Author

Radhika Bilolikar

Going into kMITRA

It’s just another bustling day at kMITRA. There’s pandemonium all around as we set to work on delivering a fun, informative magazine to the readers. We try to outdo the best work we’ve done so far. And in doing so,… Continue Reading →

It’s Your Choice

‘To be or not to be: that is the question’- Put forth so eloquently by William Shakespeare, this statement almost always works in other contexts also. All of us are aware of the term ‘Psychopath’ due to its use in… Continue Reading →

Animals Have Feelings Too!

It was the year 2016, a mother had just given birth to eight beautiful children and her joy knew no bounds! Within a fortnight, she watched as her babies were flung across the road and how their little heads shattered… Continue Reading →

Not Alone

Tick tock. Tick tock. The clock struck seven. But she wouldn’t know. Her eyes remained shut. This was unfortunate because she had a test in twenty minutes. That’s when her alarm started ringing. Frustrated, she flung the cursed thing across… Continue Reading →

Something Dark, Something Verónica!

Scary movies have a way of getting us to violently shut down our laptops, switch on the lights and cling to the safety of our blankets.  To be honest, no matter how scared we get, we keep subjecting ourselves to… Continue Reading →

Politicisation of Awards – In or Out?

The Grammys and The Oscars are dazzling, prestigious events which are celebrated annually to commemorate creative and technical professionals in the music and film industries from all over the world. People from all walks of life tune in to the… Continue Reading →

 An Account of Sin

Our world is quite convoluted. On one side, you feel hopeful when you observe the way people react when crises arise. People do wonders when faced with difficulties. Accidents seem to touch the very core of our beings. I suppose… Continue Reading →

Not in my name!

Freedom of religion in India is a fundamental right guaranteed by the Constitution of India. The Indian Constitution’s preamble was amended to state that India is a secular state. In theory, every citizen of India has a right to practice… Continue Reading →

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