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Prisoners in the Enemy Den

This morning while reading newspaper (Times of India) I came across an article on Mehboob Elahi, an Indian detainee, who served 19 years in Pakistani Jail. 1,031 more words

Food For Thoughts

Peace of gravel

Once a gravel caught inside a soldier’s shoe
became a wound, that snowballed into pus
and soon his gangrened limb, was cut, and thus
the butterfly effect from stones was how, 137 more words


Sam Hamill: The New York Poem

I sit in the dark, not brooding
exactly, not waiting for the dawn
that is just beginning, at six-twenty-one,
in gray October light behind the trees. 363 more words


Memories to be kept

Can we think of something we do not know of?

Maybe if there were something no one knew, no one would ever think of it, and it would never exist. 483 more words


From Albert to Sigmund on War and Peace

I chanced  upon an exchange of letters between Albert Einstein and Sigmund Freud which was brought about by International Institute of Intellectual Cooperation operating under the patronage of League of Nations. 2,110 more words

Artificial Intelligence

LRTT : War and Peace – Volume I, Part 3

Let’s Read This Thing : War and Peace is my attempt to jot down notes and reactions to this monstrous novel that I’m reading for the first time. 408 more words