Editorial: “Blink of an Eye”

It’s almost the end of this year and the time to let the beginning of winter warm our hearts. Speaking of endings, here we are drafting the editorial of our farewell edition. It only feels like yesterday when we wrote… Continue Reading →

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The Maharaja’s Expenditure

On 8th October 2020, the Tata group won the bid for Air India for Rs.18000 crores, a far cry from the Rs.2.5 crores, at which it was sold to the Jawaharlal government. Ahh, forgive me, where are my missing manners?… Continue Reading →

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Well No, But Actually Yes

As Jesse yawned yet again for the 4th time in 3 minutes, he realized it was time to sleep. So he paused the “bill wurtz – history of the entire world, I guess” video on his laptop, and kept a… Continue Reading →

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Little Did I Know…

TRIGGER WARNING: This article contains instances of extreme violence associated with the 26/11 Mumbai attacks, reader discretion is advised. Life can come out as different things at different instances but of all, it is extremely unpredictable. One can only hope… Continue Reading →

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Growing up with the 99th Precinct

[SPOILER ALERT] This article may contain revelations that would leave you saying, “Cool, cool, cool, cool, cool. No doubt, no doubt, no doubt.” Proceed at your own risk *danger emojis*. Amy walks over to the board and adds one point… Continue Reading →

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About Failures from Failures

“Those who dare to fail miserably can achieve greatly”- John F Kennedy. My learnings from failures have been highly subjective at various points in my life. From me optimistically considering them as a stepping stone to being dejected and calling… Continue Reading →

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A War Within

Our fates intertwined through wedlock, Married life with a soldier, no cakewalk. Adorning the hats of both a mother and a father, Remember, we have now and always got each other.   Tales of your valour, the kids’ beloved story,… Continue Reading →

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The journey of a pen : The End

I’m trembling now in the hands of a writer, as a wave of nostalgia and memories, flows through my ink. I lay motionless in-between his fingers while he gazes out of the window, probably recollecting all the pages we journeyed… Continue Reading →

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Red Room

TRIGGER WARNING: This article contains instances of extreme violence. Reader discretion is advised. It was a hot, blazing afternoon. I was gaming with my friends. The doorbell rang out of nowhere and I couldn’t think of anyone who would visit… Continue Reading →

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Locke and Key: The Return Of The Magical Keys

Disclaimer: This is a review of the Second season of Locke & Key, which premiered on Netflix on October 22, 2021. Although there are no major reveals of season 2, this article may contain a few spoilers from Season 1,… Continue Reading →

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Thalaivii – A Review

The Parliament scene that happened thirty-two years ago in March 1989 was the turning point of Tamil Nadu politics. The movie starts with this unforgettable assembly scene that turned the tables on upcoming politics in Tamil Nadu. Four-time National film… Continue Reading →

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Of Lost Stories and Missed Trains

TRIGGER WARNING: This article contains instances of extreme violence associated with The Partition of India and Pakistan, reader discretion is advised. We returned home from the Gurudwara. I headed towards my room and plopped onto the bed,  shot my head… Continue Reading →

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The Evolution of Smartphones

What makes a modern smartphone smart is its ability to connect to the internet and its functions like video playback, music, cameras, and gaming. The Candybar touchscreen form factor of smartphones has been in existence since 2006 or so, the… Continue Reading →

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For My Teacher

I was astray and in darkness, wandering around When you unshackled the beam of light within me You were a prism that deflected me into a new realm Brought out a spectrum of colors I was ignorant of   I… Continue Reading →

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Hustling in the Eye of the Pandemic

There’s no denying that the pandemic has taken a toll on our physical and mental health, as well as general productivity. This is especially true in the case of teenagers and young adults. According to a survey organized by UNICEF… Continue Reading →

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Nature’s “BLINK”

It was New Year’s Eve of 2019 and another seemingly ordinary year for me was coming to an end with a breathtaking view. The sun was presiding over the majestic hills of Nuwara Eliya, giving the stratus clouds a candy-like… Continue Reading →

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Time Marches On

From the beginning of everything, all I wished for, Was to be anything other than a phenomenon. All I wanted was to be alive and be missed, But I only have one path now, I march on.   Constant and… Continue Reading →

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