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Old Song ‘Ghar Se Nikalte Hi, Kuch Dur Chalte Hi’ is the latest Twitter Trend

People on Twitter have ample time on their hands and it seems that now they have figured out a new Twitter format. Trending now is the ‘ghar se nikalte hi, kuch dur chalte hi’ format and it’s absolutely hilarious. The Twitterati took up the line and transformed it into memes which are sure to give you a heavy dose of laughter. And we all know how funny the Twitterverse can be on any given day, Read more…

By Vishu Arora, ago
Social

Dear Mom what’s your problem?

Dear Mom. What’s your problem? This just isn’t right. To begin with, my existence in this world meant, they cut you open and poke a needle in your spine. And for nine months before that day, I literally fed off your nutrition. Yet you welcomed me in this world with a smile, while I cried my gut out in your tired arms. What’s your problem? Why do you continue to call me ten times a Read more…

By Vishu Arora, ago
Social

THE NOTHING STATE

In 1947, Pakistan attacked us in Kashmir, took away our land, and we did nothing. In 1962, China attacked us. Nothing. In 1965, Pakistan attacked us again. Nothing. 1993 bomb blasts. Nothing. 1999 Kargil. Nothing. 26/11 Mumbai. Nothing. Parliament attacks. Nothing. Punjab insurgency. Nothing. Kashmir terrorism. Nothing. LoC violations. Nothing. Numerous major and minor terror incidents across India. Nothing. Attacks on military installations. Nothing. We have become the “nothing” state. In that warm, viscous fluid Read more…

By Vishu Arora, ago
Social

Why would hugging be seen as a dirty act?

News of moral policing in India is not something new. They are, however, just as unfair and anger-inducing each time…well, for most.  All it took for a group of random middle-class citizens of India to turn into a violent extremist mob was the sight of two youngsters sharing a hug. Two lessons from here: 1) Never respect someone just because they are old and elderly. They too can behave in a nasty way and they Read more…

By Vishu Arora, ago
Social

The Course of love

“We believe we are seeking happiness in love, but what we are really after is familiarity. We are looking to re-create, within our adult relationships, the very feelings we knew so well in childhood and which were rarely limited to just tenderness and care. The love most of us will have tasted early on came entwined with other, more destructive dynamics: feelings of wanting to help an adult who was out of control, of being Read more…

By Vishu Arora, ago
Current Affairs

Database Performance of Modi Government

Know your government with all the statistics. *Number of Village left Unelectrified* 2014: 18452 2017: 3937 Grameen Vidyutikaran – Minister: Piyush Goyal *Number of new LPG connections* 2004 – 2014: 5.3 Cr 2014 – 2017: 6.95 Cr Ujjawala Yojana – Minister: Dharmendra Pradhan *Electronic manufacturing in India* 2014: ₹11,198 Cr. 2017: ₹1,43,000 Cr. Make In India – Minister: RS Prasad *Mobile Banking in India* 2013-14: 94.7 million 2017: 722.2 million Digital India – Minister: RS Read more…

By Vishu Arora, ago
Current Affairs

Govt restricts manufacture of oxytocin

Narendra Modi government has banned the import and unauthorised sale of hormone ‘Oxytocin’. ➤ Oxytocin was being highly misused by dairy farmers. Cows and Buffaloes were injected with oxytocin on daily basis to increase the milk yield of cattle. The milk from these animals contained dangerously elevated amounts of oxytocin. . ➤ The high level of oxytocin present in these milk subsequently entered into humans after consuming the milk, leading to many disorders as a Read more…

By Vishu Arora, ago
History

Jagannath Temple, Puri- My divine experience

Puri’s famous Jagannath temple is a very important place for Hindu devotees.This is a sacred place for Hindus, especially the Vaishnava traditions. Saints Adi Shankaracharya, Ramananda and Ramanuja were associated with the temple. All across the world millions of devotees come to this temple to seek blessings of Lord Jagannath throughout the year. The famous temple has some mysteries which do not have any scientific explanation. The devotees believe the unexplained mysteries are blessings of Read more…

By Vishu Arora, ago
News

MR. 360° RIGHTLY SAID

A bizzare innings. Runs, sixes and wickets all clumped together in batches. AB came out at the fall of Kohli and switched on his “god-mode” to delight the RCB crowd. Runs came in a deluge and sixes were like any other event. Some of the batting he displayed was awe-inspiring as well as fear-inducing if you are a CSK team member or a supporter. Just when it looked like RCB were going to run away Read more…

By Vishu Arora, ago
Social

Sikhs and Hindus: A Common Heritage,

Sikhs and Hindus: A Common Heritage, The ritual aspects of the Sikh tradition demonstrate the Hindu origins remaining in the scriptures. Many scholars have stated that the Granth contains specific references to Hindu gods such as Rama and Krishna. The gurudwaras, or Sikh temples, have always been decorated with pictures of Hindu devas and devis. Image: Maharaja Ranjit Singh went to Haridwar to bathe in the Ganga and expressed the wish that on his death Read more…

By Vishu Arora, ago