The Raisina hill : {all you need to know about the area of the leaders}

Raisina Hill, often used as a metonym for the seat of the Government of India, is an area of Lutyens’ DelhiNew Delhi, housing India’s most important government buildings, including Rashtrapati Bhavan,[1] the official residence of the President of India and the Secretariat building housing the Prime Minister‘s Office and several other important ministries. It is surrounded by other important buildings and structures, including the Parliament of IndiaRajpath and India Gate

THE HISTORY

In 1911 to transfer the capital of British India from Calcutta (now Kolkata) to Delhi, a planning committee was formed, and a site 3 miles (5 km) south of the existing city of Delhi, around Raisina Hill, was chosen for the new administrative centre. A well-drained, healthy area between the Delhi Ridge and the Yamuna River, it provided ample room for expansion.

The Raisina Dialogue

The Raisina Dialogue is an annual conference held in New Delhi, envisioned to be India’s flagship conference of geopolitics and geo-economics.


Transfer news for today !!

People always complain about Monday but Tuesday is arguably the worst day of the week. The weekend is a bit closer, yet still so far away. Ah well, at least we’ve got some tasty morsels of transfer gossip to see us through.

Neymar is warming to the idea of leaving Barcelona and has asked his father to arrange a move to Paris Saint-Germain, according to a sensation report in Spanish publication ASManchester United are also a possible next port of call for the Brazilian.

However, Barça are said to be “relaxed” about the speculation and sporting director Robert Fernandez finds it hard to believe any club would pay Neymar‘s €222million release clause.

Manchester United have agreed a £44 million deal for Inter Milan winger Ivan Perišić, according to the Daily Mail. The Croatian will apparently pull out of Inter’s pre-season tour of China on Tuesday ahead of a move to Old Trafford.

Zlatan Ibrahimović looks like he’s going to be staying at United after enrolling his two sons in the Red Devils’ academy. The 35-year-old Swede is currently out of contract but is likely to be offered a new deal once he recovers from his anterior cruciate ligament injury in around six months time.

And United are considering a final take-it-or-leave-it offer of £60 million for Tottenham Hotspur defender Eric Dier, if you believe The Mirror.

Monaco have told Arsenal they want a whopping £80 million for winger Thomas Lemar, say the Daily Mirror.

However, the Gunners haven’t yet given up hope on signing Kylian Mbappé despite Monaco boss Leonardo Jardim’s belief that the 18-year-old won’t be leaving Stade Louis II this summer. Real Madrid are also thought to be weighing up the pros and cons of a £120 million transfer.

(Source: One football )

We create our own demons

“We create our own demons”, this quote is one of the truest ever said or heard on the planet. We start with something pure and exciting. But then our ego and mistakes play their parts. Love and hate. Love becomes hate when it is twisted and filled with obsession, betrayal and redemption. Sometimes, we do things, terrible things, in the name of love, which is only the excuse that we made to justify our behavior. 


We often put our downfall and unsatisfactiom on the shoulders of others (ex. Our parents) but why don’t we take the blame ourselves. Our pointless blamings, hopes and expectations to others are as useless as “ueue” in “queue

It would rather be an inspiration rather than a fiendish. To do good is effortless but doing the opposite requires conscious exertion of pain, of trouble.”

Wizards and Sorcerers : The difference

We often hear the disputes and confusion surrounding the difference between a wizard and a sorcerer. Many gamers, explorers, fiction lovers and people from different fields are always debating a part of their minds to find out the most ‘BASIC’ difference between the two. So here’s my thought about the most basic difference between a wizard and a sorcerer :

Sorcerers are said to be more inherently adept to magic and are considered as natural spell casters whereas Wizards  learn their craft and spells from long hours of studying and meditation


Summary :

1.The term wizard is a term derived from the Anglo-Saxon (Old English) term “wysard,” which means “the wise one.” They are often depicted as beings that do a formal study about spells for them to be able to cast them. While, The term “sorcerer,” by contrast, is of Old French origin “sorcier” which also means the same thing as its other counterpart.

2.Sorcerers are said to be more inherently adept to magic and are considered as natural spell casters.

3.Wizards learn their craft and spells from long hours of studying and meditation.

4.Wizards are often pictured as old magicians with long beards while sorcerers are usually more youthful than the wizards.

5.Based on some popular fantasy games, wizards rely so much on their spell books for them to create magic unlike sorcerers who can cast such out of thin air.

Chelsea agree fee with AS Monaco for Tiemoué Bakayoko

Chelsea have agreed a £39.8m fee with AS Monaco for midfielder  Tiemoué Bakayoko, report the Times.

The 22-year-old midfielder impressed for Monaco last year as the team won Ligue 1 and reached the Champions League semi-finals and Chelsea have been hoping to strike a deal for weeks.

Now the Blues are happy to push ahead with a move despite Bakayoko carrying a niggling knee injury that is likely to rule him out for two months. Chelsea have been assured there should be no long-term issues.

Antonio Conte was frustrated to see Romelu Lukaku move to Manchester United at the beginning of this week but having already signed German defender Antonio Rüdiger from AS Roma, Chelsea are finally making some progress towards building the squad Conte wants for the new season.

FOZZY – Judas (the new WAR song)

You are beautiful, on the inside

You are innocence personified
And I will drag you down and sell you out
Run away!

I am cold like December snow
I have carved out this soul made of stone
And I will drag you down and sell you out
Embraced by the darkness, I am losing the light!

Encircled by demons, I fight!
What have I become?!

Now that I’ve betrayed!
Everyone I’ve ever loved, I pushed them all away!
And I have been a slave to the Judas in my mind!
Is there something left for me to save in the wreckage of my life? My life!

I’m becom-, I’m becom-, I’m becoming!

I’m becom-, I’m becom-, I’m becoming!

Judas in! Judas in my mind!

Judas in my mind!

 

Oh, this guilt is a heavy cross.

There is blood on the path I walk.

And each step I take is haunting me!

Embraced by the darkness, I am losing the light!

 

Encircled by demons, I fight!

What have I become?!

 

Now that I’ve betrayed!

Everyone I’ve ever loved, I pushed them all away!

And I have been a slave to the Judas in my mind!

Is there something left for me to save in the wreckage of my life? My life!

 

I’m becom-, I’m becom-, I’m becoming!

I’m becom-, I’m becom-, I’m becoming!

Judas in! Judas in my mind!

We don’t need any certificate

Everytime we say that we know a thing or two about some activities, the people say that you don’t have anything to prove it so they criticise us

I know it’s a bit lame but just get the point instead of the words. We are what we are and we don’t need anyone to say and agree with what we are. If a person says he don’t like doing a thing, people should only suggest him for doing so instead of forcing him because that’ll make him only two things – 1. Sheep 2. Rebel

The world is full of hatred and wars so we should think of making it a better place to live in because if we continue to criticise and giving our certificates to others, the earth will not be the only planet to sustain life, it’ll be the only planet to run on papers. Specially India, where everything talent is measured by certificate. If you want to be a guitarist, where’s your certificate of your “viraashad” ? If you’re a writer where’s your degree of PhD ?

I’m just saying that we should learn to suggest, not certify. We’ve no right to do so because they are already one of their kind, they have their own life, everyone of them. But it’s right to make a person shove his greatness up his mouth if he/she is telling you how great he/she or how much tough job he does and how great the places he go

I have a dream that one day we’ll have a world where a piece of paper with only some crappy questions about a specific chapter of a specific subject written on it will not measure how talented or genius anyone is. Well it really doesn’t