There was a time when if you wanted a confirmed ticket on a train in India you needed to pay a bribe. I have heard many anecdotes on this, where you purchase a (Waitlisted) ticket and then contact "someone" in the railways to "help" to
"I will tell God everything"
Were the last words of this little 3-year old Syrian boy before he died.
This picture says so much about our world. About the wanton killing we wreak upon ourselves, our women and children, About the innocence of this poor boy unable
Life in India is an obstacle course. Every day we face thousands of hurdles which make our life more and more difficult. And most of these impediments are the handiwork of people trying to make money by making our lives uncomfortable. These range from politicians