Friday, August 12, 2022

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The Power of Dreams & Imagination – Gaurav Sharma, Greater Noida, UP.

It is 135 years now that Alexander Graham Bell said the famous words ‘Mr. Watson -- come here -- I want to see you’....

A meeting with the Almighty – Vincent Marias

It was during the good old days of my college life.  Life was happy and carefree, devoid of any serious responsibilities other than collecting...

A guided tour into an Indian IT company – Anuradha C

If you are walking past shiny glass front panels on huge buildings, perfectly manicured lawns, well laid platforms beside equally well laid roads, and...

‘Success’ Shines Better with ‘Interest’ – Irene Sandra Devadas

Interest is a relative term which is essential to taste success in every individual’s life. In every aspect of life it is always better...

If it were so – Balakrishnan D

Life is full of contradictions from birth to grave, as all of us would have experienced at one time or the other. Whether it...

A blessing in disguise – Dr. Harpreet Singh, Punjab

“Woman is the companion of man, gifted with equal mental capacities. She has the right to participate in very minutest detail in the activities...

The Human Paradox -Harikrishnan Nair

Life on Earth has existed for about a few million years. The Earth, is safe to say, has seen it all, from the big,...

Caught and Forgot – Shradha Narayanan, Pune

Public memory is short lived. A news story comes as a breeze, swirls a storm and then disappears leaving no sign of its...

My experiments with truth – Deepayan Bhadra

It was apprehension. I stepped into the building, unsure of how would I be received. I was yet to tread this unknown path. I...

Remembering One and Only G Aravindan through Kanchana Seetha – Jacob Abraham

“In an age of ‘Passive Cinema’, the films of G. Aravindan has stood for an ‘Active Cinema’, which demands an active participation from the...

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