Miles to Go Before We Sleep #Tokyo Olympics

On a hot and humid summer evening in Tokyo, Neeraj Chopra, stood on the podium to receive his gold medal for throwing javelin in the Olympic games of 2020. The only Indian to achieve the milestone, sixty years after legendary Milkha Singh in Rome Olympics 1960 and forty years after PT Usha, in 1984 Los... Continue Reading →

Medal Drought Persists #Tokyo Olympic Games

"If you are going through a bad patch of time," the saying goes, "expect to be bitten by a dog, sitting atop a camel." This proverb fits aptly with Indian medal hopes in the Tokyo Olympic Games of 2020. First our ace shooter Manu Bhakar lost precious time due to her gun malfunction, India lost... Continue Reading →

Siege of Delhi #Blogaberry Dazzle 2021

My third blog post as part of the blog challenge ‘Blogaberry Dazzle’ hosted by Cindy D’Silva and Noor Anand Chawla, and happily SPONSORED BY RRE Studios and SHOWCASE Events. More posts may be found here. -----x----- Nearly two months have passed since farmers have sat on protest outside borders of Delhi. Not much progress has been made despite several meetings.... Continue Reading →

Chinese Virus in India #blogaberrydazzle 2021

My first blog post as part of the blog challenge ‘Blogaberry Dazzle’ hosted by Cindy D’Silva and Noor Anand Chawla, and happily SPONSORED BY RRE Studios and SHOWCASE Events. More posts can be found here. -----X----- It is an accepted fact that Indians love to argue. For every occasion we manage to identify points "for" and against the "motion"... Continue Reading →

Sushant Singh Rajput Death : A Possible Plot

The following is my take on Sushant Singh's mysterious death case, based on information gleaned from the media. Rhea Chakrabory and her brother had taken Sushant to Dubai. There probably a deal was arrived at transferring money to Sushant's account for laundering. Most likely, I am guessing, Sushant was not aware of this arrangement. We... Continue Reading →

COVID19 after Three Month Lockdown #Lockdown

 COVID19 induced lockdown has caused a lot of disruption of life and livelihood. In India Russia has the highest percentage of COVID patients that have recovered (61.9%), followed by India (58.1%), Brazil (54.5%) followed by the US, where only 30.7% of total COVID patients recovered.we have completed three months of lockdown where most social gatherings... Continue Reading →

COVID19 in India: An Update

COVID19 cases are increasing rapidly in India. More so as country decided to open up approximately 10 days before. India now stands fourth in the world in terms of active COVID19 cases. It is important to note that number of cases may not mean much unless we see accompanying increase in hospital admission and mortality.... Continue Reading →

Faith #FridayFictioneer

“Did you know Mita is living in the same city as you are?” a friend informed him over the phone, “every Friday she walks from metro station to the synagogue.” “From Kochin to Canada!” Samir wondered as he parked his car,“ Mita has come a long way; all god’s will!” Samir Sheikh and Mita Cohen... Continue Reading →

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