Words fail to explain what the world has just witnessed in Peshawar, where the lives of 132 innocent students were lost along with some nine school staff members. People world over would not be able to forget this black day and we need to live through and still move on with our lives.
Over the recent years, we have noticed the leap of evolution that has occurred in the communication industry. Since the advent of mobile phones and e-mails, we are now living in the era of skype and whatsapp (which are currently the mostly used forms of communication modes added with a number of other apps that support only FREE video chatting and messaging).
It seems to be a week of bad news. One of the highest rated bad news is always death. Death of any kind has always been the topic of discussion. First, the death of director Rituparno Ghosh, then the death of actor Abir Goswami followed by the reported suicide of actor Jiah Khan.
Rome wasn't built in a day, so goes a maxim. It is ironic that the same applies to every writer. A person who knows nothing about writing thinks that the writer must have sat through it in one sitting in front of the computer and written a whole fifty thousand word novel, and become famous.