My Third Book – I am Audacious

I started ‘A Writer’s Exposé’ to speak my unflinching mind. As political issues are not my cup of tea, I started to blog about various social issues that impacted on individuals from all walks of life. Unpredictable situations in life that contributed to my existential angst influenced me to ramble about my experiences on my... Continue Reading →

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Netflix – not just a source of entertainment

Indian English TV series aimed at international audience is carving a niche for itself in the world of TV shows. Filmed in different parts of the world, the aim of these TV shows is to entertain varied audience with good story telling techniques. Although critical about family members, especially women neglecting domestic chores and other... Continue Reading →

A drowning man catches at a straw

With the International Labor Organization’s estimation of 25 million people becoming unemployed from the impact of COVID 19, most countries in the world prepared themselves to lend a helping hand to the unemployed. Each country had its own unemployment allowances in place to support the people through this difficult phase. Choosing the path of early... Continue Reading →

A unique product identifier

International Standard Book Number has begun to mean a lot to me ever since I commenced my authoring and publishing career. I have used ISBN numbers before to search for my books on the internet and on top 20 online book retailers’ websites. Other than that, I had not given any thought to it until... Continue Reading →

A Logical Fallacy?

After a rather teary emotional outburst on sighting a National Police check certificate, in between sips of wine and take away food from SpiceZone, which I am not sure is fit for the kings but it is called Maharajah thaali, I gave vent to all the pent up rage, frustration and disappointment, and due to... Continue Reading →

I prefer to be hanged!

Wondering where this came from? This was the choice of John Proctor in the climatic scenes of Arthur Miller’s ‘The Crucible’ which is a manifestation of the Salem Witch Trials and Anti-communism or Red Scare movement and its impact on innocent civilians who were victimized without any proof. Countless hours of silent and loud ranting... Continue Reading →

Life is Still Beautiful!

We are not unfamiliar with the notion that art and literature of a period reflects the characteristics of the age during which it was created or composed.  With the advent of the pandemic, creative people shouldered with the responsibility of presenting the manifestations of truth to their responders have not shied away from capturing the... Continue Reading →

Closed Door Meetings – A strategy to suppress rebellion or a political act to achieve their vested interests?

Being subjected to a few closed meetings in different institutions, I have realised more than anyone the treachery behind this tactic; a tactic usually sprung on the victims without any warning to minimise their chances of preparedness. The purpose of these meetings is to sort out disagreements through discussions contrary to the expectations of the... Continue Reading →

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