- ‘Poetry is a way of life’ — A son’s touching tribute to litterateur Gunturu Seshendra Sharma
Ten years passed away. But the scene of Funeral is still fresh like a red wound in my eyes and tormenting my heart. When funeral procession moves on, some people throw coins. Some of them walking along the procession pick those very coins from behind. It pains me that these coin pickers assumed leadership of father’s last rites. But in today’s
- Safe in dupatta!
Sitting idle in the office one day (hope my boss won’t find this an ‘excuse’ to fire me!), I remembered a recent WhatsApp chat with a friend (male), who was my classmate in school.Well, he insisted on a video chat as it was eons since we met and he wanted to check how much I had changed since…. (Hmm! I have this gut feeling t
- Are we ready for the tech-driven disruptive innovations?
Let's be frank.We are a little worried over the way technology is changing our lives. Technological advancements have bettered our lives making complicated things simpler in handling. You no longer need to stand and wave to hail a taxi but you can do so through an app. One need not call a restaurant to order a pizza, it can be done on your mobi
- Is privacy a mirage in this connected world?
There are many critics who opine that the biometric-enabled Aadhaar empowers the government to conduct mass surveillance on its citizens, and therefore, has the potential to breach the privacy of even the law-abiding people. Whether Aadhaar is a breach of privacy will depend on how the government will choose to utilise the data. However, the entire
- Osmania University – In Retrospect
The impact of the West upon India has produced an intellectual serfdom which has exerted a most disastrous effect upon every sphere of life. Love for indigenous culture has been weakened and minds cast in foreign moulds have lost that elasticity from which alone springs originality and artistic impulse.His Exalted Highness The Nizam was seeking