Tuesday, April 1, 2014

84th (March 2014) edition of ezine PreSense: Interesting facts about Election Commission of India + Elections in ancient India + Elections 2014 an overview + PM candidate Narendra an analysis + Congress Manifesto 2014 + others

We are pleased to release the 84th (March 2014) edition of ezine PreSense with the following contents.  Since General Elections 2014 is already announced, this issue is also an 'Election Special' with the theme 'Celebrate Democracy'.  This issue contains broadly the following:

1.  Institution of the month - Interesting and unknown facts about Election Commission of India.

2.  Ancient Indian Wisdom - How elections were held in ancient India? Eligibility for candidates.

3.  General Elections 2014 - An overview

4.  Narendra Modi - Prime Ministerial candidate - An exhaustive analysis.  

5.  Congress Election Manifesto 2014

6.  PRince cartoon

The ezine may also downloaded from the following link (pdf format 850k).

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Saturday, March 1, 2014

83rd Edition (Feb 2014) of ezine PreSense: Interesting facts about Elections + Responsibility of voters + Top performing Lok Sabha Members + many more

16th General Elections, India
We are pleased to release the Feb 2014 (83rd) edition of your ezine PreSense. Now the 15th Lok Sabha has come to an end.  The nation is preparing for the 16th General Elections and the announcement of the elections is expected any time. Unlike the previous elections, during this General Election, youngsters and first time voters are going to play a major role in electing the 16th Lok Sabha.  

Voting is not only our fundamental right. It is also the fundamental duty and responsibility of every citizen to register himself/herself as a voter and cast his/her vote to the best candidate of his/her choice.  

Before the General Elections are announced, through this ezine, we want to create an awareness about the Election Commission and the Electoral system.  Every one of us should feel proud of our Election Commission.  They are going to conduct the General Elections transparently (before the media)  using  8.5 lakh polling stations, 11 lakh Electronic Voting Machines and 10 million officials/security forces. 815 million voters are eligible to vote in this 2014 elections.   Indian General Election is the largest democratic exercise in the world.  

Let us be proud of our democracy.  Let us Celebrate Democracy.

Please read the ezine for more interesting details.  

This ezine may also be downloaded from the link (pdf 780 k)

Saturday, February 1, 2014

82nd (Jan 2014) edition of ezine PreSense: Dr Radhakrishnan of ISRO + Lal Bahadur Shastri + Makara Sankranthi + Delhi Anarchism + Narayan Muniji + many more

We are pleased to release the 82nd edition (Jan 2014) of ezine PreSense with following contents.

1.  Man of the month and cover story - An exclusive inspiring interview with Dr K Radhakrishnan, Chairman of ISRO (A rocket scientist, artiste and a spiritual person).

2.  Historical importance of January - Forgotten Prime Minister of India Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri, who died a poor man in Jan 1966.

3.  Ancient Indian Wisdom - Why Makara Sankranthi is celebrated in January? - A scientific and astronomical explanation.

4.  From the archives - Why read holy books?

5.  Controversy - Does media obsession lead to anarchism at Delhi?

6.  Ignited Minds - Inspiring story of Shri Narayan Muniji of Bihar.

7.  Inspiring quotes from Dr Abdul Kalam - Knowing the future that you cannot change.

8.  Triambak's PRince cartoon.

The ezine may also be downloaded from the following link.

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Wednesday, January 1, 2014

81st (Dec 2013) edition of ezine PreSense: Nelson Mandela + Fall of Soviet Union + ADR + Devyani row + RTI Act + Flute + many more

The editorial team of ezine PreSense wishes all the readers a very happy and prosperous New Year 2014.  

We are pleased to release the 81st (Dec 2013) edition of the ezine PreSense.  This issue broadly contains the following:

1.  Man of the month and cover story :  Dr Nelson Mandela with rare pictures;

2.  Historical importance of December:  Fall of might Soviet Union in December 1991.  

3.  Dr Abdul Kalam's inspiring quote:  Women empowerment - featuring Agni Putri Tessy Thomas, Director of  AGNI missile programme.

4.  Ancient Indian wisdom: Unknown facts about ancient musical instrument Flute;

5.  From the archives: Right to Information Act

6.  PRince cartoon by Triambak Sharma

7.  Controversy:  Who shamed India?  Devyani Khobragade or US authorities? - An analysis;

8.  Ignited minds: No candle - no noise - no media hype: Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) continues to be a nightmare to Indian politicians.

