Celebrated the idea of India through Indira. #Indira100

On 19th November, 2017 a clarion call given defying those who support cow vigilantes in the name of 'gau raksha', to those who resemble the ideology of the murderes of Gauri lankesh and other journalists, to those hiding under the veil of development but spreading communal hatred. As on this day, 100 years of Indira... Continue Reading →


Teaming corrupts will only strengthen corruption.

Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Its recent example is the Rajasthan Government's ordinance on immunising the present and former public servants, judges and magistrates from any investigation without prior permission of the state government. A draconian ordinance got saved from being formed into a law. Which infringes the fundamental rights of... Continue Reading →

Donot love anything half.

This poem will feel majestic and meaningful. Awakening it is, one of the finest poem written by Khalil Gibran. Spending our lives in not knowing the best or living the best of the moment but only accommodating our existence is a waste of life. “Do not love half lovers Do not entertain half friends Do... Continue Reading →

Netaji and Nationalism

What is Nationalism in today's context? What it is to be a Nationalist or an Anti-Nationalist? Is singing Vande Mataram makes us more Nationalistic?, wearing Saffron makes us more Nationalist? or our eating habits defines us to be a Nationalist or Anti- Nationalist? If we want to know what Indian nationalism stands for or its... Continue Reading →

भारत के किसान का संघर्ष

  ये एक ऐसी महिला की कहानी है, जो मुझे पंजाब के मालवा बेल्ट के एक बहादुरपुर गाँव में मिली|पंजाब वैसे तो हरित क्रांति के लिए जाना जाता है, लेकिन पंजाब की एक हकीकत यह भी है कि वहाँ का किसान आज बेबस और लाचार है| बढ़ते कर्ज के कारण वे सिर्फ आत्महत्या का ही विकल्प... Continue Reading →

Indira the name is enough.

 If Indira Priyadarshini never had been a Nehru or a Gandhi, would she go on to become the prime minister of India for 15 years? Well the point of contention is not whose daughter she was, whose wife or mother she was. What is more important is, the ignored fact that she was one of... Continue Reading →

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