AI-powered robot dog from Sony to monitor kids and elderly


With the capability to store data of maximum 10 people, the artificial intelligence powered robot dog from Sony’s stable will monitor kids and the elderly through two cameras, it makes it easier to keep an eye on your dear ones. The cameras are housed in the dog‘s nose and tail, along with numerous sensors, whichContinue reading “AI-powered robot dog from Sony to monitor kids and elderly”

Street Photography : Kid on a bicycle


Well this kid (Aman) is a rockstar, he sat there patiently on his bicycle while I was clicking him from all nooks and corners. Following the shoot he was really enthused about checking the results on my cam and told me about some of the shots he liked most. Here’s one of them for youContinue reading “Street Photography : Kid on a bicycle”

Meeting the Santa – Festivities (Photography)


Please share the blog with your friends and like my photography page. Your support is critical in saving my art. (Submission for Daily Prompt: Festivus for the Rest of Us)

Bonded labor still existing in high-growth Construction Industry and many other Industries in India and South-Asia


Siddharth Kara, an anti Human Trafficking expert has shared some of his research findings while doing primary research for his book “Bonded Labor: Tackling the System of Slavery in South Asia,” The book aims at assessing the position of bonded laborers in South-Asia. Siddharth had also written about the problem of debt-bondage, human trafficking andContinue reading “Bonded labor still existing in high-growth Construction Industry and many other Industries in India and South-Asia”

Elementary school art teacher Adonna Khare wins $200,000 ArtPrize 2012 for huge mural called “Elephants”


It’s a total treat for art lovers spread all over the world, the moment you see the Adonna Khare mural, I am sure that you couldn’t restrain yourself from loving this one hell of a art piece created by nothing else but a pencil. For those of us who think that they can elude artContinue reading “Elementary school art teacher Adonna Khare wins $200,000 ArtPrize 2012 for huge mural called “Elephants””

Real Heroes honored: There’s always a ray of hope out there


Maintaining the dignity and honor of any community cannot be achieved by lip service alone. Empty claims soon reveal the intention of people making them and even the people who hears these claims and still don’t bother to take a step ahead, even after realizing the truth behind these claims. For those who do, theyContinue reading “Real Heroes honored: There’s always a ray of hope out there”