This edition can also be downloaded from the link.

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Sunday, December 1, 2013

80th (Nov 2013) edition of ezine PreSense: Viswanathan Anand + BBC + Chaturang + Bharat Ratna controversy + Suresh Kamath (CEO turned teacher) + many more

Viswanathan Anand
We are pleased to release the 80th (Nov 2013) edition of ezine PreSense. Broadly this edition contains the following:

1.  Man of the Month (Cover Story) on 'Viswanathan Anand deserves Bharat Ratna';

2.  Interesting facts about Bharat Ratna Award;

3.  Ancient Indian wisdom - Chaturanga;

4.  Historical events relating to November - BBC starting transmission in Nov 1922 - Interesting facts about BBC'

5.  No PRince cartoon in this month - See the funny cartoon sent by Triambak Sharma giving the reason for not contributing the cartoon;

6.  Bharat Ratna controversy - Sachin Tendulkar and Dr CNR Rao in controversy;

7.  Ignited Minds: Suresh Kamath, an Award winning software designer and CEO turned teacher - Inspiring story;

and many more.  The ezine may also be downloaded (670k in pdf) from

This is one of the milestone issues.  This is the 80th edition.  Editorial team thanks all readers for their sustained support and guidance. 

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Friday, November 1, 2013

Oct 2013 edition of ezine PreSense: Chitra Ramakrishna + Nalanda University + United Nations + Onion tears + Inspiring story of Divya

Editorial Team of ezine PreSense wishes all the readers a very happy Deepavali. 

We are pleased to release the 79th (October 2013) edition of ezine PreSense. Broadly this edition contains the following: 

1. Cover Story and Woman of the month: Ms Chitra Ramakrishna, MD and CEO of NSE, who has been selected as one of the top 50 most powerful women at the global level by Fortune. 

2. The immediate need for changing to new chip based credit cards to prevent fraud. 

3. Remembering Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, Iron Man of India 

4. "You are born with wings. You will fly" - Dr Abdul Kalam's inspiring speech. 

5. Inspiring incident from Swami Vivekananda. 

6. Ancient Indian Wisdom - Nalanda University 

7. Remembering historic events of October - Launch of United Nations. 

8. From the Archives of October 2007 edition - Marketing defined. 

9. PRince cartoon on NOTE vs NOTA (Recent introduction of NOTA button in all the elections) 

10. Controversy: Why onion brings tears to common and rulers? - An analysis. 

11. Ignited Minds - Inspiring story of Divya, who challenged the challenges. 

This edition may  be downloaded from the following link http://www.prpoint.com/ezine/presense1013.pdf (700 k)

We request all readers to send us the feedback to editor@corpezine.com.

Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Sep 2013 edition of ezine PreSense: Raghuram Rajan + Sep 11 attack on WTC + Konark Temple + Raghul Gandhi's outburst in Press Conference + Prioritising the task + many more

We are pleased to release  the 78th (Sep 2013) edition of ezine PreSense.  This edition contains broadly the following.

1.  Cover Story : Mr Raghuram Rajan, the new RBI Governor.

2.  Ancient Indian Wisdom: Konark Temple.

3.  Historical events of the month: 9/11 Terrorist attack on Twin Towers at US.

4.  From the archives: Prioritising the tasks and tips to avoid procrastination.

5.  PRince cartoon by Triambak Sharma.

6.  Controversy: Recent outburst of  Rahul Gandhi calling the 'MPs disqualification ordinance' as 'complete nonsense'.

7.  Ignited Minds:  Top performing Lok Sabha MPs upto the latest sitting.

In addition, our usual sections like inspiring quotes from Dr Abdul Kalam and Vivekananda 150 are also included.

The Sep 2013 issue of ezine may also  be downloaded from the following link.  (800k in pdf)

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Sunday, September 1, 2013

August 2013 edition of ezine: PV Sindhu + Current economic crisis + Quit India Movement + Vedas + Ignited Minds + many more

We are pleased to attach herewith the 77th edition (August 2013) of ezine PreSense.  This edition contains the following:

1.  Cover Story on P V Sindhu (Woman of the month);
2.  Ancient Indian wisdom - How were Vedas  transmitted over thousands of years;
3.  Historical importance of the month - Quit India Movement 1942;
4.  Controversy: Ten Point suggestions to overcome the current economic crisis;
5.  Ignited Minds:  A feature on People for Parity Foundation;

and PRince cartoon, Dr Kalam's inspiring quote, Vivekananda 150, managing spam mails, and many more.

