Saturday, 30 September 2017

And who cares for us? Pro and Anti Indians listen carefully!

Too much of politics seems to have destroyed the great 'patriotic notions' that we used to have before the independence. We have divided ourselves into so many sections - there are some people who are in the so-called 'intellectual section' who think that all others are deprived of 'good' and 'worthy thinking' and there are some people in the so-called 'pro-India' section who think that all others think against the nation. And there are some people still in between, unable to make their decisions whether to go and mix with this group of that one. For those who are in-between and for those who are in either of the groups, I do have some questions to ask. And I will surely ask as India is my country too as much as this is theirs. 

Monday, 11 September 2017

With You; Without You to be Launched Soon!

Prabhat Ranjan has made his debut in the world of writing with his remarkable Hindi novel With You; Without You. The book will be available in the online stores and all major book stores very soon. While the author is very enthusiastic about the book, the same enthusiasm can be seen in the readers when they communicate with the author through his official social media pages or the website. Before the book is launched and you read this book, we have decided to give you an advanced preview of the content you will getting in the book so that you can anticipate what you would be getting to read by the newcomer author Prabhat Ranjan. Not only this novel, his second novel Priyanka - A Pakistani Girl is also complete and will be in the market after some time. 

Tuesday, 5 September 2017

Can we ever forget our teachers? Writes Alok Mishra on Teachers' Day

I Still remember my first day in the school. It was the occasion of Saraswati Puja. (Those who don't know about Goddess Saraswati can understand her by understanding her Roman counterpart Minerva.) I was five years old and after the puja, I was told to hold the chalk and the same was held by the teacher, my first principal - Raghuvir sir. I wrote the numbers from 1 to 10 in Devnagiri script on the slate and believe me, I was the happiest guy in the school at that time. There was a feeling of accomplishment. I was finally admitted in the school and I could continue as a student, finally! I owe my gratitude for Raghuvir sir, and I will always do. Can we ever forget our first formal teacher?