The Paradise on Earth.

Whenever I went for a holiday towards the sea coast I always wondered what it would be to live next to the sea. How different would life be? I envied people who woke up and could see the ocean, the sun and the waves hitting the shore. People often say, the sea can sicken you! …

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Gone In Sixty Seconds

Once upon a time, during the midnight hour, a few uninvited guests decided to say 'hi' to their new neighborhood. The beautiful moonlight starry sky, the silent still air, the chirping crickets, and the vigilant owls were a witness to the scene. An army of men had set out on a mission to invade and …

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People On A Bus

I know I haven't written in a very long time and I know for sure that I have missed out on a lot of things. It's my job that keeps me on my toes the whole time. Thanks to that! I wish there were more than 24 hours in a day. Seriously! Well, all the …

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People say believe in your dreams and one fine day they will be true. Well, I think this is just plain entertainment and most of them are hopeless. It lands you into an unwanted place. A place that's not meant to be in. You can - Dream with your eyes open. Dream with your eyes …

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From The City To The Suburbs

Living in the heart of the city is what I miss the most today. I always loved being a part of the madness and chaos. The commotion, the people and peak hour traffic have kept me active. The weather the city faces is certainly very weird but it is an experience. Heavy rainfall, hailstorms and …

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My review on Munnariyippu

Malayalam movies were never my choice but it's really worth the time watching the good ones they make. Yes, I can't speak the language for crying out loud. Thanks to subtitles and my mum on the side for translating dialogues that are delivered with electric speed. These movies are based on very simple and authentic …

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Measuring a country

Anjali Menon

I believe Obama’s now famous quote can and should be understood as “You can measure how well a country, COMPANY, COMMUNITY OR FAMILY does by how well it treats its women”.

When Mallika Sherawat spoke of India being regressive towards women, folks pounced on her for deriding the country in a public forum. But fact remains India is not a monolith, there are a 1000 Indias within Indian society giving room for very different individual experiences. We have many things to be proud of, including a heritage where women were respected and worshipped. But it is important to recognise that even with that cultural background, the majority of our women population have difficult lives with severe limitations on individual liberty, safety and opportunity. Isn’t that fact the bigger shame to our country?

This post is prompted by the #disruptingthedefault movement on twitter by Catalyst, Inc that is “working globally to…

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