Archive for June, 2014

Systemic Cleansing of Indian Beaurocratic System

By the Editor How do you take a country to greatness or ruins depends on how efficient you run it. One simple way is to root out opposition from all forms of government workings and structures. Consider anyone who might throw sand in the cog as a potential bump on […]

June 30, 2014 · 1 comment · Editorial

Newton’s Dilemma

By Shahina From Moscow, Russia [slideshow_deploy id=’645′]

June 30, 2014 · 5 comments · Cartoon

Niagra Falls

[slideshow_deploy id=’649′]

June 30, 2014 · 0 comments · Thousand Words


She glances at her exquisite gold watch It’s way past supper time The LCD is blaring away like a Loquacious loudspeaker in a railway station The fancy woman on T.V. in her fancy pants opens her glossy seductive mouth The screen is a battlefield of estrogen hormones are pacing up […]

June 22, 2014 · 11 comments · Poetry

In The Deep Blue Sea

                 The captain called out, ‘All on board’                  The passengers moved briskly towards-                  The submerged lower deck with large glass windows,                  Each vying for a window seat                  To catch a closer glimpse of aquatic life-                  Yes, it was a tour under the water.                  The […]

June 22, 2014 · 2 comments · Poetry

Indian Railway Heritage

By Ishwar Singh, Rewari, India [slideshow_deploy id=’625′]

June 22, 2014 · 0 comments · Thousand Words

Graham Bell’s Perspective

By Shahina From Moscow, Russia [slideshow_deploy id=’634′]  

June 22, 2014 · 5 comments · Cartoon

A Young Woman

            Very bravely and courageously                The slender young woman stood                As they exiled her to a deadly land                Where wild animals roamed-                Preying on all who dared to cross their trail.                Rulers and reformers of others life                Cruelly and mercilessly pounced-                On one […]

June 16, 2014 · 1 comment · Poetry


People who have come will obviously return. But the tree shall remain. And shall remain its branches that bore the pain. Poor tree – must have had an inkling when dressed it was with those gluttonous ropes. The ropes that would be fed with tractable necks – tiny and inconsequential […]

June 16, 2014 · 9 comments · Poetry

The Rickshaw Man

He lay asleep Under the shade of the tree, No passersby hailed him All rushed pass on their bikes. Their cars … honking their way Others sweated but walked away. Without a glance He, drenched in sweat Stirred Was it a gentle breeze? That disturbed his idle sleep No, there […]

June 16, 2014 · 2 comments · Poetry