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The race for a vaccine

By Prasad Ganti / August 11, 2020

This is my fifth blog on the topic of Coronavirus. The microorganism has been severely disrupting the activities of mankind for over six months now. What was thought to be a ninety minute soccer match turned into a T20 cricket match, then to a one day cricket match and now to a five day test…

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Girls on scooters whiz across

By Rama Kashyap / August 10, 2020

Corona and the subsequent lockdown has overwhelmed our psyche changing the narrative altogether. But away from the virus and the pandemic , let me recall the happy times . Scores of girls speeding on their scooters is a common sight in urban India today. Perched smartly on their two wheelers, confidently negotiating chaotic traffic on…

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Hinduism is a Way of Life

By Subramanian Thalayur Ratnam / August 9, 2020

  Very Interesting facts! Christianity ….One Christ, One Bible Religion… But the Latin Catholic will not enter Syrian Catholic Church. These two will not enter Marthoma Church . These three will not enter Pentecost Church . These four will not enter Salvation Army Church. These five will no enter Seventh Day Adventist Church . These…

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Hindostaan Hamara

By Navneet Bakshi / August 8, 2020

My father used to sing this couplet Na sambhloge to mitt jaoge ai hindostaan walo Tumhari dastan tak bhi na hogi dastaanon mein Watan Ki Fikar Kar Nadan! Musibat Ane Wali Hai Teri Barbadiyon Ke Mashware Hain Asmanon Mein ( Be watchful, lest you get wiped out- O Indians Your story won’t even be there…

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India mentions D-Company in Pak terrorism on India soil

By Suresh Rao / August 7, 2020

India put international spotlight on Pakistan’s continued patronage to terrorism and terrorist organizations with a special mention to the D-Company– headed by Mumbai blast accused Dawood Ibrahim—during a debate at the United Nations Security Council on Wednesday. More on this@

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Service to the Society

By Subramanian Thalayur Ratnam / August 7, 2020

Time and again the world moves on by the contributions by noble services. Here we have to acknowledge & highlight them for helping the poor.  Hundreds of billionaires pledged to give their fortunes away through Warren Buffett and Bill Gates’ Giving Pledge, but very little money may be actually helping people, according to a new…

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Our Trip to Bahamas

By Suresh Rao / August 3, 2020

My two sons had completed their college education that year and had found their niche careers; things were looking good on the home front. For the first time in decades the four of us in my immediate family were under one roof! Not for long though, since  both sons would leave home soon, one in…

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Perfect Nonsense!

By Suresh Rao / August 3, 2020

I had a ringside seat to witness this rib-tickling modern english play staged in Bengaluru.  Selected episodes from the 2001 PGW-paperback ‘Jeeves & Wooster Omnibus’ were staged at the St Johns National Academy auditorium located in John Nagar, Bengaluru. ‘Perfect Nonsense’ began  with an episode in which Bertie Wooster wants to do a favour to…

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By Ushasurya / July 27, 2020

REALITIES….. Divya came out of the Art Gallery and paused near the flight of steps for a while. Not that she wanted to go back and have a look at the exhibits again. No way, she said to herself.She started walking towards home. It was well past noon and there was no sun in the…

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Lessons for Humanity

By Prasad Ganti / July 12, 2020

This is my fourth blog on this topic of Coronavirus. The virus is still ruling the world even after four months. Lot is being written about it in the media, including social media.  This is the single most important milestone not only in our lives today but in the history of mankind. Clearly the most…

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