Title: ANIMAL FARM Author: George Orwell Published: 1945 Pages: 104 Publisher: Penguin India; I read Fourth edition. Genre: Satire, Political satire Animal Farm is a book that will stay relevant for ages to come. It makes me wonder how George Orwell could see through human layers. If only I can get a chance to meet … Continue reading ANIMAL FARM
Under a clear sky amidst fresh air , Take me there Where life's bare, Words are the poem of human mind, Relief is all but a beautiful smile, Where they celebrate the brave, Admire the timid hearts that came out of the shell, The days are enough to talk, And nights end with a long … Continue reading Take me there
I don't know much about the world and world Politics, but what is happening in Syria is saddening. I know it is easy to shout your opinion from behind a computer screen, but I can't help it. After watching a video by BBC on Facebook , where many orphan children are asking us people living … Continue reading A World in War
Dear Trollers, I would like to take this opportunity to thank you guys from the bottom of my heart. For all the edited pictures, Instagram accounts, dedicated twitter accounts and Facebook pages that add charm to the life of a common man and women of course.I wonder how Facebook or whatsApp would have survived … Continue reading An Open Letter to Trollers
As a kid I fascinated this world. Having been brought up in a country side where you are always close to nature and amicable surrounding, I used to wonder what it’s like living in a city. Do people feel giddy living in those multistory buildings? How do people interact? I wondered there must be no … Continue reading “World needs humanity most of all”
we the people of 21st century. we the people proud owner of technology. We the people who believe in voicing our opinion. We the people who believe in equality. We the generation of open minds. we the generation of change. we the generation of peace. We the generation in race. Are we , Really? This … Continue reading Women- An Analysis
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- You’re a single woman on a business trip. At the end of a long day of meetings, you go to the hotel bar to unwind and order a cocktail. There’s a handsome stranger sitting nearby who buys you your next drink. The next thing you know, you wake up back in your hotel room, naked in an ice-filled bathtub. In horror, you touch your back, fearful that your kidneys had been removed while you were unconscious. Luckily they weren’t, but while you were sleeping your state representative signed a bill that drastically reduced women’s reproductive rights.
- You’re a teenage babysitter taking care of the kids down the street. After they have been tucked into bed, you receive a call on the main house line asking if you’ve checked on the children. In a panic, you peek into their bedrooms but they are peacefully asleep. You brush it off as a…
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India a nation with 7 billion people out of which 356 million is youth population(between the age group of 10-24). With so much young energy India can transform overnight but it won't . The youth is vital to any nation's economy and progress. The new ideas , the new ways , the new revolution it … Continue reading In My Opinion: Why can’t India be a superpower
Title: The perks of Being a wallflower Author: Stephen Chbosky Published: 1999 Pages: 224(paperback) Publisher: Pocket Books Genre: Young Adult This is a book about a shy boy Charlie and the world around him. The whole book is written from his perspective in a series of letters to a friend which I think might be … Continue reading The perks of Being a wallflower
A child’s eyes are full of dreams. As he grows up expectations, demands, people, surrounding all of it start to take a toll on him. He forgets how it felt when he won his first race because he wanted to. Now he is breathing when he is asked to, walking when others need him to. … Continue reading LIVE LIFE ON YOUR TERMS