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Constructive or Destructive – The Power of Human Mind

Abdul Rehman, Abdul Rehman Chhota, Abu Ali, Fahad Ullah, Ismail Khan, Babar Imran, Abu Umar, Abu Sohrab, Shoaib and Ajmal Kasab; 10 young men in their early twenties who executed the Mumbai mayhem 26/11. These attackers travelled by sea from Karachi, Pakistan and hijacked a Indian fishing trawler. They killed its crew of four and … Continue reading

Demons should be in distress

“Woman”, When you hear or read that word, what do you visualise? A female may think of her mother, sister, friend, or a daughter; but some of the boys may visualize a female’s body. That’s where it starts from! It’s the mind, a male’s mind instead of a female’s attire, language, lifestyle or activities. I … Continue reading

One World

During the infancy of human existence, which was millions of years ago; there would not have been any boundaries. Areas would have diverged according to terrain and climate, but a lot of manmade classification would have been beyond one’s imagination. Early men must have been more animalistic in a very positive sense of the term. … Continue reading

The Last Journey

“It feels like a second life”. Thought me as I watched everyone around, wailing faces, sad faces, numb faces, faces that suggest a task has been completed and baby faces unable to understand what was happening around. But no face was looking back at me; instead, they were looking at my identical twin sleeping peacefully … Continue reading


I have been visiting this place since childhood, yet every time I stare at those hills; it feels like a new beginning all together! Badrinath is a hilly and holy town and a Nagar Panchayat in Chamoli District in the state of Uttarakhand, India. At an altitude of 10,170 feet, Badrinath is on the banks … Continue reading

How is a revolution conceived ?

“Freedom is never voluntarily given by the oppressor; it must be demanded by the oppressed.” – Martin Luther King Ever seen a child play? He goes by his whims and imaginations and never by the rules. That is how the human spirit ought to live; free to want, free to speak, free to dream, free … Continue reading

August 29-31, 2014

It felt miserable as I was going away from nature’s lap to the crazy world we have created in the name of urban living. The sight of insensitive people littering from inside their cars on the road, their honking, feel of contamination in the air, the Sun mocking at us from the sky, the depleting … Continue reading

A Rendezvous with Bliss

One evening, while I was sitting alone, sipping coffee and reading about terror-stricken Muslim countries, my mind wished for a break and heart for some peace. I looked outside the adjacent window, facing the street and the park across it. It had turned cloudy and the sky was colorful with shades of blue, gray and … Continue reading

Unity in Diversity- The Indian Paradox

A man’s ethical behavior should be based effectually on sympathy, education, and social ties; no religious basis is necessary. Man would indeed be in a poor way if he had to be restrained by fear of punishment and hope of reward after death. ~ Albert Einstein Paradox, as the term generally applies, is an apparently … Continue reading

The Uprising of ‘She’- A Truth or Myth

Kalpana Chawla and Sunita Williams reaching the space; Kiran Mazumdar Shaw becoming the richest Indian woman through her biotech enterprise, ‘Biocon’; Indira Nooyi, CEO of Pepsi Ltd. making her nation proud; Indira Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi reaching heights in their political careers; Mother Teresa, a name everyone reveres; P.T.Usha or Sania Mirza taking Indian sports … Continue reading