Choosing Civil Servants

By The Editor Hundreds of protestors claiming to be civil services aspirants or so media say have been seen taking to streets to protest against the CSAT exam which apparently measures English proficiency of the candidate who hope to become a diplomat, district collector, magistrate, IPS officer or other high […]

August 3, 2014 · 1 comment · Editorial

Justice & Revenge, In Context of Our Society

By the Editor Mahatma Gandhi once said, hate crime but not the criminal. He might be true in his philosophy but most people are not enlightened souls. People abhor the criminal much more than the crime and some crimes are so heinous that one lifetime won’t be enough to forgive […]

July 27, 2014 · 1 comment · Editorial

Binocularing the Budget through a Common Man’s Eye

By the Editor So the first budget of new government is out and as far as people’s response is concerned, it’s so far so good for prime minster, Narendra Modi and finance minister, Arun Jaitley. Despite unpopular price rise that were undertaken by the new government this budget came as […]

July 13, 2014 · 0 comments · Editorial

Systemic Cleansing of Indian Beaurocratic System

By the Editor How do you take a country to greatness or ruins depends on how efficient you run it. One simple way is to root out opposition from all forms of government workings and structures. Consider anyone who might throw sand in the cog as a potential bump on […]

June 30, 2014 · 1 comment · Editorial

The Sportsman Spirit of India

By The Editor Another world sporting event, football fever rising and Indians as it happens most of the time, chose to watch it from a distance. We didn’t qualify but that’s not to blame the players, the fault lies in our mindset, in our system and society for ignoring the […]

June 16, 2014 · 0 comments · Editorial

Fatal Fallout of Facebook

By The Editor It’s an interesting thing, the social media. People fall in love, break friendship, make new buddies, find jobs, loose jobs, get married, get divorce and very sadly as it happened few days ago in Pune, loose life over social media. Facebook, twitter, Instagram etc. connects us to […]

June 9, 2014 · 0 comments · Editorial

Rape: A Nation Held Guilty

By The Editor World doesn’t blame every German for Holocaust but it’s a collective guilt that they have to bear in the pages of history. We Indians will be held accountable in a similar way. Not each one of us is a rapist but we all would be held accountable […]

June 2, 2014 · 0 comments · Editorial

The Toubling Truth of Trusting Pakistan

By The Editor We have to learn from the past, live in the present and look forward to the future at least that’s what the philosophy is but when it comes to Pakistan, its learn from the past, beware of the present and be prepared for the future. Our neighbors have […]

May 26, 2014 · 1 comment · Editorial

Making History, The Indian Way

 By the Editor So, the elections are over. India has a new prime minister, a new government with clear mandate and a new completely decimated opposition. But even in this shocking of a result, it leaves one wondering how come the Congress, SP, BSP, DMK, JD (U) and most vociferous […]

May 19, 2014 · 1 comment · Editorial

Election Commission, Neutral Observer or Active Enforcer

 By the Editor Swiss are known for their neutrality, chocolates and protecting their clients’ interest. Election Commission is also known to follow similar behavioral pattern sometimes minus the chocolate off course. These elections are unprecedented in all aspects including the role election commission plays in facilitating the electoral process. Does […]

May 12, 2014 · 0 comments · Editorial