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Happy New Year!

December 31, 2008



Playwright Harold Pinter dies

December 26, 2008


Nobel Laureate, playwright Harold Pinter died on Christmas eve. He was 78 and had been struggling against Liver Cancer. I especially liked the author for his marvellous ‘The Birthday Party’ (which I read in my post-graduation) – a drama with an underlying message that is as true today as ever. Pinter, considered an author of […]

‘A Search’ – poem

December 24, 2008


We have all read the English proverb ‘Seeing is Believing’. But we do not apply this in case of God. Probably because we have our tasks or list of wishes that can be fulfilled by God only. At the same time it is not wholly true that we are being selfish all this while believing […]

The Fading Memories

December 14, 2008


We can call our memories the profit we receive on the investment made or they can prove to be the interest we have to pay out of our pockets for the future. It depends on the kind of the crop we sow. After all, as we sow so shall we reap (as goes the old […]