The ezine may also be downloaded from the following link.

Thursday, August 1, 2013

July 2013 edition of ezine PreSense: Justice Sathasivam + French Revolution + Big Temple + Durga Sakthi IAS + RYA's book bank + amny more

We are pleased to release the July 2013 (76th) edition of ezine. This edition of  ezine was guest edited by a group of youth and students completely. On behalf of the editorial team, I congratulate the group. This edition contains:

1.  Man of the month and Cover story : Justice P Sathasivam;
2. Vivekananda 150: The first meeting of Narendranath with Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa;
3.  Ancient Indian wisdom: Thanjavur Big temple, an architectural marvel;
4. Historical events: French Revolution;
5. Triambak's PRince cartoon;
6. Controversy: Freebies offered by political parties;
7. Ignited Minds: Rajasthan Youth Association lends text books to needy students for the past 50 years;
8. Social issue: Why India needs to go for inventions, instead of development?
9. A brief note on Durga Sakthi Nagpal IAS, the brave young lady IAS officer who is now victimised for her honesty.

As announced earlier, we encourage youth to contribute articles to the ezine.  If a group of youth / students is willing to guest edit the entire ezine in our regular format, it can write to us at editor@corpezine.com.  

This ezine may also be downloaded from the following link.

Thursday, July 18, 2013

The Interesting Story of Cartoon Character, PRince

The Interesting Story of Cartoon Character, PRince
Cartoon Character PRince
The cute little cartoon character, PRince has been adding value and humour to your ezine, PreSense for the past five years.  He has been conveying powerful messages with a sense of humour.  The creation and the journey of PRince is interesting and amazing. 

Triambak Sharma, Cartoonist
Triambak Sharma
In July 2008, on Dr Abdul Kalam’s suggestion, the editorial team decided to introduce cartoons in the ezine.  When we made an announcement to the effect in the PrPoint group, Mr Triambak Sharma, a well-known cartoonist from Raipur and the editor of Cartoonwatch volunteered to provide cartoons for the ezine every month.  Instead of publishing regular assorted cartoons, the editorial team decided on a cartoon character, on the lines of R K Laxman’s ‘Comman Man’, to convey the message. 

Announcement in the prpoint group
Announcement in prpoint group
On 3rd July 2008, the editorial team made an announcement about its idea, in the groups, and invited suggestions from the members, and also a suitable name for the character.  The team received an overwhelming response of 100 suggested names.  The suggestion given by Ms Uma, a communication professional to name the character ‘PRince’ received unanimous approval of the editorial team. ‘Prince’ was introduced to the groups on 10th July 2008. 

“I wanted PRince to be the youth icon of this 21st century, as a representative of the professionals working in corporate and other offices.  Hence, I created him as an energetic young person a wearing trendy outfit with necktie.  I am proud that PRince was born in Raipur”, says Triambak Sharma proudly. 

Dr Abdul Kalam launching cartoon character
The first cartoon, created by Triambak Sharma, was launched by Dr Abdul Kalam himself with his autograph, on 24th July 2008 at Rajbhavan, Chennai. The cartoon character was created and launched within 20 days of the editorial team’s decision to include the cartoon in the ezine.

Every edition of the ezine from July 2008 onwards contains the PRince cartoon.  In every issue, PRince conveyed a powerful message with a sense of humour.  Thus, PRince won itself many fans.  PRince became popular worldwide.

In April 2010, The Wall Street Journal of America, carried one of the PRince cartoons with the permission of Triambak Sharma.
Wall street journal carrying PRince cartoon in April 2010
Wall Street Journal carrying PRince cartoon
The popularity of PRince grew day by day, both nationally and internationally.

In May 2010, a CD containing the PRince cartoons was released on the occasion of the launch of the Golden Jubilee edition (50th) of ezine. it was also displayed on the internet.

