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Lasya Priya

One last time

It feels like only yesterday I was sitting in one of the front rows of the auditorium, a little too close to the speaker during the orientation program. The speakers were too loud and by the time I stepped out… Continue Reading →

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Women’s Day Exclusive

Behind every one of their kind eyes is a story of family, careers, struggles and, most importantly, sacrifice. Leading up to Women’s Day, we talk to some of the tireless women responsible for KMIT’s growth and success every single day…. Continue Reading →

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Soaring the skies, happiness and kites

Sankranthi is the festival of harvest. Many people harvest crops but everybody harvests happiness. So is the case with KMIT. Every year, we celebrate Patangotsav before Sankranthi. This time was no different. We celebrated Patangotsav on the 12th of January… Continue Reading →

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The Crown Season 2: A review

The much awaited season 2 of The Crown, the biographical story of Queen Elizabeth II, was released on the 8th of December 2017. The last episode of the first season saw Elizabeth in hardships due to personal and professional crises…. Continue Reading →

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The Blue Whale and the Elephant in the Room

Teenage and early twenties can be a pretty hard time to live in. More so, in this digital era where people are more digitally social than they are in person.  We look more at the screens of gadgets than at… Continue Reading →

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The Handmaid’s Tale: A review

Blessed be the fruit. May the Lord open. Offred is a handmaid. She wasn’t a handmaid all her life. Before Gilead, she had a job, a husband, a daughter, a life. It had all started when the president was killed… Continue Reading →

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The Ocean At the End Of The Lane: A review

A man, sharply dressed, returns to his hometown for a funeral – and funerals are grim events. This man – our protagonist –  before heading to his sister’s house, attempts to clear his head and prepare himself for the endless,… Continue Reading →

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Oscars Animated Film Nominees

MOANA Moana is a typical Disney film. A small girl with big dreams, stuck on an island as the chieftain’s daughter. She knows that she has to take over as chief but in order to do that, she has to… Continue Reading →

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Happily Never After

“If you loved me, why did you run?” asked Charlie in a wheezy voice. Martha stayed silent for a few minutes before speaking up. “If you loved me, why did you stray?” It was Charlie’s turn to remain silent. “A… Continue Reading →

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Sing Review

                Do not let fear stop you from doing the thing you love. An ambitious koala, an old, frail iguana, an over-confident mouse, an insecure elephant, a devoted momma sow, a teenage porcupine,… Continue Reading →

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A Dazzlingly Lit Up KMIT

On the 1st of October, 2016, KMIT celebrated its first-ever literary fest, Lit Up 2016. This is one proud moment for kMITRA as it was the team that has worked towards making it a success, with the obvious help of… Continue Reading →

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Thank You, Harry Potter.

I solemnly swear I am up to no good. To a few people, the above statement maybe mere words, but to me, a Potterhead, those words mean so much more. If I had a time turner, like, a real one… Continue Reading →

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So, What’s Your Type?

Have you ever felt like there is no one in the world who understands you, who see what you see and think the way you do? Were you ever confused about who you were? Let me tell you this, we’ve… Continue Reading →

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Laughter Lines

Scars are souvenirs you never lose.   Leela looked at the scar on her right arm. It was starting to get lost in the wrinkles that now covered her entire hands. Leela was 82, sitting at the window of her… Continue Reading →

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Hayee Yah! Justice Delivered.

Do you remember the times when animals did Kung Fu? And, there was this one panda that was made the Dragon Warrior of the Valley Of Peace? And, this panda actually saved the valley and also all of China just… Continue Reading →

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Sicario

An American crime thriller, Sicario is sure to give you the chills and the thrills. Sicario means “hit man” in Mexican. The movie deals with a brief period of time in the career of Kate Macer, an FBI Agent. One… Continue Reading →

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The Weight Of Living

Just a few more minutes and I will be ready to leave for my “night shift”. I’ve got foundation caking my face, some eye makeup to bring out the blue of my eyes, concealer to mask all the scars that… Continue Reading →

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SOCIAL SENSITISATION

A baby is born. When it cries, Mother Nature makes sure that it is a guileless, sinless, sweet cry that has never been heard before. The baby is a bundle of innocence. Then,what do we as a society do to… Continue Reading →

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And the Mountains Echoed – Khaled Hosseni

I found a sad little fairy Beneath the shade of a paper tree I know a sad little fairy Who was blown away by the wind one night. Pari and Abdullah- brother and sister according to providence but parent and… Continue Reading →

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LITTLE BIRD

“Mommy! Look at this! Little birdie is hurt.” 7 year old Maya said looking down at the tiny creature, on the park pathway, her heart swelling with sorrow. “Well, let’s take her in, dear, we can nurse the wounds and… Continue Reading →

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