Can Priyanka Gandhi save Congress?

Started on Apr 23, 2014 , 10:20 am by Monika Rawal

Clearly Priyanka Gandhi has taken the lead and is going all out to attack BJP and is defending her family in all possible ways. Hitting out at Modi, she has even called his allegations against Gandhi family "cheap and baseless".Surprisingly, Priyanka is being more vocal than Rahul Gandhi and it won't be wrong to say that she is playing Indira Gandhi's part shielding her family and Congress party. Do you think if Priyanka Gandhi comes to forefront and becomes the Prime Ministerial candidate, she more »

Women who drink are characterless?

Started on Apr 16, 2014 , 10:35 am by Monika Rawal

This is really disgusting. I hear so many people say that women who drink alcohol and go out late in the night for parties have loose character and possess no moral values. Apparently, such women are also considered to be 'available' and men think they can be easy approached.How sick is this! I don't understand why such sexist attitude towards women. Can the fact that a girl drink decide her character? What's your take?

Social media a 'threat to democracy'?

Started on Apr 01, 2014 , 11:11 am by Monika Rawal

This is utterly rubbish. As per this news piece, the central government has decided to put a ban on social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter ahead of Lok Sabha polls in the country. Apparently, social media poses a "threat to democracy" and hence, the I&B ministry has taken the decision to ban these sites until May 16, which is the poll results day.I don't understand why do we call India a democratic nation when such contradictory and ridiculous rulings are there to make more »

Slapgate: Kejriwal's new drama a publicity!

Started on Apr 04, 2014 , 03:21 pm by Monika Rawal

I don't understand how in such a short span of time, our ex-CM Arvind Kejriwal has been publicly attacked thrice. First it was ink thrown at him in Varanasi, then someone slapped him, and now he has been punched, yet again! Strange!I think it is nothing but a publicity gimmick and Kejriwal is doing all this to portray himself as a victim and gather sympathy votes. Clearly, he cannot do or think of anything better. What do you think?

Wives earning more face more violence!

Started on Mar 28, 2014 , 11:18 am by Monika Rawal

I just read this piece of news that states Indian women who are more educated and earn more than husbands face violence risk. And if women happen to be the sole breadwinners, they are even more prone to experience frequent and severe violence in their relationship. How ridiculous is this? So are we trying to say that women should just sit at home and do nothing?Or is it that men are scared of women who are financially independent and it makes them insecure and they cannot digest the fact that more »

Male vs female boss: Which is better?

Started on Apr 21, 2014 , 11:36 am by Monika Rawal

This is a debate that has been going since ages - whether it is good to have a male boss at work or a female boss. While some feel it is better to have same sex boss because they can empathize with you, others feel bosses of opposite sex are more understanding and there exists an attraction quotient also.Having worked with both male and female bosses, I am still confused and can't make out which has been better. What do you guys think? Share your opinion here and let's see what others have to more »

What do Indian men want in a wife?

Started on Apr 04, 2014 , 03:12 pm by Monika Rawal

Some say good looks, some say brains, some want a nice figure and others look for a girl with a great job! And wait, some even want their wives to be a gadget freak or maybe the best cook in the kitchen. Well, clearly Indian men can't just figure out what do they really want in their life partner.Come on, let's see what people have to say on this. What do you think is that one thing that most Indian men want in their wife. Post your comments right here.

Will 'Gulaab Gang' mark an end to Madhuri-Juhi rivalry?

Started on Mar 04, 2014 , 12:14 pm by Monika Rawal

'Gulaab Gang' is touted to be one of the biggest releases at the Box Office. More so, because the film brings together two of the most iconic faces of Indian cinema to share screen space for the first time ever in the history.While a lot has been said and read about on screen and off screen rivalry between Madhuri Dixit and Juhi Chawla, movie lovers are expecting that this film may put an end to this ongoing cold war. What's your say?