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Mob Violence In Pune Over Facebook Post

By   /  June 4, 2014  /  Breaking News, Society  /  1 Comment

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At first I thought of ignoring this fresh cycle of violence, partly because I was afraid of speaking against the mobs. However water seems to be running over the head now and has been mostly ignored by mainstream media for most part. Pune started seeing disturbance on Sunday, 1-Jun-2014 when mobs on two wheelers started doing […]

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The Curious Case of Arvind Kejriwal

By   /  April 1, 2014  /  Politics  /  No Comments

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The Curious Case of Benjamin Burton is an interesting film about a man who was born a grown up and started getting smaller with age. It reminds me of a man in Indian politics whose conscience was gigantic once upon a time, and has shrunk to the abysmal levels with time. Do not cringe when I […]

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Gallantry Award for the Policemen who found Azam Khan’s Buffaloes

By   /  February 3, 2014  /  Society  /  1 Comment

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I was choked with emotions when the news broke in that in an Operation launched at an unprecedented scale, the Uttar Pradesh Police has managed to rescue Azam Khan’s seven buffaloes which were stolen a day before. The whole administration of Rampur worked as one unit  on this task and I was so filled with […]

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माय माटी छोडब नही, लडाय छोडब नही..

By   /  December 18, 2013  /  Politics  /  No Comments

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The Government would have done India a big favor if it had let aside it crony capitalism for a moment and let its Netas, Babus and Police reflect on the grievances of the Tribals. This song describes their plight and why they have been forced to take up arms against the system, which usually does […]

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The Archaic Jungle Called Indian Penal Code: 377 and Beyond

By   /  December 15, 2013  /  Society  /  3 Comments

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Our Honorable Supreme Court has been giving predictably shocking judgement recently, be it giving another bail to Laloo Yadav or the more notorious one in which it set aside a 2009 ruling by Delhi High Court which had rendered Article 377 null and void. The Apex court has ruled that changing the laws is the […]

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