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Winsom, glamorous, inspiration: Michelle Obama and Barack Obama have set some serious relationship goals.




Michelle Obama and Barack Obama

Two people belonging to the working class, their journey from those close streets to the White House has been commendable. Where on one hand they had determination, their love became their strength throughout these struggles. They broke through all possible stereotypes, emerging as the most fascinating President and the First Lady of the United States of America. They have been constantly working for the welfare of their people and accepting people’s dreams as their own.


REACH HIGHER INITIATIVE, 2014 Michelle Obama and Barack Obama
An initiative taken by The First Lady, focusing on higher education of students either at a professional training program or the university. She also welcomed 130 college-bound high school students to the Daylong White House event as a part of this initiative. She has been very clear about how important education and independent career are.


A MORE PERFECT UNION, 2008 Michelle Obama and Barack Obama
This speech by the ex-President Mr. Barack Obama focused on the concepts of race and religion. The speech brought him into a unique place where he addressed both white and black people, equally.


LET GIRLS LEARN, 2015 Michelle Obama and Barack Obama
The First Lady found herself fortunate to study at the University where her parents studied till high school. She believes that education is the only strength and identity of a woman. She took this initiative to promote the higher education of girls worldwide, irrespective of their standard, caste, color or religion.


NOBEL PEACE PRIZE ACCEPTANCE, 2009 Michelle Obama and Barack Obama
Mr. Barack Obama is a Nobel Peace Prize laureate for his, “extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy and coöperation between people. “ A proud moment for the entire United States of America, this speech focused on how certain wars are morally justified harsh truth someday.


Mrs. Michelle Obama has always been a strong and outspoken speaker especially when it’s about women rights and sexual discrimination. This speech was a direct hit at Donald Trump’s irrelevant language he used for women and their personality. Each word she said could portray how hurtful she regarded this issue coming from a Presidential candidate.


TUSCON MEMORIAL IN ARIZONA, 2011 Michelle Obama and Barack Obama
Mr. Barack Obama delivered this speech after the January 8 shooting of US representative, Gabrielle Griffords and 18 other people. He had all his condolences and told the story of each victim. He particularly said, “There is nothing I can say that will fill the sudden hole torn in your hearts. But know this: the hopes of a nation are here tonight. “
Michelle Obama and Barack Obama
Two simple people with dreams to meet, they changed the world with their idealistic approach. Where on one hand Mr. Barack Obama became a youth icon across the globe, Mrs. Michelle Obama became the only African-American First Lady. Undoubtedly, they stay inspiring many people and their words directly reach the soul.

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Not just this father’s day, pledge that you will always call your dad, visit him, however  busy you maybe.

Aishwarya Bhat




“If you can talk with crowds and keep your virtue,
Or walk with Kings—nor lose the common touch,
If neither foes nor loving friends can hurt you,
If all men count with you, but none too much;
If you can fill the unforgiving minute
With sixty seconds’ worth of distance run,
Yours is the Earth and everything that’s in it,
And—which is more—you’ll be a Man, my son!”

~ Rudyard Kipling

These wise words by  by the famous poet Rudyard Kipling may sound soothing, but what’s worth noticing are the pious and quintessential efforts that a father has put in for his child. And that’s something , apparently every father does for his kid.

Your superman!

To the girls and guys out  there, remember when he did all those magic tricks to entertain you during your childhood days? The times when he would, just like a superhero, do those super unimaginable things which were impossible for you then!

Years may have passed, he may not do  those things, but look in to his eyes! You will see the same spark of doing those unimaginable things to make your life more comfortable at this age, which again might be impossible for you at this age.

Every girl’s first love

Trust me, he can bring the  world under your feet! Just for your one little smile!

Remember the time he brought you your favorite Barbie doll, or your dress while he was going through an acute money crunch?

Maybe you were too little to know, maybe he won’t ever mention this, because for him your smile meant a million dollars and not those few unaffordable bucks that time!

Boy’s best friend

Guys might be forever on mamma’s side but when the time is hard, the manly support they need can only be fulfilled by the doting dads.

Be it the bicycling lessons or tips about how to crack the interviews, the scolding at some point or staying in discipline. Every sentence sings of his love and care. He notices everything, the way you are maturing and taking up the responsibilities of the family. Believe me, this makes him proud. So keep in mind stay loyal and take good and mature decisions. He sees his reflection in you.

Say to him that you love him!

Why flatter only moms now and then? Just tell him too that you love him. Although love always  cannot be expressed through words, but once a while texting him, asking him about his health, sending him flowers, greeting cards will add to his day, keep him ultimately happy. The only thing that must be taken care of is, it shouldn’t be made a formality. Be genuine.

Don’t be scared !

