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When Red meant ‘Go’

“Ashwadh?”called out Anshula to her brother. “Yes, Anshu”, Ashwadh came out of his room to sit beside his twin sister. “I’ve looked up just as you told me to.  There is a two bedroom flat in the Orange blooms. Mom… Continue Reading →

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Till death do us apart

The renowned author and politician Sir Jeffrey Archer is well-known for his novels of deceit, fascination and mystery. Old love is a heartwarming story about two scholars of English literature from Oxford. It is said that love is a conventional… Continue Reading →

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And the Mountains Echoed – Khaled Hosseni

I found a sad little fairy Beneath the shade of a paper tree I know a sad little fairy Who was blown away by the wind one night. Pari and Abdullah- brother and sister according to providence but parent and… Continue Reading →

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Persuasion vs. Conviction

Inside room 101, in the building of the Ministry of  Love, O’brien converses with a medic before they begin their treatment, or thought-correction one ought to say, to Winston Smith who is found guilty of thoughtcrime.  O’Brien: What’s two plus… Continue Reading →

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Evolution Of Tablets

When most people think of the first tablet, they remember Steve Jobs and the iPad from 2010. However, the history of Tablet computers goes back further than the last 5 years. Many believe that the first tablet computer was the “Linus… Continue Reading →

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Think. Integrate. Evolve.

This time around, the team has marvelously shared the load of work despite stringent schedules.  Breaking tasks into sub tasks enabled us to meet our deadlines in a more effective way. While the senior team were busy with the book… Continue Reading →

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No Bake Oreo Choco-Bars

Hey everyone!! This new year, try something delicious by making these simple choco- bars. It’s time for you to plan something different for your friends and for yourself this year.Hmm..let’s think. Well, I have an idea!!!  Why not test your cooking skills… Continue Reading →

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Author Spotlight : O Henry

“I’ll give you the whole secret to short story writing. Here it is. Rule 1: Write stories that please yourself. There is no Rule 2.”  ― O. Henry William Sidney Porter better known by his pen name “O Henry” was… Continue Reading →

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MUST READS OF 2015

With 2015 coming to an end, take a sneak-peak at the must reads of this going year. With the holiday season coming up, snuggle into your cozy blanket with these splendid books. Here’s a bucket list few books of 2015,… Continue Reading →

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Timeless Escapade

The book “Orlando” is by Virginia Woolf, a strong feminist and an even better writer. The story spanning over 300 years follows the tale of Orlando and his high spirit escapades during which Orlando ages only 36 years. The book… Continue Reading →

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The Brave and The Savage

She draped the sari across her chest, its hanging length anchored at her shoulder. The fragile folds of her locks encircled her ears and revealed the ersatz chandeliers that lit up her face. Pressing a round Bindi in the space… Continue Reading →

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Choose the right path

It’s just me and him, in this beautiful “boat of destiny”. There is blue up and blue everywhere. And the ocean was dancing to the beautiful tunes played by the waves and so was life. It was the mesmerising moment… 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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