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One heck of a “life”

One heck of a “life”

“It has been 6 months since I saw you last, where have you been?” She asked. “Where else would I be?” Managing through the smolder of his cigarette, that coarse… Read more »

Ohh Boy!

Ohh Boy!

Well alright! So what happens when your younger sibling grows up? All the “ astute ” elder brothers and sisters who always live in a misconception that the younger kid… Read more »

Grim Reality

Grim Reality

Close your eyes and listen intently- you would hear agonized cries and desperate pleas. Look around and you will find yourself surrounded with pools of blood and mounds of dead… Read more »

Perception play

Perception play

Is too much of rationality, and too much of “seeking sense and logic” the cause of maximum of our worries? Whether to let go and get amused by the moment,… Read more »

When I say “Enough” ..You must Stop!

When I say “Enough” ..You must Stop!

Why all this  hype about “Padukone’s” ..oops! “Vogue Empower’s” video ‘My Choice’ being an encouragement to adultery and cheating? Is it all that the “learned brains” could grasp in that… Read more »

A Feminist or a Female Misogynist? Often misunderstood

A Feminist or a Female Misogynist? Often misunderstood

ALIGARH, April 02- Theoretically, Feminism is described as the belief which advocates social, political, legal and economic rights of women to be equal to those of men. But in reality,… Read more »

Gender Equality is a Myth

Gender Equality is a Myth

“Equal” has no meaning. Does an apple equal a banana? Does black equal white? Does a cat equal a dog? No, those things cannot be equal because they are different…. Read more »

A day of Love for the Nation

A day of Love for the Nation

As citizens of this pulchritudinous country India, we celebrated our 68th Independence Day last week. On the portentous midnight of 14-15 August, 1947 Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru hoisted the Indian Flag… Read more »

Right to Education and Child Labour: A Critical Analysis

Right to Education and Child Labour: A Critical Analysis

“Education is a human right with immense power to transform. On its foundation rest the cornerstones of freedom, democracy and sustainable human development.”   -Kofi Annan Education is a key for… Read more »

India’s foreign policy and agenda for the government      

India’s foreign policy and agenda for the government    

Foreign policy is based on a country’s long term national interests and takes into account both domestic and external factors. Strategic interests of a country do not change when governments… Read more »

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