There was a friend of mine. He was like all of us. He was mundane, average, pretentious, concerned about the world. And yes, he was secular. So he had a low blood pressure when LS election results were announced. Like many of his comrades, he also wanted to leave the country, though it didn’t matter… Read More An Ordinary’s Take on Intolerance
Note: This author with no due regard to anyone intends to be silly in this article, therefore in light of the growing trend of intolerance in the country, he requests the readers – DO NOT TOLERATE any matter that has been published here (or spitted out). BEEF, BEEF, BEEF, BEEF, BEEF, BEEF, BEEF, BEEF, BEEF,… Read More The Fundamental Right of the Cow (Moo)
(No poetic rendition or romanticizing the imagery of a Cigarette negates the fact that Cigarette Smoking is Injurious to health) CIGARETTE It’s a metaphor of an absence. This smoke as it rises unfathomable sordid sometimes and then submerges the remaining of our beings in its shapeless candor. It’s a metaphor when it describes forms in… Read More CIGARETTE
As I scroll down my Facebook page, I see blue, white and red watermarked profile pictures strewn all over the newsfeed. It’s the first thing you see as you flip through TV news channels. It’s the growing power of the ISIS, a terrorist outfit pledging thousands of young men and women in its fight to… Read More “We’re Recruiting”, Posts ISIS
November 8th 2015, Morning 9 a.m News channel 1: BJP + 80 News channel 2: JDU+ 70 The chaos that surrounded the news channels that morning symbolized the chaos that has been going on for past few months owing to the long drawn five phase election. When the final results came in, it threw… Read More Bihar Results: why it doesn’t matter much.
Nearly the entire institute chipped in with their inherent yet timely mode of contemplation in GIPE’s first event of this academic session and for the third year running, Manan, the annual festival conceptualized by Team Equilibria, was held from 23rd to 25th October, 2015. The festival was inaugurated by Air Marshal B.N. Gokhale who delivered… Read More Manan 2015-16
This not a cheap marketing trick to lull you into; which comes with terms and conditions applied! This post is inspired from Google as it continues to do more awe-inspiring-cool-things. Last week, Google @HK, introduced what they call it as “A bird’s eye view of Hong Kong” using 3D imagery on Google Earth and Google Maps.… Read More See Hong Kong for free!
Fall in love. With compounding. Before I have you curse me and decide you don’t want to read any further, hear me out! Why would I suggest something as absurd as ‘compounding’? Twenties is the age of adventure, taking risks and experimenting with career and personal life. As a kid, your parents must have opened… Read More One thing you must do in your TWENTIES!
Billy Pilgrim came unstuck in time, and ate while he was dead. He survived the bombings in Dresden, which killed 1,35,000 people. He became an optometrist and married to a rich man’s daughter. So it goes. The author, who himself was present during the bombings in Dresden, which killed more people than atomic bombing of… Read More Slaughterhouse 5 – Kurt Vonnegut : A Review