Category: Thoughts 2.0

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Sacred Games: NOT a Review

After gobbling up all 8 episodes of the show in one sitting, I was left asking for more. Not just because the fuckers ended it on a cliffhanger but also because I needed closure....

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The Syrian Palestinians

The Syrian civil war began on march 15 2011 officially. Since then families have been torn apart and hundreds of thousands of people have been killed. Here is a brief time line of the...

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Bullet over ballot

Bijapur, the southernmost district of Chhattisgarh bordering Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra is where I had to dispense my duties as Micro Observer for Phase I polling of Lok Sabha elections ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2m3Jk3G_RTE )This journey...

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The Dilemma of a Driver less Car

Self driving cars is a cool concept. Every major enterprise is developing its own algorithm. Driver-less cars was science fiction that has come true. Life would be so much easier once a car is...

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The Greece Debt Crisis

Greece crisis in short is about the defaults in payment to the IMF. This means that Greece economy doesn’t generate enough money to pay its debts. What is EU? EU is an union of...

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History of Swastika

The Swastika is a very ancient symbol and has been around for probably 5000 years. It is taken many meanings until the last one degraded its use. This symbol had been a sign of good...

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Falling Rupee , Lets embrace export economy

Rupee is seen volatile and it does affect investor sentiments. And out market is running mostly on sentiments. Modi’s and RRR’s fight against inflation is somehow¬†hurting the lower class. We see negative wholesale inflation...

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Duration based approach to Investments

Introduction: Duration Based Approach in investment depends on the investment goals and time frames, the amount of risks that can be taken and the income and tax structure. Investments on the basis of duration...

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Cardinal Principles of lending

A bank is an institution which is primarily seen as a body that accepts monetary deposits from its customers (general public), looks after their money, offer them some beneficial services such as cheque books...