Reserved Power - It's yours, not being yours

  • Posted on: 11 December 2014
  • By: Sumit Tiwari
Reserved Power

It was quite a messy crowd in the Delhi Metro before the two girls entered the same compartment I was in. Well dressed in business attires, they looked like they were going to some job interview. Of course, it was a pleasure for me … for natural reasons.

“Excuse me”, one of the girls said to a man, “This is reserved for ladies.”

I looked at the man, must be in the mid-fifties.

“Oh sorry”, he said, getting up and giving them the seat.

The Spiraling Morality of the US Government (Part-1)

  • Posted on: 20 November 2014
  • By: Rawshan Zameer
Spiraling Morality of US

United States, undoubtedly is a land of opportunities. Technologically advanced, pioneer of innovations, home to more than 400 or 30% billionaires in the world. It houses some of the greatest thinkers of the world. Reaching out to the moon, or chasing a comet. Making communication easier and easier, connected the world together with Internet. A few decades back that all of this would have been an imaginary vision of the future. And United States did its job in realizing this vision. In short this country has revolutionized the way the world thinks.

“Kiss of Love”: Just another rebellion?

  • Posted on: 15 November 2014
  • By: Sumit Tiwari
Kiss of Love: Need of hour

“Mom, look!” says a 6-year old kid pointing to a couple kissing on the road while the police drag the couple into the van. This was not something a mom, driving her kid to school, wanted her kid to look at and be curious about. She, even being an educated working woman herself, was not sure if she should justify the couple or just ignore as the police involvement didn’t seem right.