TINSI- A Tale of Metal Hearts

Deepak Karthik | Saturday, June 21, 2014 | Best Blogger Tips

Bob Dylan, a famous American Musician once said, 'What is money?, a man is a success if he gets up in the morning and goes to bed at night and in between does what he wants to do.'

Bob Dylan is not alone, here comes my favorite actor Anthony Hopkins. Let's take a look at what Mr.Shining said, 'Passion is the genesis of genius.'

I know a couple of guys with whom I shared the 'Automobile Engineering' classes at SASTRA University, Thanjavur. When you have the passion glowing within, whatever comes your way to prevent you from achieving something shall find its place at graveyard. Similarly, these two guys are most active guys of the whole Mechanical Engineering class as these two boys would always have the answers for any question that our professor asks. So, I had this intuition that these guys gonna pursue something closely associated with Automobiles. As I guessed, the two guys YASH SRIVATSAVA and GOPAL KRISHNA from Uttar Pradesh are pursuing something often branded as 'ROCKET SCIENCE' among our society.

'What they have done?' is a question which should have been the most familiar question for Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg and our own Flipkart's Bansals. Not just them, it ought to be the familiar question for anyone who staples his heart and body to a field he loves most and fights from anything to everything for quenching his dreams.

While watching the Formula 1 racing events, am not sure how many you had this though but I had and I still have it. 'Ferrari, Lotus, Mercedes, Red Bull, Renault.... When shall we witness an Indian firm's name ?.'

Yeah, we do have Force India racing team. Kudos to them for familiarizing the sport in India. But apart from Karun Chandhok and Narain Karthikeyan, how many of our Indian names have surfaced in the event ? how many of our Indian manufacturers names have flashed in our televisions ?

It is not that we do not have the talents but the fact is, our talents are camouflaged by fear of failure, fear for family, and fear about society. Because of such fears, so many Einsteins and so many Rutherfords from India were reduced to ashes by terminating their lives as a peon in some government offices.

Unlike them, Yash and Gopal have initiated TINSI Race Cars for two reasons...
1) It's their passion and they are pursuing it.
They have the dream to change the way people and even Engineers look at Engineering. As one of my professor Mr.Pugazhendi always quote, 'Engineering is all about planning and execution.'

Here we go, a chit chat with the minds behind TINSI.

1) What is TINSI ?

Well, I hear you. So your thought process is going like this? , 'Even as our roads remain pathetic for commuting with a cycle, are you joking ? Racing cars in India ?. I can watch them in ESPN.'

If Vikram Sarabhai had such thoughts, there would be no ISRO and so no Chandraayan.
If  Abdul Kalam preferred not to take risks but to end up as a boat builder, we would have missed an inspiration.

Sending out a clear message to the society that there is nothing such called rocket science, TINSI was initiated with an aim to familiarize the least spoken topics of automobile and that is 'Racing Cars.'

"To eradicate this misconception, it is required to correctly train the young engineers, who are just going to step into the professional field. At present, even the dedicated Automobile Engineering courses in India are not providing the students with enough information about a lot of things which form the back bone of the entire vehicle behaviour. Modules like Vehicle dynamics, which are major topics of research in UK and Germany, are not discussed in an elaborate manner. This leads to a situation where a modern day student of India becomes an easy prey to the belief that what he/she learns in Engineering School will not be practically used in his/her professional life. It further leads to a lack of enthusiasm towards learning. 
Thus, to arouse among the young engineers, a passion for the real Automotive Engineering, TINSI has been launched. " as quoted by TINSI. 

In a nutshell, tell us what are you planning to convey through TINSI ?

"TINSI conveys to society and especially young minds to follow their hearts, to pursue something in life without which it is even difficult to breathe, to enjoy your work. A lot of youngsters come to TINSI asking what is good for their future or what will be the scope of the profession they pursue. This is a very serious situation. This kills new thoughts, new initiatives that have capability to take the civilization forward. The fear of failure has been infested so deeply in the hearts of youngsters that they are not ready to make mistakes. TINSI tells them it’s your life go get what you want. TINSI instills in young minds confidence to convert their hobby into their profession. 

