1. India and Pakistan are two nuclear powers. As per one study, the nuclear war between these two countries will lead to death and destruction on an unprecedented scale. Almost 2 billion people will die in the war. And the rest who survive the evil fate will have to go through a nuclear winter which… Continue reading The Collateral Damage
Heart wrenching. Agonizing. Deplorable. Grievous. Saddening. There are a lot of words to describe the events that took place in Pulwama district of Kashmir yesterday. No matter who it is, the loss of a life is always mournful. Condemnations flowed from every part of the world and rightly so. No state on earth would like… Continue reading The Half Condolences
To whom this blog may concern. It was the year 2016, winter season probably. We had dinner with a delicious chicken (a rarity in hostels) and few Mountain Dew bottles. It used to be one of the best evenings where we would eat to our stomach full, listen to the songs and tell jokes and… Continue reading The Moves
The car stopped on the side of the road. The army man had waived driver for the same. "What is in the bag?" asked the man in the khaki uniform. "Clothes," I replied. "And in that one?" The muzzle of his gun pointing towards the other bag. "Books". I said a little frightened. "Open it",… Continue reading Welcome to Kashmir!
10:00 am Today is Sunday and my room is a mess. All the things, clothes and books lay everywhere in the room. I need to clean my room and give it a new look. The monstrous and messy conditions remind me of the torturous exam times. 12:00 pm The room is as clean as it… Continue reading What a Spider Taught Me Today?
4 May was the last time I posted something on my blog and ever since I disappeared from the blogosphere. My blog came to a standstill and became dormant. While I would have liked to write a short post here and there during these two months, I couldn't. I wanted to take a short break… Continue reading Back to Blogging
Thank you guys for all the congratulatory wishes on my last post. It was heartening to look at your responses. I also got many questions and here in this post I have tried to answer them as honestly as I could. Following are the questions you asked and my answers. 1. Leo Lazada asks: What… Continue reading As promised, the Q&A post
September 10, last year I wrote the first post on this blog. Little did I knew at that time that I would get 500 followers. I even feared if my blog would be read in this vast blogosphere. But, sometimes it feels nice to be wrong. The journey of past six months has been amazingly… Continue reading 500 and Call for Questions!
Syria lies about 3600 kilometres away from Srinagar and as such it is highly likely to alienate ourselves from the crisis that has been happening in Syria from 2011. But being a native of war-prone area and the increased globalisation of world doesn't let the alienation take place. First of all, let's not go into… Continue reading Why should we care about Syria?