“Ever since I made tomorrow my favorite day, I’ve been uncomfortable looking back.”- Paul Harvey.
FaultLines looks back at six years of existence and first year of its revamped avatar, here is the story of this blog to you. 6 years, 70 plus articles, 1900 subscribers worldide-and growing stronger.
Sprung, stumbled, run, fallen, rolled over, got up, dusted himself and cantered, sometimes lurched on. This has been the journey of FaultLines in last six years. The idea of FaultLines was very clear-provide content that makes the reader go wow!.
In this attempt, many articles hit bull’s eye while others missed the top mark. The journey of FaultLines in last one year has been phenomenal. It has covered topics that no one would even dare touching and yet here it is talking direcly to you.
Reflecting on bygones has never been FaultLines’ attitude, but it does takeaway the achievements of past year. Here are some of the blogs that in last one year have come close to perfection and delivered the mouth-watering content.
1980s Revisited: Early Hip Hop, Politics , Rebel Music and MTV
One of the most bold projects ever. 1980s, the generation that saw it all- AIDS to fall of Berlin Wall. This is a tribute to all the music made in this generation-many a times reflecting on what’s wrong in the world.
Why the Prophet Muhammad and Islam will not accept Abu Baker Al-Baghdadi’s ISIS “Caliphate”
This was a discovery of why the self proclaimed “Caliphate” does not hold true on any values and moral of Islam. Islam is a religion of peace and progress. The article here explores what is the true meaning of “Jihad”, Is this holy war justified in the name and land of God, and why ISIS is a reminiscence of American doing in Iraq.
The Cost of Lies: Why Chernobyl is the symbol of failed Soviet Union
Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in Soviet Ukraine was the power symbol of the Soviets, a bold answer to the Western powers. The reactor 4 of the plant blast open on April 26th 1986, spitting tons of nucler fuel that has made the surrounding area uninhabitable for atleast 10,000 years. FaultLines explored how the magnifient plant fractured under the budern of Soviet lies. The lies manufactured by the communist nation to keep its nose high. Tireless efforts of Valery Legasov, Boris Schebrina and other scientists to contain the damage.
The dreams of a Young Nation still continue for that last 2 KMs. FaultLines explored India’s Chandrayaan 2 mission and what could have been history written on golden pages. Although, India was just 2 KMs shy of touching the moon, the dream still lives on in hearts and minds of millions of Indians, and scientists at ISRO.
“I gotta have Faith”: The Big Bang Arrival of a Matured George Michael
Every hungry school girl’s pride and joy, Faith by George Michael was his big-bang arrival from WHAM! days. The songs in this albus went on to become chart-topping singles in UK and US. This was a story of an artist ho was written off by many after WHAM!
The Tashkent Mystery: Lal Bahadur Shastri’s Death and the Subhas Chandra Bose Angle
Fromer Prime Minister Shashtri visits Tashkent, comes back in a casket. What had happened there is still a mystery . During his last phone call to family, hours before his death he mentioned of a secret that will be shared with millions of Indians. A secret he said would have shook the country. Was it the lone freedom fighter S.C Bose? Did Shasri meet him? Was Shastri bringing S.C bose back to India? The mystery remains with the former Prime Minister himself.
This list would not have been possible if the below mentioned blogs found no say in the journey of previous year.
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