Achieving the entirety of any art is not merely screening on the eyes and bestowing it on the ears; any art becomes lively only when the mind is stirred and melted — thus paving the way for an artist to become an epic
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The Guided Missile: A Review By Prof (Dr) Chinnaswamy Pichandy
Title of the Book: The Guided Missile: Memoirs of An Air Warrior; Authored by: Dr Suman Kumar Kasturi;Published by: Wisdom Press, New Delhi; 2022;ISBN: 978-93-92407-03-1; Pages: xiv+202; Price: ₹350/- The Guided Missile is the story of an unguided youth, who chanced upon the opportunity to join the Indian Air Force, unwillingly, accidentally and of courseContinue reading “The Guided Missile: A Review By Prof (Dr) Chinnaswamy Pichandy”
Significance of Diversity in Public Relations Vis-à-Vis Banks in India
“The rights of every man are diminished when the rights of one man are threatened.”– John F. Kennedy Introduction The adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) that came into force on December 10, 1948, is indubitably a trailblazing episode in the account of human rights. The UN General Assembly declaration proclaims thatContinue reading “Significance of Diversity in Public Relations Vis-à-Vis Banks in India”
HEAR YOURSELF: A REVIEW BY DR SUMAN KUMAR KASTURI
Authored by: Prem Rawat; HarperOne, NewYork; 2021; ISBN: 979-0-06-321500-9; 260 pages; Price: ₹399/- “The more you know yourself, the more patience you have for what you see in others.” -Erik Erikson The book, “Hear Yourself: How to Find Peace In A Noisy World?,” is a unique book authored by Prem Rawat, the renowned teacher and author ofContinue reading “HEAR YOURSELF: A REVIEW BY DR SUMAN KUMAR KASTURI”
RAMBO: A REVIEW BY DR SUMAN KUMAR KASTURI
This book fascinatingly presents the author’s perspectives and analysis of his journey through the seven seasons at a Sainik school and categorically discusses most of the contemporary happenings.
An expedition to touch the sky with glory
Originally posted on Dr. Suman Kumar Kasturi's Blog..!!!:
An expedition to touch the sky with glory Indian Air Force is the decisive sharing out of the Indian Armed Forces – the military forces of the Republic of India. It is the youngest service among the tri-services, when compared to the Indian Army and…
Patriotism Isn’t a Jiffy Affair!
Your vehicle comes to a screeching halt as the light turns red at the traffic signal. Even as you fret over the eternal wait, a plastic tri-colour flag is flashed in front of your face. You soon hear a chant of Vande Mataram, Jai Hind from a little boy’s mouth trying to sell you the flag. He has other accessories too – an Independence Day metal badge, plastic lotus, soldier figures etc. Then it dawns upon you that there’s a National holiday ahead. Feeling guilty, you even buy a souvenir to display your patriotism only to throw it into a trash bin after a while. Sounds familiar?
The Success Connotations of Kargil War
According to me, it was a war between two sides — having Pakistan on one side with a concrete plan, and India on another side to face an unanticipated contingency. Despite the fact that India was not very much ready to face the situation, the Indian Army, which was supported by the Indian Air Force, recaptured a mainstream of the intruded areas on the Indian side of the LOC. Far along, bowing to the international diplomatic antagonism, the Pakistani forces were pulled out from the residual Indian settings along the Line of Control.
Why do few celebrities get into prostitution or suicides?
Few celebrities of all genres choose the ultimate path of prostitution, while few others choose the path of suicide. There is no specific need to quote examples in this regard. History divulges many incidents. Many people may wonder why people who created a repo for self should get into such mucky things. Yes, it’s ratherContinue reading “Why do few celebrities get into prostitution or suicides?”
THE JOURNEY OF A JOURNALIST
This book titled— The Journey of a Journalist — is authored by Kambhalapalli Krishna, who has been associated with both print and electronic media (Telugu) for twenty-five years. I read this book with great interest as it is on a topical and relevant subject, and one close to my own interest in exploration. This book covers a vast canvas on the life journey of the author from the time when he has accidentally become a journalist. This book, though not formally chapterised, is divided into fifteen chapters (if can be called so). All these fifteen chapters are thematically and chronologically entwined.