The Girl In The Black

Rahul woke up first, with his bruised and dented thoughts. Unsure of what was being pursued? The thoughts, the idea, the likeliness or the augmentation. It was a conundrum, this love. He sat and watched the freckled face, still soundly asleep next to him. Pillowed on the arm of his hands. Except for the apparent sternness developed from grueling years of field visits, she was … Continue reading The Girl In The Black

10 Insanely Toxic Habits We Need to Destroy to Be Successful

Everyone aims to be successful, yet not all want to face hardships and fight their demons off. In fact, a majority of us remain ignorant of our shortcomings, only to fall prey to our mistakes down the line. So how do all of us burn the fat, reduce our faults to the bone, and schedule ourselves onto the step stones towards success? Herewith, are the … Continue reading 10 Insanely Toxic Habits We Need to Destroy to Be Successful

Why weakening an educational institute would harm a society?

There are a few institutions of higher education in India, wherewith only a handful of them nurture talent and produce research of global recognition. When institutions of quality learning and research are scarce, would it be justified on restricting the entry in them? Or would it be justified to consider reducing the number of admission to these students? It is trite to say that we need improved … Continue reading Why weakening an educational institute would harm a society?

Does Gandhi have a caste?

Recently, in a political discourse, a high-end political entity called Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi alias Mahatma Gandhi inter alia Bapu, as a chatur baniya. Although highly uncalled for, this ragged statement was highly prerogative. But if not taken in its literal sense, was it wrong? “In March 1922”, as quoted by Ramchandra Guha- “Gandhi was arrested on charges of sedition. When he was produced in the … Continue reading Does Gandhi have a caste?