TINSI believes that you are successful when your hobby becomes your profession because this journey, which is full of fears and situations that tear you apart, converts you into an invincible force which is ready to face any circumstances even outside your profession. TINSI conveys to youngsters that money and fame are the by-products of the work that you enjoy. Money and fame automatically follow you if you do what you love. "
Yash Srivatsava (Left), Gopal Krishna (Middle) with their beast.

Being a Mechanical Engineer, I am happy to share you a fact...
You know what, many of my Mechanical Enginner friends does not even have the faintest idea of  'How to change a flat tyre when stranded in a road and perhaps, half of them doesn't know HOW TO DRIVE A CAR.' But trust me, they are Mechanical Engineers. So it is evident that there is something very wrong with our Engineering curriculum, there is a difference between playing cricket and reading a book briefing the joyous moments of playing cricket. what we lack here is 'PRACTICAL KNOWLEDGE!.'

How do you find the education system in India ? Especially the Engineering curriculum ?

"Education system in India since nursery is more syllabus oriented then Student oriented. It focuses more on completion of a particular syllabus in a class, rather then focusing on the development of students. So we think in schools, instead of covering syllabuses, students should be given opportunities to learn about every profession, so that they can get a feel of everything. They should be monitored and motivated towards pursuing the skill they are found best at. This is how you invoke hunger for skills in a kid, who can later become an expert professional. Every expert professional loves what he does and this love can be more passionate if it starts at a young age. How wonderful one will feel, if he/she starts something as a hobby and later forms a career out of it ? 
Therefore degree courses come later, firstly school education has to be changed. If the input (kind of students) to the degree courses will be good, then the things in engineering curriculum or any other degree curriculum will have to change, as weak trees cannot stand intense storms. "

Five years down the lane, where you see yourself and TINSI ?

"Five years from now we see ourselves having all the technical facilities for Research and Development in the field of Race Car Engineering. We also see ourselves technically sound and experienced to assist Indian Road Car Manufacturers towards implementing our Racing data in road car development, hence enhancing the safety levels of road cars and enhancing their dynamics and performance features, thus making them more accessible.

In parallel we would like to change the way people and even engineers look at engineering, as just a job oriented training. We would like to do that by setting engineers as examples in front of the society, for people to see the real role of an engineer in society building. "

As a classmate and as a person who admired you guys for following your passion, I wish you all the very best for your endeavors. I wish that someday I can proudly say by pointing my fingers at TV screen, 'Those guys standing nearby that bright racing machine and I were classmates.'

To know more about TINSI, Chk 
TINSI Facebook page- www.facebook.com/TinsiRaceCars?fref=ts

Hitting roads !

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I Miss Her !

Deepak Karthik | Saturday, May 03, 2014 | Best Blogger Tips

We are in a relationship for more than half-a-decade by now.
We never had a fight except during the times of troubled internet connection.
She never demanded me a thing, neither she frowned her face.
Of course, we both had struggled a big time while in the period of viral infections.

She nurtured me, she taught me words, she taught me how to write,

And of all, she gave me beautiful and talented friends.
I owe her on a large scale.
The kind of love she had and she have on me is what we call as an unconditional love.

Damn, I was an idiot all these five years.
I expected her to shower me more, I expected her to attract people for me.

I expected her to stay beautiful and stay same as she was in the beginning.
Neither she asked me a question nor refused to act for my commands.

In the midst of my negligence and laxness, she still supports me and acknowledges me.
My love, from my head to toe, I swear in the name of god,

You are the reason for what I am today.
You are the reason for the office I hold today.
You are the only person who reflected my vision without being doctored and the soulless soul that helps me to exhibit the few talents of mine.
But today, I am being swayed. I could not able to spend much time with you considering the chemistry we had in the past that envied half the keypad world..

I sincerely miss you.
I will find a way in the coming days to spend my hours for you, to beat out each other's loneliness.
Till then rest my love. Rest !

