Archive for June 2009

Mission Taj Mahal

Jun 17th, 2009 | By | Category: Articles

I had seen it in a hundred pictures, and probably a thousand times in movies. It wouldn’t be any different, would it? I am not much of a sightseer anyway. I doubt if I would have been to it even if I had been living in Agra! But I had a growing feeling that the ˜never been to Taj” label should be taken off as soon as possible. I was just looking forward to some suitable time for it, when it all fell in place. I tried not to get too disappointed. But at that moment, the Taj seemed so close, and yet so far. Anyway, I told myself, what was there to get disappointed about, it was just a monument, and it wasn’t going anywhere.

Quotes to Quote – XVII

Jun 11th, 2009 | By | Category: Quotes to Quote

Tweet Change, they say, is the only constant. Whether we like it or not, change happens, and it is best if we prepare ourselves for it. Here are a few quotes on change that you might just like. ? All change is not growth, as all movement is not forward. Ellen Glasgow

Human Rights and Wrongs: Tale of a Doctor, Activist, Prisoner

Jun 1st, 2009 | By | Category: Articles

Tweet Newspapers and television news channels a couple of days back woke up to report the fact that one Dr. Binayak Sen had been finally released on bail. Binayak Sen who? … must have been the question many would have asked. It’s not their fault really. The media does not jump at human rights violations, […]