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It's sometimes fair...

For life is not always fair, It’s sometimes fair to let go, For the Sun can’t shine always, It’s sometimes fair to trust the darkness, For the sea can’t always beget nifty waves, It’s sometimes fair to accept your flaw,
It’s sometimes fair to cry, It’s sometimes fair to go wry, It’s sometimes fair to fail, It’s sometimes fair to fear the gale, It’s sometimes fair to feel bad, It’s sometimes fair to not be always glad, It’s sometimes fair to reckon back, It’s sometimes fair to stop and feel bad about where you lack,
But it’s never fair to incinerate your hopes, But it’s never fair to feel that everything is gone, Cause one day the tides will come and the sun will shine, That grandeur will be thine, Because day the darkness will go away and the fruits will be borne, Because one day, life would stop being wanton and merriment will be grown, Because one day, your stint of years’ scoundrel failure, Would be minute, In front of a day’s success of your worthy resolute.
JAI HIND, JAI BHARAT JAI MA BHARTI



Misguided Pluralism.

Around the world, the momentum being developed is of “Right vs. Center”. In the US, the democrats and republicans are busy wrangling, in the UK the Labors and the Conservatives are busy underscoring the chasm and in India too, the so-called debate has sneaked into the limelight. The issue became even more flagrant with the election of Mr. Trump to the presidency of the US and since then there has been no end. Some are averring that this is rightist’s epoch. With the Republicans taking up 33 out of 50 gubernatorial posts in the USA, Brexit in the UK, rightist politicians have certainly hit the bull’s eye. Though the statistics are easy to expound why this is rightist’s period, but still pasting them on the Indian subcontinent and furnishing exegesis based on the same would be nothing short of a tomfoolery because in India there is indeed no right, left or even center. Here we don’t understand the directions but we believe in time. If you are in power, head to whichever direction you …

WHY CHINA WON'T LET NORTH KOREA OUT OF THE BAG?

The tremors of the soi-distant “Hydrogen Bomb” test conducted by North Korea were enough to heat up the political lobbies of the congresses around the world. The Trump administration has sprung into action with its threats of strangulating the belligerent nation through its military and trade policies, South Korea is in a quandary as President Moon Jae-in’s attempts to reinvigorate the “Sunshine Policy” to lure Pyongyang into disarmament through economic engagement have been futile per se, and People’s Republic of China (PRC) is too facing predicaments pertaining to the reprehensibly defiant attitude of the North Korean despot Kim Jon-un. The Korean nuclear crisis go back to the events following the aftermath of “6-2-5- Upheaval” or the Korean War.  Much as the Pyongyang led by Kim Il-sung was able to repel the US forces with abetment received from the Chinese as well as the Soviet army, it become well conversant with the fact that its belligerent predilections would be a juxtaposition…

THE NORTH KOREAN PHILOSOPHY

It was the gory summer of 1989. After the rapid developments in the post-Mao China, country’s inscrutability on its human rights stance had infused fears in many bourgeois Chinese denizens, students, and NGOs. Nobody wanted an opaque system concealed enormously from the ones who indeed coalesce to give rise to China: the Chinese people, and hence various student’s organizations and NGOs had gone for hunger-strike in order to galvanize support for their worthy cause. But, unfortunately Chinese government had something else in mind. Deng Xiaoping, the then paramount leader of PRC’s (People Republic of China) deemed these benign protestors as an exigently impending political threat. What ensued further was nothing less than a macabre slaughter. Mobilization of more than 3,00,000 Chinese troops in Beijing led ultimately to deaths of thousands of students at the infamous Tiananmen Square, as the military used heavy grade weapons and tanks on the unarmed protestors.
28 years have passed away…

The Godman

Human beings are always stranded by predicaments. We all are surrounded by unanswered questions and abstruse answers which aggrandize our curiosity to reach out to solutions which are indeed immaterial in changing anything in our life, and in this quest, we start fanatically holding on to those who promise to bless us with inexplicable panaceas.
In this world, the concept of God is the most debated and simultaneously most un-debated topic in the world. Between this profound abyssal the wandering benign human mind goes astray and is inflicted with incurable injuries sending him in an interminable fugue.
 Since our very inception into the world, we have been taught that this whole creation has been erected by an esoteric personality whom we would almost never behold. The concept of questioning the existence of that elusive creature is termed as ‘taboo’ and though most of us are suspicious of his/her very basis when we are young, but as we grow we start liking him for it is so easy to blam…

For a bigger international role.

As the Chinese government is incrementing its bellicose strategies and with its intrepid belligerence at the border posts along the India-China border are certain causes of great worry for now. Though the prospects of a direct war are completely bleak but still an off the border was must be fought with the disputation neighbor. Since the whole world has now turned over to gruesome direct wars to surreptitious ‘machiavellian’ tactics, the new age PRC has too shifted its goalposts. The new tenet to become a global power is to become the ‘big brother’ and Chinese policies lucidly speak of this belief’s dispositions. The One Belt One Road (OBOR) project, China’s continuous pestering in the South China Sea as well as its initiative to irrupt into the East African market after Chinese military base stationing in Djibouti pellucidly exhibits how the overarching tentacles of the 21st century Mandarin thought. Though we too have observed a cosmic transmutation in our 70 years but still the ten…

Why banks are not the victims in NPA generation?

Stakes regarding NPA (Non-Performing assets) are at its record high and perspicuously if there is anything pivotal in the economy after G.S.T, that thing is NPA. In July this year, the government of India passed the Banking Regulation (amendment) bill which cued the RBI (Reserve Bank of India) to direct all the banks to initiate stiff loan recovery processes against big loan defaulters in order to recover ‘bad loans’ from the NPAs. Further this month only Finance Minister Mr. Arun Jaitely announced that the requisite proceeding against 12 big load defaulters has already kicked up.
As the processed commenced, the banks projected themselves as mere victims and are demanding their money relentlessly. But are banks really the actual victims? This needs a lot more clarification because it is not a hidden facts and banks do encourage risky industrial ventures to pump up their lending.
Bhushan Steel was once a very well known name in the steel industry of the nation. When India’s automobile in…