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Editorial – July 2018

With autumn entering in; July, the month of transitions, pauses at the end of summer. The crunchy leaves have turned to mush, potholes filled with rainwater, and yet the days seem longer than ever. You could either sigh with grief;… Continue Reading →

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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 →

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Ramblings

The walls are closing onto me There is no respite, only despair Pills I swallow, to numb the pain Is it for real ? Or all a gimmick ? Clearer thoughts, I’d hope to get Clouded mind, the usual chaos… Continue Reading →

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Lock the Box: BookChor’s Warehouse Sale

The summer vacation gives students an opportunity to revisit their hobbies and master new ones. Unquestionably, reading happens to be a common interest among many individuals. So what better way to enjoy these hot summer days than to sip on… Continue Reading →

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The Trip to Nowhere

We all want to go somewhere every Summer. This summer, I, went Nowhere, where no one ever wants to go. Although people might claim that they have found themselves in the middle of nowhere at some point in their lives,… Continue Reading →

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Summers – Expectations Vs Reality

Summer is all about holidays and when the holiday season comes closer, we expect it to be different and much more exciting from what we had the previous year. But, the fact is, it actually stays the same. This article… Continue Reading →

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Voice4Girls: A Gratifying Summer Internship

Voice4girls. What a catchy logo and name! That was my first impression. A couple of months ago, there was a poster on our notice board about Voice4Girls offering internship. I’ve seen many organizations working for social causes, but I never… Continue Reading →

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Planet Or Plastic? A Nat-Geo Initiative

Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it is the only thing that ever has. —Margaret Mead Despite the increased awareness of the growing environmental crisis, there has been little to no… Continue Reading →

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The Lip-Smacking International Mango festival

All the mango lovers out there must have definitely stacked their refrigerators with the few mangoes left at the end of the season. But there is some great news which is mouthwatering indeed. Those who never get enough of mangoes… Continue Reading →

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Summer Superheroes

For all the Marvel geeks out there, this summer has been the most anticipated and also a little heart-breaking, to be honest. It all started with Black Panther which released in February and has become one of the highest grossing… Continue Reading →

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Scoops This Summer

With a will to beat the summer heat, huge crowds have hit the cool by rushing towards various ice-cream parlours on the roads of Hyderabad this summer. The parlours didn’t just attract people but also have satisfied all the cravings… Continue Reading →

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Sanju – A Mediocre Biography

Sanjay Dutt (Ranbir Kapoor), decides to confront all the raw deals and intends to scrap the Terrorist word joined with his name. He reaches out to a London based biographer, Vinnie (Anushka Sharma), who at first refuses to write about… Continue Reading →

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Gunshots for Education or Tantrums over Misery?

It’s that time of the year when the bright days of summer begin to wind down which take an unfortunate toll on the younger generations as most of us struggle to go back to our respective educational institutions. As times… Continue Reading →

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Singapore Summit’18 – The Trump-Kim Parallel

North Korea has always had a significant quantity of weapons. After 2003, it has no longer been a party to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT). In 1963 North Korea had asked for help in the development… Continue Reading →

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Federation Cup – Roller Hockey

To all the people out there who never get the sport I play, this one is for you. “Roller Skating” commonly known as “Speed Skating” has always been a very popular sport in our country. Not only is it a… Continue Reading →

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Types of Kmitians This Summer

Letting go of the scorching summer heat and embracing monsoon with open hands, the teens are yet to start another academic year. Some eager, some bored, some filled with anticipation and others with dread to say goodbye to their freedom…. Continue Reading →

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OnePlus Bullets Wireless Review

OnePlus is a renowned company which makes smartphones in a budget-friendly price, giving a lot of competition to the flagship phones of other companies. But recently, they have also entered into the wireless headphones market which was started by Apple… Continue Reading →

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Monsoon Must-Haves

It’s officially the end of scorching summer and rising temperatures! Take a moment to let that sentence sink in. The monsoon is here to bring along the much-needed respite from the heat. It’s about time we organize a cheerful wardrobe,… Continue Reading →

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Groove 9 Review

Fed up with a routine brunch? Looking for fresh air and pleasant environment while sipping your favourite drink? Here is one of the best places for you: “GROOVE9”. A couple of days ago, while scrolling through my news feed, I… Continue Reading →

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