Hearing Kanhaiya Kumar’s speeches and all hullaballoo surrounding him I pre-ordered a copy of his book From Bihar to Tihar: My Political Journey. Having devoured the book, I feel the book falls short of high expectation of readers like me who eagerly waited for its release. Still the book is not that bad. It contains some un-published stuff about the controversial event in JNU and in the prison where the author was lodged in. [Read more…]
Death scares everyone! Even Lord Jesus had experienced the fear once. A mere mention of the word ‘death’ takes craps out of many. Many wish scientists will soon some out with a magic pill that would make them immortal. Even that happens, scientists predict the world will be destroyed by cosmic forces someday. So, the hard f**king truth is we all will be gone someday. Only difference is time. [Read more…]
So, you thought my rant against Air India is over?
No, not at all.
I have more to bitch about! [Read more…]
For a non-frequent flyer like me, flying two or three times every year gives me same thrill as an edge-of-the-seat Indo-Pak cricket thriller. A pleasant flight experience sets the ball rolling for the travel that I had painstakingly researched and planned for weeks. And, a perfect return flight feels like a soothing balm to my tired ass. But then there is this airline, whose mere name takes craps out of me. [Read more…]
Before I go full throttle let me amuse you with an interesting joke about Indians.
Once light went off in an American’s house. He immediately called Electricity department for checking. The same happened to a Japanese, and he immediately checked the fuse of his bulbs. When the light went off in an Indian’s house, he went out to check whether his neighbours’s house lights are on. [Read more…]
The other day, sitting on my lazy ass and sipping Karak Chai, I was watching a leading Nationalist TV channel. Don’t be surprised. In India everything – people and even things – are given ‘national’ and ‘anti-national’ tags. Anti-national people are meant to go Pakistan. But these low lives forcibly stay here. [Read more…]