Author: Jo

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The Door to Hell in Turkmenistan

  There are some most bizarre events written in the pages of history that remain matchless. Turkmenistan is a small country in the Central Asia and was a part of the then Soviet Russia. The...






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Tamil Youth Uprising – Lessons for Everyone

  The younger generation of Tamilnadu has rewritten the general image of the youth and has accomplished one of the finest youth uprisingin the history of the world. They have rubbished many prejudices about the...






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The Rat Race Loop

    Life is precious. It’s a rare gift. You should strive hard to deserve that gift… Work hard! Earn More! Live Happier! … This might probably be the words of a motivational speaker; a...






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Dangal (2016) — A Wholesome Family Entertainer

Motivating feel good stories always have a universal appeal. They work with the audience is in the psychological level and its impact on them purely depends on the way in which the story is packaged...






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Radio Days

      Music is an integral part of human life.  Music makes our mind light and undoubtedly its one of the best stress busters we’ve got amid us. With the advent of technology the...






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Manufacturing Patriotism

  During the beginning of this month, the Supreme Court’s order making it mandatory to play national anthem in cinema halls across the nation has initiated ( or should we have to say rekindled) the...






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Capitalizing on Patriotism

    It’s almost going to be a month since our Prime Minister of India, announced demonetization of high value currencies. Majority of the popular media hailed it as the surgical strike on black money...