If you’re perplexed where the world is headed, how the future might unfold & where we might end up. This is the book for you.
The fascinating narrative, the alternate reasoning & perplexing questions that the book raises makes it a perfect page-turner. Take my advice; grab it now. You won’t regret the deal!
Final words; this book would keep you absorbed for many days. So, why wait, grab it & help yourself with some history lessons!
The Insight would be bringing a host of articles & stories on the birth of the Indian nation
That the marginalized in India are increasingly feeling restless. This isn’t a hyperbole it’s the stark reality of the times we live in.
We live in an age where the media loves to toe the government line & serves as an extended propaganda tool for the ruling dispensation.
The subtext is; ignore the voter at your own peril.
I’ve a habit of sifting through various news websites every day. I regularly hop between sites like The Atlantic, Guardian & Indian news sites like Scroll & The Wire. Since the past four years, I’ve almost given up watching Indian news channels. Partly because of the substandard shows that simply love to sensationalize every damn … Continue reading Craven & Servile: How The Indian Media Lost The Plot
Within days after the US President Donald Trump’s visit to the Gulf monarchies the rift among Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) members has only become nastier. Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain, Egypt, Yemen & the Libyan interim government have cut ties with Qatar. Only Kuwait & Oman still continue to maintain relations. What’s intriguing is the almost … Continue reading Explained: The Qatari Crisis & The Impending Political Realignment In The Mid-East
Come 15th August, India would mark its 71st Independence Day. That we as a nation have come a long way is an indisputable fact; a robust economy, a burgeoning middle- class & an aspirational youth that craves more opportunity are only a few among the long list of achievements of the world’s largest democracy. Still … Continue reading Fact Check: Why Vilifying Nehru Doesn’t Work