Date archive forOctober, 2011
see the world through a child's eye
By Sanchit Gupta On Friday, October 28th, 2011
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“bachhpan ke wo din” : A poem

see the world through a child's eye The most amazing time of our life is not when we marry or become rich or retire or get a job. The most memorable are the years as a child. A poem dedicated to innocent childhood.   Eye More...

the Indian grand prix
By Brij Mohan Taneja On Friday, October 28th, 2011
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The Indian Grand-prix : All Ready & Set to GO!!

the Indian grand prix Despite all odds the INDIAN GRAND PRIX is all set to launch its first edition for all the F1 fanatics across the globe. Finally the dream for many will be true in just a few days. The thought More...

Child labour in firework industries
By Pratibha Malhotra On Saturday, October 22nd, 2011
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Burn evil not cracker! Spread happiness not pollution!

Child labor has been prevalent in India since the time of inception of industries. Most of the child labor is employed in hazardous industries like fireworks, match-box, stone quarry, gems cutting and polishing, More...

Revolution 2020: new book by Chetan Bhagat
By Brij Mohan Taneja On Wednesday, October 19th, 2011
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Revolution 2020: Latest book from Chetan Bhagat (Book Review)

Revolution 2020: by Chetan Bhagat (Cover Page) Revolution 2020 is the IITian writer Chetan Bhagat’s fifth novel after the best seller “ 2 states : the story of my marriage”.This time he takes the story to More...

darkness
By Sanchit Gupta On Monday, October 17th, 2011
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“The Unnamed Feeling” ( a poem)

An darkness within An original composition by Sanchit Gupta, describing the un-named feeling that we feel. Those strange thoughts that come up when misery and sadness envelopes your world.   stupefied by the More...

Jagjit Singh
By Vani Verma On Monday, October 17th, 2011
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Jagjit Singh-The man with golden voice

Jagjit Singh He had a voice of silk, sang words straight from heart and made us think while listening to his songs. Jagjit Singh was mesmerising. Apne hothon par sajana chahta hoon, aa tujhe main gungunana chahta More...

Thread : A strand that holds friendhio together (a poem)
By Vineet Jain On Friday, October 14th, 2011
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Thread : A fragile bond (poem)

Thread : A strand that holds friendhio together (a poem) This composition compares relations whether friendship or love with thread. A thread which once broken leaves a knot that sometimes drifts you apart, and More...

Jagjit Singh with wife Chitra Singh
By Pratibha Malhotra On Friday, October 14th, 2011
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The Ghazal King Leaves Us

The Ghazal King- Jagjit Singh On 10th of October came the shocking news of the demise of Indian ghazal singer, Jagjit Singh, at the age of 70. The singer, composer, music director, activist and entrepreneur, was More...

Petrol Price comparison in various countries
By Shashank Agarwal On Wednesday, October 12th, 2011
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Petrol price comparison in different countries

Petrol Price comparison in various countries Petrol prices has been a hot topic since the latest price hike which puts a litre of petrol at Rs70 in India. But after this people have started blaming the government More...

Dream-Theater-A-Dramatic-Turn-Of-Events : Album review
By Ashish Sharma On Tuesday, October 11th, 2011
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Dream Theater : Album review

Dream-Theater-A-Dramatic-Turn-Of-Events : Album review Dream Theater? When you think of them, you think of musical depth in every instrument in a band could produce, you think of the benchmark in progressive metal More...