Facebook (or other forms of the social media) is a tool that convinces us to believe that we are an expert on nearly all topics and that we care about our people and our planet. It gives us the status of being a 'social activist' who is 'just out there' to do some good for the humanity.
Now that Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has taken the unilateral decision to ban consumption and sale of alcohol in Bihar, a promise he made earlier to appease the women vote bank despite the loss of over Rs. 5,000 crore (by some estimate) to the state exchequer in various form of taxes, it is time for this 'Man with a Plan' to introduce a few more bans to level the field for all.
Here is an advice for Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi – please don't quit your day job. You make a horrible politician! It's just that simple.
Wait, Mr. Gandhi doesn't have a day job like us mere mortals. He was born on the third base with a silver spoon in his mouth but apparently, he thinks he hit a triple.
Pope Francis, the 266th and the current Pope of the Catholic Church, who arrived in the United States on September 24, 2015 on a six-day visit, has grabbed the attention of millions of people who are not just Catholics but also by those who represent a wide array of denominations within Christianity and even non-Christian people living in the United States.
World's biggest carnival barker and billionaire Donald Trump, who could arguably be compared to Auric Goldfinger (played brilliantly by Gert Fröbe) in Ian Fleming's James Bond saga 'Goldfinger' because of his obvious desire to dominate the world, is under fire for his failure to shut up an obvious bigot who, during a Trump town hall meeting at Rochester, New Hampshire on Sept. 17, asked him when the US was going to get rid of the Muslims.
Just few days ago, I talked about the accusation that some leveled against Prime Minister Narendra Modi-sponsored 'Make in India' logo saying it had uncanny resemblance to a logo used by a Swiss Bank in its marketing campaign. (Read Here).