The new year started with a fresh round of controversy, this time the centre stage was annual Indian Science Congress (ISC) meet.
The celebration of marriage requires one to declare the relationship to the masses of friends and family and an annulment demands it too, be it slightly less appetizing than the former.
Who is to be blamed for this? Media? Undoubtedly, yes. But blaming media solely will not be a right thing. We, as viewers are also equally responsible. We cannot forget that even the media houses need money to run and so what sells is usually shown.
From last few decades, humans are trying to get to grips with more sustainable and environment-friendly lifestyle which has hatched, cradled and shaped the ideas of reducing carbon footprints, waste management, minimalism, advocating animal rights, etc. In the same league, ethics and morals filter is now applicable to the key ingredients of our diet.
All tissue jokes and sly innuendos aside, it cannot be denied that pornography is part and parcel of the internet era and is very much a factor in the lives of many. Sources have estimated that about 12% of all content on the internet is pornographic.
What became the hottest topic of discussion on February 2? Yes, you are right, Budget. From a private bus to office cabins or even the aunties of the locality: all became economists and came up with their critical views of the budget.