A small initiative by a colony in Delhi to honour heroes among them during Diwali is something that is worth emulating.
One doesn’t have to agree with everything you read in a newspaper. And when you disagree, you normally ignore it and move on. It’s rarely that something you read leaves such a bad taste in your mouth that moving on becomes a little difficult. The unpleasant aftertaste keeps returning and you feel compelled to do
Foot in the mouth disease is a common affliction of the Indian politician. It comes in two basic forms – the ‘shoot and claim misquote’ and ‘shoot and apologize’. Dr Bhim Singh, the minister from Bihar was struck down by the latter when he asserted quite indignantly that “people join the army to die”. Of
Age does funny things to you. As does lack of scruples.
This blog had featured a post on the apathy of the media towards troops martyred in the fight against terrorism here. It is not clear whether it is a mere coincidence or an impact of the post (the blogger would like to think the latter), but there has been a visible change in the coverage