONEST?
"Tell the whole world what they are doing to us for we can't ", said father when my cousins and I left home last time. We usually don't talk much. My father is not like those usual fathers who possesses the art of expressing his love. He always keeps his feelings repressed, deep down in… Continue reading A Promise