If I Were A PC- Guest Article By Sukanya

(This article is written by a 7th standard girl, Sukhanya) Wow!!! It is so fun to imagine what I could do if I were a PC. Instead of taking hours to solve my maths problems, I would have done it in a jiffy. I didn’t have to worry about exams neither I had to worry…

I, proud to be an Indian Woman?- Guest article By Sowmya R

Every year March 8th is celebrated as International Woman’s day.  Many people consider such days as being brought on calendar by western culture. However, Indians in the urban areas off late have started celebrating such days. Like every year, many TV channels aired special ads on woman’s day. The news papers were flooded with motivational…

IT Mis understood!- By Abhishek Iyengar

Yes! I had not written something crazy for a long time now! and well! I could not resist to scribble this one! It was yet another IT vs non-IT encounter and this time financially! ya right, Warning:- IT professionals with weak hearts and huge tummy’s err! (I just put that!) DO NOT READ! There was…

One Evening… – By SriHarsha

It was a Saturday and as usual I came back home after finishing some Wemove related work. I was completely exhausted that day and I had planned to watch back to back movies on TV to get relaxed. Just as I was about to tune in my favorite movie channel, a friend called me and…

Janapada Loka- A tribute to Folklore of Karnataka- Editorial

Situated 50 Kms from Bangalore on Bangalore-Mysore Highway stands Janapada Loka, dedicated to promote various folk forms of Karnataka, Janapada Loka or Karnataka Janapada trust was established in 1979 A.D by Late Shri Nanje Gowda. Shri Nanje Gowda had a Brobdingnagian vision of bringing various, rich Folk culture of Karnataka into limelight by providing them…

The King of Partition By Abhishek Iyengar

Go back to history! and you will recall probably the ever green moment when Mohammad Ali Jinaah claimed pakistan to be a separate country! Muslim league felt the  necessity of an independent Muslim nation and voila! Pakistan was formed. Almost 62 years after jinaah was again responsible for a partition and this tine inside BJP! Now…

Bullied away!!- Guest Article by Shreyas Janivar

It was a routine for me to browse through the sites for some news here and there. I once came across a headline which demanded my attention towards it “16 students beaten by teacher in Dera Bassi”. Well incidents like these have become regular news in India for a while. The display of brutality from…

Ganesha Chaturthi- A festival with a Motive- Editorial

Wishing all readers a very happy Ganesha and gowri festival -Team Tu Ganesha Chaturthi or Ganesha Festival is a day on which Lord Ganesha, the son of Lord Shiva and Parvati  is believed to bestow his presence on earth for all his devotees. It is also known as Vinayaka Chaturthi or Vinayaka Chavithi in Sanskrit,….

SENSES- By Ashutosh Rao

The fact that life has become a race against time is something everyone in today’s world knows of. People are trying so hard to move ahead of everyone else that we don’t realize we are infact getting ahead of ourselves too! We fail to keep a tab on our surroundings, the people around us and…

A Drunkard’s tale!- Guest article by Pushpa V Murthy

Public transport isn’t new to me and so is not the situation of facing a new set of strange crowd each time I board. But this particular time I happened to notice a family consisting of a couple and a very cute kid who shared a seat for two and the kid asleep on its…

A Comedy play by WeMove

When was the last time you watched a live performance? WeMove’s most hilarious play hits Bangalore Once again This time at RangaShankara WeMove production’s “Nannavala Kagada” on August 18th, 2009 at 7.30 P.M i.e tomorrow! Written by S. Gundurao, Nannavala kagada is a humorous play; the main protagonist of the play is supposed to be…