Archive for October, 2014

Diwali Celebration in US

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October 26, 2014 · 0 comments · Thousand Words

आख़िरकार

आज का दिन खत्म हुआ इंतज़ार खत्म हुआ आज से आप पे भी ऐतबार खत्म हुआ दिल जहाँ डूबा वहीँ पर दर्द-ए-दिल भी डूब गया अब सुक़ून है हमे कि ये अज़ार खत्म हुआ क्यों यहां आये हो अब तुम लाश पे रोने के लिए बस ख़ुशी मनाओ तुम्हारा बीमार खत्म हुआ At Last The day is over my Wait for you is over […]

October 26, 2014 · 3 comments · Poetry

Why Divided

Why Divided Our country is India It is Hindustan We were born here Conquered and plundered aggressively Looted and devoured The spirit sustained Yogis, Rishis and spiritual leaders Nationalists and freedom fighters Rose like meteors Against the turbulent tides of invaders They did not die in vain The tricolor flies […]

October 26, 2014 · 0 comments · Poetry

Diwali Bonanza for BJP

By The Editor The first Diwali of the Indian Prime Minister has brought a bonanza for him and the ruling party. Modi magic has worked from glaciers of Siyachin to polling boots of Maharashtra, BJP’s new leadership is hitting big on the political pitch. Especially those who didn’t wanted to […]

October 26, 2014 · 0 comments · Editorial

Youth in Politics: The Need Not the Bane

By Ranjit K. Sahu The recent series of elections in the biggest democracy of the world have brought in a sea change in the political scenario of not only the nation but in the world stage when examined in the context of the renouncing of old concepts and ushering newer […]

October 26, 2014 · 0 comments · Articles

हैरानी

वो बात जो न कभी थी न फिर कभी होगी उसपे सब कुछ लुटा दिया ये क्या किया हमने अश्कों से  इस  क़दर  नफरत  हैं  जिन्हे उनका दामन भिगो दिया ,ये क्या किया  हमने सिर्फ  पलभर  की  रौशनी  के  लिए अपने घर को जला दिया ये क्या किया हमने अपने […]

October 19, 2014 · 0 comments · Poetry

She Died; Yet Survived: Remembering Nirbhaya

I feel like saying sorry today, I feel as if I am running away from what I am supposed to do today She was not my sister She was not my lover But I feel as if I am that girl today. She must have cried, but I didn’t stop […]

October 19, 2014 · 13 comments · Poetry

Twisting The Saying Aiyer Style

By Ranjit K. Sahu What began as an illustrious political career for Shri Mani Shankar Aiyer has been gradually turning into a tragedy for both him and the congress party. His personal knowledge not ignored, his recent writings especially on NDTV reflect his adherence to the obsolete concepts that would […]

October 19, 2014 · 1 comment · Articles

Fall 2014

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October 19, 2014 · 0 comments · Thousand Words

Politics of the Peace Prize

By Ranjit K. Sahu Apart from being the only award conferred on the winners in Oslo, the peace prize is perhaps the only one that can be adorned on a person with no scientific or academic output but with significant contribution to the welfare of people and society. It has […]

October 12, 2014 · 3 comments · Articles