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The Bliss of Being an Angel – Part – II

The old man stood up by himself and dusted his cloths. He went near one of the bucket that had water and drank some water. “ I’m Abbas Ali living nearby son”, he told. Making...






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The Bliss of Being an Angel – Part – I

It was a remote deserted road in the outskirts of war torn Baghdad. Jones Patterson, a 23 year old US soldier was in charge of patrol that day. Not being a war veteran, a man...






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High on the Heels

Wearing high heeled footwear is a style statement for women. The west is more ‘high heel crazy’ than the east. On the health ground we are warned from time to time that using high heel...






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The Malala Magic – Part – II

In the following summer, the documentary made about her, in the backdrop of the Second battle of Swat, by the New York Times, turned the limelight over the one of the youngest activist the world...






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The Malala Magic – Part – I

A teenager from Pakistan would have never imagined celebrating her birthday in New York. Neither did Malala Yousafzai. Not in her wildest dreams. Malala was born in the town of Mingora, of the remote North...






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The Day a Dad was Born – Part – II

On the night of June 11th, I was woken up by a midnight call from my aunt bearing the news about the decision of having the kid by operation. The drowsiness in the eyes had...






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The Day a Dad was Born – Part – I

The perception of parenthood by the – to be- mom and dad do not kick up with the same intensity, at the same time. A woman starts to feel the mother in her, as soon...






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Make a nice day

Every new dawn promises a new day. None of us wants our days to turn bad. While I was a student, we had a controller of examination, a man who never says good morning or...






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Muybridge’s Running Horse

Edward Muybridge (1830-1904), a British born photographer, happens to be an unavoidable pioneer down the line, while tracing the history of Cinema. Today he is remembered for his contributory works on the studies of motion...






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‘Save’ Rupee !

The value of the Indian national currency, the Rupee, is shockingly weakening sending nightmares across the sub continent. The current trend of the depreciation of money value is very unhealthy.  Around the summer the value...