Shantaram: Book Review

“So it begins, this story, like everything else—with a woman, and a city, and a little bit of luck.“ Quoted from the novel, this gives a bit of idea what the story is all about. Shantaram is a story about Shantaram and his exile life in Bombay. The life involves…

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Namaste, I am from #BanChod

Guess what? India wants to become a “#superpower“. LOL. No #offence, but it is vociferously vile to behold that Indians require “state” to do that; when their very  obeisance to the organic foundation is antithetical to natural rights. On one side, I am seeing some self-enlightened “urban” Indians wanting “free…

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John M Keynes was not bad on bed

Seems “fifty shades of government” stimulated Keynes a lot. I am least interested to confab about THE sexual lives of individuals or celebs, but the grand damage done by “apoplithorismosphobic” Keynes’ theories simulated me to articulate Sean O’Grady news-report on Keynes sexual life. Putting “sex lives of politicians” into Google…

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Free speech is freely unfree

A foolish man learning that the Buddha observed the principle of great love which commends the return of good for evil, came and abused him. The Buddha was silent, pitying his folly. When the man had finished his abuse, the Buddha asked him, saying: “Son, if a man declined to…

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But, who’ll build the roads?

It’s the question that has tortured me with a sweet melody repeating itself over and over and over again for as long as statists have roamed. It’s the simple question, “Who will build the roads?” It’s not really the hardest question to answer, but no matter what answer is provided,…

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