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By Mahesh On 21 Jul, 2016 At 08:07 PM | Categorized As India, India and World | With 0 Comments

A while back  ‘INTOLERANCE’ was a buzz word in India and now I understand what it actually referred to. No, It is not Religion Intolerance that India is suffering from. We, my dear friends, are a Democracy of the Offended. We are Intolerant about almost everything! To absorb something and move on, seems too difficult […]

By Vishaal Bhat On 3 May, 2016 At 08:59 PM | Categorized As Featured, India and World, International Affairs | With 0 Comments

The Democratic Party first emerged in the 1790s under the leadership of Thomas Jefferson. The party was in power during the Great Depression under the leadership of Franklin Roosevelt. Between 1932 and 1968 the Democrats held the presidency for 28 out of 36 years, interrupted only by Eisenhower’s two terms (1952-1960). They also controlled the […]

By Guest Blogger On 13 Feb, 2016 At 07:45 PM | Categorized As Featured, India, India and World | With 0 Comments

Ms. Maneka Gandhi, Union Minister for Women & Child Development in the Government of India as of today, has come up with a completely different opinion on how to prevent female feticide in this country. Brilliant brainwaves as she gets always, this idea is as awesome as the disclaimer she made movie-makers put on the […]

By Guest Blogger On 11 Sep, 2015 At 02:13 PM | Categorized As Featured, India, India and World | With 0 Comments

I am a medical student. I am a postgraduate doctor in Karnataka. I am doing post graduation in ophthalmology (specialty in management of conditions of the eyes) from a reputed institute in India. I am 27 yrs old. I finished my schooling in 2005. That’s right 10 years on and I’m still studying. How many […]

By Guest Blogger On 9 Sep, 2015 At 09:43 PM | Categorized As India, India and World | With 0 Comments

In April this year, Power Minister Piyush Goyal revealed something astonishing: “The sad part is that states are not acquiring or buying power to be able to give their residents uninterrupted power supply,” he told the Lok Sabha. He made the statement after discovering that the previous day (April 29) there was so much surplus […]

By Guest Blogger On 7 Jul, 2015 At 09:59 AM | Categorized As India, India and World | With 0 Comments

India has become one of the major attractions for global investors, especially who wants to invest capital in the real estate sector. India has witnessed a substantial surge in the real estate industry and the financial capital Mumbai is definitely the central point of India’s vast real estate industry. The market and potential for both […]

By Kamal Subudhi On 3 Jul, 2015 At 08:40 PM | Categorized As India, India and World, Lifestyle | With 2 Comments

It hurt! Looking at her hurt! The sacred fire burnt bright golden-yellow and the flames danced merrily. She sat there quietly, beautifully coloured in various hues; of yellow, green and red. The priest monotonously chanted the marriage ‘mantras’ and the various flowers flew into the bride and her groom. The colors were all bright yet […]

By Atreyee On 22 Jun, 2015 At 10:46 AM | Categorized As India, India and World | With 0 Comments

When in Manipal, one of the things I look forward to most is going home. This time around, when news of torrential rains in Mumbai reached me, just the day before my journey, I was perturbed. A few of my friends and well wishers had cautioned me about the train-tracks being flooded and the city […]

By Sravan Chenji On 4 May, 2015 At 07:36 PM | Categorized As India, Thoughts | With 0 Comments

Millions of years in evolution and thousands of years in developing our culture, we have established pretty well that we are far more evolved than any other beings on this planet in every possible way. I agree. But only on a biological level. What did we lose along the way? Common sense. I am not […]

By Guest Blogger On 30 Apr, 2015 At 07:49 AM | Categorized As Featured, India and World, International Affairs | With 0 Comments

Reconserving the Himalayas: http://ketto.org/RecoveringtheHimalayas If you visited Daman village in Nepal even a month back, you would experience breathtaking views, rhododendron forests and tranquility that only the Himalayas can offer. It is like any other village in Nepal- the 110 villagers who live there depend mostly on farming and tourism for their livelihood. After the Nepal Earthquake hit […]

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