What Indian Military Really Needs

By Anang Pal Malik It is estimated that at its peak, the total strength of soldiers present in Delhi during the 1857 War of Independence reached about 60,000. But they were all More »

Why Politicians Are Able To Grant Their Vote Banks Immunity From Law

    On 27th August 2013, in the Kawal village of Muzaffarnagar district of Uttar Pradesh, two cousins were brutally killed when they objected to molestation of a girl in the family. More »

The Great Indian Education Loot

By Anang Pal Malik My first memory of school is of the day I was literally dragged by four boys to the primary school in our village, and as they handed over More »

Mr Prime Minister, Scrap The National Green Tribunal Before It Scraps India.

By Anang Pal Malik The National Green Tribunal was constituted following the passage of the National Green Tribunal Act of 2010. Initially the country was given to understand that the Tribunal would More »

Engineers With Rs 10000 per month Salary, Farmer Suicides, Land Acquisition Bill, And Future Of India

By Anang Pal Malik In India, average salary of an engineering graduate, fresh from college, is between Rs 15000 to Rs 20000 per month, and it is easy to hire them at More »

A Journey From Modinagar To Manesar

Human beings settled down from a life of nomads to become farmers but soon afterwards those who were entrusted arms to defend settlements from raiders, turned on their own and declared that More »


Money Money Money

A friend few days ago posted an outstanding video on social media explaining how the entrepreneurship works. In that video he made very important point when he said that there is no upper limit on the money we can have

Of The Annual Floods Of India

Time of floods, and time for my annual letter to the galaxies beyond Milky Way (Perhaps they may listen.) We are not suffering from floods. We are suffering from poverty. Netherlands has only 50% of its land that is higher

Impossibility Of Economic Calculations In A Communist/Socialist Economy

सौ साल में पूंजीवाद ने कैसे दुनिया को ट्रान्स्फ़ोर्म कर दिया, कैसे वो सुविधाए जो केवल राजाओं के भाग्य में होती थी हर ग़रीब के घर पहुँचा दी, इस पर पोस्ट लिखी तो वही घिसा पिटा रिकॉर्ड बजने लगा: “अगर

The Re-animalisation Of Man

It is said that a calf can locate its mother among a herd of thousands. Mother. Not father. Because it doesn’t even know who its father was. Not even the mother may know who the father was. Because they are

Capitalism: The Orphan Idea

I learnt Economics from the Americans. The Leftists in India have made sure that nothing that contradicts Marx can be allowed to reach us. The Leftists with the saffron flags hate the money itself, so they also have signed up

Means Of Production: A Fraud That Is Marxism

Marxism (Leftism/Stalinism/Leninism/Maoism) is a proof that man will always fall for any lie that promises utopia, irrespective of education, modern means of communication, progress, prosperity, etc. In fact once taken in, man will kill any number of human beings to

Government Control Of Health Sector: To Be Or Not To Be

The allegations of loot by private hospitals in India are getting louder and louder. Even those in favour of free market economy suggest that some government regulations of private hospitals and private schools is a must. Firstly about the government

Western Civilisation And The Barbarians At The Gates

A man sets up a factory, advertises jobs, people on their free will agree to do the work in the predetermined time at the predetermined wages. Law comes into picture only if the owner then refuses to pay (breach of

Hospitals In India: Private & Government

On ZEE TV just saw two reports. First on a private hospital in Mumbai having Corona ward. Ward cleaner than a five star hotel room, every damn equipment available, staff fully provided.Second report was on KEM hospital Mumbai. No staff

Why Do Indian Government Employees Love Congress (Or Why Do They Love DA)?

Suppose there are 1000 articles produced in a country. Suppose there are 1000 people in that country, and suppose there are 1000 currency notes in that country, and everybody has 1 rupee. Each article has the same price: 1 rupee