“The time has come for India to shift focus to its northern border. The country is capable of handling China’s assertiveness. China is a powerful country but we are not a weak nation.”
Distraught that nothing is working, one is overcome with despondency.
Sometimes, it is not worthwhile going down a dark alley.
My head these last few days is spinning with the onslaught of the alphabet soup. Truth, it is said, has a mind of its own and it always manages to emerge from the cracks and be heard.
Hope versus fear is a deadly dangerous see-saw, and neither can be viewed in isolation. After all one feeds off the other and vice versa.
Nature it is said abhors a vacuum.
The game was afoot across the length and breadth of India, from the Princely States perilously close to losing it all to the British ruled Provinces which are seeing heightened political activity i
Bond Street is a major shopping hub in the West End of London.
Almost overnight melt up has turned into melt down, leaving in its wake a sea of red across world equity markets.
This is just a flavour of some of the text messages that this writer has received over the last couple of days from pump and dump operators.