Your birth itself makes you a part of politics - geographically, culturally, racially and even biologically. It begins with who you are and later gets reflected by what you do or don't.
The Indian cow is chewing more than the usual cud these days. Setting debates on fire and people against each other, this humble animal should be anything but humble!
(This article was published in the Sunday Reading of The Assam Tribune, April 9, 2017) FOR WOMEN, because that is assumed to be their office Notice how there is hardly any advertisement where the man is using the brand of edible oil in the kitchen or nappies for the child? Notice how it is assumed... Continue Reading →
Disclaimer: This piece is written on a 'How it looks like' basis and has no political affiliations of its own. It does not undermine the processes of broadcast media and means no disrespect either. It is merely a common viewer's reflection about regional media. The image used is for a representative purpose only. Talk show... Continue Reading →
Dear fellow commentator on public opinion websites, Hi! Hope this finds you well-slept and calm. First, tune into your favourite radio channel or music app and play the best ambient music. Now...don't be alarmed but I have a few things to say. You see, I'm all for political correctness and letting people be and not... Continue Reading →
If you have high blood sugar or you're trying to cut down on your weight or simply trying to switch to a healthy lifestyle, just stop the sugar intake completely. Maybe, learn to savour the savouries. But don't try sugar-free biscuits, EVER! Sugar-free edibles, be it biscuits, cakes, halwa or others are tasteless to the... Continue Reading →
First, the smearing of the humble plate of 'chowmein' for encouraging an aggressive sexual behaviour. Now, the 'phoren' bull! Haryana Minister of Animal Husbandry and Dairy, Om Prakash Dhankar's comment relegating foreign bulls in the bovine ladder for not being ritugami (mating according to the reproductive season) unlike Indian bulls and further calling them 'similar' to the people of the countries... Continue Reading →