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Month: April 2019

On Leadership…

There is a much-heard story of an old man (read Philosopher), who, reportedly, used to roam in the streets with a lantern in his hand in broad daylight in ancient Greece… […]

On Literature, Literally!

Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o – the world-famous Kenyan writer, playwright and academic – has become the voice of those African people who are not able to tell their own stories in their […]

Reel Life To Real Life…

He has been seen playing the role of a President in a television series… The series – titled ‘Servant of the People’ – made him famous in his country. Nearly 73% […]

Ethics & Ethnicity…

“What connects two thousand years of genocide? Too much power in too few hands.” – Simon Wiesenthal. Rwanda had experienced a tragic genocide for exactly 100 days, from April 7 […]

Journalism Versus Kakistocracy

Does this look as Ripley’s Believe It or Not! While North Korea has jumped up one position, India has dropped two places on a Global Press Freedom Index. It is […]

Brexit & The Irish Ire

The beautiful world has lost another investigative journalist, yet again, this time in Northern Ireland! The 29-year-old Lyra McKee, who was shot dead during a night of rioting in Londonderry on […]

It Is Difficult Not To Sigh

Well, it has tolerated so many things in the last 856 years, including wars, unfavourable weather condition, pollution … It also became a victim of changing style of architecture. It had lost […]

Finding A House In London…

A researcher has recently claimed that he has been successful in finding the house in London where William Shakespeare had created some of his most popular works, such as ‘Romeo […]