I know you are not happy with your life right now. You are looking for a positive change into your day to day habits so that when you look back after a while, you can pat yourself on the back and say: “Well done champ!”

I was expecting you here.

I knew that after seeing the headline, if you decided to click on the article, you are looking for a better change in your life.

“How’s you”?

Whenever someone asks this question we wearing our masquerade tell them we are doing well.

Are we? Hell NO! …


The novel Corona Virus has hit the world harder than we could imagine in our wildest dream. It is like those scary zombie movies where a crazy scientist did something evil in a laboratory and now, the whole world is in havoc.

There are mass deaths, lock downs and many other dire economic damages during this full-fledged global pandemic. The future doesn’t look any brighter, given the fear induced aversion to public and workplaces. The tourism industry which contributed 9.25tr USD to global economy had to face the greatest blow due to COVID-19.

The lack of global cooperation and leadership…


In an Index created by National Geographic and Georgetown Institute for Women Peace and Security, these are the best and worst countries to be a woman.

To my sheer surprise India is on 133rd rank among total 167 countries included in this study.

In current scenario, I feel India should have made to Worst 10 Countries if Not Worst 5.

In India, 99% Rapes and Sexual Harassments are never reported.

Our social fabric and disgust for rape victims plays a huge part in this.

A rape victim is humiliated not only during rape but even after that. …


Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed, citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has. - Margaret Mead.

Ever since human started living in closely knitted groups, we had a desire of utopia. The desire only grew with time, considering the current political climate, it’s easy to see why.

We are living in an age of abuses and brutality. Many people outlet their frustrations on social media and feel better. On the other hand, the intellectual beings are hoping that we can, and will, create a better world.

From George Floyd to…


The Kerala elephant attrocity offers a fertile ground for social change but the will to execute it is missing.

In an emotional social media post, Forest Section Officer Mohana Krishnana narrated the excruciating pain the pregnant elephant had to go through because she fled to a village in search of food. The villagers fed her an pineapple laced with firecrackers.

This is inhumane and no matter how immune you are, animal cruelty is heart wrenching for all.

The cost of human evolution is paid by animals in an unimaginable way. …


Rivalries are very much part of our world. The latest YouTube vs Tiktok fiasco is not a fresh one, but recently it has taken an interesting turn of events. With FIRs against popular content creator Mr. Faizu, the thing can only go downhill from here.

Tiktok is not new to social media hating. It has been criticized a lot for its amateur content ever since its advent. And, if we compare YouTube and Tiktok in terms of number of visitors, YouTube is a megalomaniac.


IITs are the mecca of engineering graduates. Everyone dreams of getting into these excellent institutes.

Apart from giving World class engineers, IITs have also produced some wonderful writers, musicians, comedians, politicians, bureaucrats, policy makers, Civil servants, creators and actors.

While the primary job role for an IIT graduate is considered to be some technical role in an MNC or public sector enterprise, IITian diaspora is spread all over the world working in various sectors.

Here are some IITians who made it big in the fields other than Engineering.

IITians in Entertainment World -

  1. Anurabh Kumar:

Anurabh Kumar is the man behind popular YouTube channel TVF.


Have you ever been flabbergasted by someone who talked to you by putting too many BIG words in a single sentence? And you wondered how did that person develop such a strong vocabulary?

Why is Strong Vocabulary Important?

Once I was going through my twitter feeds & I came across a neatly written tweet among the debris of junk. I instantly glanced at the profile. To my surprise, he was an Indian politician. I was so flabbergasted by his perfect English that I pressed the follow button & started following him.

Exasperating farrago of distortions, misrepresentations&outright lies being broadcast by an unprincipled showman masquerading as…


Rich people didn’t get there by accident or luck. They create habits that make them more successful.

There are probably a million reasons (or excuses) we can make to say why we aren’t rich. But the truth is it comes down to us and our daily habits.

The gulf between Rich Habits and Poverty Habits is staggering.

As Aristotle said, “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.”

So, I wanted to put a list of things that rich people do which guarantees success and plenty of money.

These 11 habits of wealthy…


What was the first ever slogan you read as a kid?

For me it was — गाय हमारी माता है which translates to “Holy cow is our mother.”

In every religion, mother is allegorical to God. In Hinduism, Cow slaughter is shunned due to its association with lord Krishna.

Today the most trending hashtag on twitter is #WeLoveBeef

After the dethrone of INC in 2014, a pro-Hindu government came into power with a promise to escalate Hindus in societal stature. Beef politics became bigger and powerful after this. …

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