A Country of Labels

Facebook posts, tweets, open letters and hundreds of articles later what have we achieved? We told the world that WE are a country of rapists. I see my feed flooded with posts about how men need to change, how we need to respect our women more and how we need to promote equal rights for … Continue reading A Country of Labels

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Rice and Religion: The Deadweight of Indian Politics

In a time when the Indian economy is walking on a tightrope, teetering precariously with a danger of buckling over and falling sideways, mindless and meaningless religion politics still somehow manages to creep into the game. I saw yesterday that the prime time news-hour was comprised of unknown religious leaders debating (to be read abusing … Continue reading Rice and Religion: The Deadweight of Indian Politics

The Big Fat Indian Paycheck

As the entire world knows, the Indian media is the most unbiased, uninfluenced and unabashedly truthful of them all (if you are clueless, then YES, I’m being heavily sarcastic). And they have proven their undeniable worth as a dependable watchdog of the Indian society in these past few days by their unparalleled coverage of the … Continue reading The Big Fat Indian Paycheck

The Real Hero of The Great Indian Elections

(As a writer i feel it is my duty to reveal the truth about why Modi really won in 2014 elections. So here goes...) I would like to start off this post by making my political allegiance clear. I bear no loyalty to any political party. My support lies with the person who turns out … Continue reading The Real Hero of The Great Indian Elections

Would You Like Some Tax?

(Beg your pardon for my long absence. I had to disappear since the authorities were after me for my despicable criminal activities. Apparently kicking a professor in the nuts does not come under freedom of expression!) This article is dedicated to the Income Tax Department of India, trolling Indians for decades now. The Indian middle … Continue reading Would You Like Some Tax?