It’s not a crisis until the majority of of the population feels its a crisis. Three things have been constantly going up in 2020 1- Wuhan virus patients 2- the stock markets 3- Sovereign debts of countries Well, the second thing is something to be cheerful about, but first and the third one are definitely … Continue reading A Lannister who doesn’t pay it’s debt!
October 10, is celebrated as "National Day" in the island "Country" of Taiwan. Usually for us Indians, apart from US independence day, we aren't really concerned with foundation/independence day of any country other than India. But 2020, was special, ( as if it isn't already). With sudden rise in national pride and oppressive mentality, the … Continue reading Blooming Romance of The Pacific
In the rest of the world, its planning first and later execution for urbanization, in our country we execute first, and once the existing infrastructure is stretched to its limits we began the planing process. If it needs to be explained in a simpler manner, imagine a plain barren ground at the boundary of the … Continue reading The Dilemmatic Indian
Note - This was originally written in February 2019. Propaganda wins. It doesn't matter whether its an election, a war or a college romance their fate is decided by something called propaganda. A charismatic person at helm spreading messages and ideas always attracts the lot and impacts their decision and mentally hijacked people start dancing … Continue reading Propaganda wins
Note - This was originally written in February, 2019. Kingdom of Saudi Arabia hates Iran, so does America but Saudi wants to improve ties with China and the USA and Israel are inseparable allies. India has good ties with Iran as well as Saudi as well as Israel so does Saudi with Pakistan. Saudi and … Continue reading Riyadh to New Delhi: via Islamabad!
I remember in 2018 when Rafael deal was inked, before the ink was dry our democracy was in full swing. "Chowkidar chor hai" was the cry at Akbar road. Shbaz Ansar of "The Print" went to one such protest and asked the participant some genuine, lucid questions like "what if Rafael?" "From which country are … Continue reading Liberation or Sugar-coated slavery?
So, here we are in the final addition of this Competitive exam series of my blog. Unlike the other ones where I touched various subjects of the exams and how to tackle those, in this post I will exclusively focus on the importance of screening and scanning Previous Year Question papers, when ever you prepare … Continue reading Part – 4
Hello! In my last post we discussed about the "English" paper, this time well talk about the statics. variables and Quant. Polity, History,Science,Economics, Static Gk - makes up the "statics". Current affairs and current rankings and ratings - variables First I'll talk about how I dealt with it, then pointers for you guys. My experience … Continue reading Part – 3
Hello! As I had mentioned in the previous introductory post, without wasting much of the readers time lets jump straight to the topic at hand - "Competitive exams". Well, to be honest except few course centric exams - JEE,NEET,GATE,DUET- usually most of the other exams follow a fix assembly line pattern. Their structure basically involves … Continue reading Part – 2 (Continuation)
Hello there, Well as the name suggests this post, and a few others followed, will be basically something which I had never done on a public forum before, writing about my personal life. Either it is by birth or it is the way I was brought up, I have this fixed in my mind that … Continue reading My Version of Rags to (Academic) Riches