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What am I talking about? I speak about the disintegration of the Great Imperial Power into a multi-polar world in the span of just a century, musical zing of bathroom singers to the ultimate composers Shankar Jaikishan, pulling the tail of a tiger from its back to capturing an asteroid into a bag, Zeno's paradox to Cantor's explanation of infinity, and of course, anything beyond. - AKR

Syrian Steam and Syrup

Do you know how Syrian Crisis is linked to the Climate Change? Perhaps, global leaders are struggling to find the reason behind their myopic vision...

Teachings of Terror and Tenuousness

The eve of the Teachers' Day has been painful this year. It is not due to live telecasts and continual media coverage of Indian politicians donning...

Customary Hypocrisy towards Shankar Jaikishan

If you scan through music parlor of today, you will see many music scores of Shankar Jaikishan (SJ) to be branded in the names...

It’s My Alaka: A River That Is Dead Now

When I see the river Alaka these days, I get a testimony that each one has an end. The river, an integral part of...

Calibration of Violence In India

Indian democracy is vibrant with media playing a great role in sensationalising issues that people sitting in front of idiot-box (TV) like. Everybody in...

Gandhi to Leone – India Making Swift Transition

Gandhi to Leone – we have come a long way in a single day. We wave flag with a Gandhi cap during the day,...

Incarnation of Ganesh in Corporate World

I was having chat over tea with my friend. We were in relaxed mood, and were trying to beat hot summer outside hiding in...

Why Turn Indian Coast into Graveyard?

While the debate between two contrasting views of economic development, growth-oriented outlook versus growth with redistribution of wealth, has become a part of our...

Into Future: Data Turn the Gear at CeBIT, Hannover

CeBIT in Hannover has always been special to IT industry and technology-loving people. It’s capacious, and attracts business users and IT professionals alike – a massy...

Spent an Hour with the Legendary Singer Sharda Rajan

I spent an hour with one of the leading female singers of late sixties, Sharda Rajan, at her Mumbai residence interacting about her musical...

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