48 Hours of Inspiration

It’s heartbreakingly painful when your brother leaves to heavenly abode and after a few months your sweetheart leaves you for a better man… Pain is everywhere. You can’t ask for a break from that! It happens somehow, somewhere and from someone. Every day, at some moments, when we can’t get along with what we ought … Continue reading 48 Hours of Inspiration

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World Oral Literature Project: An Internship Experience in Jungle.

A few months ago, when Rayson.K.Alex, the Principal Researcher briefed me about World Oral Literature Project and asked me to join, more than the international relevance of the project, I was attracted to the offer of staying inside jungle, having adventurous treks, camping and finally making a good documentary. Moreover, I found it interesting to … Continue reading World Oral Literature Project: An Internship Experience in Jungle.

Virtual Circus

The emergence of social networking sites and blogs has been a great boon to many of us. They help us to interact with friends, upload pictures, videos et al. I had my first online social networking experience with Orkut; it was way back in 2006. Today after 4 years, the Orkut ‘fever’ is over with … Continue reading Virtual Circus

Women and I

I did my schooling in a convent school run by Catholic priests and nuns. Strict rules and regulations, heavy home-works and harsh punishments were the trademarks of my school.  During those days, classrooms were divided into two columns, one for boys and other for girls. It was looked upon as a sin if a boy … Continue reading Women and I

Linux Love!

I was introduced to the world of Open Source Softwares by the Chip Magazine’s -www.chip.in- June 2009 edition. It provided along with other complimentary DVDs, a Live DVD of Linux Ubuntu Operating System (OS). I was amazed and thrilled to use the new OS on my laptop. Installation of Ubuntu was effortless and I made … Continue reading Linux Love!