Archive for June, 2014

The Beauty of a Transgender Person

By Fiza Pathan Many people wondered why I wrote the story ‘Flesh of Flesh’ especially my family members. They found it difficult to accept in the beginning, that their daughter had written a story about a transgender child──a child who was rejected by her family, but then in the end […]

June 16, 2014 · 6 comments · Articles

The Sportsman Spirit of India

By The Editor Another world sporting event, football fever rising and Indians as it happens most of the time, chose to watch it from a distance. We didn’t qualify but that’s not to blame the players, the fault lies in our mindset, in our system and society for ignoring the […]

June 16, 2014 · 0 comments · Editorial

Cloudy Days in Moscow

By Shahina from Moscow, Russia   [slideshow_deploy id=’605′]

June 16, 2014 · 3 comments · Thousand Words

खंडहर हुए शहर से,जलते हुए जंगल तक

 खंडहर हुए शहर से, जलते हुए जंगल तक जाते हुए रस्ते पे है भीड़ किस क़दर टूटे हुए ख्वाबों से दहकी हुई हसरत तक जो ज़िंदगी जी मैंने, तन्हा है किस क़दर वीरान इस सफ़र की निस्बत कोई न पूछे है साथ मेरे ग़म का हुजूम किस क़दर गुम हो गए कहीं पर फूलों के क़ाफ़िले सब जिस ओर […]

June 9, 2014 · 2 comments · Poetry

A Heaven on Earth

Tearing through the darkness of night The golden chariot galloped towards the earth. The ruddiness in the eastern sky- With its breath taking golden shawl- Enveloped the entire earth within its folds! The chirping birds in the sky, The animals with their babes frolicking on the earth, The green trees […]

June 9, 2014 · 1 comment · Poetry

Pray to God

Pray to God means devotion to God. Pray to God cleanses malice thoughts.  It shows us rays of clear mind. It makes a man so generous and kind. God pours love to our earthly mankind. Pray to God means free from all hazards.  Pray to Him destroys all impending danger. […]

June 9, 2014 · 0 comments · Poetry

The Terracotta Temples of Chandrakona

The small-small terracotta temples, Temples of Chandrakona, You break them not, Lying abandoned and neglected And ignored Somewhere with the statues, Somewhere without, The old-old temples of Chandrakona Of King Chandraketu of yore, O, break you not the history and heritage Of Old Chandrakona, Lying buried deep Into the earth […]

June 9, 2014 · 0 comments · Poetry

Customer Service in Top Indian Banks – Part 2

By Siddharth Sehgal This article is the continuation of an earlier article on customer service in top Indian banks, we have compiled information on consumer grievances and complaint redressal in some of the top Indian Banks. A link to the previous article is also provided at the end of the […]

June 9, 2014 · 0 comments · Week's Person

Ein Feld Unerforschten: German Poetry Of the Great War

By Pianki Roy Come 28 July 2014, the world would be commemorating the passage of a century since the beginning of the First World War (1914-18) with Austria-Hungary attacking Serbia – an action which would lead to a global confrontation culminating in the annihilation of 18 million people. With remembrances […]

June 9, 2014 · 0 comments · Articles

Are Indian MP’s Fit for Clean Chit?

By Prabhakar Kulkarni This is the vital question. Because the need to curb nationwide corruption is keenly felt by people who have voted parliament members with the expectation that newly elected MP’s would be so clean that they would have moral right to check corruption in various government departments at […]

June 9, 2014 · 0 comments · Articles