Archive for March, 2015

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पहाड़ों  का  घेराव, नदी का संगीत और वादी का सौंदर्य  आहिस्ता आहिस्ता खो गया रोज़मर्रा के काम और आदतों में शुमार हुआ मेरा सौंदर्य बोध जैसे चैन की नींद  सो गया क़ुदरत  का करिश्मा, तन्हाई  के  अहसास और जज़्बात  की वीरानी से घबरा के, रो गया मेरे फूलों  के भोलेपन […]

March 15, 2015 · 0 comments · Poetry

Ban on Beef: the Relevance for India

By Ranjit K. Sahu There has been a great hue and cry about the recent ban on cow slaughter and beef availability with various organizations raising their voices against it. While protesters have termed the move as against the right of individuals to choose the food they eat and encroachment […]

March 15, 2015 · 4 comments · Articles

PDP and BJP: Marriage of Convenience or Emerging Inconvenience

By The Editor It is said that opposites attract but the political matrimonial of two diametrically opposite organizations is rarely heard. Even before the PDP chief took office, there are bets among people on how long this gastric trouble inducing alliance will last. From unfurling Kashmir’s state flag to exculpating […]

March 15, 2015 · 0 comments · Editorial

Once Upon A Time

A time there was when a king and a queen Lived a happy life amongst the green God blessed them with a bouncy boy Who added extra thrill and joy Soon the passing year rolled by Another bouncy boy arrived As the two together grew There arrived a pretty baby […]

March 8, 2015 · 2 comments · Poetry

Devil’s Advocate

By Sudha Dixit I am, by nature a very gentle person if I say so myself. I am not blowing my own trumpet rather confessing that I am a coward. I can’t kill a mosquito with my hands (clapping & having blood on them). Similarly I cannot step on a […]

March 8, 2015 · 5 comments · Articles

Nirbhaya: India’s Daughter that shook India & Its Sons

By The Editor India’s Daughter, The documentary is being censored by the government for showing the mirror to our society. Though despicable are the comments of the convicts but it is necessary to give the glimpse in the twisted minds of these animals so that our own people can compare […]

March 8, 2015 · 0 comments · Editorial


हरी  पहाड़ियों  से यूँ  घिरी वो वादी थी हवा थी, चांदनी थी और नदी थी मेरी तक़दीर में तारीकियों की घुटन थी और इक वीरानगी थी मन को छलती हुई सुंदरता में, मेरे अहसास पे छाती हुई वो बेखुदी थी वक़्त की हद्द जैसे खो गयी ही साँस रोके हुए […]

March 1, 2015 · 0 comments · Poetry

Tongue and the Sweet Tooth

By Shruti Shrivastava Taking you down memory lane and remembering the days when we were small enough to choose the eatables not by their benefits and calories but by the taste they had us engulfed in. At that point even if your mom had an upper cap of no more […]

March 1, 2015 · 3 comments · Articles

I Deserve a Second Chance

I messed up, yes I did. I know, I was stupid. Let going off my hands, just like the slipping sands. After all making mistakes is too common, didn’t people say ‘To err is human’? Then why ‘people’ give me that glance, that I don’t deserve a second chance? I […]

March 1, 2015 · 1 comment · Poetry

Budget & Bills: Balancing Act of Indian Government

By The Editor  A widely waited budget is out, corporate sector is feeling optimistic, working class wallets may get a little boost in tax deductions, elders were also though of in medical aid & health care expenses so taking in an overall sense it looks good, government is trying to […]

March 1, 2015 · 0 comments · Editorial