Death and the Living
Miscellaneous

Death Of A Student

Are they forgotten so soon? Someone died yesterday. A student of MIT; a final year student of Printing Technology branch. The notice came in the morning lecture hours, and there was a service at 10.15 am in the MIT Quadrangle.

Miscellaneous

In Rome Do as Indians Do!

http://www.yoga-geek.com/ Some times idioms can be so misleading. “ When In Rome , do as Romans do.” So Wrong. Wherever we go, we shall always be Indians. If you introduce yourself in the West as an Indian, be warned. You

Miscellaneous

The School Boy’s Bag

My school days are over; grim old age now holds me as his victim. Long since feeling assured that my studies had been prosecuted far enough, I gave up the  idea of ever again commencing school; yet with what extreme

Art & Literature

Beneath the Surface

To define what good is, one must first know what bad is. And the same is true vice-versa. Let us assume that drinking beer is good for one’s health. We have now, in the back of our minds, a memory

Miscellaneous

Tender Cuisine, tough job

The college cafeteria is very much like a whipping boy. Whenever anything goes wrong, the cafeteria comes under attack, and for a variety of reasons. Students find that complaints about food are well received by their fellows. Many a would-be

Miscellaneous

Country of Haters

 Men of words and fair deeds, far and near they do exist, just like your fear hiding behind masks of anonymity you might find some in your proximity ready to die, they don’t just live to exist anything inhumane and

Miscellaneous

The Festival Of Lights

It had been a promising start to a much-anticipated day. The sun rose, bright and beautiful, amidst a clear, cloudless sky. The multitude of Ayodhya had awoken before daybreak, to prepare themselves and the city for the arrival of their

Art & Literature

What Shall I Write?

It is midnight. The lamp burns with intensity, surrounding objects transform themselves into vague and misty shapes, and the oppressive stillness in the air seems almost unbearable. In vain the weary student endeavors to bring some order out of the