- I miss you my blog !

Beloved fellow bloggers,
My blog is not the lone thing am missing but also the post of yours.
I recall the days with Indiblogger, those memorable days, when I was fortunate enough to read the best posts that Indian blogosphere could ever see.
I am missing all those fun nowadays. 

Do not forget me :D
Pardon me if I am not consistent in reading post of yours, Will try to be back soon !

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The Aspiring Author – Checklist!

Deepak Karthik | Thursday, May 01, 2014 | Best Blogger Tips

Hi all,
If you are curiously reading this post then you might be one of the Author-Wannabes who are following the footsteps of ChetanBhaghat, Amish Tripathi, or PreetiShenoy. India is a weird country, the following meme nails it!

Most of the aspiring authors are engineers who desperately want to show their hidden skills; so what do they do? Blog! Yeah, that’s how all author aspirants try to gain some fan base. Blogging is to Writing as CAT is to IIM – at times, this is true and at times this can be a serious case of stereotyping. Well, as a professional content editor and writer myself I have come across a lot of newbie authors (bloggers and non-bloggers) – few I know personally, and a few professionally. Knowing different people is an art of gaining different experiences that we can never gain by ourselves in this lifetime. I have compiled a checklist that every aspiring author should keep in mind. More than a checklist, this will be a series of Do’s and Don’ts.

1.       Never Quit That 5 Digit Salary Job: You might be earning somewhere ranging from 10,000 to 80,000 or even more based on your experience, talent, LUCK, and the buttering skills (no offence meant :P ). Now, in the craziness of becoming an author don’t quit the job. Want to know why? Well, you can write a full-fledged novel (when I say novel it is a book of 70,000 words or more) in some 2 months’ to 2 years’ time (depending on your momentum); the proofreading, editing phases, publishing, and release will take another 1 year. So it almost takes 1-2 years to give life to a book and as a debutant author, you may earn a profit ranging from Rs. 10,000 to Rs. 6,00,000 or if lucky even more. I am not scaring you, I am just telling the worst case scenario and a probable best case scenario. So 2 years of time and only this much profit, still want to kill the golden egg laying hen (your corporate job)?

2.       Pick your genre wisely: Once you have decided that you are going to write a novel the first thing that should be picked is a genre. Decide what you want to write about at an outer level – Fiction or Non-Fiction. Further scrutinize and find a proper genre in it. Most of the writers just write a memoir or something from their life. Yeah, it is a great idea – you already have the story and screenplay, you just need to revamp it with commercial elements. However, that depends on two things – how effective your story telling skills are and how beguiling your story is. The two best examples of semi-autobiographies or memoirs which caused a sensation are “2 States” – ChetanBhagat and “I too had a love story” – Ravinder Singh. The other option is to go for a really crispy story or concept and build it from the scratch. Most of the Indian authors of this era are writing cheesy, slapstick, and light-hearted romantic novels. These maybe good for a one time read but then if you want to nail it big, think different. You may stick on to romance but add more elements like thriller, comedy, or even melodrama.

3.       Research: This is one of the most important to-dos for any aspiring author. To write one book, you should have read at least 20 different books. You shouldn’t copy or adopt anyone’s style or concept but you need to learn from the positives and negatives of each book. To become an ardent writer, you need to be a voracious reader first. Read different books, short stories, columns, newspaper, blogs, etc. Inspiration may come from anything and everything.

4.      Write Daily:Consider write as a rite! Write at least a page daily – a poem, a story, a diary entry, or anything imaginative. Like any other skills, writing also improves by practice. If you are feeling the writer’s block then you need to relax and concentrate on other hobbies for a day or two and then write again. If you feel that you don’t have enough topics to write about, there are a lot of online blogging communities which provide daily, weekly, or monthly prompts. My recommendations are Daily Post by WordPress, Write Tribe, and IndiSpire by IndiBlogger.

