“When growing up everyone of us have been told to concentrate while no one has ever been formaly tought how to do it.”
– A friend of mine told me once but i’m pretty sure it’s not his original.
Congress won the Punjab Assembly elections against all the odds, it’s known. Captain Amrinder Singh did a splendid job in uniting the party, threatening the High command with his resignation was courageous and much needed for the party. In the end, the people of Punjab gave him a birthday gift in the form of clear majority. To my astonishment, Congress managed 77 seats out of 117 and left AAP in a SAD mood and with this win Captain proved his worth in his last elections. Continue reading “On Punjab Elections – Congress’ Election Campaign.”
1940 Caxton Hall, A middle aged man killed Sir Michael O’Dwyer former LG of Punjab. His name was Udham Singh. To his people, he was a shaheed, Martyr. Whether or not he was right in his doings that is a debatable issue but since no side has significant power and control over the other it’s easy to take sides now. Both sides had their views, different and it’s not a surprise. The first hold the second responsible for 1919 massacre at Continue reading “Heer, Udham and Punjab.”
It all started with a dream, a dream I dreamed two or three days ago. Here it goes.
I was alone in a room, a dark room with no hint of light. For all I know, I was just sitting in there hopeless.I found myself in a position where I was unable to speak anything, I Continue reading “A Horrible Dream / The dark room Dilemma.”