OLYMPICS ARE BIASED AGAINST INDIANS

  Another Olympics and yet another time we are thrilled as a nation to have got one Bronze. We compete with such nations as Azerbaijan, Slovakia, Serbia and Mongolia whilst the nation with whom we are made to (or expected to) compete in GDP growth, greatness etc, ie, China, tops the medal tally. After every dismal performance we are filled with renewed zeal: “Agli baar chhodenge nahin” (next time we shall not leave […]

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BORN FREE? SATYAMEV JAYATE? LETS WORK TOWARDS IT

In my last article in Philosophy section of the blog, I wrote about ‘How Unbiased Or Innocent Can We Become?  The article had this quote from Swami Vivekanand near the end: “Therefore we see at once that there cannot be any such thing as free-will; the very words are a contradiction, because will is what we know, and everything that we know is within our universe, and everything within our […]

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DESPERATE JEALOUS WIVES

As soon as I started writing articles in my blog, I wrote one titled ‘Loose Emotions’. In this I brought out that the deadliest Loose Emotion for women is Jealousy or Envy. Recently (just two days back) a Nigerian businessman  by the name of Uroko Onoja realised the hard way (or soft way, whichever way you look at it) that having sex with his youngest wife of a pack of […]

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बीवी का नया नाम

  Courtesy: heysko.com यारो अगर बीवी भी बन जाये गले में फंदा और तुम रहना चाह्ते हो इस जहान में ज़िन्दा  डोरी को कभी ना बनने दो रस्सी या संगल तभी रहेंगे तुम्हारे  दिन व रात मंगल  

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BLOGGING – RACE OR STAMPEDE?

The Webster dictionary describes the word ‘Stampede’ as: “A sudden panicked rush of a number of horses, cattle, or other animals“. Lately, however, the description has also come to include people, eg, “There was a stampede at the temple on the hill. When reports last came in, 23 people had died and two were in critical state in the hospital.” The four key words are: sudden, panic, rush, animals. Why, oh why, do bloggers […]

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LOVE BEYOND THE PAIN

Don’t love me, O’ sweet, when we meet, For there is less Glee in achieving than in yearning. From here it’s alluring, The scent of your tress; I get my joys in burning, In pining, in longing And in sorrow, And waiting for each tomorrow. I don’t want to strangle my dreams to death, You, alone, sit in my dream castle On an island in a grieving river; And far […]

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