The “Bandwagon” Movement

A longer piece on the outraging we do today, whether it's something as simple as the latest movie, Padmavati, or something more complex and serious, like sexual allegations/connotations or life-threatening diseases

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Ban Ban

Cos it’s catchier than “Na Khaunga Na Khane Dunga” It’s been a little over a year since the “Modi Sarkar” has come into power and we have seen the government proclaim accolade after accolade – from Swachh Bharat to Mudra Bank, from the buying of Rafale fighters to the Make-in-India initiative, and the latest to …

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Are We Being Power-Raped?

Today we have society all knotted and tied up with rage and venom because of all the physical rape and molestation going on all over the country. Women are at the receiving end of this appalling injustice. But the buck doesn't stop there -- are we a country that is being power raped? Look at this …

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OneMumbai — When all of Mumbai was home for the weekend

OneMumbai... An initiative started by Nikhil Taneja (@tanejamainhoon) on Twitter to record what we were doing when all of Mumbai was home on a weekend. It inspired many pics... n plenty of bored conversations with friends.... This is an example of how bored I was... A mad stupid spontaneous story shared with a friend when …

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It’s not my fault! U turned me on!

(My reason for writing this... http://bit.ly/lr036i) Jus saw this hard-hitting video and realized that is so apt for this post. I've written this post in 2011 and 2 years later, in 2013, nothing has changed and we are fighting the same battles https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8hC0Ng_ajpY&feature=youtube_gdata_player What a long day it had been... and what better way to unwind …

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When a Demi-God is Toppled…

A middle aged man has this niggling dream. He works intently, intensely, relentlessly to make his dream a reality. Then, we called him a visionary because he made his commercial dream become a money-making, foot-stomping, scintillating extravaganza – Yes the Indian Premier League! Never before had we seen this cricketing feast – where the world’s …

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