Is Arvind Kejriwal dangerous for India?

Saturday, April 19th, 2014 No Comments
Who is more dangerous for India – Arvind Kejriwal or Narendra Modi? This is a question that India needs to answer. But a recent article titled ‘Arvind Kejriwal: The most dangerous man in India’ has ventured to supply a one-sided answer to this question. The title is as catchy as it is misleading if not subversive. The ensuing ‘analysis’ is sadly not borne out by facts but relies on obfuscation and rhetoric. The tragic outcome is that many pertinent facts ...

Cleansing politics in the holy town of Haridwar

Tuesday, April 15th, 2014 No Comments
Haridwar on the Ganges is a town sacred to the Hindus. It comes as no surprise that both the Congress and the BJP are fighting tooth and nail to establish their supremacy in this Lok Sabha constituency.  Several others are also in the fray. The BJP candidate for Haridwar is former Chief Minister, Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, who was forced to resign at the height of the anti-corruption movement when the BJP was desperate to take the high moral ground on ...

Does India have to choose between the lesser of two evils?

Saturday, April 12th, 2014 No Comments
If you read media reports, it seems like a foregone conclusion - Narendra Modi will be the next PM of India, led by a “mythical” Modi wave that is about to “sweep” India. Western media has sounded the cautionary note of this eventuality, only to be attacked, not surprisingly, by BJP fans. Local godmen, who peddle everything from yoga to secrets of good living, have jumped on the BJP bandwagon through a series of Op-ed pieces, sound bites on TV, tweets and ...

Can India’s youth change the course of its political history?

Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014 No Comments
It was painful yet poignant to see Mr. Jaswant Singh of the BJP burst into tears and fight back against the party that he has served for the better part of his political innings. On the one hand, it was clear that the new leadership of the BJP under Mr. Modi was “cleaning house,” slowly phasing out people they didn’t care for. It’s a sign that the new team lead by Modi is not averse to playing tough and decisive ...

Books   Business

Book Review: If Today Be Sweet

Marrying Anita: A Quest for Love in the New India

Book Review: 2 States – The story of my marriage

 

President Obama’s rhetoric and life beyond outsourcing

Yahoo-Microsoft Battle Gets Interesting

Microsoft Home Server


Cricket   Family

Sports in dire need of a real “Game Changer”

Dumping Ponting is Not The Answer

Aussie Selectors Panic

 

Feelin' Miserable? Watch this!

Challenger School: Myths, Pros and Cons

Karts-N-Golf in Fremont


Food   Fun

Man follows his passion for cooking

Hunan Chili in Mountain View

Omar Restaurant in Kannur, Kerala

 

Top 10 reasons why Sarah Palin wrote a book

The New Dollar Bill!

Top 10 Signs you suffered food poisoning at a Chinese Restaurant


India   Movies

Is Arvind Kejriwal dangerous for India?

Cleansing politics in the holy town of Haridwar

Does India have to choose between the lesser of two evils?

 

The Business of Robot (Enthiran)

Movie Review: My Name is Khan

Movie Review: 3 Idiots


Politics   Technology

Is Arvind Kejriwal dangerous for India?

Cleansing politics in the holy town of Haridwar

Does India have to choose between the lesser of two evils?

 

Politically Inspired Technology – The AAP’s my.aamaadmiparty.org platform

Time for some cell phone etiquette

Internet, Social Media Jai Ho


Tips   Uncategorized

VOIP and The Promise of Free Calls

Cel Cab: Taxi Service in India

Is Singapore Airlines Getting Complacent?

 

Rise above the Din

Audio Blogging!

Too much happening…