The Noise Of A Million Smiles

Location:- Snehasadan, Western Express Highway, Andheri (East) Date:- 17.2.2019 There is a lot of laughter and screaming that I can hear around me as I make my way inside. Surrounded as I am by boys belonging to the age group of 5 to 15 years, I think this positive chaos, smiles and clash of energies is but natural and glad …

Televison or OTT- What Leads The Way?

 Television has been a major source of entertainment and information for individuals since its advent. Starting with Doordarshan, a single channel that had us glued to the screens to opening up of the market accommodating countless channels to choose from, our relationship with television has come a long way. But recent trends show a shift from television as with the …

26/11: The Unforgettable

A decade has passed since the 26/11 but the mere thought of it still leaves people shell-shocked. On 26th November 2008 terrorist attacks took place in Mumbai by 10 members of Pakistan based terrorist organization, Lashkar-e-Taliba. They carried out series of shootings and bombings, lasting four days, in Mumbai. These attacks began on 26th November 2008 and lasted until 29th …

Sanskrit- Language Of Our Souls

  We remember the days in school from 5th to 8th grade when this language as subject and we all dreaded it. It was difficult as well as useless, is what we all thought. But in reality, Sanskrit is pretty interesting and important. Don’t believe me? Keep on reading and you will.   So, Sanskrit is a language of ancient India with a …

World Population: A problem by the people, for the people

  Is Malthus back? Does Malthus ring a bell? He was probably one of the most prominent figure during your introductory social science and environmental science classes. Simply put, the growth rate of population exceeds the growth rate of agricultural production. This change in the rate of growth puts stress on resources and results in famine. It isn’t sustainable and the Malthusian …