April 3, 2024

Life, Death, and the Gray Areas: My Unconventional Stance on Suicide

Suicide is a complex topic, often painted in broad strokes. Yet, I find myself seeing it in shades of gray rather than black and white. Let’s unpack this. Firstly, let’s be clear—I’m not here to romanticize suicide or offer it as a solution. No, sir. I firmly believe in extending a helping hand to those […]

March 21, 2024

Rahul Gandhi: The Unintentional Comedian of Indian Politics

Rahul Gandhi, the Congress party’s golden boy and self-proclaimed messiah of the people, has yet again graced us with his profound wisdom. In his latest address, Gandhi spoke about ‘Shakti’ in Hinduism. The devout Shiv bhakt probably didn’t know that Shakti in Hinduism is Nari and the power of women. While his intentions may have […]

March 16, 2024

A Satirical Glance into Political Investment

Ah, the grand spectacle of elections. A time-honored tradition where democracy dances with capitalism in a waltz of vested interests and ulterior motives. Let’s not delude ourselves with notions of noble civic duty; behind the facade of democracy lies a stage where the true players are not the voters, but the investors. Picture this: a […]

February 20, 2024

The Fallacy of India Alliance: A Crumbling Antimodi Coalition

In the chaotic dance of Indian politics, alliances form and dissolve with alarming frequency, leaving voters bewildered and leaders scrambling for relevance. The latest casualty in this political theatre is the India alliance, a ragtag assembly of opposition parties united by little more than their shared disdain for one man: Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Let’s […]

February 14, 2024

Farmers’ March: Rights and Roads Collide

Once again, the nation finds itself at a crossroads as farmers take to the streets in protest, their demands echoing through the corridors of power. It’s hard not to wonder if this sudden surge in protest is more about a political agenda than genuine grievances, especially with national elections looming large on the horizon. However, […]

June 1, 2023

Focus on the blur: Where cricket and TV shows meet!

For a very long time, I have believed IPL to be the best scripted reality show. In fact, the most socialist scheme ever, where the rich invests money and poor gets entertainment. Be it Bollywood movies, TV shows, reality shows or cricket, nowadays it is becoming difficult to differentiate between all of them. Cricket has […]

The Iconic Blue Bird Has Gone ft. Elon Musk
April 4, 2023

The Iconic Blue Bird Has Gone ft. Elon Musk

The blue bird of Twitter–an iconic symbol of the platform for over a decade has gone, but let’s be real; who needs tradition and history when you can have a goofy-looking dog that’s been plastered all over the internet for a few years? There is a famous saying, “Every dog has a day,” and the […]

December 30, 2022

#2022 YEAR-IN-REVIEW

HIGHs OF 2022 As we look back on how the year was. Here’re things that got us high!    Launched Solh Wellness App: The first comprehensive mental health platform Reached 20,000+ downloads Conducted Numerous Educational Workshops     Created a new literature festival: PragatiE Vichaar Literature Festival  Launched the first unbiased data driven excellence awards […]

August 26, 2022

China and Dubai: Two sides of the same coin?

In my travels, what I have noticed is that every country or city that I visit has its own flavor, its own vibe that fills me with an acute understanding of the place. And even if it is obvious it has to be mentioned that every single one of those places always differ from the […]

July 25, 2022

Ranil Wickremesinghe: An insight for the new Sri Lanka President

On last week’s Wednesday Parliament, Sri Lanka elected Ranil Wickremesinghe as their new President through a cabinet vote. What most of the population has hailed as a disastrous move as the political veteran and the six-time Prime Minister is a close ally of the former President Gotabaya Rajapaksa. By defeating the former journalist Dullas Alahapperuma, […]

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