26th January, the 72nd Republic Day of India turned out to be very disappointing this year. Protesters entered the Red Fort in New Delhi and forcibly hoisted flags of their group organizations. Public property was vandalized and clashes left hundreds of security officers injured.Continue reading “THE CYCOLOGY OF A CYCLIST”
Continue reading “CHEERS! IT’S OUR 2ND BIRTHDAY”
Pedal And Tring Tring completes two years on 4th August, and I take this opportunity to say THANK YOU to all the readers for your continuous enthusiasm and patronage.
The last broadsheet was delivered to me on 21st March 2020, a day prior to Janta Curfew was declared by the Prime Minister of India. The subscription was stopped to avoid spread of corona virus but the digital copy continued to get published online, and PDF versions were circulated for free on whats app. I had the mobile application of the same media house installed which I accessed on not more than two occasions in this period. Continue reading “AD FREE PAPER RECEIVED AFTER 6 WEEKS”
‘Social Distancing’ is going to be around for few months/years with us until science makes the breakthrough of developing a vaccine. Once lockdown is relaxed, our behaviour in public places will dramatically change. But much before that, our mindset has already recognized this shift and reacting to it in the current set-up. Continue reading “DECODING SOCIAL DISTANCING”
In modern era, the human brain is exposed to a large volume of information via media and other sources.
The brain works hard to collect, store and retrieve information and often gets fatigued performing this process for longer periods. Continue reading “LOCKDOWN: 101 WORDS RECALLED”
A small sacrifice we have to make. Don’t be depressed by the lockdown, its not so late; keep faith. Flower of hope will bloom, difficult time will pass soon. Let go the endless worries. Trust in the miracles of Christ, day after night will bring a spectacular sunrise. Live the present, read through stories and relish the berries. Continue reading “HAPPY EASTER”