This blog may not offer you anything great, nor anything for your intellectual and academic pursuit. However, this blog is keenly focusing on the current happenings and some existential crises in and around us. It is just the reflections of the ‘reasoning I’ within me. Please make your sincere comments on the articles that are posted and let it be a platform to make our views and comments.

Monday, December 15, 2014

The law that does not let the Good Samaritan within us act

Man was born free but he is wrapped in the web of laws and regulations and he is just living a life in accordance with the existing customs and traditions. The laws are made for the wellbeing and harmonious function of the society but what if the law does not let the Good Samaritan within us act, sending the negative ripples in the society.

Friday, November 14, 2014

Let the judges abide by their own verdict

When a verdict is pronounced by a judge, being seated in the comfort and luxury of a well air-conditioned courtroom, he may not know the objective truth of the reality that is affecting a large section of society. In most of the cases, the judges are far alienated from the reality and never be able to connect to the people, who will be always in the receiving end of the catastrophe that is about to hit. In the light of the Mullaperiyar verdict pronounced by the judges, what I strongly feel is that the judges should set an example by abiding by their on verdict.

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Fortune told about likely to miss the route whereas misfortune told unlikely to miss the route

Basically, we Indians are superstitious irrespective of the religion we follow; whether it be Hinduism, Islam or Christianity, geographical area where we live in. I think superstition is something that is deep there in our blood. We strongly feel that if the fortunes that are about to happen in our life are told about to someone it is likely to miss the route, whereas the misfortunes that are about to hit us even if it is told about to thousands of people it is unlikely miss its route.

Monday, September 15, 2014

Probably, making others happy would be the supreme virtue we can practice

Whatever we do, whatever profession we are into, wherever we live, ultimately what we are craving for is happiness. Perhaps, making people in and around us happy would be the best virtue we can ever practice in our daily life. In the competitive world, in order to be happy we are constantly in a race to make money, luxury and comforts however, the irony is that we end up living an unhappy life.

Friday, August 15, 2014

Court verdict on Mullaperiyar dam should not all about be objectivity but subjectivity too

In court, what is always looked for is the objectivity manifested with the evidence and circumstances of a particular case. There is seldom any space for subjectivity or humanitarian concerns instead; it is all about evidence and findings based out of the studies undertaken by an expert group or an empowered committee on any controversial issues or of pertaining to a large segment of the society. In the Mullaperiyar dam case, the court should have gone beyond the fabricated veracity of facts presented by plaintiff, Tamil Nadu, and looked into the subjective reality too.  

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Are not the popular Malayalam TV shows of kids; Kuttipattalam and Pikkiri Pokkiri, spreading a culture of having boyfriend or girlfriend among kids?

It is the plain paradigm that corroborates the verity that channels will go any extent in their pursuit to get top rates when TV channels are just burgeoning back here in Kerala. Channels are well focused and planned in coming up with diverse TV shows catering to the various segments of audience. They are just trying to apply the ‘Use and Gratification Theory’ of media that a particular individual selects a specific media rather TV show that gratifies his/her psychological and physiological needs. 

Saturday, June 14, 2014

How much more precious is our human body than the vehicles we own

We are perfect and absolutely make no compromise, when it comes to getting the service done for our vehicles as per the kilometers it ran or the time duration set for each service. However, we terribly fail to undergo a periodical medical check-up for our own body, which is far more complicated and delicate than the vehicles we use. The human body travels more than any vehicle that we use. We have a well-maintained service book for our vehicles but not periodically marinated health report. 

Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Excess use of technological advancements keeps humans intellectually underdeveloped

All of us, who are the end users of technology, think that technological advancements and scientific inventions have made us proactive and brought society from primitive period to a developed era. We think that all technological advancements came handy in one way or the other, putting things in a fast track mode and making life of human beings trouble-free and at ease. But did not all the much talked-about technological developments pull us back in making use of our potentials and getting self actualized??  

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Phobia: an end result of parenting and socialization??



I am forced to think that most of the phobias that we have is the end result of parenting and socialization. Most of the parents to make the little kids obedient and disciplined, who is otherwise very much naughty and mischievous, would tell them that don’t do this and that, if you disobey their parents the ghost or evil spirit would come and trouble them. What is taught in childhood would have a long lasting impression and ill effect in one’s life, the inculcated phobia is going to be there in the mind of the kids for the ages to come.  

Friday, March 14, 2014

Does election campaign really woo the electorate?

According to the guidelines given by Election Commission of India, a candidate contesting for the Indian General Election is not entitled to spend more than Rs. 70 lakhs for his election campaign. But all of us are well aware of the amount of black money that is pumped into election campaign and invariably every campaign crosses the limit.

Thursday, February 13, 2014

Liquid rubber (latex) fetches good price for Kerala rubber growers

Rubber has emerged as the most rewarding crop in Kerala. Rubber is either sold in solid form as sheets made after coagulating the field latex or as Crump Rubber or in liquid form as field latex by adding anticoagulants like Ammonia. Kerala rubber growers are getting the best price for latex because latex procuring companies taking the responsibility of procurement, transport, processing, sale and export. They operate a big fleet of transport vehicles for supply of empty barrels fed with anticoagulant to the farmers and collection of field latex filled barrels from the plantations. Due to the severe shortage of farm labour farmers are increasingly opting to sale rubber in latex form.

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

The clamour that FDI makes here in India

Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in retail sector could be the end result of the trend called Globalization and I don't think anyone can swim against this current nor resist it. Globalization has made globe a small village and opened up a wide open market where any big players could easily sell and buy the products in the market. It has opened up a new door for investment and trade.