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A Woodcutter

By Navneet Bakshi / August 15, 2021

A Woodcutter I think I started writing the story about him many times but I can’t find anything in the old files. But it is filed there in my mind with indelible ink. It won’t go unless I lose my mind to Alzheimer’s. Dementia is setting in in my old brain. I forget things or…

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A Black Dog

By Navneet Bakshi / August 10, 2021

A Black Dog, Mummy, Dinoo ko kale kutte ne kaat liya ‘Mummy, the black dog has bitten Dinoo’, I said. She drew me close and putting her hand on my head and showing great interest in the news that I delivered said, “Be careful of the dogs in these dog days.” What are dog days?…

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Ancient Hindu Culture in Bali (Indonesia) Cambodia and Thailand

By Suresh Rao / July 22, 2021

Exotic Bali islands of Southeast Asia are part of Indonesia and the westernmost of the lesser Sunda Islands. Bali can be located east of Java and west of Lombok; Bali province of Indonesia includes the island of Bali and a few smaller neighbouring islands, notably Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan, and Nusa Ceningan. Look for Bali,…

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Jeff Bezos… world’s richest man… his entrepreneurship and new expedition

By Suresh Rao / July 21, 2021

Jeffrey Preston Bezos is an American business magnate, media proprietor, and investor. Bezos is the founder and executive chairman of Amazon, having previously served as chairman, president and CEO of the company. With a net worth of more than $200 billion as of June 2021, he is the richest person in the world according to…

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About Kainths And Kheeras

By Navneet Bakshi / July 18, 2021

…..this post is in continuation of the post titles “Walking To The School” Nettles- Stinging Plant I remember one tree on this path somewhere further up from the point where the stairs leading to the police lines joined it. It was a Kainth tree. I am sure, even today the advanced Google search engines can’t…

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Walking To The School

By Navneet Bakshi / July 18, 2021

  Many times, I have thought of writing about the Bazaar, I crossed every day on my way to school and while coming back from it in the evening. As up to the 3rd standard, I attended Lady Irwin School, which lay in the opposite direction to where D.A.V., the senior school that I attended…

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Mexico makes a super car

By Suresh Rao / July 12, 2021

WORLD AWAITS THOSE WHO CAN USE IMAGINATION AND  TECHNOLOGY AROUND TO CREATE The jobs of the future will be driven by technology and innovation—65 per cent of children entering primary school today will enter a new world of jobs that do not yet exist. We need to create excitement about the future and have open…

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Farts, Varts and Funny Sounds- Remembering Childhood

By Navneet Bakshi / July 7, 2021

Farts, Varts and Funny Sounds The simplest sound can be made by snapping your fingers but you can make funnier sounds in many ways. All this needs a lot of practice and causes much irritation to fellow inhabitants of the house. I learnt some but my achievements as always were ordinary and frankly I could…

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Wooing Geeta…Part 2

By Navneet Bakshi / June 19, 2021

                                                                                ***********WOOING GEETA- PART 2********** Before I could open my heart to Geeta, her father got transferred to Amritsar. They went away with all their belongings leaving behind with me my longings. She took with her my little ‘bleating’ heart. What was left with me was a big void where the heart used to be.…

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उद्यान के मालिक

By Charumati Ramdas / June 18, 2021

लेखक: सिर्गेइ नोसव अनुवाद: आ. चारुमति रामदास उद्यान के मालिक “और, ऐसा लगता है कि कल ही शाम को मैं इन कुंजों में टहल रहा था…”   रात, गर्माहट भरी, श्वेत रात नहीं, अगस्त वाली रात. आख़िरी (शायद, आख़िरी) ट्राम. हम खाली कम्पार्टमेंट से बाहर आते हैं, सुनसान सादोवाया पर चल पड़ते हैं, हम दोनों…

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