Saturday, December 3, 2022

Category: Talking Tree

post-Zelenskyy: New Hero on the World StageZelenskyy: New Hero on the World Stage

SEEMA MUNIZ researches Zelenskyy’s meteoric rise to power from an actor and comedian to superstardom in the political arena Spanning three seasons, the 51-episode Servant of the People, a political satire, not only kicked Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s career as a comedian and...

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post-Of Wars, Movies and DreamsOf Wars, Movies and Dreams

A jumbled dream mingles with the disturbing reality of war and communal tensions that hang heavy in the air prompting writer, poet and artist, SEEMA MUNIZ to pen down her confused emotions My head hurt. The air, heavy with incongruity,...

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post-The Thin Dividing Line Between Right and WrongThe Thin Dividing Line Between Right and Wrong

Do you fall apart when you have to take a tough decision regarding your children that has no clear-cut right or wrong answer? REENA SINGH examines moral dilemmas in urban Indian homes that are becoming increasingly inevitable Moral dilemmas –...

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post-Let’s Unite to End DiscordLet’s Unite to End Discord

Now is the time for all good men and women of India to unite and put an end to all the artificial discord being fanned by vested interests, says OSWALD PEREIRA On September 21, 2020, our family took a big...

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post-My Tryst with the BeastMy Tryst with the Beast

“They say that because I didn’t take the jab, the virus has chosen to take a jab at me,” says poet, writer and artist, SEEMA MUNIZ Head exploding with blinding bits of jarring light, body pumping out heat, bones broken...

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post-Make Inclusion a Way of LifeMake Inclusion a Way of Life

On this seventy-third Republic Day, this article makes us confront those who fan emotions by stressing that there are divisions on the basis of ethnicity and thought. Instead, we should veer towards inclusion rather than think in terms of exclusion,...

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post-Man’s Search for Meaning: Book ReviewMan’s Search for Meaning: Book Review

ARJUN PEREIRA picks up the eternal bestseller, Viktor Frankl’s ‘Man’s Search for Meaning’ and finds great lessons to be learnt from the author’s experiences in concentration camps Very recently, I picked up the classic, philosophical book published in 1946, Man’s...

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post-The Intriguing Universe of Harry PotterThe Intriguing Universe of Harry Potter

ARJUN PEREIRA was an avid reader of the Harry Potter books when he was growing up. Now, as the Harry Potter movie team celebrates 20 years, he recalls the timeless appeal of Harry Potter, the protagonist, and the intricate universe...

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post-A Doctor-Friendly ApproachA Doctor-Friendly Approach

DR PUSHPA CHATURVEDI makes a fervent plea for a doctor-friendly approach Seeing the visuals on media of angry and helpless resident doctors on strike in our national capital New Delhi for a highly justified demand was highly disturbing and distressing. Our resident doctors have been...

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