Banishing Pakistani talent will not stop the killing of our jawans
Politics / TV and Film

Banishing Pakistani talent will not stop the killing of our jawans

Credit: businessofcinema.com Aman. Everyone wants peace in the world. Everyone is hoping that with peace, India and Pakistan can put an end to the recent events that have taken place in Kashmir. 19 jawans were killed and several were injured when four militants attacked an Indian Army brigade headquarters in Uri. 11 days later, the Indian … Continue reading

Politics

James Caan. Practice what you preach?

(Credit : webrecruit.co.uk) The Dragon’s Den judge managed to create a good healthy discussion in my mind when he discussed how parents should not help their children get jobs on the Daily Telegraph. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/10096836/New-Coaltion-social-mobility-tzar-James-Caan-tells-parents-Let-your-child-try-and-fail-before-trying-to-help.html Realistically speaking, what parent would not use their connections and status to let their energetic and ambitious child get a foot … Continue reading

Politics / Social Issues

Does Sanjay Dutt’s conviction highlight an attempt to make quick amends by India’s legal system?

(Credit : http://www.indianexpress.com) A couple of weeks ago, Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt cut a forlorn figure sitting next to his sister Priya Dutt, MP of the Indian National Congress Party. ‘I will surrender.’ It was his first press conference to the media, following his conviction of the illegal possession of arms in relation to the … Continue reading

Politics / TV and Film

The power of words

This week I caught the BBC 2 documentary called the ‘Dark Charisma of Adolf Hitler.’ Up until now, I had only read about this villainous, evil and deranged side to Hitler, that led to World War II breaking out in Europe and the subsequent death of eleven million people or so. This documentary however, shone … Continue reading