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VIRAT KOHLI: ONE MAN ARMY FOR A REASON

Virat scored a ton. Its just like a cup of tea for him now. India have tilted the pendulum back, walking away with enough momentum to boast. England have been battered mentally; after holding the aces for the first half of the day, they’ve miraculously managed to throw it away. Ashwin has managed to hold on to Cook’s number, finding out ways that keep getting more beautiful to the eye. But the day goes to Read more…

By Vishu Arora, ago
History

Kargil Vijay diwas: A tale of triumph

Bodies battered and minds shattered; They carried on ‘coz Victory mattered. The heights stay frozen, not with ice; But by their blood and sacrifice Sons and fathers, like you and me; Conquered the peaks and set them free Too many did we lose, too many did we bleed; But they cared not for their own need Fight they did till their last breath out; Without a question, nor a doubt Tear soaked letters did their Read more…

By Vishu Arora, ago
News

From times of India to toilet paper of India: A series of events

1- TOI posted a news of a Muslim “Maulvi” forces men into unnatural sex and Posted it with featured image of a BABA/Hindu Sadhu, Yes! The writer of that article was also a Muslim, Propaganda!! 2- People On Social Media went crazy after reading full article, They found the man who was involved was Muslim and not a “Sadhu”, Name mentioned in the article was Asif Noori, Why the content writer used Sadhu image? to Read more…

By Vishu Arora, ago
News

#RahulHugsModi Twitter lashes out with memes

“You can abuse me, you can call me Pappu, but I don’t have a speck of hatred against you. I will take out this hatred out of you and turn it into love. I am the Congress,” said Rahul Gandhi, making an astonishing reference to the pejorative rivals use for him. He left his seat, strode across the floor and wrapped his arms awkwardly around the prime minister, who looked startled. Known for his bear-hugs Read more…

By Vishu Arora, ago
News

Delhi is on the verge of an apocalypse

This picture of the Minto Bridge in the heart of Delhi (barely a few steps from New Delhi railway station & Connaught place) from 13 July paints a really grim picture of the capital of world’s sixth largest economy aspiring for a UNSC permanent membership. This is not after days and days of rainfall, or overflowing of a dangerous river, but 45 minutes of heavy rain. It is not a new phenomena but has been Read more…

By Vishu Arora, ago
Uncategorized

India chooses drug addict over a Legendary player, tells a lot about which direction our nation is going.

Hockey player Sandeep Singh was travelling by train on 21st August 2006 to join rest of his team for 2006 World cup. A jawan sitting in his compartment accidentally fired his gun and the bullet hit Sandeep Singh. Singh’s lowest rib was fractured, his pancreas was punctured and there was some damage to kidneys and liver. His backbone was flaked too. Because of this, his body below the waist got paralyzed. But Sandeep Singh did Read more…

By Vishu Arora, ago
Social

THE SHARK AND THE GOLDFISH

When India became independent, the overriding feeling amongst our leaders was that the Indian Army was a remnant of our colonial past, and best forgotten. Since “Ahimsa” was to be the nation’s guiding principle, the army was really not required. The police would be sufficient to handle minor disturbances. For nine weeks, that was the over-riding emotion. Then, Pakistan attacked. The 1947-48 war was the longest post-Independence war we have fought. Between 1948 and 1962, Read more…

By Vishu Arora, ago
News

From rice fields to winning gold for India, Hima das makes India proud

Hima Das created history on Thursday when she became the first athlete from India to win a gold medal in a global event. The 18-year-old achieved this feat by winning women’s 400 metre race at the IAAF World U-20 Championships in Tampere, Finland. JUST 18 months after running her first competitive race — an inter-district meet in Sivasagar, Assam — 18-year-old Hima Das has created athletics history. The daughter of a rice farmer from Dhing Read more…

By Vishu Arora, ago
News

#MumbaiRains are back and so MEMES

The Mumbai rains have always been the city’s talking point. Innumerable stories on the Mumbaikar spirit in the face of flooding roads and buses have religiously been read by many who only end up admiring the city more. Heavy rains continue to lash in Mumbai and have made life difficult for the office goers in the city. The rain has affected Mumbaiker’s life by bringing the city to the standstill. While some are enjoying the weather by Read more…

By Vishu Arora, ago
News

Sanju recreates munna bhai scene, twitter lashes out with memes

Remember that epic classroom scene where Munna confronts Dr Asthana, played by Boman Irani, with an important question regarding the filling of a form on the arrival of a patient.  The film has brought back memories of Munna Bhai and these memes are a result of that: Wo SARKAR banane ke liye election karwana jaruri hai kya. pic.twitter.com/cftsYvWwG7 — Freelance 007 (@James_Beyond) July 2, 2018 Woh CD Banane ke baad Please like this video and Hit the Read more…

By Vishu Arora, ago