Monthly Archives: July 2014

Sometimes…

Sometimes in life you meet people who start living in your heart, but give you no place in theirs. And though you tell yourself that time will heal and seal all damage, this is simply a far cry from reality. … Continue reading

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Do you like to read?

Very few like to read. This fact came hard-hitting to me, as I showed my magazine to the tenth person that day. I had been featured on the cover, and the magazine carried my story, and though everyone talked about … Continue reading

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Keeping the Classic Alive: IVL Sastry

Indrakanti Venkata Lakshmana Sastry is a man of contradictions. Though short in height, he stands tall in the world of Carnatic classical music and though mild spoken, he is the firebrand personality who single-handedly took the Visakhapatnam culture of classical … Continue reading

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tete a tete with the author of Sita’s Curse

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People who inspire: Rabindra Nath Tagore

‘Where the mind is without fear, and the head is held high’. It was but the great Rabindra Nath Tagore who led us into the heaven of freedom with his powerful words. Penned before India’s independence, this poem continues to … Continue reading

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When the smartphone is smart, but the user isn’t!!

Smartphones are the in things. If you don’t have one, then you’re old-fashioned, fuddy-duddy, boring, perhaps jobless. But in the entire generation of 30 somethings and above, there’s a segment (I hope) that have these smartphones, but little idea on … Continue reading

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