Much like the discrimination of the Red Indians in North America, Indian tribes who are the original inhabitants of the land have been subject to discrimination for decades. Their plight only worsened after independence – they were being exploited by their own country! Historically, they have been carefree peoples whose only concern is their immediate… Read More Service at Tribal School
Originally written on 7th March, 2015: I’m at a small town railway station – waiting for the train that will take me home. It’s a sleepy railway station. It is quiet and not very well lit. I have always lived near the railway tracks. I’d been a regular commuter too. Trains have always evoked in… Read More Death by Oblivion
Lost in a flurry of anonymous faces Of which all are familiar Of which I know none A lone soul in a sea of souls, I am a ghost, plain air I elicit no gaze, greet. Against the multitude of noise A distant orchestra plays, A song with no rhythm, no count Slow, unyielding… Read More Lost on a Straight Road
The photo was taken with my Karbonn Android One. I felt that the photo was exceptionally good for a 5MP phone cam.It shows the pillar at the Thousand Pillar Jain Temple at Moodbidri. It was taken during the trip we made to the Western Coast and Ghats.
Last year, I submitted an article about Fingerprints and the methods employed to examine them in ChemUnique the in-house magazine of the Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers (IIChE) Student Chapter at SASTRA. It was published in the final issue of last year. I was pleased. But I had made up my mind then, that I… Read More Editor at Chemunique
After hearing the phrase “you’ll read about it at your department” for about a month at CLRI, I’ve finally reached that golden place! I’m now a second year student, a real chemical engineer in the making. I enter with my GPA at 8.5, it shot up by 0.9 over the second semester – an unexpected… Read More The Chemical Department