Koi kaise yeh bataaye ke woh tanha kyon hai,Woh jo apna tha woh aur kisika kyon hai,Yehi duniya hai to phir aisi yeh duniya kyon hai,Yehi hota hai to aakhir yehi hota kyon hai? … [Read more...] about ‘I took my father for granted’
By Bhuma Shrivastava, Bibhudatta Pradhan and P R SanjaiTwo of India’s richest men have landed in an unlikely controversy over farming laws, becoming targets of protesters who allege the tycoons have benefited from their close links to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.For weeks, tens of thousands of farmers have camped outside the nation’s capital, demanding the withdrawal of recently passed legislation they say, without evidence, was designed to allow billionaires such as Mukesh Ambani and Gautam Adani to enter farming. The tycoons say they have no such interest. More than 1,500 phone towers of Ambani’s wireless carrier were vandalized last month and some farmers called for a boycott of their businesses.The fight between the government and the farmers has revived the debate on what Modi’s critics call cozy nexus between the magnates and the popular leader -- accusations they all have denied. The protests, one of Modi’s toughest political challenges yet, follow … [Read more...] about Two of India’s richest men caught in crossfire over farming
— Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri (@vivekagnihotri) 1610796908000 Among the many tweets that came his way, was that of a man who expressed his shock and asked Vikas to “name and shame” the people who made such a demand. “Pls expose, it won’t end until these people are named and shamed ..if these ppl can attempt to pull down a popular, successful and talented person like you, can’t even imagine what newcomers in many such situations must be facing!! Shocked,” he said in his tweet. Manish ji. This is what breaks my heart. I can endure a lot because I have your support. But for new comers it is… https://t.co/tjC8Afwu5m … [Read more...] about Vikas Khanna sides with Kangana Ranaut on issue of favouritism and nepotism; shares first-hand experience, “painful to hear ‘pay or we’ll destroy you’”
The dash of vermilion powder on a bride’s forehead is her holiest mark as she begins her journey as a bride, for the rest of her life. Donned between the hair partition; sindoor, also known as kumkum, represents years of ancient folklore and beliefs about a woman’s validation as a married woman. Put on by the husband during wedding rituals, sindoor is then applied by women every day to mark his presence in her life. In actuality as well, it is considered to be the symbol of matrimony in Indian households and an essential part of a woman’s marriage. For years, women have been subjected to wearing sindoor over their foreheads to showcase their position as a respectable daughter-in-law in households. The application of sindoor has been a very important part of structuring a woman’s personality after marriage. Ancient folklores suggested that those who wore maang-bhar ke sindoor (forehead full of sindoor) are to be respected as their husband’s bride. The … [Read more...] about Why is sindoor considered so important in Indian marriages
In his tweet, he wrote, “Watched 3 episodes of #TandavOnPrime last night and my mind is doing Tandav since then. What a well-written show, with a gripping story-line. Aap bhi dekho. @GAUAHAR_KHAN your character was so clear, witty and critical. Loved your performance.” … [Read more...] about Bigg Boss 13 winner Sidharth Shukla watches Tandav, praises Gauahar Khan and netizens can’t keep calm!