By Mark Antony Rossi I don’t write this to defend something. Because I strongly believe it doesn’t need a defense. I’ve been an adherent of electronic publishing (eBooks) since 1999. Once I saw there was a valid avenue to contain my writing and deliver it to people —I was convinced […]

August 26, 2018 · 0 comments · Articles

Sustainable Urbanisation of the Indian Himalayan Region

By Krittika Uniyal A large fraction of the mountain communities across the world live in villages with living arrangements still encompassing subsistence agribusiness and pastoralism. The Himalayan region isn’t absolved from this worldwide livelihood pattern. The Himalayas are a home to numerous indigenous ethnic communities whose subsistence to a great […]

August 26, 2018 · 1 comment · Articles

Hells Of Our Own Making

By Mark Antony Rossi We are in Hells of our own making. This does not absolve the oppressor in our midst. However; it explains that our choices bring harm to our lives. Therefore, part of our anger should be directed at the mirror. But instead we help the darkness by […]

August 19, 2018 · 3 comments · Articles

Hang the Yes Men

By Mark Antony Rossi From Adolph Hitler down to the soulless corporate executive they all have one thing in common: they need help to carry out their nefarious agenda. And who is it you ask helps these monsters with mechanical innards? Not the brilliant scientists or financial tycoons or even […]

August 12, 2018 · 4 comments · Articles

Bonnie Bernstein’s Experience with Thrombosis

By Anusha Tembe, Divya Joshi, Prasad Shetye, The GTF Group Introduction We are volunteers for Georgia Thrombosis Forum, a nonprofit organization dedicated to spreading awareness of thrombosis. At the tenth anniversary of NATF in 2016, some of our members met Ms. Bernstein, who had suffered from some serious thrombotic episodes. […]

August 12, 2018 · 2 comments · Articles

Mushroom: Sprouting Sustainability in Adversity

By Ravi Shankar Behera, Kari Jackson and Ranjit K. Sahu Increased demand for food production has been leading to loss of wild habitats. Similarly, over harvesting of forest products has been having a detrimental effect on the environment. Mushrooms, traditionally gathered from the wild are usually seasonal.  A major source of […]

August 12, 2018 · 1 comment · Articles

MH370 Mystery: Searching the Ocean around Maldives and Exploring the Stealthy Areas!

By Jawad Akram With the release of official report of MH370 Mystery, last week, nothing conclusive came except the dark night, for the families of 239 aboard, further drags on with no end in sight. It just stated a theory of manual manipulation of controls and turning around the airplane. […]

August 12, 2018 · 3 comments · Articles

Rape In Bihar

By Sudha Dixit Against the noble opinions of so-called humanitarians, I always upheld death penalty for rapists. Rape cannot be  and  is not done by a normal person. I am, here, not talking about consensual  incidents . Rape is forced, brutal and unwanted. It is done by a pervert. It […]

August 5, 2018 · 3 comments · Articles

Shadows and Influences

By Mark Antony Rossi One of the most critical things I learned from reviewing albums of musical groups is how much they borrow from artistic generation before them. This observation is not a negative mark on their process but rather an acceptance that originality is not born apart from reverence […]

August 5, 2018 · 2 comments · Articles

False Gods

By Mark Antony Rossi False Gods. They beckon broken promises. Our modern lives are littered with their presence. Marketing mavens manipulate human insecurities and promote the false gods of toothpaste, makeup and medicine. They loudly proclaim will mitigate the menace of reality. They don’t. The history of Man is one […]

July 29, 2018 · 3 comments · Articles