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
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
Luckily, at 6 PM today, this author had some hunch about the fact there maybe a grave announcement, and more specifically it meant extending the blanket lock-down imposed by the Government of India, amid the scare of spread of Coronavirus in India. This author went around driving and saw people preparing for the Navratri that … Read more How to Face the Fear of Death from Corona…!