5.       Connect with people: As a writer, you must connect more with the people. This is not just for increasing your followers or fan base but also to know what the readers want from you. As a blogger, having fellow bloggers as blog readers is more than sufficient, however if you want to be an author then you must connect to non-blogger readers also. They are the ones who will buy your book in lumps and they are the actual fan base. Fellow bloggers or writers will be a motivational factor, as well a very good critic but at the end of the day when you publish a book, the public opinion matters and remember, “Never underestimate the power of a common man”.

6.       Attachment and Detachment: When you want to be a writer, you must be attached as well as detached. You must be attached to feel and empathize with every single person and story around you at the same time be detached enough to write about it.

7.       Publishing Woes: Okay, so you have found a genre, conceptualized a story, wrote daily, connected with people, and got inspiration from real life scenarios, completed the writing – What’s next? Publishing!! Well, before that there are couple of other steps like proof reading and editing but let’s wrap it all up into a single term called publishing. So what exactly should you do in this phase?

·    Do the primary proofreading. I know, it is difficult to proofread you own story, but the primary proofreading should be done by you to retain the authenticity of your work. Do it carefully and relaxingly.

·    Write a witty, catchy, and unique synopsis for the story – Don’t give away the story but still make it very appealing.

·     Make a clear cut summary – this is the one wherein you will write the whole plot in a single page.

·     Keep an intriguing and impressive title to your story – Keep it as unique and as catchy as possible.

·    Mail the title, and sample chapters (mostly 3 chapters – 6,000-12,000 words) to the publishers. Also, courier them if needed.

·   Don’t send it to too many publishers. Select the top level publishers and mail them. They generally take 30-90 days of time to get back to you. Breathe, relax, and wait. Once they get back to you and if the answer is affirmative then you can move on with the steps they say, else just relax and repeat the procedure with the next set of publishers.

·    Decide on one thing before mailing the publishers – do you want the book to be published immediately or you want to be published with the reputed publishers? There are lot of self-publishing houses which will charge you some investment for publishing, and they will publish the book within 2-3 months. If you prefer to go with traditional publishing then go for the traditional publishing houses, they won’t charge you anything and the publishing process is fully traditional and streamlined; it will take a minimum of 6 months – 1 year to get published.

I hope the article was informative. If you are interested to know more, I will be glad to do write more on each of the above mentioned issues separately.

Happy Reading and Writing!
Lots of Love,

SrilakshmiIndrasenan aka Stri is a freelance content writer and editor. She writes technical, creative, fiction, motivational, fashion, and relationship based contents. She has 4+ years of experience in content writing and editing and also she is open to jobs like EmCee and Wedding planning. She blogs at http://www.iamstri.wordpress.com/ where she writes on categories like fashion, social issues, short stories, memoir, reviews, and humor. Reach out to her at srilakshmi.indrasenan@gmail.com or on her FB Page: http://www.facebook.com/iamstri

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The Parallel Pitches

Deepak Karthik | Sunday, February 23, 2014 | Best Blogger Tips

In the world's largest democracy, anyone to everyone can draw parallels between three most powerful fields of the nation. These three fields are immortally intertwined with money, power and fame. And at rare occasions few sting operation would expose the truth behind every colors but they shall fade as quick as they spread. 

If you are a citizen of the so called world's largest democracy, right now three words should have come out of your mouth. ' Politics, Cricket and Bollywood ' If your answers were wrong, its time for you to pack your baggage and also to find asylum.

No matter how infinitesimal or robust the parallels are, these three fields are omnipresent at podium. I would like to brag about one such,

If India and Indians, especially the Indians who dwell at the social networking sites are 'SO MUCH KEEN' on ditching a cricketing team captain for leading his 11 men team to quite a few losses abroad, then why these same so called 'CHANGE SEEKERS' show no interest on changing the lives of about 1.2 billion and counting people over their frustrated attempts on several such failures at the hands of incapable bureaucrats ???

