I’ve deliberately maintained silence over the Kathua rape case to let the dust settle before making a few comments. This should take 7-10 minutes to read, so please do. I wrote about the state of women in India back in 2012 and not much has changed since then. First, let’s examine a few facts […]Read more "Kathua rape case and the need for systematic reform"
Introduction This is a particularly hard one to write about because of my close relations with Sikhs, but hopefully, the sensible ones will understand the content along with the intent and use this article to inject some sanity in the popular discourse surrounding Sikhs, without letting it dent their egos. I have the additional benefit […]Read more "Sikhism, Hindu-Sikh relations and Khalistan"
To begin with, if you haven’t read the second post in this China and Korea special, then please do so before reading this one. Day 8 – Guilin: We took a flight from Hangzou airport, where our hosts kindly dropped us at 6 am to board a domestic flight for Guilin in the south-east corner […]Read more "Exploring China – Guilin, Xian & Beijing (Part III)"
There is an air of despondency that is being created in the Indian main stream media (MSM) about the state of the country. Facts don’t seem to matter. Every morning, either on MSM or on the leftist social media, I wake up to read about all that is terribly wrong in India. And there is […]Read more "Insidious designs – Beef, lynchings, anti-Hindi protests, and Kashmir"