Political lynching or Dadri Lynching. What is worse?
Oct08

Political lynching or Dadri Lynching. What is worse?

Our Politicians are funny at times. The most difficult task for me or for any mango man of this country is to take them seriously. In fact, when you hear them speak. You wonder. Do they even take themselves seriously? Dadri “Beef” Lynching is an infamous incident which shook our country. As usually happens with such incidents in India, the incident was followed by visit of series of leaders from different political...

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Why I support Government’s draft encryption policy on Whatsapp, Twitter and FB
Sep22

Why I support Government’s draft encryption policy on Whatsapp, Twitter and FB

You cannot help but wonder how much “Vela” (idle) time our government policy makers have. Their draft policy (now withdrawn) had framework to make it mandatory for us (the real vela users of whatsapp) to store data for last 9 months. All of you cribbing on this government policy should be happy, Section 66A of IT is still not implemented 🙂 . Frankly speaking, I am a little disheartened with how our government bowed to pressure from...

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Beef-Meat Ban @Twitter
Sep12

Beef-Meat Ban @Twitter

Our over-enthusiastic Government in its pursuit to discipline the citizens of this country has been on a ban spree. Earlier, it was beef ban to save the Holy Cow and now we have the Meat Ban to appease Jains during their festival season. I have done my best in past to oppose our regressive Government through these articles: a. Who benefits the most from Porn Ban b. When IIT-Madras banned its student’s body c. Eat-Drink-Pay by...

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Bihar Elections :A Story of Hawabaaz, Kaamkaji and Confused Voters
Sep10

Bihar Elections :A Story of Hawabaaz, Kaamkaji and Confused Voters

Dates of much awaited Bihar elections are out. Bihar’s destiny will be decided in a time duration of 5 day. Just one short of a test match 🙂 . Not getting into details of why 5 days are kept aside for this battle. I will move to why this election is a game of confusions for voters. All participating political parties in this elections have done some Jumla or other to find partners to add to their armory. This is also first time when...

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Hardik Patel and the dirty game of reservations
Aug27

Hardik Patel and the dirty game of reservations

Hardik Patel is the man of hour. At a young age of 21, he has achieved more than I have achieved in 30+ years 🙂 . You cannot help but notice the manner in which he has unruffled feathers of state’s ruling party. Politics is a funny game. Your ally today could very well turn out to be your nemesis tomorrow. This is what this young unknown entity has turned into. He has taken home state of our ruling Prime Minister, Narendra Modi...

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Who is Pakistan’s biggest enemy?
Aug24

Who is Pakistan’s biggest enemy?

Since the discovery of a certain Mr. D in the posh colonies of Karachi, the debates on TV News channels have a new topic to discuss. “Where is Mr. D?” The dreadful D Company’s boss had an electricity bill generated on his name in Karanchi. Since the revelation become a part of public space, we have had few prominent Pakistani personalities turn up on Indian TV channels denying the presence of the most wanted man of India in Pakistan....

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