There comes a period when often the opinions do not match. And that is normal, happens at every home. But many times, children stop conversing with their fathers. This is the worst you can ever do!
The only way out is to understand their view-point  and explain your’s calmly. And for sure a way will come out.

But not talking will only worsen the condition. Trust me, he waited like hell to hear you speak for the first time. Don’t burden him more. He is your DAD.

For once just go to him and lay your head on his lap. Heaven is only here. Say that you love him, look into his eyes. He is living for you. Your PAA.

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The country couldn’t even get over the Unnao Rape Case, and Asifa left everybody dumbstruck, leaving us with a brutal humanity.





She cried, she wept and she must have shouted but probably her screams were not loud enough for the society to hear. Her name was Asifa Bano, a young innocent girl, just 8, experienced the most brutal death. A smiling girl who must have thought of life as a fairy tale saw the most disastrous phase of the society in those seven days. She lived in Rasana village, Kathua and belonged to a Nomadic Muslim Tribe. But at the end of the day, she was a child, an angel of God whom he loved the most. Let us just stop here and think, what was her crime that some inhumans kidnapped her, drugged each day, gang raped and then killed her. Is this why God created humanity to see this inhuman phase of man?


The sad part or let me say the irony is that it happened inside a temple. A temple? The place where we tend to worship Goddess Durga. That pure place was chosen to perform this act of brutality. Isn’t it shocking that some men who claimed themselves as “Hindu” by religion kidnapped a Muslim girl, took her to the temple and raped her for seven days. This, for a second, leaves me confused over a tornado of questions in my mind now.

The first question: We have seen man was never afraid of the law and order, for it felt he will either not be punished or punished after years. This increased his courage to commit crimes and stay all safe. But after this case, should we begin to realize that man now, is not even afraid of the Supreme Power that created him, God? For if he doesn’t feel guilty committing such a crime in a temple, he probably forgot that if spared on earth, he will have his judgement in front of the creator himself on The Judgment Day. Then, he won’t be spared for his deeds and the punishment would be irreplaceable.

The second question that troubles me even after me being a firm believer in God: God resides everywhere and temple is his home, the place where people worship him. If God is an eternal energy, an infinite truth then why couldn’t he save Asifa even when she was just there, near him? Why did God just weep and not send one of his angels to save the little girl? Why even after being the Supreme Power, God was so helpless this time? God is not differentiated by religion, all humans for him are his children. Kids especially are his favorite souls on earth. Then why, he allowed all this to happen for seven days and didn’t stop those men to defame humanity and that pure place of worship?

Even when irony has struck me, shaken me, I still believe that if not on earth, the skies and the creator of this world have sentenced those men to Hell. A punishment that will come to them at the right time and destroy them for killing an innocent child. The other criminals to this case are those people who are shouting in support of those accused men. How can anybody support those men who raped a child ? How can people say that she was a Muslim and the accused were Hindus so they need should be forgiven? Is this what our society is doing? Hiding crimes in the mask of Religious Riots? If the accused are criminals, even people in their support are for they have mistaken religion.. No religion justifies the rape of a girl and you just can’t rape a girl in the name of Hindu Muslim riots.

An incident that has left us with anger and sadness, I feel we couldn’t be fair to Asifa. She was one of us, our child, our sister, our daughter. What did we give her, seven days of pain and inhumanity? In the end I just wish to question God and my inner soul,

“God might have decided the punishment for those men. But, why is it that for the sake of punishing the wrong, an innocent pure soul was left to get slaughtered as a meat?”

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Aishwarya Bhat




Winnie Mandela, most commonly known as the ‘flawed heroine’ of South Africa, died at the age of 81.
Here are some facts you must know about this popular woman.

1.Winnie Mandela was born on September 26th,1936 and named Nomzamo Winifred Zanyiwe Madikizela.

2.Termed as “Mother of the nation”, she was an anti-apartheid icon who constantly supported the black majority. Winnie Mandela was ex-wife of Nelson Mandela. They remained together for 38 years, and later separated due to certain issues.

3. In 1955, she became the country’s first black social worker in a hospital, in Soweto township.
4. She suffered from several harassments, pain and assault in the prison. She eventually emerged as an influential African National Congress figure.

5. She even suffered a house arrest for long years. The struggle which her husband went through in 27 years in prison, gave her strength to fight against the whites.

6. She was found guilty and finned for kidnapping and murder of a youth by her bodyguards.
7. Later, in 1994 she donned the place of the deputy minister of arts,culture,science and tech, in nelson Mandela’s unity government.


President Cyril Ramaphosa on Monday said -“In the face of exploitation, she was a champion of justice and equality.”

Though after few years her reputation became tainted legally as well as politically, yet her steadfast beliefs and good leadership quality made continuously alive in the hearts of millions.

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