Father was a man of many parts, but as a storyteller, he was nonpareil.
Late Prof. Yash Pal loved children and their incessant questions. His book Random Curiosity is the result of that love.
An L&M post for Valentine’s Day, especially since neither of us give it even a thought? Gasp! My regular readers are sure to do a double take when they see the title and read the post, for this one is a little ‘hatke’. The man himself was mighty pleased and smiled smugly. After all, he has […]
Remembering Subhash Chandra Bose, the original Bengal Tiger and the architect of the INA (Indian National Army), on his Birth Anniversary today — January 23.
Remembering Bhagat Singh on Martyrs’ Day.
A tribute to Sir.C.V.Raman, one of the most illustrious sons that India has produced on National Science Day.
Ever wondered how The Iron Man of India was as a schoolboy? A birth Anniversary tribute to Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel who was born on 31 October 1875.
An entire nation held its collective breath for a win in a sport other than cricket when Mary Kom, took on Nicola Adams in the semi-finals of the inaugural event at the London Olympics earlier in the evening. Her loss still earned her the bronze medal and gave the country its biggest haul of medals in an Olympics.
Jagjit Singh took ghazals out of exclusive mehfils and brought them within the reach of the common man. His voice was like honey — flowing smoothly and soothing the heart of the listener. His demise has created a void that will be hard to fill….
Mary Kom, the spunky boxer from Manipur has made the country proud by ensuring a medal for the country at the London Olympics. Here is to wishing Mary Kom all the very best for a gold!
Lal Bahadur Shastri’s convocation address to the students of Aligarh Muslim University delivered forty six years ago in 1964, is uncannily relevant to a nation today that stands polarized on trivial issues, when larger nation-building challenges are facing it. Jai Jawan! Jai Kisan!