Archive for: June 2015

The Question

You know how the subconscious always comes up with all your hidden doubts and fears only when you are about to fall asleep? Sometimes, I stay awake. Looking for something, an answer, a person, a direction in life. And then I hear that question, sometimes like a distant sound and the other times a rock solid question. “What are you looking for?” Honestly, I do not know. I am so indecisive in life and I am sure most of you all can relate to me. I see my friends pursuing engineering, medical, law. And then I see myself staring, perplexed, at the masses, not knowing a tad bit of what to do. Continue Reading..


Sudeshna Chanda
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Sudeshna Chanda

Dawn of the Doctor & Engineer

Why is India failing to understand the vitality of Social and Pure Sciences? Why do people believe in these areas of study being unimportant? Is India stuck in this growing orbit of engineering and medical study dominance? The author puts across the fabricated suppositions that parents and students are weighed down by and most importantly that has discouraged scores of students from chasing their passion.

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madhuvanti srinivasan
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madhuvanti srinivasan

BANG-ed up!

On the 10th anniversary of their famous win over Australia in Cardiff, Bangladesh defeated the Indian team in Mirpur. Nineteen-year-old debutant Mustafizur Rahman became the second Bangladeshi bowler after Taskin Ahmed to take five wickets on debut. His performance came after a rapid 102-run opening stand between Tamim Iqbal and Soumya Sarkar which laid the platform for Bangladesh’s 307. This was their highest ODI score against India. Continue Reading..


Tarun Srikanth
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Tarun Srikanth