During this Chennai Floods, this lady never slept so that she and her team could help the flood victims. And then, she and her team cooked and sent 2 lakh (2,00,000) food packets in four days from RSS Narada Gana … Continue reading This Happens Only In India
Attracting teenagers for marketing products is not everyone’s cup of tea. Teens can be considered to be the toughest demographic to market to. Reaching them is both challenging and unpredictable. It depends a lot on what you’re trying to sell and if they are interested in your product. Once you get hold of their attention, you may Continue reading “Attracting The Teenager’s Mind”
“Sometimes the smallest things take up the most room in our hearts.”
A baby girl is one of the most beautiful miracles in life, one of the greatest joys you can ever feel, and one of the reasons why there is a little extra sunshine, laughter and happiness in your world today. I realized this when I was gifted with a cute, little, tiny cousin named “Cherry”. True to her name, she is indeed a lively cherry, bringing a delight and awe to everyone Continue reading “The Sweetest “Cherry” You’ll Ever Find”
These 12 “exclusive” pictures from Facebook are sure to make your day. Facebook can be funny at times. It can be a place where people can feel “incomplete” with 20 others, post pictures of a “second honeymoon” or a selfie with the dead. Now, have a look at these pictures. You may discover things that you never knew before: Continue reading “12 “Exclusive” Pictures From Facebook”
Hello Indians! Got the news? Rajasthan government has just raised the percentage of reservation to 68%. While you might be rejoicing, let me remind you that it’s no big deal as Tamil Nadu already has 69% of reservations today.
With many communities coming out to demand a backward status for them, we can now dream of a developed India with the most number of backward people. Would it not be noteworthy if India develops into a superpower in Continue reading “Let’s Have Even More Reservations!”
It’s been more than a year since the University has been providing free Wi-Fi to its hostels. We students, as hostel boarders, feel proud of the fact that we are enjoying such premium services every day. But, nothing is perfect and likewise, our Wi-Fi is no exception. We are provided “24X7 Free Wi-Fi” throughout the year, only except the following cases:
1. Most Sundays:
Yeah, we’re not provided Wi-Fi on most of the Sundays. Because, students are probably meant to stay in their hostels on Sundays and read their textbooks and notes without any distractions like the Internet. Continue reading “Lucky Enough To Get 24×7 Free Wi-Fi?”
Today while browsing the net, I came up on a picture which conveyed something very deep. In this world of materialistic desires, all we want is more and more. Yet, there are people out there who have far less Continue reading “Are We Ever Satisfied?”
Life is great without Facebook. I have a personal experience regarding that. I decided to quit Facebook after I realised that it was Facebook who was using me rather than the other way round. It’s been over six months since I deactivated my Facebook account. Initially I was a bit sceptical about taking that step as I found it difficult, scratching my brains to figure Continue reading “Life Without Facebook: 10 Points”
It is an open secret that newspapers are in dilemma in this digital age. Readership has declined and so has circulation. If the global scenario is to be observed, it is seen that hundreds of newspapers have closed down and many have gone bankrupt due to numerous ominous circumstances like deficiency of readership, lack of good journalists and staff, poor revenue generation etc. More and more newspapers are switching to digital versions which seem to be the new apple pie for the young generation today. Continue reading “Newspapers: The Next Endangered Species?”
India lost a gem on the 27th of July, 2015, with the passing away of Dr. Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam. Here is a compilation of eight stories and incidents, including my personal experience, which gives a glimpse of his benevolence and his impeccable character: Continue reading “8 True Stories Of The Benevolent Dr. Abdul Kalam”
The news of the death of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam came as a shock to every Indian today. I could not believe the news for a long time and prayed it to be a hoax. But my prayers were never answered and I realised, that great man was no more.
As I sat back and thought about Dr. Kalam, I recollected something that he said during one of his student interaction programmes. It was 2nd February, 2011 and he was at Gauhati University to deliver the ‘V. Venkata Rao Memorial Lecture’. Anyone who has attended his student interaction programmes knows about the ‘Questioning and Interactive Session’ that he holds after delivering his lecture, every time. Students were asked to put forward questions to Dr. Kalam, which he would answer after his lecture. I and my friends jotted down a few questions, which were answered very briefly and crisply, leaving no further doubt. It was during that session when someone from the crowd stood up and asked him something like “How to be the second Abdul Kalam?”.
Continue reading “The Simple Dr. Abdul Kalam I Knew”
Whatsapp is one of the excellent retarding agents we all can’t live without (probably). I have seen my productive time decrease drastically due to Whatsapp. No, I was not a Whatsapp addict; I just kept receiving Whatsapp notifications all though the day, or whenever I turned on my smartphone’s mobile data. As I was thinking of ways to deal with this problem, I struck upon these two efficient steps which you can try out: Continue reading “Cure Your Whatsapp Addiction”