On the eve of Justice League being released,lets take a look at the one hero who is the odd duck in a team of super-powered human beings, the one mortal who stood toe to toe with gods and earned their respect. Lets take a look at his first outing which changed the way how superhero movies will be perceived for every movie to follow.
“Is science bullshit? No, but there is a lot of bullshit currently masquerading as science.” In 21st century, when Science constantly opened doors and became the light bringer, the masters of the dark understood that simply shoving bullshit won’t work on masses anymore. They invented a new tool. The science of bullshit.
With statistics of Biggest growing economy, highest workforce, a stable government India from outside, India sure looks like the next big superpower. I think for quite a while we are that only, stuck in challenge mode. But never the actually challenging to take its rightful place in the progressive world. I think the reason is quite simple. The people, Indians are what holds India Back.
On paper, India is the biggest secular and democracy in the world. On paper, India is united despite their huge diversity. On paper, India is not a poor country(snapchat CEO should know). On paper, Indians are proud of all the facts mentioned above. But is on what on paper the whole story?
When Reliance JIO entered Indian Market and took the telecom sector by storm by giving free data to every subscriber, their motto was Digital empowerment of the people of India. When recently Punjab Governments announced that the state will burden all costs of education of all women, their motto was woman empowerment. But deep-down the motto is marketing their party or a brand to bring audiences back. But the process of giving things away is not sustainable in long term and when the Free giveaways stop, are we really more empowered?
Though Privacy is a fundamental human right recognized in the UN Declaration of Human Rights, Indian Supreme Court went another way saying ” There is no fundamental right to privacy and even if it is assumed as a fundamental right, it is multifaceted. Every facet can’t be ipso facto considered a fundamental right,” as Supreme Court of India justice bench told on 27th July, while also saying “informational privacy” could not be a right to privacy and it could not ever be a fundamental right. So what does this decision mean for us?