#10YearChallenge:A new exhilaration on Social Media

Another year and another social media movement. But this time this movement is to bring nostalgic movement from the past and people are enjoying the perks of it. #10YearChallenge, yes you heard it right. This movement is social media sensation these days growing it’s attraction among teenagers the most. The latest internet frenzy movement involves posting a picture of yourself that was taken 10 years back and placing it next to one that is taken Read more…

India won and Aussies bites the dust

What a chase win for team India. Dhoni – the finisher – is alive, and so are India in this series. You never write off a champion player like him, a fact that was hammered home with that timely six off the first ball which brought up his half-century. Started by Aussies, Marsh was brilliant with his bat that results into his century and Maxwell garnished the score in last. Also remember the last three Read more…

The accidental Prime Minister- A complete MASTERPIECE

Being an Indian youth myself, there’s been this particular question that keeps bothering me – Why are we so image-conscious? This movie, is the perfectionist’s way of digging into the core of vivid details about a true Prime Minister of the people and not any party. To all those, who claimed that Dr. Manmohan Singh was a puppet at the hands of Sonia Gandhi & Rahul Gandhi, they’d be compelled to take back their words Read more…

URI- How’s the Josh? VERY HIGH SIR

A tale of valour, grit, indomitable will and triumph over life is what best defines the movie, Uri: A Surgical Strike and the sentiment was palpable in the packed theatre last night. Being a connoisseur of military films I have a very sceptic approach when I am watching any military operations related movies. So when I went to watch Uri:The Surgical Strike, I put the film under microscope, more so as it involved the love Read more…

Skills of Negotiation comes into every sizes

Returned from a lunch party just now, and learnt some very important lessons during the outing today. Let me narrate what exactly happened. This afternoon, a friend took us out for lunch because he had purchased a house (3 BHK apartment costing Rs 75 lakh) last week, and we had been pestering him for a “treat”. He took us out to a decent restaurant where we had unlimited buffet and had fun time. After lunch, Read more…

Pujara and pant duo- nightmare for Aussies

What a start for the Indian team. Story started from pujara and ended to pant turing this duo nightmare for Aussies in the day time. Rishabh Pant became the first Indian wicketkeeper to score a century in England – he achieved that in his third Test match. On 66, he has a shot at owning that same record in Australia, bettering Farokh Engineer who made 89 in 1967. A noticeable feature of his batting in Read more…

Capitalism and welfare mentality

A guy looked at the pictures of Vijay Mallya and Nirav Modi today and said I wonder how many people could have been fed for the money that useless scams cost. I replied I am not sure, it fed a lot of families of investigators who have been spending months trying to decode their network, it fed the government service aspirants after vacancies in investigator posts have to be increased to make way for more Read more…

Why are people not passionate?

Why are people not passionate. People are not passionate because passions are embarrassing. You could be a nerd for reading too many books, wasted for playing too much video game, spend thrift if you like to travel, geeky if you spend all your time in front of the computer and good for nothing if you watch too many movies. Passions are unique to individuals, and more often than other people wouldn’t get you. People will Read more…

The high

The problem of our times is that we are trying to live life by the rules laid down 20 years ago. Get a good degree, you are settled for life. Find a good job, you are settled for life. Start a business, you are settled for life. Our lives, the circumstances and the world we live in is changing faster than anybody imagined. Changes that make people redundant very fast. Changes that shut businesses down Read more…

The legendary Bhagat Singh

‘Bhagat Singh’ the name itself is enough to fill us with a sense of patriotism and pride. But even after 81 years of his immortality most of us perceive him as a hot-headed youngster. Have you ever wondered there were thousands of youngsters who fought for liberty but why this man still dominates the saga of struggle. A parallel to Gandhi, an extremist according to imperialist Britishers, a dictator according to some fellow revolutionaries and an epitome of valor, Bhagat Singh is Read more…