Up for blame game?

Responsibility is such a nasty word these days! Instead of looking at the entire process and how a problem must be solved, we use the word ‘blame’ and keep pointing fingers at the other side. Blame-Game starts publicly in TV Debate shows; it starts with a healthy debate but slowly, with the course of time, turns into an ugly show of screaming banters where representatives forget the real issue and resolve to blaming their opponents.…

Continue reading

Amazon-face of retail world turns 20

“Cadabra” was the magical name that Jeffrey Preston Bezos, founder of Amazon, initially wanted to give to Amazon in 1994, but was dropped off as it sounded more like “Cadaver“, especially over phone. Even “Relentless” was thought upon to be this site’s name and amazingly you can find this name ending you up at Amazon itself now. Finally ending up with “Amazon“, on the most voluminous river of the world, Jeff Bezos always knew it…

Continue reading

LOBBYING

WHAT IS LOBBYING? Lobbying is a word which may have negative connotations in some people’s minds. Those people who are not close to the political process sometimes think that if politicians were able to make decisions in an environment free of lobbying , then better better decisions could be made. This is a misconception of the political process. The act of attempting to influence business and government leaders to create legislation or conduct an activity…

Continue reading

Whose mistake is it anyway?

Admission season is at it’s peak and students are striving to get admission in Delhi University, University which is known for it’s high standards in teaching all over the country. At present, around 79 colleges are affiliated to Delhi University. This year around 3.2 lakh students applied for admission in DU. However, the number of seats available are 54000 which means that 2.66 lakh students would not get admission in any of the colleges of…

Continue reading

THE RISE OF MYTHOLOGICAL TALES

During the 70s, 80s and even at the early 90s, Indian Channels were not dominated by Saas-Bahu Drama or by Reality Shows but by shows like Ramanand Sagar’s Ramayana and Krishna, BR Chopra’s Mahabharata, Singhassan Battissi, Chandrakanta etc. Fast Forward to early 2010 this mythological shows have made a comeback not just in tv but also in movies. Shows like Mahadev, Mahabharata, Ramayana, Singhassan Battisi etc have made their comeback in TV with beautiful dramatisation…

Continue reading

Chennai Metro opens

The city Chennai, capital of Tamilnadu was the seat of power for many south Indian kingdoms through many years. Chennai is one of the four metropolitan cities. It is also an important part of south India as well as the largest city of India. The credit of the becoming economy goes to the metro reopens in the city which is an another flair of development. The first metro rail service in the city between koyambedu…

Continue reading

Vyapam Scam

  Why do we face entrance exams before entering into any professional course? And why are these entrance exams are held, the only motive behind these entrances is to give a fair chance to every student and  the according to their potential they are ranked and then they pursue whatever course they wamt. But recently the Vyapam Scam has agitated the youth across the country. What is Vyapam Scam? Vyapam stands for Vyavsay Pariksha Mandal…

Continue reading
AM I A READER OR A LISTENER?

AM I A READER OR A LISTENER?

FOOD FOR THOUGHT!!! I firmly believe many of us will be in a dilemma to decipher this truth, far too few people know whether they are reader or listener, and rarely people are both. But such ignorance could invite host of difficulties, for instances Lord Dwight Eisenhower was the supreme commander of the allied forces of Europe during the World War 2, he was the darling of the press, his press conference was a visual…

Continue reading

We Need a reform in traffic rules…

We need a reform in our traffic rules, we need it? Fairly speaking no, we don’t need a bit of reform in our traffic rules what rules we have they are standardized well enough. What we need is we have to make those people who don’t follow it make them to follow it, this is not the one man’s task. We all have to be united for the task. Not only the residents who not…

Continue reading

REFORMS IN EDUCATION SYSTEM..

We Indians always used to say that our education system has nothing in it on one side and on the other side if someone makes changes in the education pattern, we are the one’s who protest against these reforms and want them to be roll backed. It’s not the first time DU i.e; Delhi University tried to reform our higher education system. 2 years back DU came with the system of four year undergraduate program,…

Continue reading