I was 12 years old then.. when I experienced something I never experienced before. A total chaos; people crying, running, losing hopes, losing courage. A coconut was dropped on the road, some 50 odd feet away from my house. Next thing, I see a big circle of people, wondering what it could be. Some naming … Continue reading Modi- The Man Who Revolutionized Indian Politics
Nathan Jurgenson on the US’s post-truth, chaos-of-facts election season: “Because there was so little depth anchoring the candidate and so little campaign machinery to weigh him down, Trump’s white nationalism nimbly flowed across various stances and issues, much like a fictional president being written and rewritten in a writers’ room.” Continue reading Chaos of Facts- Trump
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Grand Central Station, New York City Grand Central holds the promise of so many photographic opportunities. I loved spending time there with Joe, Terry, Laurie, and Robyn before making our way to meet Patti in Central Park! There wasn’t an abundance of sunlight in the terminal while we were there, but then I… Continue reading Into the Light
In Calendar Era, of all 2016 years, only 14 have been peaceful without a war or any conflicts. Statistics also suggest that this could be most peaceful time ever in all these years. About 8% of total deaths every year occurs due to some sort of violence including murder, genocide, terrorism and other sources. A … Continue reading Terrorism has no religion!
No matter where you are right now, be it Chicago, Los Angeles, Sydney, Shanghai, London or even in a hut somewhere on north pole, chances are you all have heard about New York City. And if you have not heard about it before, you must have after nine 11. You get out of the … Continue reading Living in New York City