"Biryani" the Shehanshah

Biryani – the ruler of South Asian Cuisine
Sweet memories with Biryani Image
This dish is the heartthrob of many Indians, the only dish that is liked by people from all four directions and that is Biryani. This word relates not only to a mouth-watering dish but is also wrapped with loads of emotions and memories.
In every school every class had a Muslim guy/girl who used to bring Biryani in their lunch boxes (it's plural for a reason because one lunch box never fed every buddy's tummy) and the moment they open its lid the luscious and tempting smell of the Biryani wraps that one single soul with a pack of starving wolves. This single finger-licking dish brought the entire class together and engaged a whole lot of fun and chatting. But now no such beautiful memories have left no sharing, no talking; every student or any other individual at the workplace are engaged or encaged within their own personal and private space. 

But when you move out of your work…

The "Modification" of India

Make In India"If a worthy Indian, then Make in India", India is always proclaimed as a country of snake charmers that was once famously titled as "Sone ki Chidiya (Golden Bird)". But now India is losing it's worth when compared with the other nation's economy or the major superpowers in the world.
Make in India was a effort that was initiated by the honorable Prime Minister Narendra Modi, through this scheme he lend a helping hand towards the country's economy to grow independently and self sufficiently without relying on other nations (like we are dependent now).
A perfect example for Make in India would be "Khadi" or "Patanjali" wherein the products are produced and manufactured in India itself and it is supporting the Indian economy by carrying the tag of India that is "Made in India".
Out of 10 there would be hardly 1 or 2 who are the consumers of the aforementioned Indian brands and rest are adorned in the respective Inte…

"Every action has an equal and opposite reaction"

The spineless move by Pakistan (Pulwama Attack)
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Let's begin the actuality from the initial spot which led to Newton's Third Law. The world was foiled in the murk of love on 14th February but Pakistan being Pakistan stained that day for the Indian history by killing more than 40 Indian paramilitary personnel and injuring 70, this heinous act was carried out by a 20-year-old school drop-out who was a suicide bomber of Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) terror group. This suicide bomber drove and crashed the car stuffed with 300 kilograms of explosives onto the Central Reserve Police Forces (CRPF) convoy.

"He who plots to hurt others often hurts himself"
That was the day when Indians were stained with the blood of valiant souls who were killed in Pulwama, just like a dialogue very well said in URI – yeh naya Bharat hai, yeh badla lega (this is new India, it will retaliate). To awaken and strengthen the wounded tiger (India) our honorable Prime Minister Narendra M…

Rahul Gandhi prognosticated that Narendra Modi won't make it up for 2019 elections: would this be in reality or just a prediction made in vain?

Whenever we are asked about Modi or things related to BJP the only word that runs into our mind is "Hindutva".  But on Tuesday, that means on 14 August on an interaction with the editors on a question that asked whether he was welcoming Hindutva to pacify majority community he answered that "he was not espoused to Hindutva be it soft or hardcore". He stated that stated that there is no wrong in going to a religious place or meeting religious leaders; his strict indifferences with PM Narendra Modi was all because of different ideologies and not personal in any means.
While Rahul was on his 2-day visit to Hyderabad he prophesied that Narendra Modi would not be able to make it up for 2019 elections and BJP would be unable to gain 230 seats in Lok Sabha. And the reason he adds to his prediction is that "it would occur just because of the alliance of non-BJP parties that would be formed in Bihar and Uttar Pradesh."
Adding credibility to his prediction he said tha…

#Changing "NEWS VALUES"

#Changing "NEWS VALUES"After the coming up of "new media" the essence of traditional media especially that of newspapers has changed, to be more specific the news values it carried. After the coming up of "blog" we can see a drastic change that has happened to the news values.
Blog, which is said to be more like a personal and opinionated diary that is open to the public. Nowadays every journalist do possess but most of the laymen also do blogging. They are free to blog about anything irrespective of any topic of their interest even if it is about a petty food. 
With the coming up of blog every individual is free to frame their opinions and ideologies regarding a burning hot topic, any issue that seems to be newsy for them. Now, when you yourself take up a news piece and state your personal opinions about it, the news values tend to change, because you are not writing for any newspaper, you are free to voice your statements so it's natural that somewher…

Portrayal of Women in Media

"Media, that is trusted to be the fourth pillar of democracy, the gatekeeper, watchdog; which is expected to reveal the truth and be neutral. Which does not show any difference between gender, religion and race." Now this is the hard core definition of media, but does Indian media also has the same context? No, because our media is busy with the TRP's; they are dying to increase their viewership by filling all sorts of nonsense that could attract more and more eyeballs to their show. India, a country where women are looked upon as goddesses, where India itself claims to be tagged as "BharatMata" and we as media broadcasters and consumers do not have a spec of shame within us to portray women as a sex symbolon Television and other mediums too.If you have keenly observed, how does our media portray women? Do you find it descent enough that every media consumers can consume it? Or does it provoke you in such a way that gives …

A Fist Sized Complexity

"Everyone says that our heart is that of our fist size, but this fist sized pumping engine is the most complex thing to understand. Science can measure it's speed but no external or mechanical thing can measure what's going inside it."When I broke in as humanitarian when I opted for humanities in class XIth, I thought this will open up a new door in my life that will be filled with innovative and out of the box stuffs, I was filled with elation after stepping into this new field, but my fate, that my happiness and parents thought process did not went hand in hand. According to them I did a heinous crime by breaking the lineage of my family of hooking up with either Science - The elite group or should I say Brahmans of the social strata, or Commerce - The second or the third most elite group or the Kshatriya or Vaishyas of the social strata. But like a awestruck happening for my parents expectations I hooked myself with a path where my fellow family members did not ev…