The sponsors of corruption events are equal partners. A big name must not be a visa or birth right to automatic clean-chit or soft-corners. The two self-declared ruling groups in this country should remind all Indians about British and Portuguese cleverness a few centuries back, barring technological innovations and lifestyle Continue Reading
A gang of cybercriminals stole $45m by hacking into a database of prepaid debit cards and draining cash machines around the world. The network used fake cards to target banks in the United Arab Emirates and Oman, US court documents say. Prosecutors say law enforcement agencies in Japan, Canada, the Continue Reading
Link many other associations supporting and lobbying for the rich businesses and kings, India’s so-called watchdog the Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) released some report showing that increasing spending on social media campaigns can swing 3-4% of votes in states where Internet usage is good. Social media marketing Continue Reading
“I celebrate myself, and sing myself,” wrote Walt Whitman, a great bard of self-promotion. As the world goes ever more digital, quite a few businesses & celebrities are adopting that philosophy – hiring a veritable chorus of touts to sing their non-existent praises and lure in customers, viewers, voters, followers Continue Reading
Ancestors of today’s Hindus believed in eternal truths and cosmic laws and these truths are opened to anyone who seeks them. But there is a section of Hindus who are either superstitious, corrupt, self-proclaimed godman or turned fanatic to make this an organized religion like others. The British coined the word ‘Hindu’ and considered it as a religion.
Recent riots have shown that verifying sources can be a tricky job, relying on India’s biased elite media can be a deadly affair. I watch these to know how much low can they reach morally, free fall bungee jumping from ethics towards fun of quick money & fame.. Outrageous, yes. Continue Reading
When it comes to the matter of evading duties, one cannot expect the government to take the matter lightly and grant the defaulters an easy pardon. Considering the condition of the Indian economy, forgiving the guilty party and letting them loose with a pat on their backs is something that Continue Reading
It is not acceptable. We totally disagree with it. Such adventurous approach will create a lot of harm and damage to democratic institutions.. how dare the activists and citizens even dream of knowing how we the poor ruling kings, cronies and queens earn our living? It may increase transparency and Continue Reading
It is just suspension of one junior IAS officer, a big deal? Hope not a political propaganda by some vested parties, as usual to garner voter attention. It is NO secret that many such rare brave-hearts like Durgas, Rams, Rahims and Josheps are targets of quick-money seekers. This case does Continue Reading
Laws cannot be ambiguous or subjective, they must be direct & blunt leaving no place for profit of the connected lot. Unlike US, India’s First Amendment gave us Article 19B as addon to Section 124A: First Sedition Case was Queen vs Tilak during Indian Independence Movement.