I came across an article on Scroll titled “AAP vs app: Why odd-even makes no sense but Uber’s surge pricing does“. As the tagline of the piece claims, it is supposedly an exposition on how the “App-based taxi services [in Delhi] are responding rationally to an irrational policy.”
Over the years, a lot of metaphors have been used to describe the state of politics in India. But none has come so close to reality, nor so wonderful in its ingenuity, as this one here by Akshar Pathak. Continue reading How Indian Politics is basically a Mobile OS!
So, I read this question on Quora: Why are some of the (rather most of them) Indian News channels (both Hindi and English) are biased towards BJP? Frankly, I wanted to write an answer right there. But I also wanted to rant. I figured the two would not go well together, and it would ruin … Continue reading What can Money Buy?
Even as I write this post, Arvind Kejriwal, sitting in some room of the Constitution Club, is being formally elected as the Leader of the Party that will be called on to prove its majority on floor of the House tomorrow to form the government. It is little more than a formality as the Aam … Continue reading The Good, Bad and Ugly of AAP