Sitting this evening and listening to all kind of birds that may have been heard of in the countrside, and looking at faces drooping down because of many reasons set into motion by the lockdown amid the COVID-19 scare it struck this author, how disconnected all of us are from ourselves! After talking to people … Read more Knock, Knock: Know Thyself
How will be our lives if we forgot to differentiate between what is real and what is unreal? Most of us create plans, form opinions and decisions after eschewing upon the knowledge we have and find ourselves to be better positioned than the other, how comfortable isn’t it, yet it is very obvious that the … Read more Reality Vs Reality
This author recalls having come across a famous leader in India stating very clearly that how in due time the freedom of speech and expression will be abused by the citizens and the state will find it tough to deal with the demand of the times to usher in a new kind of a society. … Read more Limits of Democracy!
This author doesn’t know how much do we all love the moon in this generation where we barely have the time to flirt with the heavens. This author has had the occasion of seeing the stars of the heavens and yet the heavens despite all the beautiful stars and constellations look bizarre without you, dear … Read more Oh Dear Moon!
How surreal it is when we see that despite warnings that ignorance might prove fatal to our existence, we land up ignoring so much in our day to day lives and still there are not much of disastrous results ensuing, but, in a greater span of things there are things that seem like a bundle … Read more Ignorance Says I’m Your Best Friend!
This author has been a nature lover from his childhood. I never told anyone that I shared a great love for plants and flowers, they look like maidens to this man’s eyes. I remember staying at a boys hostel in Dehradun, and there was a rough patch next to my room which was more of … Read more Nature’s Come to Bloom: Thanks COVID-19
How many of us recall the last time we gave smiled at a total stranger on a street or somewhere random without fearing how will we be judged? During vague times someone suggested me as a measure to smile too often, since I smile very less, so I used to abruptly smile to myself anywhere … Read more Extending Smiles
The measures announced by the Finance Ministry and the RBI, don’t bode well for the Indian industry. This is a heartfelt notion and devoid of any kind of reactionism that many people might term it as this assessment is a very myopic overview of the cyclical manner the economy of a nation such as India … Read more Nationalisation of Industry in the Offing: Socio-Economic Justice
How involved we get with our own boredom when we are told not to live our materially abusive lives, and rather live like monks/ ascetics just because some silly microorganism threatened our existence (feels funny to me ;)) though, it is true that staying put in monotonous surroundings is tough, and it generates a series … Read more Involved With Boredom
Any eventuality or even an Act of God can be effectively dealt with when there is some legal/ legislative framework available to those who are tasked with dealing with a situation that is a crisis. It is for this reason we have protocols encoded in various laws to offer a very systematic approach to deal … Read more Making a Case for Public Health (Prevention, Control & Management of Epidemics, Bio-terrorism and Disasters) Bill, 2017 Over Epidemic Diseases Act-1897: Legislative Impropriety