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Praharshita Krishna

A New Leaf

“The only difference between a mob and a trained army is organization.”  -Calvin Coolidge If your efforts towards a good grade last semester resembled a mob more than an army, I guess you’re in the right place.And if you’ve sworn… Continue Reading →

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Interview with Venture Capitalist Krishna Kolluri

It takes a certain knack, brilliance and keen observation to be able to understand which companies would prosper and which would perish given proper funding and guidance.Not to mention a certain affability and the ability to convince the founders of… Continue Reading →

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The Revenant

If you prick us do we not bleed? If you tickle us do we not laugh? If you poison us do we not die? And if you wrong us shall we not revenge? -William Shakespeare The Revenant is about the… Continue Reading →

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Evidence-lost and forgotten…

J.Edgar Hoover ,the first FBI director said that his previous profession as a librarian gave him inspiration to collect evidence to see the crime committed in its entirety. “This job …trained me in the value of collating material. It gave… Continue Reading →

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FOR THE LOVE OF ALL THAT’S OPEN!

Free and Open Source Hardware or FOSH by any other name would make electronics enthusiasts feel just as happy. The reason I am waxing poetic about this game changing congregation of absolute brilliance, is that there are some humongous changes that have… Continue Reading →

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What good can come from reparations?

  Shashi Tharoor’s speech in the Oxford Union on the topic “Does Britain Owe Reparations?” has gone viral, been debated and digested and lauded all over the country. The questions through the entire session of eight very respected speakers were… Continue Reading →

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Wings Of Fire Laid To Rest

My message, especially to young people is to have courage to think differently, courage to invent, to travel the unexplored path, courage to discover the impossible and to conquer the problems and succeed. These are great qualities that they must… Continue Reading →

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Scion Of Ikshvaku – Review

With e-books eating into publishers profit, it seems the marketing dept. at Westland Ltd. has come up with innovative strategies. Amazon and Flipkart mass ordering the book even before it hits  the shelf ensures it’s success, but what surprised me… Continue Reading →

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Lasting Impressions

A genuine leader is not a searcher for consensus but a molder of consensus.                                                    … Continue Reading →

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Apophenia

Apophenia /æpɵˈfiːniə/ is the experience of perceiving patterns or connections in random or meaningless data. The need to seek patterns is wonderful, as it is in essence responsible for us coming up with the laws of physics,mathematical theorems, understanding the… Continue Reading →

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Saanjh-e-KMIT 2015

The sudden increase in number of college activities has Kmitians positively brimming with excitement… With three events in a span of a week you could feel the college alive with people bustling out of classes to get where they want… Continue Reading →

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Crane vs. AK-49

  If you haven’t been paying attention to the news lately,something quite interesting has been happening in Delhi.Mrs. Kiran Bedi has been drafted by the big guys to play for them against AAP . Considering the fact that if Arvind… Continue Reading →

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Quizzically Fit!

The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existing. -Albert Einstein   http://i.imgur.com/4wCKpdEl.jpg Our thirst for knowledge wills us to rise above all other creatures of nature. We question and analyze things till they… Continue Reading →

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Previous Articles

  Tejpal causes a “Tehelka”-http://kmit.in/emagazine/op-eds/tejpal-causes-tehelka/ Clean Sweep-The broom brushes off political relics of six and a half decades-http://kmit.in/emagazine/op-eds/delhielections-aap Brain Implants-http://kmit.in/emagazine/science-and-technology/brain-implants/ Store data for a million years!!!-http://kmit.in/emagazine/science-and-technology/datastorage TWEET FOR TAT-http://kmit.in/emagazine/uncategorized/tweet-tat/ THE GAIN IN OUR LOSS-http://kmit.in/emagazine/uncategorized/gain-loss/ PRODIGIES-NATURE VS. NURTURE – http://kmit.in/emagazine/op-eds/prodigies-nature-vs-nurture/ SELFIE ENVY-http://kmit.in/emagazine/uncategorized/selfie-envy/… Continue Reading →

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Nobel was never quite so Noble

One, a child rights activist, the other, a Taliban attack survivor.

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Big Hero 6

Big Hero Six is another movie about two orphaned brothers raised by their aunt, who are interested in robotics.

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The Restaurant At The End Of The Universe-Douglas Adams

Ever thought about your food preferences and your reasoning behind it? Sound or otherwise? Whether you are one of the noble green eaters or the proud meat eaters, you will definitely have a different take on food after you read… Continue Reading →

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Don’t Panic…

The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy,is not just one of those books you read… Its one of those books that you fall in love with,get obsessed with,repeat all the arguments in your head,thoroughly masticate and digest every idea in the… Continue Reading →

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Book yourself before you bore yourself…

Reserve the quietest reading nook in your house people because the KMIT book club is in town. We’ve got classics like Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy for the science fiction afficionados out there. To Kill A Mockingbird for the social… Continue Reading →

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Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte

The Bronte sisters were the first of all female writers paving their own path… Virginia Woolf has aptly captured in her essay ” A room of one’s own” that the mindset of men and women are completely different and that we… Continue Reading →

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Half-Girlfriend-Chetan Bhagat

Chetan Bhagat has done it again and I must say there is an increased level of depth to his novels with each one of them as the years pass by, but there is also an increased commercial feel to his books,… Continue Reading →

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“We do not remember days, we remember moments.”  #KMITDNYT                                                                 

As predicted everyone lost their inhibitions and came on the dance floor to shake a leg.. But I am getting ahead of myself.Although I couldn’t see the Bathukamma festival I was told by my jubilant  juniors that they had tons… Continue Reading →

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TERI MAA KA…

Before you come at me with brick bats I will defend myself by saying that my only crime is by omission… Now that I have your attention,I would like to tell you that the UN does not approve of our movies… Why… Continue Reading →

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KMIT DANDIYA NIGHT 2014

The most awaited event at KMIT has come to pass.. It’s that time of the year again where you dust off your dandiya sticks and partake in some frivolous merry making with all co-KMITians… And this year we have a… Continue Reading →

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Schadenfreude-An Evolutionary Tool?

Schadenfreude- is pleasure derived from the misfortunes of others. The feeling of happiness when you see someone you envy ,fall in life and get all bruised up. Kind of like when the teachers favorite student gets the least marks. How has… Continue Reading →

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Oh no, you didnt!

Overturning paradigms and how we need to deal with them.:-(The long version) We’ve all at some point of time or the other rooted for the hero who would swoop down all suave knight in shining armour, save the damsel in… Continue Reading →

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