PRince cartoon Feb 2011
PRince cartoon Feb 2011
PRince who was a Casanova till then, married his sweetheart ‘PRincess’ in the Diamond Jubilee 60th edition, published in February 2011 (picture on the right). “Only married people can understand the problems of the common person and communicate in a mature manner.  Subsequent to his marriage, PRince started talking about many serious issues affecting the common citizen”, says Triambak Sharma when asked why PRince married hastily.  The readers could notice that after the 61st edition, PRince conveyed more serious messages than what he used to, before his marriage.

Dr Abdul Kalam's speech referring PRince
Dr Abdul Kalam's speech referring PRince
Interestingly, Dr A P J Abdul Kalam himself is one of the great fans of PRince. While addressing the Cartoon Festival at New Delhi on 29th April 2011, Dr Abdul Kalam suggested that cartoonists should be remembered for creating cartoon characters like ‘Common Man’ and ‘PRince’. 
Dr Raman Singh, Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh receiving the CD containing PRince cartoons from Triambak Sharma

In the  Cartoon Festival organised at Raipur (Chhattisgarh) on 29th June 2013,  Dr Raman Singh, the Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh was the Chief Guest.  A video poresentation on the cartoon character PRince was shown to the Hon’ble Chief Minister and to the audience.  A CD containing the past 55 cartoons published in the ezine from July 2008 to June 2013 was also handed over to Dr Raman Singh, the Chief Minister by Triambak Sharma.  The Chief Minister highly appreciated the concept of cartoon character and enjoyed the PRince cartoons.

The past 75 editions of ezine PreSense and the ebook on PRince cartoons can be downloaded from the link.


Please watch a brief video presentation on the PRince cartoon.

While Mumbai can be proud of ‘Common Man’ created by R K Laxman, Raipur can now be proud of Triambak’s ‘PRince’. 

(The images and the contents are in public domain.  They can be freely distributed and shared with others.)

Thursday, July 4, 2013

Platinum Jubilee edition (75th) of ezine PreSense: Journey of ezine + Story of cartoon character PRince + many more

We are pleased to release the Platinum Jubilee (75th) edition of ezine PreSense.  This edition was launched by youngsters /students on 23rd June 2013 simultaneously at Chennai, Coimbatore and Motihari (Bihar) in the presence of youngsters.  This edition is dedicated to Indian youth.

On 29th June 2013, our cartoon editor Triambak Sharma handed over the CD containing the past PRince cartoons to Dr Raman Singh, Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh during the Cartoon Festival..  The Chief Minister watched a short video presentation on the cartoon character PRince and appreciated the efforts.

This edition broadly contains the following:

1.  Platinum Jubilee edition launch report and photographs;
2.  Interesting story of cartoon character PRince;
3.  Milestones in the journey of ezine PreSense - An interesting case study;
4.  PRince cartoon.

The ezine with interesting contents and photos may be downloaded from (pdf 900k)

Friday, May 31, 2013

May 2013 (74th) edition of PreSense: Vinod Rai+Indian Cinema 100 + Aryabhata + IPL gate + many more

Vinod Rai, Former CAG
We are pleased to release the 74th edition (May 2013) of our ezine PreSense.  This edition contains the following:

1.  Man of the month (Cover Story) on Mr Vinod Rai, the recently retired CAG of India;

2.  Historical events relating to May - Indian Cinema 100 (with rare photos);

3.  Ancient Indian wisdom - Aryabhata, greatest mathematician and astronomer of ancient India;

4.  Controversy - IPL Gate (PRince cartoon also on the same theme);

5.  Dr Abdul Kalam receiving the world's prestigious Von Braun Award at USA;

6. From the archives of ezine (May 2007) - Media relations during crisis by T N Ashok and Tushar;

7.  Ignited Minds - The interesting story of CH Sekar, who was refused US visa for higher studies, turning out to be a role-model MLA;

8.  Tips to handle social media, to avoid 'information harvesting'.

Editorial team is confident that the readers will continue to enjoy this May edition also.  Please send us your feedback.

The ezine may be downloaded from the following link in pdf format (610k).

We are happy to inform you that our next edition is the Platinum Jubilee edition (75th edition).  We humbly thank our readers for the sustained support to us in  bringing out the highly qualitative ezine every month.  If you have any suggestion to make for inclusion in the 75th edition, please share with us at editor@corpezine.com.

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