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  • Freedom and so on and so forth ...

    Two birds, I suppose, they were love birds, living in a proud cage, dwelled by another billions, were celebrating their independence day. They thought freedom is like a sunflower seed. But, freedom turned out to be an onion. There are cages with in a cage, with in another cage and so on and...

    Tags: freedom independence humanity cage poem

  • I wish...

    I wish to see a fair human society. Where humanity is above & beyond the words of a mere scripture, or a constitution.   I wish to see only human beings. No more classes and castes. Nor the color of our skins. Where there will be no Hindu, no Islam, no Yehudi, no Buddhist ...

    Tags: Poetry Peace Humanity

  • A common man's idea

        I am Rohit from Gurgaon. I am a middle class service man living with my wife and child. We were happily living so far, but sometimes it hurt whenever I saw people suffering due to poverty, lack of proper living support for poor. I know I was too small to make any change, but I tri...

    Tags: Story Life Thought Humanity Fiction

  • The Feminist vs. The Equalist

    Feminist:"So.... I see you're an equalist."   Equalist:"Why yes, I am. How did you know?"   Feminist:"I read the 'hashtag' on your t-shirt."   Equalist:"Ah. And you must be a feminist."   Feminist:"What makes you think that?" &n...

    Tags: Feminism Identity MutualRespect Dialogue Humanity

  • Neanderthal DNA and its linkages with the modern human genome

    Neanderthal Men were one of the most successful human species ever. For over 250,000 years they dominated Europe, a continent ravaged by ice ages and inhabited by dangerous wild animals. But, around 40,000 years ago Neanderthal man faced his ultimate challenge on the arrival of another human spec...

    Tags: Neanderthal Genetics Evolution Humanity