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“I’m closing up shop. Please see another physician,” said Dr. Luke and walked away on the dusty streets of a town in Western Asia Minor, while his patients wondered why. “I think he’s joined this new Jewish sect called Christianity,” guessed...

Media has become the omnipresent backdrop of life. We live in an age where mobiles, TV and the internet have merged into one and have brought the world to our fingertips. Be it sports scores, TV serials, shopping sprees, advertisements, research...

Self-esteem is one’s opinion of oneself, an emotional evaluation of one’s self worth. A high self- esteem is having a good opinion of yourself and a low self-esteem is having a bad opinion of yourself. Having a good self-image is...

A short story to challenge or encourage, as the case may be. “Samie bhaiya, don’t be discouraged, God will help us,” Nina comforted Samie from her bed as her elder brother dropped his crutches beside his chair. Samie did not reply. Thoughts...