Tag: reflectionists

ECHOES OF SILENCE!- By Soumya Ganesh

Edited by: Adya Mishra Can silence echo? Does silence take a form of sound? I am wondering. How do mute people think? I mean, I think in English when I communicate in English, or Malayalam or Tamil, or whatever is relevant. How does a mute person think? Aren’t thoughts...

Is India ready for cashless economy? – By Shubhangi Suralkar

Edited By – Akash Goel   “A cashless economy is secure, it is clean. You have a leadership role to play in taking India towards an increasingly digital economy”   At the end of a panel at “Startup India Standup India”, adequately named “Disruptive Power of Technology in Financial Inclusion”,...

Driverless Cars: An Indian Scenario – By Bhamini Vispute

  Reviewed By – Akash Goel   Remember the time when, after a really busy month, you finally were on your way to a hill station and in the journey, your family spotted a series of elegant lush green mountains and a sparkling waterfall flowing gracefully down the slope?...

Chinese Goods v/s Indian Goods – By Shalini Rai

  Edited By – Akash Goel     What do you understand by “Chinese Goods”, or for that matter even “Indian Goods”? Made in China or Product of China is a country of origin label affixed to products manufactured in the People’s Republic of China. It is the most recognizable label in the...

Self Reflection – By Pranshi Gupta

Edited By – Akash Goel Sometimes a reflection can be a mirror. What we see in others is often a reflection of us. Whether the person’s behavior is of that intent or not, what is coming up for us and what we are seeing in them is a reflection of...

Repentance . . – By Chandrani Ta

Edited By – Akash Goel     30 August, 2010 19:10 hours Amidst the cold windy atmosphere, it was then that the sheer ambience cheered apart outspoken voices when Ram joined our gang of youngsters. Ram happened to be a person of excellent sportsmanship spirit, broad minded thinking and...

An ecclesiastical stopping by at Kushinagar – By Bishakha Jain

Edited By – Akash Goel   Set against a pastoral landscape, the small hamlet of Kushinagar, 53 km west of Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh, is revered as the site of the Buddha’s Mahaparinirvana, his death and cremation, that marked his final liberation from the cycles of death and rebirth.With the decline of...

The Girl Who Rose From Level 0 – Shakira! – By Nidhi Verma

Reviewed By – Akash Goel Shakira once said, “In this life, to earn your place you have to fight for it”. Born as Shakira Isabel Mebarak Ripoll in Barranquilla Colombia, the youngest of eight siblings was fascinated by her father writing stories on a typewriter and wished to do...

DevSecOps – The Need of The Hour ! – By Sayali Sawant

Edited By – Akash Goel   The purpose and intent of DevSecOps is to build on the mindset that “everyone is responsible for security” Integrating DevOps + Security = DevSecOps David Cearley, an analyst at Gartner Inc believes “It’s development, it’s security, it’s operations operating as a dynamic force...

My Twinkling Star – By Isha Bansal

Reviewed By – Akash Goel   As I sit back, amidst this chaos, sipping hot coffee, Blurred memories from kindergarten flash before my eyes. I remember her ardent smile, aptly named ‘Twinkle”, ‘coz with her charisma she could light up the skies.   A serene calmness filled the room,...