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“In spite of the red signal at a traffic junction begging you to stay put until it turns green, you choose to ignore it and speed away on your bike. WHAM!! You almost collide into an elderly person crossing the road and while you’re in a hurry to make a quick getaway, you hear the person muttering something about ‘Lack of Civic Sense among the youth today’. Wait a moment! When did we last hear the word ‘civic sense’? We must have last heard it when the social studies teacher at our school, in her belief that we would be growing up to... Read→

And, it rained!

By Pens Eve On November - 25 - 2010 ADD COMMENTS
The army of clouds! Credits : Pens Eve

Nobel Prize winner for Literature and Poet Laureate Rabindranath Tagore observed, “Clouds come floating into my life, no longer to carry rain or usher storm, but to add colour to my sunset sky.” It’s that time of the year again, when the sun hides behind the clouds, when the wind is not too harsh and the temperatures lower. The taste buds crave things delectable and a kind of sweet languor hangs in the air; ‘tis unlike the lethargy of the summer. After a dry spell of summer when the sun was at its best, the monsoon is now here to announce... Read→

Art attack! Credits: Whacked out Brain

“We have loads to mug up unlike ‘you’ guys who just go to college, paint some strokes and come back,” says Swati Inani (narrowing her eyes), a business management student from Vignan Jyothi Institute of Management. She is probably one amongst many who are under the impression that if one does not study from the books, it’s not necessarily called ‘studying’. “I ask them that if it is so simple, then just come and try!” challenges Afza Tamkanat, a third year art student from Jawaharlal Nehru Architecture and Fine Arts University.... Read→

Ragging the Social and Pyscological Evil of college goers. Credits : Dynamic Warrior

Life of an engineering student starts with one simple question – whether or not to take engineering as a studying option. The only problem which persists along the due course of study is that during all the ruckus and other important things, students forget the sole essence of studying engineering. Mrs. Sheetal Tara, mother of two college going kids shares her part of agony, “Before the admissions there were issues with admissions, counselling, and the availability of seats in the so-called reputed colleges, but once the kids get admissions... Read→

Love! The most powerful emotion! Credits: Mystical Vigilante

Handsome boy meets pretty girl, they fight in the beginning, then gradually, eyes meet and romance blooms, they fall madly in love and decide to get married, and in the end, they finally overcome all obstacles like the rich girl’s disapproving father and the cute boy’s over-possessive mother and live happily ever after! The quintessential Bollywood romantic movie has managed to tug at our heartstrings time and again. Love, the most powerful and passionate of all emotions, has been the cornerstone of many Bollywood films since time immemorial.... Read→

Pappu Pass Ho Gaya? credits:Charan Panchwati

Change! The only thing constant in this world is change. Ever since the big bang, the universe is evolving. And so are the humans. From starting the fire to inventing cryogenic rocket fuel cells, man’s desire for creating a better world around him has kept him on the apex of the ecological pyramid. And it was the will for change that made man evolve, switching from letter to email and moving from telegrams to cell phone. The human race has come a long way absorbing new colors and appreciating new flavors around, and as it moved, there were many... Read→

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