Environment concerns every one but a very few care for it. Call it deficiency of policy or lack of individual will power but there are voiceless in Save the Planet fight whose future depends on sound ecology for survival like Mowglii from Jungle Book. From tribal communities in India’s richest mineral districts to the fast vanishing wildlife, this blog will present such stories which miss the politically heavy news headlines. Occasionally, there would be insight on ongoing environmental issues.
Madversity — A little bit mad, a little bit adverse, Madversity takes a creative, tangential look at society, politics, economics and show business. Using one-liners, aphorisms, limericks, verse and other forms terse, it offers biting insights and irreverent perspectives with the magic of words.
The blog takes you through events and action in the world of politics, glamour, business, sports, science, life and universe. And sometimes, it peeks into lives of ordinary people through the camera lenses of photographers.
As its two neighbours—India and China—race to become developed nations, Nepal is still caught in a social, political, economic and religious time-warp and remains one of the poorest nations. This blog is an attempt to look at the former Hindu nation as it tries to metamorphose. It will discuss issues—serious and the seemingly trivial—sometimes from an Indian perspective.
The blog takes its name from the busiest terminal at Heathrow for long-haul flights serving Asia, America and Africa. Its a symbol of many races, religions and nationalities. Of arrivals and departures. And of the East, the West and the spaces in between.
This blog deals with the realities of life, its beautiful as well as the not-so-beautiful aspects. It tells you how to enjoy life even in the worst of crisis. It tells you the key to happiness is there in your mind, and that your enemy is actually your best friend. It tells you to repeat every morning, as a mantra, ‘all is well with the world’!
Cutting out the jargon without omitting any of the details, this blog will help you discover the best set of wheels, and occasionally also help in getting the best out of the set you already possess. With an attempt to give a snapshot at what makes India one of the most active automotive markets in the world, it hopes to make the second most expensive investment in a lifetime, a worthwhile and enjoyable one.
A Good Look at Bad Language is the title of one of Kushalrani Gulab’s favourite books. It not only traces the history of bad words in the English language but also explains to the reader the situations when a mere @#$% will suffice and when the stronger %$^#@!***#$&@!!!@$% is called for. Since this is a family blog however, you will find no bad words here. Bad rants, bad jokes and bad grammer, possibly. Bad words, no.
A journey through life and books and reading – from the point of view of one to whom those things are indistinguishable.
This blog — call it a due diligence report — intends to cover behind the scenes action when the country and its political leadership are in crisis mode. It will collect, collate and analyse pieces of information to construct the big picture and it will often recommend solution to defuse the situation at hand.