Solving Hunger needs a Revolution

When around seventy years ago, our forefathers brought forth upon this continent our great nation, they knew that a time will come when we will be made to change- change not for change’s sake, but change to endure- and today that time has indubitably arrived. India has made unprecedented processes in the seventy years of its independence. After being left completely robbed of its charm in the hands of the Brits, our nation was thought to be nearing apocalypse. Moreover, our uncanny experiment with democratic ideals compelled the world that India doesn’t need any antagonist it will self-pulverize itself. However, the clairvoyance of great economic, social and political pundits was purged when India stamped on their prediction to appear into the limelight as the pioneer of this new epoch.
The nation has certainly exhibited a paradigm progress in its term as an independent country, but unfortunately, the societal chasm in our nation has also widened to a greater extent. Though our advancem…

Letting the cats out of the bag.

North Korea seems to be a perennial issue around the political lobbies of the political lobbies of the world. The dictator regime has always been an issue of concern for the Americans and the South Koreans but with its advent and rapid upgrading of the technologically advanced artillery, issues regarding the vision of the capricious regime of North Korea continue to be clad in a nebulous enigma.
Rocket men of Kim Jong Un are having hard days. With so many military exercises, artillery explosion and testing, the North Korean despot is incessantly striking the top headlines almost every day. The immense surge in the military activities of this secluded nation is of nightmarish concern to the think tanks around the world. According to the available numbers, the North Korean army launched eight missiles in the incipient two years of their contemporary tyrant, but since then there has been no looking back. Kim Jong Un has pressed the throttle hard and now the country launches more than 15 m…

How to be an inspiring leader.

If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more –You are a leader.” -JOHN QUINCY ADAM
A leader is indubitably the most pivotal link in any organization, the one who coalesces various discrete departments to collaborate together. Visions don’t beget leaders but leaders do create them. The part and parcel of any defined structure is the paramount vanguard which will lead the institution to accomplish victory and veritably there is no doubt that having no leader at all is better than having an insipid leader. Having no leadership will corroborate defeats but having a vapid leader summons catastrophes too. In this cut-throat competition, a strong leader is a sine qua non. Any institution that wants to conquer this competition ought to have a robust leadership and an inspiring leadership is hence, certainly indispensable.
So, how can you be an inspiring leader? Though the process is not that much of a cake walk; but, it is not impossible either. Here are two s…

How Leaders Can Push People Into Action.

The difference between a boss and a leader is that the former says “go” and the latter says “let’s go”.
There has been no eminent leader in this world that has not spearheaded his organization with his own example. A leader, in actuality, is not just an elected personality, but is someone who has proved himself; the one who has expounded to others that he knows how to govern. The first step that a leader must take to push his employees to give their best, rather than inducing them in torpor, is to encourage them to mull over his great vision.
It is a conspicuous fact that people can’t give their best in something they are not passionate about; hence if a leader wants to embark on a fling of  success, he must make sure that he invigorates an uncanny passion in all of his employees. He needs to make sure that they acknowledge his passion for his project. He can’t sit idle in his cabin doing nothing and expecting others to do the requisite work. The best would come only and only if each pe…

THE FAULTY LINES OF ICBR (India-China Border Roads).

The Indian subcontinent, these days, is fraught with several problems originating from the neighbor global states. While Pakistan has always been a peevish menace, the advent of the People’s Republic of China, the ginormous influx of people from Bangladesh and soaring bellicose presence of PRC in the Indian Ocean are becoming major causes of vexation. In such grave times, when the nation must be scrupulous in substantiating its strategically empowered presence on the border, a dismaying report came yesterday which must raise angst in every Indian’s heart.
The report published by the Indian Express hints at the dilatory attitude of various authorities regarding their duty of accommodating Indian army with good infrastructure support at the border. In the last 12 years, our nation could manage to make only 21 out of the planned 73 roads under the strategically pivotal project of ICBR (India-China Border Roads). The ICBR project was commenced in 2005 during the reign of UPA government and…

The Three-Year Action Agenda

How the pruning of a two year time for the reconsideration of our financial planning can cast a profound impact on our holistic development approach, is currently the rage of the moment in the pecuniary lobbies around the nation. With the jettisoning of the Five-Year plan approaches and the influx of Three Year Action Agenda, Seven Year Strategy and Fifteen Year Vision Plan, the Indian policy-making progress is on the verge of a whole new revolution and we are certainly fortunate enough to adulate its vitality.
Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru derived his motivation behind the induction of the Five Year Plans in the Indian financial planning from the Soviet Union. Joseph Stalin had implemented the respective approach in the 1920s and ensuing this, India as well as the People’s Republic of China adopted the same strategy. India saw the dawn in the year 1951 when the then-Indian Prime Minister Pt. Nehru tabled it in the Parliament.
The adoption of the Five-Year Action Plans in the 1950s was a top-no…


Sometimes in life, all of us are bound to fail harshly. No matter how much easy and tractable the path may seem, we plummet to the ground and there seems no way out. No matter how much hard we prepare, no matter how much near we are to the victory, sometimes “WE FAIL”. Life puts a barbaric test in front of us which scrutinizes us by extirpating us.

“In school, you are first taught a lesson and then you are made to take the test; in life, you first take the test and then learn the lesson.”

If you have failed in something, believe me, you are undergoing a test. Paradoxically failing in life is not failing in the test; the failure in the test would be to abandon your dreams and do nothing but sobbing day and night. Those who don’t carry and insuperable passion will be sloughed away but those who have an invincible flair and an ever-lightening flare will emerge victoriously.

“Everyone has a cruel life, but how you respond to that cruelty decides the mildness of life.”

If you respond by being …