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The Biggest Technology Lessons I Learned From My Grandfather

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  Remember those annoyingly-high-pitched-ring-toned Nokia phones? Despite its ear-piercing technology, it was by far the most loyal phone I ever had. It had suffered the torture of my countless mishandling. My motor skills generally succumb when it comes to supervise cell phones. I keep dropping it every other step, but Nokia my friend, it bounced…

Mrs. Rama Ramasamy – A Woman On A Mission To Educate

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  Some people are prosperous with such an efficacious personality that can imprint a lasting impression just in couple of meetings. I was overwhelmed with similar influence when I first met Mrs. Rama Ramasamy, affectionately known as Ramasamy Mam, the co-founder Principal of The British International School (TBIS) Chennai. A pleasant countenance, magnetic demeanor, tall…

Mrs. Funnybones Singing the Legendary of Lakshmi Prasad

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  When I missed Mrs Funnybones’ eponymous novel, I didn’t had an iota of sense that I had missed a piece from the best-selling corner. Witnessing the same nationwide popularity of her second produce, I dared not to miss the legendary of Laxmi Prasad.   To my utter surprise, however, the legendary of Lakshmi Prasad…

Why Time Stops at Shamli – Ruskin Bond Explains it All

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  Ruskin Bond and eccentricities walk in parallel. One should not get conned by such calm countenance like his because from inside he is anything but calm; his wild thoughts keep racing just the way a bull runs in open. His brain is known to be the master of raddling the most unexpected and unheard…

Forgive. Others and Most Importantly Yourself for Your Own Peace

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  The question of forgiveness arises when there is a wrong doing – actual or perceived - and it is closely related to our sense of justice or fair play. When we feel that we have been unfairly wronged by someone, we may seek revenge, nurse the wound to seek revenge later in an opportune…

These comedians deserve a standing ovation

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  They can leave you looking grotesque with your mouth wide open as you guffaw, your body trembling with amusing rhythm, your jaws writhing in pain, and eyes dribbling tears. When they are at work, you would find yourself laughing beyond a measure. We call those irresistible creatures 'comedians'. They are the master of their…

Loving Vincent – a tribute to a legend in a style never seen before

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Loving Vincent, a tribute to the greatest artist of the era from another great artist, emerges to be a harbinger of the concept that art presides technology. In an era where an animation movie is synonymous with depiction of cutting-edge technological expertise, this striking movie, the very first and unprecedented painting-animation feature film, taking a…

Short films are here to stay and this list of Indian short films will blow your mind away

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  Whether you are an aspiring actor, cinematographer, script writer, or someone who just wants to own the set by crying out loud “lights, camera, and action”, the reverie of being a part of a movie might always be trickling your senses. You are then fortunate to be in the era of short movies. In…

When words become more powerful than us

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[caption id="attachment_851" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Image courtesy: Pexels[/caption] During the final year of my engineering, just like many other students I carried the book "Word Power Made Easy by Norman Lewis" wherever I went. The mission was to imbibe as many powerful vocabularies as possible. My sightedness of the concept “powerful words” was confined to limited…

Harit Bhasin: Walking on the beats

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  Harit Bhasin is such a repertory of talent who dares to chase his dream despite enduring the hustle and bustle of his professional life. He has been scrambling with all the odds to uphold his belief 'you can achieve anything if you want to'. Harit's veins were inebriated in music since his early age. With…