Is the modern liberalism a root cause of the ultimate demise of a western society?

I have read, watched and heard the neo liberals from a west point of view in the last year or so, extensively. There are heated debates, marked by aggravation and sarcasms to downright group bullying that will disagree with their ideologies. I have also seen conservatives contesting those ideas through different mouthpieces such as Stephen Crowder, Bill O Reilly, and equivalents.

The underlining debates that makes a liberal can be summed up as: Continue reading “Is the modern liberalism a root cause of the ultimate demise of a western society?”

Giving Narendra Modi a Break, he’s not that bad but nothing great either.

In this article I want to give Mr. Modi, the Prime Minister, a Break. List of Good things that the PMO has done that I appreciate. The aim of this article is, we are bashing up daily a man who we should not bash, or go and take his place, and outdo him, set an example.

  1. Reduction of customs duty from 35% to 9% and balance as GST. Input against that from sales. Allows us to charge only 9% duty to our customers now. Earlier I’d have to charge 35% + 14% on top of that.
  2. Placing a majority of businesses on “Bank and Cheque” from all Cash transactions (where a black market ran).
  3. Placing entire nation on “Banking” instead of all Cash sales. Even a carpenter makes about 1 Lakh/ month – in cash – and do not pay tax or TDS is deducted. A lot of so-called poor people, actually make a decent money (on contracts). Continue reading “Giving Narendra Modi a Break, he’s not that bad but nothing great either.”

Politicians mirror public opinion (Why blame the messenger)

Over the years we the citizens always bash and blame the messenger, which is, the politician. Mr. Obama rightly points out that politicians mirror the society. Therefore when we find a politician doing questionable acts and still going strength to strength, its time to reflect back and as are we anymore ready to stay with the tribe? Or it is time to move on with those that meets our current needs and values. Continue reading “Politicians mirror public opinion (Why blame the messenger)”

Civil engineers are better suited for Civil services than Mechanical engineers.

“If a civil engineer becomes an Indian Administrative Services Officer, s/he can add offer inputs in construction projects, mechanical engineers cannot,” Deb said at an event marking Civil Service Day in Agartala. “One should not opt for civil services after studying mechanical engineering. Civil engineers have the experience and knowledge to help build administration and society. Civil engineering gives that knowledge.”

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Why really men don’t fancy big women, and won’t. Top 10 Reasons.

My search for the article leads me to a bust sort of.

I was researching an article to know why really, men, do not like to have a big woman (extra pounds) as their choice of partner over thinner women?  At the outset I questioned if that was real or just socio cultural, searching online. The first search page wasn’t so educating, it was filled with feminist articles instead. I was able to find one that said “Why men don’t fancy big women“.

Either I didn’t read through or missed, but I clicked to only find a suffix inside .. But Should. It was by author, a Katy Horwood. I did think before that it was courageous of Huffpost UK to even try that article out and nearly increased my respect for an otherwise well known left/feminist media. Ofcourse this was short lived. Continue reading “Why really men don’t fancy big women, and won’t. Top 10 Reasons.”