Archive for December, 2016

Law & Order in the Context of Elections

By the Editor: Siddharth Sehgal As the parliament goes into its usual paralysis because of inter party bickering, I’d like to draw your attention to a very important and quiet often ignored part that is casually mentioned in the campaigns and forgotten as soon as the elections are over and […]

December 18, 2016 · 0 comments · Editorial

Person of the Week: Jayanthi & Ram Ramanan

Dear Readers, In this interview series where we ask questions to people who are making a difference, it can be big, it can be small, it doesn’t matter, what matters is their contribution to our society. It can be anyone from any walk of life and from any country. Please, do send […]

December 18, 2016 · 1 comment · Week's Person

Human Body Is The Temple Of God

We  are  all  mere  soul, You, I and  they  are Just  playing  a  role Wandering  from  infinity To    infinity In  timeless  zone, Aspiring  to  meet The  higher  entity And  become  whole We  cannot  perform The  assigned  task In  our  fluid  state We  need  a  medium – A  carrier – to  […]

December 18, 2016 · 1 comment · Poetry

Beware of Thrombosis: A Silent but Violent Killer

By Anjali Bhave, Anusha Tembe, Nimish Kadam, Samarth Mishra  Thrombosis (blood clots), can cause a blockage of the blood flow in the blood vessel. Statistics show that more people die from blood clots than breast cancer, AIDS, and accidents and combined! One blood clot is formed every minute, and one patient […]

December 18, 2016 · 9 comments · Articles

What Is Honor

By Mark Antony Rossi What is honor but the innate impulse to do right regardless of fashion or fate. Regardless of fashion or fate. Sadly, this characteristic is found less than a photograph of Bigfoot in your average workplace.      What passes for normalcy these days in the office is petty […]

December 18, 2016 · 0 comments · Articles

Your World

After all the Hi’s and Hello’s every time you saw me, And all the smiles and glances you’ve traded me for free. On that strange thirteenth day of November, I said yes. And all the blind stars in the sky sparkled brightest. You asked for my number for us to […]

December 18, 2016 · 0 comments · Poetry

Indian Periodical 2: Parliamentary Paralysis

December 18, 2016 · 0 comments · Editorial

The Loneliness of Risk

By Mark Antony Rossi  I’ve been a risk-taker all my life. Most times it paid off but when it didn’t the damage was serious and contrary to popular belief time doesn’t heal all wounds. The very reason married people with children become conservative is because they quickly realize risks gone […]

December 11, 2016 · 0 comments · Articles

Something That Counts

The happiness that’s meant for tomorrow is growin’ through the work of today. Work means growth into the unknown. Work, indeed, is the something that counts. Nothin’ is forever that’s not made by love. Nothin’, nothin’, nothin’. Work is true when it comes from the heart. Love is the something […]

December 11, 2016 · 1 comment · Poetry

Here is Valluvar’s Voice

Following is the translation of Thirukkural, a discourse on ethics, its author is Tamil poet and philosopher Thiruvalluvar, who lived around 3rd Century. Its translation and comments are done by N V Subbaraman who lives in Chennai.   Chapter 60 Energy அதிகாரம்  60. ஊக்கமுடைமை (ஊக்கம் உடையவராக இருத்தல்)   Original உடையர் […]

December 11, 2016 · 3 comments · Poetry