Monday, February 16, 2015

Love- a struggle in India






Many are in the hangover of the valentine celebration. I never have written a post on valentine love. May be because I did not think seriously about love, as an outside expression, but as something inside, making you feel pleasant and out of this world. 

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Kejiriwal redefines Indian Politics- Are people ready for that?



People in Delhi, the capital state of India, elected Aravnd Kejriwal as their chief minister, for a second time; first time he resigned after a spell in power when he couldn’t implement an ombudsman against corrupt civil servants, his anti-corruption election promise. The second victory came at a time when India's ruling National Democratic Alliance (NDA) led by the right wing Bharathiya Janatha Party (BJP) that came to power in a landslide victory, last May, started imitating its predecessor, the Indian National Congress led UDF in selling the nation to the rich and foreigners neglecting the common people (Am Admy). Aravind Kejariwal is standing for those common people and its not accidental that his party is named after them, Am Admy Party (AAP). He mauled his main opponent Kiran Bedi the BJP candidate, scoring 67 seats in Delhi's 70 seat state assembly.