Very interestingly as many knows and as few knows it without understanding the essence, Politicians stage dramas with their responsibilities at office and so the cricketers play politics with their games, and finally actors, actress harness their fans and turns as vote banks for making a foray into much bigger stage called politics. But all three fields are fueled pretty well by currencies. Of course am talking about the pebbles but certainly not about the few existed and existing diamonds at the box.

No matter how worse the situation goes, we can keep sharing status and we can an expertise advice as I just did.
Moreover, we the bloggers and we the social net-workers will be getting topics to blog about every now and then until the majority sector of the nation realizes what's going on.   

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I am Kejriwal...

Deepak Karthik | Sunday, February 16, 2014 | Best Blogger Tips

Well, It all began with a punch line ' I AM ANNA.' or whatsoever the vernacular language translates.

AAM ADMI PARTY (AAP) members, while staging an anti corruption movement, they sincerely and seriously stole my heart and so a million Indian's.
I felt like, I am so proud to have such Indians.
I decided to vote for them provided they turn themselves a political party,
Provided they field a candidate in my constituency.
I shared countless posts alike my fellow citizens acknowledging and spreading their commendable efforts seeking a change.

And now, on Valentines day I had my heartbroken.
Yes, I can hear you.

1) I am no Delhi citizen.
2) I have not stood in the queue to vote for a change.
3) I was not present in the myriad of Dharnas.

All the way, I was just a spectator and that's the very reason why I call myself as Kejriwal.

I had preferred to watch the happenings.
I stayed back only to pass my comments.
I have always complained and I continue to.
I know it is as easy as passing comments while watching the final over of a cricket world cup match than facing it on the ground as a player.

Summing it up, I wanted a CHANGE. I cried for a change. When I was given a chance to change, I CHANGED MYSELF.
Hence, I am Kejriwal.

You gave me a chance to change the system but I would like to be a complaint box.
I would like to be a Ravi Shastri with a mike instead of MS Dhoni with a bat.
I would like to be a informer but I don't like to be an Army Jawan.
I would like to be a printing press and not willing to be a proof reader.
hence, I am Kejriwal.

When AAM AADMI gives you an 'AAM.' Make use of it either as a mango juice or as a mango jam.
For god sake don't let it rot by staging a dharna.

I feel like being deceived though I am not a loser or also called as Delhi voter who had voted and awaited for change from the hands of AAP.
What you have done shall have the effects on whomsoever comes in future with a passion and zeal seeking a change in the system. Due to your works, that wanna be activist also going to suffer as people will say, 'Look, yet another Kejriwal.'


One of your party worker and the so called gonna be candidate against Rahul Gandhi, enjoyed racism by throwing mud at Kerala nurses.
And so your Minister, who was openly accused for being a racist while conducting RAIDS. And finally, he added that he is new to the field.

Whatever that had happened, It has given me a good insight.
I am not going to waste my Mango, instead I am going to give it someone who has the courage to do something good for the people by avoiding dharnas and making cities standstill every now and then.


Definitely not, corruption could be mother for many evils. Still, there are much murkierstuffs seeking sanitation.
And when you are given a chance to enter the system and when you are given a chance to change at least .01% of the system, why do you still prefer to be a common man who sits in front desktop and rants every day.
I am Kejriwal,
Because, I was not given an opportunity to change the system.
I am Kejriwal,
Because, I love only to complain like a kid, 'TEACHER, HE STOLE MY RUBBER.'.

What India and Indians desperately needs is not a school boy who keeps complaining and crying each day.
Instead India needs a grownup who wishes to give the change as much as he can.

You have simply wasted a golden egg, It is highly doubtful whether you shall be given yet another golden egg. Whatever happens, you always have your way, STAGE DHARNA.

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A Suicide Mission !

Deepak Karthik | Sunday, January 05, 2014 | Best Blogger Tips

Soldier 1: What's your guess ? What could be waiting for us there ? At the other end ?

Soldier 2: Mate, I don't have any guesses, you cannot guess something that you have never heard, seen or told of... can you ?

