My Politician. Where were you?
Aug15

My Politician. Where were you?

Where were you when two innocent were brutally gang raped on Kanpur highway? Where were you when innocent  dalits were flogged by the so-called “cow protectors/gou rakshaks”? Where were you when a bridge was swept away in Maharashtra? Innocent died for no fault of theirs and not even a single head rolled. Where were you when an innocent was killed over the assumption of consuming beef? Where were you when poor died by the side of...

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I support Salman Khan as the brand ambassador of India for upcoming Olympics game

“Salman may not have competed but is an A list swimmer, cyclist and weight lifter. Sportsmen are performing because of sports lovers like us.” -Salim Khan, proud father of Salman Khan. And I agree with Mr. Salim Khan. We all love our kids. Irrespective of how brash, stupid, dimwitted they turn out to be. We love adore them. He is just another Indian Dad who listed N qualities of his son. And i agree with all of them. For the first...

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Endorsements,Celebrities and The Mango Men
Apr19

Endorsements,Celebrities and The Mango Men

Endorsers for brands making false promises might soon end up in soup. The GOI has decided to take action against ads misguiding users. The regulation also makes the brand ambassador guilty in case of any wrong promise made by the brand. The advertisement industry has opposed the move of government calling it unfair. According to the detractors of the move, the onus is on consumer not advertisers. To an extent, they have a point. We...

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Who should pay for Vijay Mallya’s mistakes?
Apr11

Who should pay for Vijay Mallya’s mistakes?

The king of good times has disappeared from India. Although, he is still active on twitter. We are yet to find a way to prosecute his twitter account. The diplomatic policy with the USA does not allow prosecution of twitter accounts :). I am sure Vijay Mallya (now the king of debt times) is sitting comfortably in his Country house in England pitying the Indian government, bureaucracy, CBI, Banks and every single entity he has evaded...

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Unlearning the Art of Living
Mar22

Unlearning the Art of Living

Sri Sri Ravi Shankar’s mega extravaganza to mark 35 years of the art of living got over last week. The event surrounded by controversies was deemed a huge success by the followers of Art of Living. Unfortunately, for reasons out of my hand I could not attend the event. In fact, I did not even cross DND during this jamboree to avoid the legendary Delhi traffic jam. Did I miss something by not being a part of the event which saw the...

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