Politically (Incorrect) Commentator

Do anything but do not engage with Kapil on issues you have strong view or are sensitive about. Kapil is as straight of a shooter as you can ever have. His views on women equality, maternity leaves, reservations, secularism, casteism, the state of politics nationally and the cause analysis of various global events cause quite an uproar on social media. Having been strongly entrenched in Indian political system as a social media partner for election campaigns over the last 5 years and his global experience around the same, Kapil has a unique perspective that he is never shy to share.

“Me Lord! Gay and happy…let me be!”

On 11-12-13, India witnessed a sudden upsurge in millions of criminals as the Supreme Court’s decision reversed the landmark order of Delhi High Court which had decriminalised homosexual acts in 2009.  The court declared that two citizens of the same gender expressing love in the privacy of their own homes are criminals. Before I could blame the Supreme Court, a couple of questions popped up in my mind. Was the verdict against the ‘gay community’ or the court just followed the book? Could the court have given the verdict in favour of LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transge... Read More

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Don’t underestimate the power of a common man!

So, we have become a democracy now. Let me put things in perspective. Indian democracy has so far been elected and influenced by people who don't know any better. As I mentioned in my last piece, only people who voted were: Very poor - Who are always occupied in the fight to earn a basic livelihood and have no knowledge of democracy and/or growth. They are simply swayed by false promises and are often bought by money, alcohol or other immediate material gains. If it’s all about providing basic food to people, then shouldn't we simply go back to being an agricultural society, close m... Read More

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Hurray! We are finally a democracy!

Ba-adab, ba-mulayza, hoshiyar. Bells are ringing, trumpets are blowing the red carpet is rolled out. As the election results are out, television, print and online media will see heated debates and read in-depth analysis. While the winning party might celebrate and pop that champagne, the losing party will reposition its 2014 LokSabha poll strategy. Also, while the party spokespersons try to be at their defensive and offensive best, there is one major change (*apart from the satta-parivartan ofcourse) that has occurred- we have found our voice! A voice that has compelled the top leadership t... Read More

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