This week, I reached a personal milestone on my blogging journey. I have reached 50 followers on blog. As I reminisce on my journey, I would like to thank you all for being a part is this journey. Thank you 🙂
Death is the culmination of life. In irrefutable and inevitable. Yet it is one thing people are most scared of. Why be scared something that will definitely take place? So I say when it comes to you, say 'Not today'.
First of a seven part series on the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan or the Clean India Initiative. Recently on October 2, 2019 PM Modi announced India to be Open Defecation Free. This seven part series to examine and see where we stand with respect to the objectives laid down under Swachh Bharat Abhiyan in 2014. Keep watching this space.
Traditional knowledge being associated with the past is considered antiquated and ignored by many. Some people call it fanficul and others superstitious. But have you ever considered that there might be some scientific understanding in the practices and customs they have adhered to for years and should take a peek at it?
Truer Words Have Never Been Spoken
Greta Thunberg, climate activist, in the last week gave an emotional speech 'How Dare You' pressurising world leaders and governments to do more against climate change. She has inspired students around the world to get their voice about their futures heard. But her message to PM Modi I felt was without knowledge of developments in India. This is my view on India's position and turning the question back on her. (Please do check out the tweet).
Source: A Cricketing Week that Went Down in History The world of cricket over the last week has seen incredible performances and riveting action on the 22-yards pitch. The action that took place on the field went down in history as an important event in the annals of cricket history.
T-40. The Chandrayaan 2 is about to catapult ISRO and India into history. As soon as it touches down on the surface of the moon, Chandrayaan 2 touching down on the Southern pole of the moon would take the world into uncharted territory.
Source: The 4-Day Game: Is that the Future of Test Cricket? As the World Test Championship unfolds, trends are emerging from the longest format of the game of cricket. The five day game has only seen its full schedule used only twice. If any other game has gone into the fifth day, the weather interruptions… Continue reading The 4-Day Game: Is that the Future of Test Cricket?
People sometimes make mistakes. They take the burden of making the mistake a success. They spend their lifetime doing it, instead of correcting it. But that correction requires a different kind of bravery to turn over a new leaf in life.