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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, […]

February 23, 2020 · 0 comments · Articles, Latest Post

Why Writing Must Change

By Mark Antony Rossi During the past century nothing that matters in our lives has stayed the same. Transportation. Fashion. Cinema. Radio. Newspapers. Food. Reproduction. Yet there are those in literature who prefer to cling to the past and attempt to judge others by using standards restricted by structural limitations. […]

February 23, 2020 · 0 comments · Articles, Latest Post

A Call for Help

By Lahari Kandamuru Dear Readers, Thank you so much for choosing to read my article. I may not know who you are personally, yet I am grateful. Of late I don’t understand what is happening to me. I am hoping I can reach out to at least one person out […]

February 23, 2020 · 0 comments · Articles, Latest Post

Life is What You Make It

By Lahari Kandamuru What is life? Is it waking up every day and believing you have a purpose? Or is it going on about your day to day tasks and responsibilities? With each of us having many perspectives on what constitutes life, I guess it’s safe to say it’s an […]

February 16, 2020 · 0 comments · Articles

What Do We Care

By Sudha Dixit Most common and typical Indian sentiment is, as long as my interest is looked after “what do I care”. Their selfishness does not allow them to think or see beyond themselves. Modi is working overtime. The agenda is ‘development’. Development does not happen in one day. It […]

February 16, 2020 · 0 comments · Articles

Life Experiences – Immunity Against Diseases

By Hema Ravi ‘While I am talking to you, I have no idea whether I’m infected or not.’ ‘I just want to go back home safely.’   The media reports have been carrying news about the quarantined  cruise ship Diamond Princess, with over 3000 people in it, owing to corona virus […]

February 16, 2020 · 0 comments · Articles

Life Experiences: Friends In Life, For Eternity

By Hema Ravi As soon as I read the news the other day, I called up the celebrity family-friend to congratulate him on his obtaining the ‘Padmashri’ for his lifetime achievements.  A long-awaited, well-deserved recognition for the talented artist whose sketches of Madurai are unparalleled; who, despite losing his eye-sight […]

February 9, 2020 · 0 comments · Articles

Letter From A Stranger

By Lahari Kanadamuru Dear reader, Before anything, please continue if you’re keen about knowing the ‘Struggle’ of a stranger. If in any case, you read through the entire article, can we be Best Friends Forever? Thank you so much. For being curious to read the next line. Though I wasn’t […]

February 9, 2020 · 0 comments · Articles

No Servitude in Sentience

By Mark Antony Rossi Yesterday we thought advanced machines were built for servitude. Today their paid surrogates aggressively advocate for sentience. The day of mechanical malevolence is fast upon us. Artificial intelligence is dreaming of a world without humanity. Sex robots leave factories fulfilling fantasies of perverted people willing to […]

February 2, 2020 · 1 comment · Articles

Voice

By Lahari Kandamuru Is overcoming depression supposed to be this tough? You feel happy, contempt and positive one moment. The next thing you know you suffer from a severe headache trying to figure out why you’re so lonely and depressed. Why does it have to be this way? Why do […]

February 2, 2020 · 1 comment · Articles