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Orange soda

Crimson bleeds into the blue sky, The blazing sun finally starts to set. A soothing breeze whispers promises of relief, Replacing the air that was so warm moments ago.   Kids chase each other in the park, Popsicles in their… Continue Reading →

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Hero or villain? a sonic journey

Consider playing the following sequence of images in your mind: Cold air whooshing against your face, the night is restless as it groans with promises of sinister forces at work. You’re standing on the top floor of your lavish headquarters,… Continue Reading →

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5 drinks to beat the summer heat

Here’s the thing. Hot chai has been an unapologetic go-to for me, regardless of season. But this time around, the summer heat has forced me to look the other way whenever I see a chai tapri. So, to quench my… Continue Reading →

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The woe of wooing 

Love — the one thing everyone chases, the thing that looks ever so simple yet intricate, the one thing that is not confined to a single human but to everything that lives and breathes. Let me break this cycle down… Continue Reading →

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The National Educational Policy – all you need to know!

Education policy in India has been the same for 34 years and has not changed until 2020 when the Ministry of Education (formerly the MHRD) formulated a completely reformed education policy. It was adopted by the Indian Government in 2023… Continue Reading →

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Top five weathers of all time

As summer amps up, the one topic on everyone’s mind is the weather. The oppressive heat has become a part of our daily schedule–changing our plans and diets, affecting our commute, and even conversations. Almost everyone with whom I made… Continue Reading →

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A search in secret India- book review

When I was 12 years old, I came across a Telugu translation of “A Search in Secret India” by Dr. Paul Brunton, and it was an incredible experience. From the moment I started reading, I was so drawn to the… Continue Reading →

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Summer-then, now and later

I had just finished gobbling an entire plate of rajma and rice followed by a cup of mouthwatering aamras (mango pulp). The dessert was working like a lullaby for my taste buds and was making me sleepy! I had only… Continue Reading →

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Editorial

The days are longer, the sun is brighter, and ice cream carts have re-emerged. It’s officially summer- the season of relaxation and rejuvenation. Though the rising temperatures have made it almost impossible to step out without wanting to curl back… Continue Reading →

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Editorial

Diversity is the spice of life that adds chaos to our perspectives, pushing us to explore the unknown and find beauty in the unexpected. Diversity brings about a richness of experiences and perspectives that can broaden our horizons and challenge… Continue Reading →

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The price of play

Looking back at my childhood, memories of loneliness and hardship come to mind. I was seven years old when a particularly devastating event occurred that permanently altered my life. On a seemingly ordinary Friday afternoon, I was looking at what… Continue Reading →

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Exploring a Dystopian Future: The Story of Rebellion on Mars

May 31, 2120: The spaceship is out of radar range, there’s no connection, the system is out of control, all machines are failing, and the spaceship peregrinates with no direction. There’s smoke emerging. It is beginning to move aimlessly with… Continue Reading →

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Why I watch Anupama without being blackmailed

I’m going to start this article with a flex: I watched all 809 episodes of Anupama. Now you may either call me a pseudo-feminist with zero social life or a man who just loves watching shows with his grandmother. While… Continue Reading →

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To All the Lays’ I’ve Loved Before

When I was asked to give an account of my top three Lay’s flavors, I thought it was easy. Well, trying to figure it out has been a ride. In the process of coming to the said conclusion, I tried… Continue Reading →

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Cooking up a storm: The ultimate guide to make your ex regret everything

Seeing the campus teeming with couples all around has me seething with a certain degree of annoyance. If you’re reading this, chances are you’re either single like me or perhaps you have an ex who you want to see suffer…. Continue Reading →

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Discovering the best photographers from Hyderabad on social media

Hyderabad is a city filled with history, culture, and vibrant colors. From the iconic Charminar to the stunning Golconda Fort, Hyderabad is a photographer’s paradise. In my opinion, photography here is driven by emotions more than anything. “Biryani, Iranian tea,… Continue Reading →

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Zombie Apocalypse

“Tofuuuuu” was what Basheer heard before he blanked out. He woke up groggily. He looked around and realized he was lying on the footpath of an alley. He stood up slowly and made his way out. He saw a faint… Continue Reading →

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Black Fire II

Abstract art is one of the most divisive things to ever exist. People that watched Oopiri know exactly what I’m talking about, but I’m sure we are all familiar with the running joke about abstract art: the mental image of… Continue Reading →

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