Soldier 3: Brothers, I am neither sure of our survival in this mission nor about meeting you brothers in the heavens at rest, but I would like you to know that I have always enjoyed your company at CLOUD NINE.

Soldiers: Same here fellas, to the death we shall DROP like anything!

Soldier 2: Alpha 2 Base !!! Prolific green fields at sight...
Soldier 3: Roger that.

Airman First class to all Droppers.
Estimated Time of Landing: 7... 6.... 5... 4...

Soldier 3: Dear Lord, forgive me for all my sins. If I am to die in this invasion, evaporate me back to my homeland, so that I shall fall for yet another time.

Soldier 2: I am going to make a landfaaa .... ....... (Beep)
Soldier 3: Soldier 2, you there ??? Are you wit.... .... ..... ... (Beep)
Soldier 1: I survived the fall, am over some leaf. I repeat, I survived the fall. Any droppers with me?

MISSION Accomplished !

Meanwhile, First generation humans in the virgin Earth were wondering about the tiny drops showering from the heavens. These primitive creatures without realizing the suicide mission of the rain drops with an objective to make the humanity SURVIVE, remain buzzed UNTIL they sip few droppers.

A little later, as the 'SUN' man visited the battle field with his temperate rays. Wishes of SOLDIER 3 was granted. yes, he was evaporated back to the clouds and he is all set for yet another suicide mission.

Pic: Hdwallpapers

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Uncertain About Existence...

Deepak Karthik | Sunday, December 01, 2013 | Best Blogger Tips

GRANDSON: ‘Dad, we are supposed to be at airport in an hour?’

DAD: ‘YES, you’ve asked it hundred times now, at least try remembering your University.’
‘Go get grandpa’s blessing.’

GRANDSON: ‘Grandpaaaa... time to fly.’ ‘Just two years. We will see each soon.’

GRANDPA: ‘Two years?  I’m not sure about seeing each, but you MAY see me. Take care!’


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Tharangambadi- Land of Singing Waves

Deepak Karthik | Sunday, November 10, 2013 | Best Blogger Tips

Along the stretch of Coromandel Coast, there exists a tiny hamlet ‘Tharangambadi’ a place well known for its rich heritage and legacy imparting knowledge on various visitors and their cultures. With yet another name embedded in its history as ‘Land of singing waves’ the Tharangambadi hamlet has witnessed various rulers from Nayaks, Danish, British and finally with the Independent India. Besides, Tharangambadi has also sustained several name changes alike its owners from being called as Trankebar, Tranquebar and finally to Tharangambadi.

According to the historians here, fascinated with the India’s rich legacy and eyeing an establishment center here, Danes were first to touch the shores of ‘Tharangambadi’ which was often dubbed as ‘land of singing waves’ due to the enchanting hymns of the sea waves in its coast. As per the historical records, on May 5, 1620 AD by then King Vijaya Raghunatha Nayak of Thanjavur province granted permission to the King Christian IV, his counterpart of Denmark to establish a trade center at Tharangambadi by fixing a rent for ` 3,111. Later on the very same year through a Danish Navy captain Roland Crappe, King of Denmark purchased the Tharangambadi and surrounding area from the Thanjavur king, which paved way for the Danes to began establishing the stone fort ‘Dansborg’ at the coastal village. And on 1777 AD, Tharangambadi came under the complete control of Danes. After 68 years of Danish regime, Tharangambadi for yet another time sold to British with a capital amount of ` 12.5 lakhs. As centuries have past and witnessing the change of owners from Danes to British and then to Independent India, the majestic fort located at the coast still attracts tourists with its rich legacy.


  1. 1629- During the Danish rule,  Tharangambadi was renamed as Trankebar and then as Tranquebar for convenience.
  2. 1845- British colony bought Tranquebar `12.5 Lakhs from Danes and it was served for little time as Capital of the erstwhile Thanjavur province.
  3. 1986- The Tamil Nadu government changed the name Tranquebar as ‘Tharangambadi’ in both English and Tamil.

