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By Anuraag Baishya On 21 Feb, 2015 At 09:24 AM | Categorized As Art and Literature, Poetry, Rambling Thoughts | With 0 Comments

His mind was cultured for vicious activities, His passion criminal perfections and dual identities, His soul lingered on malicious immoralities, His goal to torture and destroy individualities. He stood on the gateway with a loaded gun, He opened the gate just after the setting of the sun. He walked quietly, his target he would stun, […]

By Vinayak Prabhu On 18 Aug, 2013 At 08:21 PM | Categorized As Columns, Rambling Thoughts | With 0 Comments

“Some things in life are worth the weight”, said a great woman. Now, before I tell you who exactly this great woman was, let me share a story with you. This goes 21 years back. It was the night of the first of July, 1992. In a nondescript room of a nondescript maternity ward of […]

By Vinayak Prabhu On 15 Aug, 2013 At 09:54 AM | Categorized As Columns, Rambling Thoughts | With 0 Comments

Since I’ve been very cynical on this forum for a long time I thought I’d share with you some of the things I wish would come true in India. Some would be far fetched, some would be unreasonable, and some are desperately needed to be realized. They’re all arranged in no such order of importance, […]

By Vinayak Prabhu On 7 Feb, 2013 At 07:04 PM | Categorized As Columns, Rambling Thoughts | With 0 Comments

So this is a true story that involves me and my mom. It’s a bit of a long read but it will be worth your while. Yesterday, I came back to my flat after classes and opened the door only to see my mother at the threshold. I was pleasantly surprised. The next few hours […]

By Vinayak Prabhu On 1 Feb, 2013 At 09:35 AM | Categorized As Columns, Featured, Lifestyle, Rambling Thoughts | With 0 Comments

At the start, I wish to make a confession. I am an unabashed Kamal Haasan fan. I mean, who isn’t? Okay, maybe people who haven’t watched his movies aren’t. And such people have probably lived under a rock all these years. Kamal Haasan has had an unbelievably rich and storeyed career in filmdom. He is […]

By Vinayak Prabhu On 3 Sep, 2012 At 09:34 AM | Categorized As Columns, Rambling Thoughts | With 2 Comments

I have a confession to make. I am not really who I seem to be. No, I’m not trying to imply that I’m some secret Government spy or whatever. Just that I’m not what the world considers me to be. And no, I’m perfectly sane, thank you. What I’m trying to say is that I’m […]

By Vinayak Prabhu On 28 Aug, 2012 At 07:41 AM | Categorized As Columns, Rambling Thoughts | With 2 Comments

It’s been three years since I began my life in Manipal. Three whole years. And I just can’t believe that I’ll be passing out in a year’s time. If feels like it was the other day, I happened to be a nervous first year who just wanted my orientation to get over and go explore […]

By Vinayak Prabhu On 14 Jul, 2012 At 04:50 PM | Categorized As Columns, Rambling Thoughts | With 2 Comments

I am shocked. Outraged. Angered. Furious. And you must be wondering why. Well, let me enlighten you. A few days back, reports had emerged in the national media that a girl had been molested, that too in full public view by a group of 30 (The exact number of men varies from channel to channel) […]

By Vinayak Prabhu On 5 May, 2012 At 01:58 PM | Categorized As Columns, Rambling Thoughts | With 2 Comments

May. What a month. It’s the only month of the year which has the most varied amount of perceptions by a vast cross section of youngsters in India. To the average school going student, May is the last month of a summer vacation which ought to be spent having the maximum amount of fun, watching […]

By Vinayak Prabhu On 1 May, 2012 At 07:42 PM | Categorized As Columns, Rambling Thoughts | With 1 Comment

My friends, first, I would like to thank you all for your kind support and encouragement that you have given me in response to my earlier writing endeavors. I have to say that I really didn’t expect such a response to my efforts when I had started out. Now that my sorry excuse of an […]

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