Category: Boosters

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The News Moment and its Political Dimension

    All governments, no matter democratic or dictatorial, want to have their citizens under control. In fact governance also includes the act of controlling those who are being governed. Exercising power was rather easier...






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Chennai Floods: Lessons and Revelations

  Chennai, formerly known better by the name Madras to the world, that has centuries of history and legacy is now making headlines across the international media- a constant for the past few weeks in...






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PM or Tamils: Who is more Tolerant?

Tamils are tolerant enough and did not criticize the Prime Minister Modi in media or public. You may need to understand two events linked with Mr. Modi for understanding this. Scene 1: Visalini – She...






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The Out of Balance Yin-Yang

  Hearing the very name Yin-Yang or looking at a picture of it instantly reminds us of its association with Taoism, one of the oldest religious practices rooted deeply in Chinese philosophy. Some may, of...






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Commoditizing Che

  Iconization of a person is a rare event in human history. Only very few who have walked on this earth have managed to make it. A human being transcends into a superior level through...






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Behind those Sugar Candies

      I hardly play games. Neither my phone nor my computer will become a subject of interest of any kid as they might not find any games in them to get hooked with....






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Facebook and Ego

  The arrival of social networking sites have redesigned human interactions altogether. The way human beings interact and share their ideas and opinions has taken the next stage of social evolution. The social concern and...






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Tamil Nadu Students and their IITJEE Chase

  The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) is the most respected among educational institutions across the country when it comes to science and technology. Educational aspirations of any informed pupil in India would certainly have...






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Roots

Drizzling climate, morning 7 am, I was jogging along with my dad. We saw a distant relative on the way and he was so happy seeing us. He was a schoolmate of my father as...






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Thanks! I had a ‘Tech Free’ Childhood

    Perhaps I’m one of the proud members of the last generation who had had a childhood livelier than anyone of today’s kids. We may speak endlessly in favour of the digital revolution of...