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Happy Explosive Festival

I'm having a feeling that I live in some terrorist occupied city. Everywhere bombs are exploding, experiencing breathing issues due to air pollution as I've also suffered from chronic sinusitis, many of us have started blood pressure issues due to noise pollution. Some retards are bursting bombs at every dawn around 5 o'clock everywhere. Yesterday, I was in sleep at around 5:30am dreaming something horror & suddenly a bomb explodes in front of my house! I woke up in panic & my heart was beating extremely fast at abnormal rate like I'm suffering from tachycardia. When I went in my balcony, a 28-year-old stupid boy was 'enjoying the explosions' alone. I think we, i.e. our social workers, environmental activists, politicians & everyone have failed in creating awareness in society about the pollution, harm, stress, etc. in festivals like diwali. Plus, some senseless people are creating a culture of bursting crackers in early morning, when others are s…


We have many philosophies in the world to embrace. We know philosophers who are known for their precious thoughts of liberty which are globally accepted. From Lord Buddha to Socrates, Lao Tzu & Confucius to Friedrich Nietzsche, Karl Marx to Che Guevara & Fidel Castro, Abraham Lincoln to Martin Luther King, Nelson Mandela to Dr. B.R. Ambedkar; each and every part of the world, whether it is America, Africa, Europe or Asia have its own culture which is different from each other but there is a common thing concerned everywhere which is called Freedom. 
In today’s developed world, we see that thinking process of each individual is unique in its own way. May be it is an impact of the interpretation of various philosophies. Also there are many fabrications took place in the name of religion which created aggressive intolerance in the minds of the impuissant people which led to craven bifurcation of communities. There are two major sects in each community, i.e. orthodox and progress…

Rohith Vemula's death - A youth's perspective

(Note:- This article was written on 30 Januray, but I kept adding points as they came into my mind and confirmed them.)

Today is Rohith Vemula’s birth anniversary. Personally, his death hurt me very badly. Emotionally I was broken from inside. I’m still keeping an eye on every news that comes in that matter. I would call it a “death” because I’ll not call it a suicide nor can claim that he was physically killed, obviously due to the lack of strong evidence. But we can definitely say that it was an “institutional murder”. Ya! This term has become very familiar to us in these days but what is that, how & why it’s done?
Caste-conflict is not an issue of contemporary politics. We’ve to look at the historical wars between Dravids & Aryans and then Brahmins & non-Brahmins. While speaking with some youngsters who presently studies in colleges, I came to know that they think the casteism is a recent thing and has nothing to do with our history and it is limited only to the reserva…