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Aishwarya Bommisetty

Editor’s note

Dear Readers, October’s that one friend we don’t spend as much time with but is always there to listen to whatever it is we have to say. Unlike the rest of the rainy months, it began with clouds floating in,… Continue Reading →

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Ram Nath Kovind- 14th President of India

We all know that Hon’ble Ram Nath Kovind became the 14th President of The Republic of India on 25th July, 2017. He was the NDA’s choice as presidential candidate and won with over 7 lakh votes against opposition candidate, Meira… Continue Reading →

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Old friends take new roads

Isn’t it strange, How fast time flies and how people change? Looking at the present everything feels the same, but looking at the past everything feels so rearranged. Well, I’m not writing a poetic prose about time. This is what… Continue Reading →

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What to watch: Arrival.

The new Alien film, Arrival, not to be confused with Mid 90s movie, The Arrival, is a 2016 American Science fiction film directed by Denis Villeneuve and written by Eric Heisserer. It is based on the 1998 short story “Story… Continue Reading →

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Survival of the fittest- Is Survival Selfish?

Recently, I happened to read a book called “The Man-Eaters of Tsavo”. The Man-Eaters were a pair of lions responsible for the deaths of a number of construction workers on the Kenya-Uganda railway. This man eating behaviour was considered by… Continue Reading →

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What to read: My Heart and Other Black Holes by Jasmine Warga

  “ You’re like a grey sky. You’re beautiful, even though you don’t want to be.” ― Jasmine Warga, My Heart and Other Black Holes. The book, “My Heart and other Black Holes”, is  Jasmine Warga’s debut novel. Before going… Continue Reading →

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Dandiya Night 2k16

Since Navaratri was just around the corner, it’s time to pull out that traditional colourful ghaghra-choli from the closet and brush up those dandiya and garba moves. Navaratri marks nine nights of unlimited dancing, feasting & fun and the students… Continue Reading →

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What to read: Simon Vs The Homosapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli

“Love is too beautiful to be hidden in the closet.” Simon Vs The Homosapiens Agenda is written by Becky Albertalli. This book has garnered so much hype and praise from bloggers that I could not help but pick it up…. Continue Reading →

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Rolling in the Deep – Mira Grant

Seanan McGuire is an american author and filker. In 2010, she was awarded the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer by the 2010 World Science Fiction Convention, largely because of her urban fantasy/detective story Rosemary and Rue (2009)…. Continue Reading →

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Pangong – Where Sky meets Earth.

“The world is full of wonderful things you haven’t seen yet. Don’t give up on the chance of seeing them.” -J. K. Rowling If you go to Leh and don’t visit the mesmerizing Pangong  tso, you’d be doing the road trip… Continue Reading →

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Turtuk – The “Last village”.

“Travelling. It leaves you speechless, then turns you into a Storyteller.” – Ibn Battuta Turtuk is physically the closest one can get to Pakistan while in India. It is the northern-most and the “Last village” and is located right at the… Continue Reading →

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How Torrents work.

Last century file sharing was a fringe hobby, only for geeks who were lucky enough to own a computer that could dial into the World Wide Web. How different is that today, where file sharing has become daily routine for… Continue Reading →

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The Red Planet in living colour: THE MARTIAN.

The Martian directed by Ridley Scott, stars Matt Damon, who plays astronaut Mark Watney, a part of a crew of astronauts who are on Mars. A storm rolls in so they cut short their visit. While evacuating, some debris hits… Continue Reading →

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  SORRY. NOT SORRY.

   I never got hung up on apologizing too much. After all, I’ve always felt actions speak louder than words.  As nice as it may be to hear those two special words — “I’m sorry” — ultimately, they’re just that:… Continue Reading →

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Book Review: The Boy in Striped Pyjamas

Hello there book lovers! Today I’d like to talk about “The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas” by John Boyne. I’ve been mildly scared of reading this book until recently. A few years ago I watched the movie and expected something… Continue Reading →

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