Posted in Neil's Column

Black lives matter

Neil Fernandes It was the color of the night sky personified.They pull your hair to make you bold To rob…

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Posted in Neil's Column

The Lamp

Neil Emmanuel Fernandes My patron, my everlasting light, You, which transpires a razor of the piercing star. You, that battles…

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Posted in My Wandering Thoughts

Rain Rain…. Go away?

As I was looking out of the window, from my second-floor apartment, a sight brought a very strange memory: a…

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Posted in Travelogue

Serene Salzburg

After an eventful train journey from Prague, in which we hopped between a bus ride and a train, we reached…

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Posted in Eddie's Articles

Yoga – Kya hoga ?

“Look at your stomach Anil. It looks like baker’s dough, ready to be put in the oven”. Eddie uncle laughed…

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Posted in My Wandering Thoughts

Broken Bone…

“Hey you, Anil right! I will break your bones and throw you out of the window now”. I was not…

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Posted in Eddie's Articles

SHH…IT Happens.

The sun had just appeared and the morning was young. I was up early and was getting ready to go…

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Posted in My Wandering Thoughts

Be vocal about Local.

The buzzword these days, in the subcontinent is “be vocal about local”. Forefathers of Indian Independence movement like Naoroji, Tilak,…

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Posted in Travelogue

Photogenic Prague. Overrated ?

Writing, almost a year after visiting this “beautiful city”, nostalgia set in. After effects of the city weren’t bad, after…

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Posted in My Wandering Thoughts

Indo- French collaboration

A month and half into isolation, life, which seemed blissful with the early dalgona’s and perfectly baked cakes and pastries,…

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