Author archives: vinayak


Bose, Not Gandhi, Ended British Rule In India: Ambedkar

Why even 70 years after Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose disappeared, the people of India are so keen on finding out the truth about him? A part of the answer has to do with what Netaji did for us. Declassified records, testimonies of those who had a ringside view of events coupled with sheer commonsense make it quite evident that Netaji dealt a body blow to the British Raj. As such, […]

Love purifies everything

Love is the finest of all emotions; it is also the most powerful. You can easily hide your thoughts; feelings, however, are more difficult to hide. When you look at a person’s eyes, you can make out his feelings. It is not the same with thoughts. If someone is scheming or conspiring, you won’t be able to make that out. But love can neither be fully hidden nor expressed. The […]

Bindudham In Jharkhand – The Temple Where Lies The Footprint Of Lord Hanuman

The land of forests, Jharkhand is one place in the country which is gaining attention of travellers day by day and is becoming a popular tourist destination. Today, it can be found on the bucket list of many unconventional travellers who love choosing offbeat trails. But there are still hundreds of places within its boundaries which are completely unknown amongst them. One such place is the age-old temple of Bindudham […]

Sabarimala: The Indian god who bars women from his temple

The Sabarimala temple in the south Indian state of Kerala this week opened its doors to women of all ages for the first time after a historic Supreme Court ruling. However no women devotees have yet entered as violent protesters have blocked their way. Two women – journalist Kavitha Jagdal and social activist Rehana Fathima – managed to reach the main temple premises on Thursday. More than 100 policemen protected […]

50 Feared Dead As Train Runs Over People Watching Ravan Burning In Punjab

At least 50 are feared killed after a train ran into dozens of people standing on a railway track in Amritsar, watching the burning of Ravan’s effigy this evening. The people who were hit reportedly could not hear the train – travelling from Jalandhar to Amritsar – due to the exploding crackers. Reports suggest the Ravana effigy was erected very close to the railway tracks at Joda Phatak in Amritsar. […]


Jack and Dil's trailer

The first official trailer of ‘Jack And Dil’ starring Amit Sadh and Arbaaz Khan was released on Wednesday. The film has been directed by Sachin Karande and is slated for release on November 2, 2018. The film was earlier scheduled to release on September 21. However, the makers pushed the release date to October 26, to finally shift it to November 2, 2018. Please follow and like us:

These Are The Best Countries To Live And Work In, And To Boost Salary

Moving abroad boosts the average worker’s income by $21,000, with the best-paid staff found in Switzerland, the U.S. and Hong Kong. That’s the conclusion in a survey showing that 45 percent of expats said their existing job paid more internationally and 28 percent changed locations for a promotion. In Switzerland, famous for both sky-high mountains and prices, the annual income boost totaled $61,000. Expat salaries there averaged $203,000 per year […]

Rahul Gandhi slams Narendra Modi at Rajasthan rally, says demonetisation and GST 'destroyed economy'

Taking his attack against Prime Minister Narendra Modi to poll-bound Rajasthan, Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday said demonetisation and the Goods and Services Tax, which he referred to as Gabbar Singh Tax, had destroyed India’s economy. Addressing a rally in Dholpur’s Mania area, Rahul said the prime minister had declared during elections that he wanted to be a ‘chowkidar’ but never clarified who he wanted to guard. The Congress […]

The Magical festivities of Navratri all across India

With Navratri just around the corner, there is a significant degree of bliss and felicity in the air surrounding people of different cultural backgrounds. Owing to the season of jubilant festivities, Navratri is celebrated all across the country in its own unique and high spirited ways, spiritually devoted to the nine divine forms of goddess Durga. Let’s take a tour through the 9 variegated festive celebrations across the country to […]

Red Alert In 3 Kerala Districts For Extremely Heavy Rainfall On Sunday

A red alert has been declared in three districts of Kerala for extremely heavy rain on Sunday by the Met department. The three districts – Idukki, Thrissur and Palakkad – are located on the northern and central part of the state. The red alert comes after the Met department issued a warning about a low-pressure area in the Arabian Sea, close to the Sri Lankan coast. “This is likely to […]