The gigantic two storey ‘Dansborg fort’ stands as a testimony for the rich cultural heritage of Tharangambadi, with the first floor of the fort accommodate spaces for large canons to spearhead the attacks, few large rooms are also present which has been believed to be constructed for administrative purposes. The ground floor of the fort hosts spaces for prisons and animal stables, besides a tunnel way for the royals to abandon the fort in case of an enemy siege are found. However, the tunnel fearing toxic gaseous and insects has been prohibited. After the takeover of Tharangambadi by the British, Tharangambadi served as district headquarters of the erstwhile Thanjavur district from 1845 to 1862 with an establishment of collector’s bungalow at King’s street of Tharangambadi. 

Apart from the historical legacy, Tharangambadi beach is well known for its rich ozone content. It was identified as the one of the Ozone richest beach in the world by various observatories conducted by the Danes in 1960’s and also by the local researchers here. However, the presence of Ozone (O3) content and its prevention from the hazardous ultraviolet rays in the sun light still remain as a least known fact to the majority of the locals here. The ozone content in air is said to be on its high during the span of April to July. 

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External Affairs- Have Some ' Viagra '

Deepak Karthik | Saturday, November 09, 2013 | Best Blogger Tips

There are quite a few articles which I have wrote in frustration, vexation, joy and just like that. This article belongs to rarest of the rarest in my blog, written straight from heart. Kindly pardon me for HARSH words.

Do India have an external affairs ministry ?
I don't think so, obviously it is a mere waste of tax payers' hard earned money.
India's foreign policy sucks and so the most of our policies.

Panchsheel- an utter JUNK !

1) Mutual respect for each other's territorial integrity and sovereignty,
2) Mutual non-aggression,
3) Mutual non-interference in each other's internal affairs,
4) Equality and mutual benefit, and
5) Peaceful co-existence.

The above points are not external affairs, it is just like " You eat your chocolate and I will eat mine. I will not ask yours and so you. I will not question whatever atrocity you do and so you. I will not scratch your back and please you too don't." - BULL SHIT !

India and Israel has got very little dissimilarities.
Both the countries does not have healthy relationships with its neighbors.
Both the countries suffer any time intrusion and attacks from its neighbors.
But Israel for sure will hit twice for every time it is being touched. But India would either stop playing cricket or would stop convening peace talks by concluding some Rocky Balboa kinda quotes.

Past month, you and me do not know exactly that how many intrusions were made by militants, we do not know the real casualty figures. But External affairs minister knows it and so defence minister.It doesn't matter whether we know or not, results gonna be same with teh ministry - dead silence.

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These idiots shall not open mouth anywhere but at Parliament, thereby making it as the murkiest fish market across the globe.

If at all India needs to play a major role in world politics, people might say 'First clean your home before you venture out for social service." So True. If we have to clean our home and wait for it, Possibly our great grand son's grandson would say 'It would take another century.'

India gave asylum for few Tibetians and earned China's vengeance.
Though India liberated Bangladesh, still it has got few troubles with Bangla.
Beneath our foot, there exists an island, Sri Lanka, which gives damn to India.
And China ? To them India is dust.
Yeah Pakistan, If it was not our Indian Army, we would have taken rebirths.
Nepal ?
Safe house for fugitives, yet we cant secure them.

People blabber about India becoming super power, people blabber about India successfully testing missiles, of what use they are ?
Missiles are being dusted each day and so our Jawans are martyred every day.
Go test the missile at borders instead at barrier island.
Let the neighbor pee in pants before they step out with a thought to touch Indians.
You do nothing, and so I strongly suggest you 'Viagra'.

After reading the above article and countless political protests seeking India to boycott CHOGM. I really understood that India is an impotent nation in handling troubles within and in and around its territories.
As long as we stay mute for whatever that happens around us, we can never be a regional super power. Cant even dream for taluk level super power.

No one asks you kill innocent civilians in neighborhood, but why don't stand up to voice your concern ?
Alike the million Indian, I end my blabber rant with an expectation that someday in calendar, we would get some real External Affairs Minister.

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