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March 2020

Editorial- March 2020

Hello dear readers, welcome to kMITRA’s 45th edition. It’s the month of March and this month has always been one of our most favourite months as kids. The last academic month before the summer vacation and the month of the… Continue Reading →

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Holi: A tale of colourful grey hues

“Maiyya! Radha called me black, again!” The dark-toned Krishna cried while running back to his queen mother Yashoda. “Lalla”, Yoshada smiled as she took some turmeric powder in her hand and applied it across Krishna’s arm. “See, now you are… Continue Reading →

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Beach in the city – Shore

7th March 2020, for anyone, might seem like just any other day but not for us KMITians. The most anticipated event of our college, the KMIT evening, was held on the 7th. A beach day with friends can never go… Continue Reading →

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Indian Premier League – Connecting a billion hearts

India is a country that is home to more than one billion people belonging to diverse backgrounds of culture, tradition, and ethnicity. People here walk on different paths of life brimming with activity every day. Sometimes I wonder if they… Continue Reading →

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Rainbows Reign

“God doesn’t make mistakes and has made each of us in his own image. God is simply love. There should be no fear in love.” — Martin O’Malley A‌ ‌study‌ ‌found‌ ‌that‌ ‌out‌ ‌of‌ ‌the‌ ‌world‌ ‌population‌ ‌of‌ ‌7.7‌ ‌billion‌ ‌people,‌… Continue Reading →

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War and Pain

It’s the summer of 1917. The kids should be playing in the sunflower fields, while Rachel should be preparing sandwiches under the trees. However, they are probably hiding in the basement, praying. The last letter from her told me that… Continue Reading →

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The Puppet

Another day, another boy in the town was missing. That was the sixth in two weeks. Half of the town had evacuated. The rest are either too afraid to leave or are now broken families who have gone crazy due… Continue Reading →

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Till Death Do Us Apart

Dawn was winding when Aahil was trying hard to get some sleep. He used his hands to cover his ears and sometimes even buried his head under a pillow. He couldn’t listen to the onslaught of verbal abuse going high… Continue Reading →

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Luminous Nightmare

Lip, dip, paint. Grace Fryer was 18 years old when she first heard these words – eager, ambitious and ready to take on the world. She was employed as a dial painter with Radium Luminous Materials Corporation. Six years later,… Continue Reading →

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Indians and traffic rules

 Note: This is a satire and is only meant to be conveyed humorously. It is to be taken lightly and is not intended to oppose, demean or insult anyone. Traffic in India can be interpreted as a “flowing river”. A… Continue Reading →

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KMIT as Hogwarts

Behold young wizards, welcome to the world of magic. I welcome you to the school of witchcraft and wizardry, Keshav Memorial Institute of Technology. You initially start your journey by getting sorted into four different houses that are CSE, IT,… Continue Reading →

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Is there another YOU?

The Big Bang Theory is the leading explanation of how the universe began. Did you know, some scientists believe that when this happened, an alternate universe was created? They believe it is an anti universe, a mirror image of our… Continue Reading →

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The Legend of the humans

Do you think there will be life on Earth after we go extinct? In the far-far future, long after both humans and life as we know cease to exist, do you think there will be someone wondering about us? Imagine… Continue Reading →

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If only for once, I could be God

Look at that elegant albatross, Spanning its wings wide and bright, Embellishing the creation’s might, Squeaking aloud as it soars across.   Look at those lustrous fireflies, Invariably fluttering outdoors, To endeavour worldly chores, Like stars in a mortal guise…. Continue Reading →

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The Illusion Of Free Will

As humans, it’s natural to believe that we are in control of the actions we take. After all, conscious control over our actions is what makes us humans and not programmed machines. You might feel that you freely chose to… Continue Reading →

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The Scented Summers Of Childhood

It was a hot summer day. Wedding preparations had begun; Meera and her cousins were resting after making the preparations. The sun was shining brightly, lighting up every corner of the room. Sunny and Mohit were listening to music, Sona… Continue Reading →

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Bidding Adieu!

I vividly remember the summer of 2016. After a period of what I would like to call a struggle, I managed to get over with two years in a cliche corporate college. I had given my twelth-grade board exams in… Continue Reading →

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Do You See What I See?

David wakes up to find everything unusual. The glittering sun rays that spread various hues of shine are not silver or gold, the grass is not green, the sky is not blue. Everything in sight is anomalistic to him. In… Continue Reading →

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How Far Would You Run?

“RYAN! RYAN!” “Yeahh..” came a faint response from upstairs. “If you aren’t down here in the next five minutes, you might as well change into your pyjamas and tuck yourself into bed.” yelled Evelyn from the living room, throwing books… Continue Reading →

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Being remembered

Life, as beautiful as it is, we all have to say our good-byes someday. Have you ever wondered what comes after your death? Are you forgotten as quickly as a flash, merely in the blink of an eye? Or are… Continue Reading →

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