Career Moms Feminism Life Love Mothers Day

A Tribute to the Symbol of Sacrifice, Hope and Comfort

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Post Views: 6 Our Mother’s Week celebrations continue as Ganesh Subramanian talks how God by his creation of mommies made sure his presence ain’t compulsory everywhere. Read on the wonderful article.  It is said that God cannot be everywhere to help everyone and that is why he sent mothers to earth. How true is this adage even today! From Bollywood’s legendary exchange between Shashi Kapoor and Amitabh Bachchan, where Shashi Kapoor says, “Mere pass maa

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Book Culture Literature Love

Oh Mr. Darcy!

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Post Views: 0 Jane Austen’s celebrated novel, Pride and Prejudice, completed 200 years in 2013. On this event, Sampurna Majumder pays her homage to the extremely disagreeable but irresistibly handsome Mr. Darcy – the man who’s appeal years could not take away!   Last night I was watching the screen adaptation of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. Almost every sentence of the book had been adopted. I was relieving every bit of the pages from of the

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Cricket Entertainment IPL Opinion Sports

Why CSK Look Good To Win IPL6

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Post Views: 2 As I write this one, CSK are joint top of the points table alongside Rajasthan Royals, a team which just broke some over confidence that might have set in the yellow brigade. For me this loss comes at the right time. It will help the team get back to the drawing board with a few concerns after the easy victories that came their way off late. They also lead the fairplay awards

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Career Moms Feminism Life Love Mothers Day

God Gave A Blessing Called MOTHER

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Post Views: 7   The hand that rocks the cradle rules the world -William Ross Wallace Over the 2 years of motherhood that I have enjoyed, I have really felt one can’t be a good mom unless and until she yells and shouts and sometimes raises her hand at the kid. I hated this when my mom did that to me and envied my sister since as elder one I had to take her quota

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Bollywood Entertainment Friendship Generation Y Hollywood Movie Review Movies Music

Go Goa Gone: Review

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Post Views: 4 It doesn’t take too much to excite some one of a movie with the title having the 3 magical letters of Goa in it. To add to that in the trailer, you wacky hummable music, Zombie plot., 3 guys having bachelor fun in Goa, one new chick as part of the cast, and this is just the tip of the iceberg, since you’ve seen the trailer The movie remains very focused on

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Career Moms Happiness Life

What Has Science Taught us About Happiness

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Post Views: 0 “The science of a meaningful life’ has exploded over the past 10 years, with many more studies published each year on gratitude, mindfulness, and other core themes than we saw a decade ago” say Jason Marsh, Lauren Klein and Jeremy Adam Smith in their article: 10 Things Science Taught Us About Happiness in 2012. (http://www.yesmagazine.org/happiness/10-things-science-taught-us-about-happiness-in-2012) Three of the findings on living a meaningful life are: Happiness is about RESPECT, not riches Research suggests that money

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Book Entertainment Friendship Generation Y Love Love In The Times Of Recession Romance

Love in the Times of Recession – Chapter 3 – Blink

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Post Views: 4   The first week of October also saw a new batch of students entering the campus. They came in as a whiff of fresh air for the students of Batch 5, who were facing many a turmoil due to recession in the markets. Many new girls caught the eyes of the boys who were in their best behavior and clothes. An informal ice-breaking session was conducted in the first weekend, to get

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Culture India Indian Culture Indian Travel Life Mahakumbh Mela Religion Tour Travel

Colours of the Maha Kumbh Mela 2013 Highlighted by the Nagababas – Part 1

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Post Views: 31 Walking without a destination in mind, is perhaps the best way to enjoy a journey, where you lap up every experience that comes your way, without assigning relative scales to weighing them. The walk in the Kumbh Mela area is one such experience. Even if you aim to keep a destination in mind, the Kumbh Area ends up being so vast, with the constant on-the-move sea of humanity, that you invariably end

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Delhi/NCR India Life Rape

A Pleasant Evening…An Unpleasant Discussion

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Post Views: 10   Delhi. A breezy February evening. The cold has subsided a bit, yet the chill in the air remains… …Three girls in their hostel room. Sitting in a circle. Comfortable and cozy, each of them covering their legs with a part of a duvet. Sipping tea and chatting about the hunk next door. Jokes and loud laughter fills the air. Suddenly the light-hearted chit-chat gears into a serious discussion. About the increasing

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Education Environment Globalisation Opinion World

Globalisation and the Role of the Urban -2

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Post Views: 0 In the second part of Globalisation and the Role of the Urban, Malathy Madathilezham will dwell on Saskia Sassen’s concept of the change in the role of the nation state and the growing importance of cities in the era of globalisation. Saskia Sassen is a Dutch-American sociologist noted for her analyses of globalization and international human migration. She currently is Robert S. Lynd Professor of Sociology at Columbia University and Centennial visiting

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