It is perhaps true that Nirbhayas exist in all countries, but rarely do they come out. Even when they do, no group of people can muster courage to go against the government, spend days in sun, fighting tear gas shells, water jets and police torture like the Indians did.
Nitish Kumar, the chief minister of Bihar set aside all speculations of him running the race for prime ministership in the 2014 general elections. A section of the opposition, National Democratic Alliance (NDA), had proposed his name but his rejection comes in the wake of Narendra Modi’s name being egged.
The son of the president of India, Abhijit Mukherjee, who is an MP from West Bengal perhaps didn’t see a soothsayer before he uttered the following words in front of glaring cameras – “those who are coming in the name of students in the rallies, sundori, sundori mahila (beautiful women), highly dented and painted”.
The news of Sachin Tendulkar retiring was not a surprising one, instead, it was a relief to see Sachin finally bid adieu. But, it was from the shortest format of the game that he played – one day cricket. He still intends to play the premier format – test cricket. Alas!
In today’s world, it’s all about timing. Imagine if Sunil Gavaskar would have played cricket in these times, he would have flopped with his run scoring pace and would have warmed the benches more often than not. Likewise, Kasab who was hanged today at 7.30AM, is good timing for a number of involved parties on […]
Google’s doodle for November 14, 2012 is dedicated to Children’s day in India. The doodle was created by Arun Kumar Yadav, a class 9 student from Kendriya Vidyalaya, Chandigarh.
Google has introduced its first tablet in India with Nexus 7 going on stands earlier last week. The tablet PC, manufactured for Google by Asus has a cost price of Rs.19,900 and is expected to compete directly with Samsung Galaxy tab and iPad, more so with the former.