BRAHMAHATYA: by Rajiv Mittal Complicated yet integrated characters, a skilfully created sequence of inevitable events and a thick suspense plentifully fed by a revengeful, murderous intent,
A humble tribute to my favorite ghazal singer #JagjitSingh, on his birthday today.
I have no idea what to write as introduction for Beloo Mehra, honestly. No matter what I write, it would still feel pathetically inadequate. But
My first ever cookbook was written by the queen of cookbooks- Tarla Dalal. Those years, hers were the only dependable cookbooks. She made everything seem
Lal Bahadur Shastri was diminutive and soft- spoken, made spectacular by his impeccable integrity.
I have had a very happy day today, getting inspired. On 13th July 2013 as India slept, a few tribal girls from the state of
I love the English language unabashedly, almost as much as I love my mother tongue, Hindi. I think as fluently in English as I do
“My my! Someone’s looking like thunder today? What happened Amrita?” Runoo Mosi’s (Mosi: Mother’s sister, aunt. Forming bonds with people one is not related to
Nearly eight years ago I attended a seminar on non-conventional, renewable energy sources. The tagline of the seminar was Clean Green Sustainable. Whenever I have
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