EDM-The weekend high:

I still remember my first English song given by a friend of mine- Numb by Linkin Park. I was ecstatic about my priced collection and I used to play it on loop and try to imitate the energy of Chester Bennington. It was always tough to sing the lyrics, though, due to my beautiful English speaking and understanding skills.
In last two years, things have changed and the playlist which had Arijit Singh, Armaan Malik, Mohit Chauhan and Sonu Nigam soon shifted to Zedd, Dimitri Vegas, Skrillex, Tiesto and others. The main reason was to get away from same saggy love songs to something new and I found EDM my perfect exit.
The weekend is coming up and the mood is set for party and frolics (Skip this please!). Presenting you the different genres and the top five songs to make your own playlist:
Progressive House: This is probably the most recognised and popular genre of EDM. It includes verses, a buildup and drop. It’s perfect to start your evening. If you have heard The Chainsmoker’s Closer, you k…

What Trump said and what he actually meant-Misplaced Sarcasm!

He spoke for around seventeen minutes and twerked his tongue twenty times in his mouth (Now, don’t start counting), but man, this guy was straight as an arrow and he must have sent jitters to some nations as an inaugural gift. I heard his speech thrice (Yes English has always been my problem, don’t judge me) and thought about penning this article straight away. So, let’s break his speech into parts and take some of his statements and try to decode them.
Statement 1:“We, the citizens of America, are now joined in a great national effort to rebuild our country...together, we will determine the course of America and the world for years to come.”
What he means: This country has gone to dogs before I was elected and I will be your Messiah (Inside him: Ya sure!). I am here to stay and you people out there who voted me to be the 45th President of this country will re-elect me again for my work, I know that (Inside him: LOL) and together will take this country to a level where it has never been…

JalliKattu-Here’s what you should know about it:

Though the big debate started recently, but actually this beautiful (I should refrain from using this word) sport has bearing with the time of Indus Valley civilisation. A seal was found, preserved in Delhi Museum, depicting a bullfighting practice prevalent during that time. Someone would have tried taming a high on testosterone, wild and running bull by pulling it, holding its hump and would have succeeded. People must have had got a kind of adrenaline rush and soon it became a competition. A friendly (again let’s refrain) competition with a name “Eru Thazuvuthal”, meaning “Hugging the bull” (That’s why I used the words beautiful and friendly).
During the era of Nayak kings, this competition took reached a new level, where the king used to pack gold coins in a cloth and this cloth was tied to bull’s horn. This bull then used to enter an arena through a makeshift entrance gate “Vaadi Vaasal”. The one who get hold of Bull and stopped it won the competition and those coins were his. And …

SP Turf War-UP Elections:

Uttar Pradesh, one of the biggest constituency of India and one of the most critical landscapes of Indian polity. A land marked by conspiracies, crimes, riots, Behen Ji and the SP’s father-son duo. The elections are standing at the corner of the first quarter of 2017 and all the political parties are all set to capture this state-A powerhouse of Politics.
While BJP is yet again ready with Ram Mandir construction dispute, which has plagued the land since eternity and the recent successful surgical strike carried out by Indian army in Pakistan, under the PM of India, Shri Narendra Modi. Behen Ji is ready yet again with her Dalit card, which seizes to lose to its sheen despite using it multiple times. Congress looks clueless and trying anything and everything under the sun to demean the reputation of BJP, which it has garnered in last two years on the national level. While all this looks to mainstream, there is one party which is taking long strides to rule this beautiful state once more-…

Murder Mystery-Chapter 9:

Previously on Murder Mystery: Samaera was found dead while Sahil was found negotiating with someone in a dark alley . Samaera's post mortem was going on while media was busy speculating about the murder. Sahil was ina big problem and Ratan was trying desperately to prove Sahil as a murderer. Mishra Ji get's the report. Sahil makes a big announcement and so does the police department. *******
The press conferences which happened on the same day were the biggest hit on all media houses. Breaking news and twitter handles were flashing on the screen, debates were happening on prime time and people have started discussing the murder mystery of Samaera.
Sahil entered his cabin and sat on his favourite red leathered seat, which was gifted by his wife when he celebrated his 40th birthday. The upholstery was little torn and the seat must have seen much better days in past, but still he never replaced it. He caressed his oak mounted table, which was neatly made with files in one place, his…

Here’s why I hate Feminism:

An article written by a friend of mine triggered this thought in my mind. When I and my friends sit together and talk about the happenings of the world; most of the time the conversation ends up on females (Ya we are authentic bachelors).  Since we are working in the corporate world we come across a hell lot of “types” of women (Not being sexist here).

I have come across a lot of women who claim to be a feminist but actually are Feminazi.
Earlier even I was not knowing the difference (hence the heading). The difference, you ask? Hmmm…here it is:
Feminist: If you believe that man and woman should have equal rights. Then you are a feminist. You are not extreme, it’s actually cool and I support you completely. A big round of applause for you!
Feminazi: Well, let’s put it in this way. You need a batsperson and not a batsman on the cricketing pitch or you want snowman to be called as snowperson. In short, you are a hypocrite, who says one thing and do completely opposite. So, you didn’t get it…

The Mahabharata Quest (The Alexander Secret) by Christopher C. Doyle-A Book Review

ISBN: 9384030597  Edition Language: English Publish Date: 8thOctober 2016 by Westland Books Private Limited Page Count: 355
The Mahabharata Quest by Christopher C. Doyle is the second book by him and the first of the series of The Alexander Secret. The author tries to explore the science behind the great mythology of Mahabharata and this talks about one of the most talked episodes of the mythology-Samudramanthan.
The main protagonist, Vijay together with Radha and Colin had already been successful in foiling the mission of The Order last time and seeing their capability and the threat that looms over the world, the USA and India get into a pact of information and military assistance to avoid any such threats in future. Vijay, Radha, Shukla Ji and Colin are now a part of this special task force led my Imran from India and Patterson from the USA.

The story revolves around a myth that Alexander the Great rode towards the point where the world ends; the land of Indus in search of an elixir of l…