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5 Things we demand from the GHMC Elections

“Democracy is being allowed to vote for the candidate you dislike least.” –  Robert Byrne Most of us are unaware of the duties of our nominees who stand up in an election. Truth is we don’t have to know them… Continue Reading →

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Down the Make Up Aisle

Make-up is an art. It’s just like painting. Instead of doing it on canvas we do it on our face. Beauty, to me, is being comfortable in your own skin. But hey,  red lips never hurt anyone! You need not… Continue Reading →

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Drones-Engineering Marvels

Drones , Quad-copters  or   Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) are the machines of new era. They are the most advanced equipment in Robotics, Aeronautics and Electronics. Basically drones are multi-rotor copter with four arms, each of which have a motor and… Continue Reading →

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THE MODEL S

 Not having to wait is a luxury. Ideally, the less time you spend doing something unpleasant, the more time you have to do something worthwhile. But it never quite works out that way. The Tesla Model S P85D is built… Continue Reading →

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Call him Gustav: A story

Gustav Garcia, an Italian artist and a pioneer of mixed medium art sat pensively reclining in his rustic arm chair reading an article about himself in the newspaper. The unusual glow that veneered his face was a testimony to his… Continue Reading →

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The lost key

One day, people saw Mulla Nasruddin out in the street searching frantically for something. The inquisitive nature of man was at work. “What are you searching for, Mulla?”, they enquired. “I’ve lost my key”, replied Mulla. As is the helping nature of… Continue Reading →

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Youth

Strong wills, fragile hearts. Big dreams, small efforts. Confident bodies, inexperienced souls.Warm nature, cold attitude. We’re the youth. Walking with heavy hearts and helpless minds,Trying to move on after bitter goodbyes. Stitching our torn hearts,Blaming fate for our misfortunes. Plastic… Continue Reading →

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Airlift Review

Airlift witnesses one of the most remarkable events in the history. The movie is based on the world’s largest civil evacuation of over 1, 70,000 Indians who were stranded in Kuwait. Akshay Kumar essays the role of Ranjit Katyal, a Kuwait based… Continue Reading →

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  SORRY. NOT SORRY.

   I never got hung up on apologizing too much. After all, I’ve always felt actions speak louder than words.  As nice as it may be to hear those two special words — “I’m sorry” — ultimately, they’re just that:… Continue Reading →

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The Phone Call

“Navya! I am so happy you came over. I really wanted to leave.” It’s Ramya’s college reunion and since Jiju was out of town, I had to come over to look after the twins. Ramya had draped herself in a beautiful… Continue Reading →

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A tribute to Alan Rickman-The Half-Blood Prince

I remember the very first time I saw the Sorcerer’s stone. I don’t remember when I saw it, or who I saw it with, but the one thing I do remember is the sheer joy I felt upon looking at this… Continue Reading →

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The Quest For The Demand Draft

After Intermediate, during the time when all of us were free for a good three months and did not know what to do with ourselves, my mother suggested I should attend personality development classes being conducted in CELT(Center for English… Continue Reading →

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Must-have Apps: Part Two

Scribd App Store Rating: 4 & 1/2 stars Play Store Rating: 4 stars Getting the book you want from a library with a very limited supply of books (like say 40 STM books for 300 CSE students, tough job!) is… Continue Reading →

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Her & Him: A Story

She was destined to be knowledgeable and wise. T’was kindled by her inquisitive fire as a girl. She grew and matured into an exemplary woman; One who could confront all that life would hurl at her.   In due course… Continue Reading →

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