Those who say demonetisation is good in the long run should recall the quote: ‘In the long run we are all dead’. -Dr. Manmohan Singh (Former Primer Minister, Economist) November 11, 2017| The monumental action by the government of India to scrap Rs.500/- and Rs.1000/- currency notes from the country on November 8, 2016 recently… Read More India’s monumental failure: Celebrating one year of Demonetization, the historical Indian debacle
“Wake up! It’s afternoon already.” shouted my father, while waking me up. “It has been a month since you graduated. Yet, all you do is sit here and do nothing. Do you have any ambition in life or all you want to do is sleep?“ Ambition? Did he ask me my ambitions? Well youngsters shouldn’t be… Read More Warning: It ain’t over until the Fat Lady Sings so!
Today I wish to talk about an important issue that may come across your life. There may come a time where you force certain things on your life. You make sure that they are accomplished whether you are happy about it or not. This could be anything, for instance, school, chores, something in your relationship… Read More Don’t Force It -by Jeyran Main
“Well let me take you in on a secret,” said the Fool. “You think people are fed up with a guy like that ‘Freak’ who is the epitome of hopelessness. It’s exactly the opposite. People are utterly taken with his careless, slovenly yet genuine ways. So am I !”… Read More A Real Man
Demonetisation per se, as per recent economic statistics, has turned out to be a regressive step. As most of the observers seem to agree, it was a failure in relative to the costs it imposed on the country and its people. The whataboutery of the government as to what this regressive step might manage to… Read More India’s monumental failure: Demonetisation and The Haunting Voodoo Interventions
Some answers come to me at the oddest times- when I am driving, in the shower, while jogging, in meditation, dancing, writing, eating food and mainly when ‘pooping’. Yes, you heard it right, when POOPING! … Read More How to make the most out of Pooping?
The thin line between an option and a choice is that of the freedom to make a decision. An option is limited in nature and is generally decided upon. It can be fixed by someone or is circumstantial. For example, “you are given to select from the options A, B, C & D”; or you… Read More What are the differences between options and choices?
“I wonder why these people act so cheap? It just costs a penny.” the kid asked, glancing at a beggar filtering through a heap of waste. “Why don’t you try borrowing money from them? Maybe then you’ll know why?” The father replied. – (c) boringbug
Today, I wish to talk about something that has been bothering me for a while. Time and time again I notice that books are being sold for as cheap as 99 cents. I am not talking about the used or unwanted books you sometimes see at the entrance of libraries. I am discussing about the… Read More Authors: Stop Selling Short -by Jeyran Main