WordPress is ideal for my writings

WordPress is ideal for my writings

Blog, Science & Tech
With the technological revolution and extensive reach of media and communication, blogging has become a vital part of everyday life. What started as a small space for communication of messages has turned out to be a serious business. For some people blogging is a hobby, for others it’s a workplace, but for many, blogging is a powerful marketing tool for brand and self-promotion. To make the best of blogging it is very essential to choose the right platform. WordPress, Tumblr, Blogspot etc. are the most popular solutions for this purpose with their own characteristics. A specific platform is selected depending on the requirements and the type of audience to be catered. Studies have shown that, one in every six websites runs on WordPress, the most popular blogging platform in the…
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Power of Words on Children

Power of Words on Children

Blog, Parenting
  [caption id="attachment_355" align="aligncenter" width="488"] Photo Courtesy: http://blog.theconnectionweshare.com[/caption]   “Actions speak better than words” Parenting is one of the most responsible, yet rewarding job of life. In this modern age, parenting not only requires lots of patience and perseverance, it also needs lots of creative skills to mould our children in the right path, because it is the way parents communicate with children when they are less than 5 years old, forms the foundation of their whole life. An era, where children are way too intelligent, it is very important to note that, this above proverb needs to be used with little modification. A period where children are smart and intelligent, along with high level of grasping power and analytical skills, it is essential for the parents to have a…
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Ramblings of A ‘Mazed’ Mind

Ramblings of A ‘Mazed’ Mind

Blog, Social
Photo Credit: Men Against Rape and Discrimination (MARD) @ http://www.realmard.com/ It is quite some time, since the media has talked about women and women related crimes such as rape, molestation, sexual harassment etc. While we saw the massive protest for the December 16th 2012, Delhi Gang Rape case; there was no such major protest for the August 22nd 2013, Mumbai Photo Journalist rape case or when a man in Ludhiana raped his minor daughter for four months continuously. These are just few dipstick samples, which have come to limelight with the support of media. There are many cases which we see happening around us in our day to day life, yet we tend to ignore and carry on with our path. Every other day, we have news of such crimes,…
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Change is the mantra of Life, so is for Indian Cinema

Change is the mantra of Life, so is for Indian Cinema

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While it has been a century that the Indian Cinema has travelled through, it is vital to appreciate the transformation it has gone through over this period of time. Today while we are celebrating the 100 Years of Indian Cinema, it is very important to realise and appreciate the stages of reformation. When Dadasaheb Phalke, the father of Indian Cinema, released his epochal feature film Raja Harishchandra on 3rd May 1913, it is unlikely that either the exhibitors or the pioneer film maker realized they were unleashing a mass entertainment medium that would hold millions in sway for the next hundred years. The French might have introduced the concept of moving images, but little did anyone know that India would one day become the largest film industry in the world.…
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Booming in the World of “Zooming”

Booming in the World of “Zooming”

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A time where there is possibility of making every dream to into reality, where every hobby can turn out to be a profession and become a source of income, it is vividly felt that “Photography” is one of the same. It is the most booming and successful genre of business in recent times. There was a time when people hardly knew about photography. And some learnt it as a hobby. Today the perception towards this industry has completely changed. People have started looking it as a business rather than just a hobby to click pictures. Sometime back, the idea of being a professional photographer might not have appealed to many but today plenty of people want to be photographers. The rise of mass communication and the growing importance of the…
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Current scenario of the Indian Power sector

Current scenario of the Indian Power sector

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The energy availability in the India has increased by 5.6% in 2010-11, while the highest demand met has increased by 6% in the same period. Despite the increase in availability, India faced an energy deficit of 8.5% 2010-11. It is anticipated that the energy deficit will rise to 10% in 2011-12. Electricity has been part of our lives. Life would seem so hard without it. The consumption of electrical power can be classified such as residential sector which includes private apartment buildings; commercial sector comprises non manufacturing business institutions, industrial sector and the last transportation sector. The hunt for auxiliary electric energy sources all over the world and no exception with India can be traced to the last few decades. The energy supply position is rather alarming world over. India…
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Are schools still our second home?

Are schools still our second home?

Blog, Education
Is Reality turning to be a myth? A recent instance in Chennai Metropolitan city, where a four-year-old LKG student was kidnapped from one of the more famous schools, Chettinad Vidyashram in R A Puram for a ransom of 10 lakh on August 8th 2013, by a stranger posing as a cab driver. Though it is not a new incident happening in our country, isn’t it very strange and scary to think if any such incident happens to our own child? It is vital to look into the statistics to have a better picture of the scene happening around our children. According to data from National Crime Records Bureau, in India, a child goes missing every eight minutes, and the saddest part is almost 40 % of those children haven’t been…
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