Can an Indian citizen marry a foreigner in India?
As an Indian citizen who fell in love with a foreign national, I often wondered if marriage would be possible in our home country. This blog is my journey of learning and understanding the laws and regulations about marrying a foreigner in India. Here, I'll unravel legalities, paperwork, and the possible cultural hurdles we faced. It's a personal narrative tinged with a legal twist, designed to offer insights to alike-minded romantics who may find themselves in a similar situation.read more
Why is India so filthy?
As a blogger focused on worldly perspectives, I often delve into unique topics and today, I aim to investigate why India might be considered 'filthy' by some point of views. I will shed light on the issues of sanitation, cleanliness, and hygiene practices prevalent in India, and explore the cultural, societal and infrastructural elements contributing to them. My objective is not to stereotype or stigmatise India, but to enhance the comprehension of diverse sanitation norms across the world. Let’s endeavour to understand, not judge.read more
Value of Education in Discerning Media Content
In my perspective, several issues plague the Indian media today. One of the major problems is sensationalism, wherein media tends to focus more on creating hype rather than delivering factual news. Furthermore, there's an evident bias in news reporting, with media houses often siding with political parties. Another significant issue is paid news - a practice where news space is purchased by individuals or corporations for their promotion. Moreover, lack of media literacy among the population also contributes to misinformation and the spread of fake news.read more
Does Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 work in the USA?
Well, folks, brace yourselves for a rollercoaster of tech talk! Our star today is the Xiaomi Redmi Note 3. Now, I know what you're thinking - "Will this bad boy work in the USA?" Good news my friends, the answer is a resounding yes! But hold on to your hats, because the catch is - it only works with certain carriers, like AT&T and T-Mobile. So, if you're with Verizon or Sprint, it might be time to rethink your life decisions, or just your carrier choice!read more
Do many Indians now wish they were never born in India?
In my exploration of the sentiment among Indians about their nationality, I've noticed an increasing number who wish they were not born in India. This is not so much a rejection of their cultural heritage, but rather a response to issues like political instability, economic hardship, and social inequality. Many see opportunities for a better life abroad, with improved access to quality education, job prospects, and overall quality of life. However, it's crucial to remember that not all share this viewpoint, and many remain deeply proud of their Indian roots and hopeful for the country's future.read more
Narendra Modi is which number prime minister of India?
In my recent exploration of India's political history, I discovered an interesting fact about Narendra Modi. He is serving as the 14th Prime Minister of India, a role he stepped into in May 2014. As an influential figure in India's Bharatiya Janata Party, Modi's leadership is certainly noteworthy. It's fascinating to delve into the lives of these political leaders, understanding their journey and impact. Who knew that this humble tea seller would rise to be the 14th Prime Minister of such a diverse and populous nation!read more
How did Amit Shah become such a powerful person in BJP?
Amit Shah's rise to power in the BJP is a fascinating story of determination, strategy, and leadership. His journey started as a young party worker and he quickly ascended the ranks through his exceptional organizational skills and ability to win elections. He became a trusted aide of Narendra Modi and together they transformed the BJP into a formidable force in Indian politics. His masterful campaign strategies, particularly in Uttar Pradesh, further solidified his standing within the party. Today, Amit Shah's influence in the BJP is undeniable, making him one of the most powerful figures in the party.read more
Why would you prefer to stay in India and not settle abroad?
As a proud Indian, I prefer to stay in India rather than settling abroad for various reasons. Firstly, the rich cultural heritage and diversity of our country make it truly unique and special. Secondly, our strong family values and bonds make it difficult to imagine living far from our loved ones. Thirdly, India offers immense opportunities for growth and success in various industries. Lastly, I believe that by staying in India, I can contribute to its progress and development, making it an even more incredible place to live in.read more
Why does living in India feel like living in hell?
Living in India can feel like hell due to the extreme heat and humidity, making everyday life uncomfortable. The overpopulation and pollution in cities contribute to the overall chaos and stress. Furthermore, the lack of proper infrastructure and basic amenities can make daily life a struggle for many. The prevalence of social issues like poverty, corruption, and discrimination adds to the sense of despair. Lastly, the bureaucratic red tape can make even the simplest tasks frustrating and time-consuming.read more