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.
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.
“The day a soldier has to demand his dues, is truly a sad day in the history of the nation”- Chanakya There’s no need to give any introduction to ‘One Rank One Pension’, which is more aptly known as OROP. The union government has come out with the Saturday’s (September 5, 2015) announcement on OROP.Continue reading “OROP: Annual Increment in Basic Pension is the Ultimate Solution!”
Dear Followers of my blog: I know that it has been more than 3 months that I haven’t written anything for you in my blog. It was only due to time constraints. I would be posting hereafter, regularly, as I used to. Please feel free to comment on the posts as you have been. TheyContinue reading “Suman comes back!!”
Most often, the obiter dicta are considered as the judgements leading into so much of superfluous discussions, thereby creating a commotion among the masses. Before any such discussion is undertaken on the open platforms, there arises a need to understand the difference between an obiter dictum and a Judgement. As far as FAST (Financial AideContinue reading “Improper communication leads to prejudice!”
Narendra Modi, the Prime Minister of India, on Sunday (September 28, 2014) addressed a crowd of over 19,000 NRIs with his rousing speech, which made many reminisce about the 1893 speech of Swami Vivekananda in the same month of September. Throughout his speech, some 19,000 NRIs was constantly cheering him and their applause rent theContinue reading “Modi’s eloquence represented entire India”
Konda Lakshman Bapuji, more aptly known as the Father of Telangana was born on the same day in 1915 at Wankidi village in Adilabad district of erstwhile Hyderabad State in Padmashali community. He was a great freedom fighter who participated in the Telangana upheaval. During freedom struggle Konda Lakshman Bapuji participated in the Quit IndiaContinue reading “Konda Lakshman Bapuji remembered on his 99th birth anniversary”
September 27 is celebrated as the World Tourism Day since 1980 by the United Nations. This date was chosen in as early as in 1970 by the UNWTO. For obvious reasons, the adoption of these Statutes is considered a milestone in global tourism. The purpose of this day is to raise awareness on the roleContinue reading “World Tourism day today”
Narendra Modi, the Prime Minister of India, on Wednesday (September 24, 2014) morning has witnessed the historic event of success of the Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM), prestigiously undertaken by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), at ISRO Telemetry Tracking and Command Network (ISTRAC) in Bangalore. Soon after the successful placement of the satellite intoContinue reading “Isn’t Narendra Modi’s outlook correct?”
Bathukamma is a ten day festival that begins on the closed moon day of the Telugu Bhadrapada month, which is far and wide celebrated in Telangana state. This festival just falls before the festival of Dushera or Dasara. Significantly, this festival begins soon after the ending of monsoons. During this festival, Goddess Gauri is worshippedContinue reading “Telangana’s Bathukamma festival: What it signifies?”