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RANI JASJIT- The Woman Of Her Times

Rani Jasjit” was the name inscribed at the bottom of the ostentatiously framed picture, the prefix “Rani” appearing more like a consolation prize to the lost glory of once upon a time empire. Yet, she had the poise of a…

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Work & Holiday Visa for Australia to Open For Indian Youth

In further aggressive efforts to deflect workforce to regional areas, the Australian Immigration Department will be including a number of developing countries including India, to its Work and Holiday Visa [Subclass 462]. This initiative will be directed at attracting youth…

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JUDGE’S COURT- A Heritage Resort, Where Time Takes a Pause

The blog is about my recent visit to a heritage property tucked away in the silence and oblivion of the southern spurn of Dhauladhar hills in Kangra district. The heritage ancestral manor still holds the electric British flavour in the colonial bungalow frequented by visitors in search of exquisite hospitality experience.

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Happy Dying

The uncharted time of my death is such an unsettling feeling for those who throng the hospital to be in that moment when I clock out. The hypocritical binaries muscle their way up over one another. From the sadness staged outside to the inside math on how soonest to how longest would it take to wrap up this dying thing.

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The Starving Street Artists

I had gotten free from work at the time just as planned, and had with me enough minutes by the hour to take a hurried trip to the ‘Dilli Haat’. Something earthy to add around my collection of art was…

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