Maltibala, Maltibala,I will go to you. Malatibala,will I ever get back to you, Malatibala,who are you with now? Like before,do you dream of me anymore? Maltibala,Maltibala,your color is black Secret love was secret, light in the mind, How much did you give me after seeing the shop? At that time I understood the irritability ofContinue reading “Benimadhab Boys’ School : Mahitosh Gayen”
The night is increasing, the night is increasing, the fear is silent at nightWater wind wind water fear night victory,The clouds in the sky are dark, the clouds are pure airThere is no rain, the light of hope is still faint. The dawn has blossomed in the skyCome on in, take a look and enjoyContinue reading “Hopefully : Mahitosh Gayen”
About Author Shubhankar Singha was born on 2nd June 1992, son of Mrs. Bharati Singha and Mr. Siddhartha Singha from Kolkata, India. Though he is a Marine engineer by qualification but started his professional life as an illustrator and a magazine cover designer at the age of 8 and his painting was published in AnandaContinue reading “GOD: Ancient Aliens or a myth? SHUBHANKAR SINGHA”
Lauren Howe, Stanford University A friend once grumbled that, given the choice, she’d rather see her ex miserable than herself happy. Few things in life are as traumatic as the end of a long-term, romantic relationship. Nonetheless, many people are able to eventually recover and move on relatively unscathed. Others, like my friend, aren’t soContinue reading “Why is it so tough for some to exorcise the ghosts of their romantic pasts?”
James Kuzner, Brown University For a lecture course I teach at Brown University called “Love Stories,” we begin at the beginning, with love at first sight. To its detractors, love at first sight must be an illusion – the wrong term for what is simply infatuation, or a way to sugarcoat lust. Buy into it,Continue reading “Should we scoff at the idea of love at first sight?”
Gail Heyman, University of California San Diego For the liar, telling a lie has obvious costs. Keeping track of the lies one tells and trying to maintain the plausibility of a fictional narrative as real-world events intrude is mentally taxing. The fear of getting caught is a constant source of anxiety, and when it happens,Continue reading “Watching children learn how to lie”
David Markowitz, University of Oregon Nearly one-fourth of young adults are looking for love through dating websites or apps. This relatively new form of courtship can give you access to a large pool of potential partners. It also presents a unique set of challenges. For example, you’ve probably heard about – or have personally experiencedContinue reading “The lies we tell on dating apps to find love”
Sheril Kirshenbaum, Michigan State University For those dipping their toes into the dating pool during stay-at-home orders, it’s been like swimming in a version of Netflix’s reality series “Love is Blind.” In the show, contestants must get engaged before ever actually meeting one another in person. And while a lockdown engagement might be a bitContinue reading “Dating over Zoom? Don’t be surprised if those online sparks fizzle in person”
David Timmons, University of Massachusetts Boston The main solution to climate change is well known – stop burning fossil fuels. How to do this is more complicated, but as a scholar who does energy modeling, I and others see the outlines of a post-fossil-fuel future: We make electricity with renewable sources and electrify almost everything.Continue reading “How to have an all-renewable electric grid”
Nathan Hollier, Monash University There is an old saying that anxiety is the enemy of concentration. One of the best pieces of sports journalism I ever read was by Gene Tunney, world heavyweight champion of the 1920s, writing about how reading books helped him stay calm and focused in the lead-up to his most famousContinue reading “In praise of the printed book: the value of concentration in the digital age”
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