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From A Jew Who Did Not Make It

[Trigger Warning] The following reading contains potentially distressing information about murders, violence, and brutality in relation to Nazi practices. Reader discretion is advised.   Have you heard of me? Of course, you haven’t. I am neither a Jew who survived… Continue Reading →

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A Head Full Of Dreams

In a world of change, the only thing constant is the effort to make a difference. While we all desire to be our finest selves, the path to being better is a rocky road. There are some days where we… Continue Reading →

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Four Paws and a Heart

Love is unconditional. It’s received and given in many forms, but it’s said that the truest of love is when it’s without any limitations. A love for caring about others without demanding much for yourself. The love of acceptance and… Continue Reading →

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A Note to the Alive

As I take a stroll in the graveyard observing my funeral, I find a few crying and the other meticulously bored by the doings. Yet it feels so light, death actually took away the pain of my congenital disease. But… Continue Reading →

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Aiding Tibet

Disclaimer: The facts mentioned in this article may vary with the actual ones. “To conquer oneself is a greater victory than to conquer thousands in a battle.” – Dalai Lama The second world war reached its final stage in 1945,… Continue Reading →

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Why We Read

As kids, we dreamt of a magical land away from home filled with candies and games and sweets and all things wonderful. We wished for a portal in our midst so as to escape and never come back. But as… Continue Reading →

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What Makes A Survivor

Stories are written by the survivors. But what did they do to survive? How did they survive? And what stories do they have to offer? Now to understand a survivor we need to break them down first. See what they… Continue Reading →

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Slave of the Troy

The left side of my jaw was throbbing with pain and I could feel the metallic taste of blood in my mouth. I was standing on the dais with bonded hands and dishevelled clothes stained with blood from my injured… Continue Reading →

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Chanakya : the most famous chapter

“A man is great by deeds, not by birth” “Keep your friends close and enemies closer” Most of you might’ve come across these quotes before. If you haven’t, these were quoted by the brilliant thinker Chanakya. These are just two… Continue Reading →

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Are You Living In An Imaginary World?

[Trigger Warning] The following article discusses mental health and excessive daydreaming, a psychiatric condition. Reader discretion is advised. We’re all daydreamers. Yes, life sucks. So we play pretend and use our imagination to immerse ourselves into a world that we… Continue Reading →

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The Pro in Productivity (and Procrastination)

A few minutes before the alarm goes off at 4 am The birds are still asleep in their nests as I stare at the digital alarm clock, waiting for it to ring. One could say that I might be classified… Continue Reading →

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A Dull and Colorful Expression

For as long as I could remember, I never had any artistic leanings. I listened to a lot of music, but was never interested in learning how to make songs; I read a lot of comics, but I never dared… Continue Reading →

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A Teen’s Experiments with Truth, JEE and the Virus

  A short nostalgia of the past two years, How I understood things and had overcome my fears.   Young in blood and just out of school, Grades and accolades that’d make everyone drool.   I said to myself, “It… Continue Reading →

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College, COVID and Competition

“Life started with a race.” Every person who has been a part of this ever-competitive world must have come across this phrase. Undeniably, every phase of our life was its victim and the education system hasn’t been immune to it… Continue Reading →

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The Price of the Pandemic

“Global shares take a hit – Big shift in stock markets, where shares in companies are bought and sold, can affect the value of pensions or individual savings accounts (ISAs).” — BBC News   “Consumer confidence collapses in May, the… Continue Reading →

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A Tribute To Every Hero

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Beach in the city – Shore

7th March 2020, for anyone, might seem like just any other day but not for us KMITians. The most anticipated event of our college, the KMIT evening, was held on the 7th. A beach day with friends can never go… Continue Reading →

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Rainbows Reign

“God doesn’t make mistakes and has made each of us in his own image. God is simply love. There should be no fear in love.” — Martin O’Malley A‌ ‌study‌ ‌found‌ ‌that‌ ‌out‌ ‌of‌ ‌the‌ ‌world‌ ‌population‌ ‌of‌ ‌7.7‌ ‌billion‌ ‌people,‌… Continue Reading →

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War and Pain

It’s the summer of 1917. The kids should be playing in the sunflower fields, while Rachel should be preparing sandwiches under the trees. However, they are probably hiding in the basement, praying. The last letter from her told me that… Continue Reading →

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Luminous Nightmare

Lip, dip, paint. Grace Fryer was 18 years old when she first heard these words – eager, ambitious and ready to take on the world. She was employed as a dial painter with Radium Luminous Materials Corporation. Six years later,… Continue Reading →

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Bidding Adieu!

I vividly remember the summer of 2016. After a period of what I would like to call a struggle, I managed to get over with two years in a cliche corporate college. I had given my twelth-grade board exams in… Continue Reading →

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A Decade of Entertainment

Evolution of the Entertainment industry in this decade: Studies suggest that until the late 90s, 15% Americans had been on the Television with a negligible percent of cord-cutters, with an average television usage of 7 hours and 50 minutes, 83%… Continue Reading →

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Decade into Climate Change

Climate change is happening now, faster than predicted by scientists. They gave us a deadline of 12 years to keep up the global temperature below 1.5 degrees Celsius or a great catastrophe could strike the earth. Our future generations might… Continue Reading →

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LOVE IN THE TIME OF AI

Robots these days are capable of doing things that once only humans could do. So, does that make them as lovable as us humans? Though we are still a far cry from science-fiction, we are already used to interacting with… Continue Reading →

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Why does time only move forward?

Imagine someone cracked an egg on your head. There’s yolk dripping down your forehead. Now you’ve got to clean yourself up. But wouldn’t it be a lot easier to just un-break the egg and skip taking a shower and change… Continue Reading →

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Climate Change in Hyderabad

Hyderabad is a city known for great food, the warmth of its residents and liveliness throughout the city. However, being a resident of Hyderabad for twenty-one years, I could not help but notice the changes in climate in the recent… Continue Reading →

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