Given the events of the last 24 hours, this is closely related to but a different piece from click here.
Check out this wonderful analysis, by Hemant Mehta - Blogger - Freindly Atheist has to say about what went down when Oprah encountered an atheist. Here is the link - http://www.patheos.com/blogs/friendlyatheist/2013/10/14/oprah-winfreys-a...
This is extremely disappointing, disturbing and shocking to me. Makes me sad, burst my bubble. What is your take?
This is a thought-provoking article that I read on Newsvine- the account of a rape victim and HER OWN thoughts about What she could have done differently that night and what is NOT YET being done to prevent rapes.
I think it answers some questions in the minds of women and asks many, many more.
Something to think about.
Check this out fellow cranes. It's brilliant.
Surely a triumph for Twitter!
Those who have already received the Aadhaar Card have been asked to re-register???????
'Jab We Met', there was not a trace of a poet in my husband, Ashok.
When he proposed, 'Mujhse Shaadi Karogi', no shaayari.
When we went from 'Hum Tum', to Hum Teen, no poetry.
But where cricket is concerned, Miya Kaushik is a 'Pal Do Pal Ka Shayar'.
AND when God retired, the poet in him simply burst out & the kavita flowed.
To cut this long 'Pati, Patni aur Woh' (cricket!) kahani short, presenting Ashok's poetic farewell, to the God of cricket ...
If you lost your wallet in different cities all over the world what do you think your chances are of getting it back?
That's the basic premise of a fascinating experiment where wallets were 'lost' all over the world. And the results are suprising.
Check out how well Mumbai does in the returning it stakes...
A few years ago, TC ran the true story of Saroo Brierley who boarded a train for home in Madhya Pradesh and ended up in Australia; 25 years later, the wizardry of Google Earth and the Internet helps him reunite with his mother. In the 'A Long Way Home', Brierley recounts the online search that took him back to his hometown and family. In 2016, a film based on the book was released, starring Dev Patel (of Slumdog Millionaire) and Nicole Kidman.