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Kashmir-The Road Ahead

Introduction “Recent India Pakistan scheduled bilateral talks were called off by India, as Pak High Commissioner Basit meets Minwaz Umar Farooq ,Syed Ali Shah Geelani,Shabir Ahemed Shah and Yasin Malik.”-it’s a small piece of news. But enough to estimate the respect 0f GOI towards the free will of Kashmiris. Enough to estimate what Azadi means to a common shepherd boy of the valley of Kashmir? What does Azadi means to the people of the valley, where for 18 people one security personnel is…See More
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From Yesterday by Anupam Dasgupta-a book review

From Yesterday by Anupam Dasgupta is a romantic story with three main characters. Although there are three protagonists-it is not a love triangle- it is rather two circles of love- one intercepting the other. Adi met Anita over a social networking site- both being well established-Adi being much younger…See More
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Saint Teresa of Calcutta: A Celebration of Her Life & Legacy by Raghu Rai-a book review

Saint Teresa of Calcutta: A Celebration of Her Life & Legacy –by eminent photographer Raghu Rai is a collection of photographs and his memoirs of the Mother Teresa. The photographer first met Mother way back in 70’s when he was doing a feature story on behalf of Junior Statesman and after that his…See More
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Why to buy a book?

If it not the extraordinary get up-then what will compel me to buy a book? Rather make it a little simple-why a book should compel me to buy it? Let us get a little philosophical-life is too short, but too much to know. But creating a world of our own in this short span is essential. A world of our own-where knowledge can take us beyond the five senses. A world of our own-where the result of rigorous study of thousand years be our property in a moment. Somebody has written the book through his…See More
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To The Survivors by Robert Uttaro -a critical analysis

To the Survivors by Robert UttaroMy rating: 5 of 5 starsCan any other individual feel the pain of a people who is burning to death? The flesh is getting charred, through the veins runs the fire-will there be…See More
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Kashmir-The Road Ahead

Posted on May 17, 2017 at 1:32am 0 Comments

Introduction

“Recent India Pakistan scheduled bilateral talks were called off by India, as Pak High Commissioner Basit meets Minwaz Umar Farooq ,Syed Ali Shah Geelani,Shabir Ahemed Shah and Yasin Malik.”-it’s a small piece of news. But enough to estimate the respect 0f GOI towards the free will of Kashmiris. Enough to estimate what Azadi means to a common shepherd boy of the valley of Kashmir? What does Azadi means to the people of the valley, where for 18 people one security personnel…

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Value of computer education

Posted on May 17, 2017 at 1:28am 0 Comments

Just think of the famous commercial which states, with the advent of mobile internet (of course of a particular service provider) India is no longer going to be fooled. Exaggerated it may sounds, but in today’s world a normal human being, is surrounded by hundreds of computer related applications, literally like “Abhimunyu” within “chkrabuhya.(enough to make you crazy if you don’t know computer). That’s why one of my colleagues once jokingly remarked that if you don’t have any computer…

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Saint Teresa of Calcutta: A Celebration of Her Life & Legacy by Raghu Rai-a book review

Posted on April 21, 2017 at 2:30am 0 Comments

Saint Teresa of Calcutta: A Celebration of Her Life & Legacy –by eminent photographer Raghu Rai is a collection of photographs and his memoirs of the Mother Teresa. The photographer first met Mother way back in 70’s when he was doing a feature story on behalf of Junior Statesman and after…

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