As we all know India’s mauka mauka adds have backfired to the extent that at its mere mention the blue jersey’s hang their heads in shame (Lolzzz)! Nevertheless have we ever wondered who this Mauka Mauka guy potraying Pakistan really is? Is he really a Pakistani or another crazy Pakistani hater Indian! Here are some of the fun facts related to this man!
Though the Indians did the best they could to show solidarity with us in the aftermath of Peshawar school attacks but the irony is; it still remains an ardent supporter of those who perpetrated the Peshawar attacks in the first place, the notorious Tehrik-e-Taliban of Pakistan.
It has become a norm these days for online Indians to mock Pakistanis, boasting of their so called Indian miracle. For those naïve and innocent Indians stupid enough to believe their own government here are a few facts.
As another Kashmir day draws to an end; another year of Kashmiri miseries passes away unnoticed.
Though dismayed with low growth in the last few years, with the conclusion of Obama’s Indian yatra, Shining India seems to be once more on a resurgent phase.
The state of Gujarat in India is among the most prosperous in the whole of South Asia. From having a fast growing economy to its first world infrastructure, Gujarat seems to be unique in every manner.
As the US president’s long awaited visit to India nears its end, the sad reality of accepting a relatively smaller neighbor as an equal once again draws on India’s idealistic ambitions of dominating South Asia.
Narendra Modi a phenomenon which has taken by storm the world’s most populous nation. Who is this man, Godfather of terror or a messiah of development? Mass murderer or a champion of people’s rights? A sign of peace or a harbinger of war?
A few days ago I had the opportunity to read Bob Woodward’s new book Obama’s War. An interesting book it greatly opens one’s eyes to how the world views Indo-Pak relations in general. Bob not only referred to Pakistan as being obsessed with India with self created disputes but clearly hinted about Pakistan being little more than just a hurdle in the face of a new and rising India which sooner or later would have to come under India’s feet.