Month: June 2017


Bharathiyar’s “Freedom”

By N.V.Subbaraman from Chennai, India The great national poet Mahakavi Subrahmanya Bharathiyar had unbounded patriotism, love for the languages-he was a master of eighteen languages it is said and believed- love for the people and their tradition and culture, infectious ‘optimism’ and fearlessness. In this issue, we see his beautiful […]


Saying Good Bye to Climate

By the Editor: Siddharth Sehgal American President Mr. Donald Trump’s rescindment from Paris Climate Accord is like an amusing case of a diabetic old man who is frustrated of his family stopping him from having muffins and he rebels by gorging a kilo of ice-cream and arguing that his two […]


Women In Defence and War

By Hema Ravi In today’s scenario, women seem to rub shoulders with men in most professions right from the educational, finance, medical sector to the armed forces.  While some people are of the opinion that women should not be employed in such hazardous professions owing to hostile conditions, others feel […]