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Malnutrition: A Serious Issue

By Tripati Khura India is growing day by day financially, GDP rate is growing rapidly, yet still it is suffering in malnutrition. Because of malnutrition Infant Mortality Rate and Mother Mortality Rate has not been reduced. Apart from this in India most people go hungry due to not having appropriate […]

December 30, 2018 · 1 comment · Articles

Stephen Gill Pens Poetry For Personal Therapy

By Dr. Aksa Rao About 300 years before Christ, Aristotle describes catharsis in his Poetics to show the impact of true tragedy on the audience. In the nineteenth century, Josef Breuer, the companion of Sigmund Freud, was the first to use Aristotelian concept in the realm of psychology. One template […]

December 23, 2018 · 1 comment · Articles

Bamboo – The poor Man’s Green Gold

By Ravi S. Behera and  Ranjit K. Sahu Bamboo belonging to the grass family perfectly suited fro agroforestry purpose in areas needing environmental reclamation and is a nonmember forest product. In India, bamboo, is traditionally considered the Poor man’s wood or  Green Gold. It is being considered as a major export […]

December 16, 2018 · 2 comments · Articles

Retaining Your Soul in an Era of Betrayal

By Mark Antony Rossi Without constant vigilance it’s possible even by accident to let go a fragment piece of your soul to the vultures of office politics. Many have fallen victim to this unfortunate trap. Good people usually don’t watch every angle, weigh every word, want every action to mean […]

December 8, 2018 · 3 comments · Articles

Writers Have a Duty to Help Other Writers

By Mark Antony Rossi This one’s been sitting on my chest for quite some time. Unlike most people I practice exactly what I preach. Writers have a duty to help other writers. I always do in myriad ways. You should as well. As writers if you write about your crappy […]

December 2, 2018 · 0 comments · Articles

Achieving Greatness

By Snigdha Jain Ever wondered what makes some people different from you. Why some people are famous, great or legends, I mean it’s not like that only a handful people in the world have talents or the brains to use them. Then why is it that only a handful of […]

November 25, 2018 · 3 comments · Articles

A Festival of Boats: Implications for the Modern World

By Ranjit K. Sahu Most festivals in the world as in India, are connected with religious and cultural events. Then there are festivals associated with the practices of agriculture and other activities of indigenous communities, celebrating the events in tune with the natural seasonal cycle such as Purim  in Israel […]

November 25, 2018 · 0 comments · Articles

Democratic India

By Shobha Diwakar Our India, your India, my India in fact, everyone’s India, the land once flowing with milk and honey but which history records was looted, looted and looted over and over again, not only by the East India Company, but prior to them by many other predators. Yes, that […]

November 18, 2018 · 0 comments · Articles

Whether People

By Mark Antony Rossi I’m a veteran working on Veteran’s Day and it’s raining on my head. That’s not a figure of speech. It’s actually raining on my head. Five hours earlier than announced on the weather report. Thanks weather people, you rank right up there with politicians and used […]

November 18, 2018 · 1 comment · Articles

Gray Area Thoughts

By Mark Antony Rossi Is it possible to have faith and doubt coexisting in the same space and time? To the legalists in our midst they call this confusing even immature. The literal-minded cannot handle complexity they expect straight lines as if Life is an Art class. Life does not […]

November 11, 2018 · 0 comments · Articles