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Trust the crux of trust

Trust the crux of trust

Years passed and we went on reading about ‘trust’ somewhere round the globe. Innumerable quotes, countless stories and numberless thoughts have been passed since ages but the scenario is still… Read more »

Why are you travelling?

Why are you travelling?

Why are you traveling? What’s the point? I heard this question many times. So I start looking for some answers.  So why do we travel? BECAUSE OUR WORLD IS TOO… Read more »

Smoking- a style statement

Smoking- a style statement

“Too much of anything is good for nothing” We are all sensible enough to comprehend this proverb. Honey is good for our health but if we have it too much… Read more »

Burqa: The misunderstood clad

Burqa: The misunderstood clad

Ever since my childhood, an inclination towards the Muslim culture made me go deep into the horizon and unfold various facts about them. “Ji, Janaab, Khala, Ammi, Baji, Tashreef” wagerah wagerah,… 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 »

Should Religion Exist or Not?

Should Religion Exist or Not?

As said by Karl Marx, “Religion is the Opium of Masses” i.e Religion is the sigh of the oppressed creature, the heart of a heartless world and the soul of… Read more »

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