Radhika Bilolikar

Not your average bibliophile. With me, what you see is often what you get.

Playing God

Trigger Warning: This article contains instances of depression, suicide and loneliness. Spoiler Warning: This article may contain spoilers for the book ‘Recursion’ written by Blake Crouch. Recursion brings up a condition called ‘False Memory Syndrome’ or FMS. The plot of… Continue Reading →

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Finding yourself- Quarantine edition

While it’s true that the circumstances surrounding this quarantine can be scary at times, I am grateful for all the time I have had to do some much-needed soul searching. The lockdown started with me constantly wanting to go out… Continue Reading →

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A dream come true

She woke up to the sound of the chirping of birds and opened her eyes as the sun rays fell across her face. After a minute of basking in the warmth of the sun, she got out of her bed,… Continue Reading →

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Magic of Motion Picture

It was in the year 1878 when Eadward Muybridge placed 24 cameras on a race track, a few inches apart from each other, and captured a series of photographs of a horse in motion. These pictures when paired together and… Continue Reading →

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Through his eyes

Warning: This article might trigger some people. It contains references to violence and explores a dark theme.   He hid in a corner of the dark room, clutching at his sheets with a desperation he was too young to completely… Continue Reading →

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Dear Hal

This article contains spoilers for the book ‘The Death of Mrs Westaway’. It was almost time for dinner. When she stepped out, the sky was getting dark. This was not surprising since it was the middle of a cold, dark… Continue Reading →

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Cleopatra, the Seventh of Her Name

Some remember Cleopatra as the queen who was insanely smart and immensely powerful. Others remember her as the ruler who brought down the entire Egyptian dynasty to its knees. “She is a temptress who has Antony under her spell. He… Continue Reading →

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Celebrating half of the world’s population

Every year, we celebrate the 8th of March as the International Women’s Day. It is a day when women from all walks of life can get together. They celebrate their achievements and remember the sacrifices made by their ancestors on… Continue Reading →

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Forty lives lost in the blink of an eye; the Pulwama attack had a devastating effect on the lives of these brave soldiers and their families. On 14th February, the martyrs bid farewell to their families, not knowing they would… Continue Reading →

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The shutdown is over. Or, is it?

A whole government in turmoil. The longest shutdown in the history of the United States has had far-reaching implications. December 22nd, 2018 was the day the US government shutdown began. What caused it was the fact that the White House… Continue Reading →

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Told you so

She couldn’t believe her eyes. She tried to look away, but it was like watching a train wreck. Terrifying and horrific, yet so mesmerizing. She’d known this was going to happen, but that didn’t make this any less heartbreaking. Soldiers… Continue Reading →

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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 →

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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 →

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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 →

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