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The festive edition, Oct 2016

Pink Review

When the infamous documentary titled “India’s daughter” courted controversy for a number of reasons, one article stood out in its criticism: it accused the documentary of exploring the 2012 Delhi gang rape victim’s past of “good behaviour” to gain unlikely… Continue Reading →

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From Ticket Collector to a Trophy Collector

We know us Indians don’t reckon cricket just as a sport and Bollywood just as a means of entertainment. So when heard that a biopic was being made on our Captain Cool, we couldn’t have asked for anything more, could… Continue Reading →

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JCI Elocution Competition

If you can speak, you can influence. If you can influence, you can change lives Whether we speak in a team meeting or in front of large audience, all of us have come across public speaking from time to time…. Continue Reading →

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iPhone 7 Review

Apple claims that, the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus, which were launched on the 7th of September, are the best iPhones the company has ever created. On the surface, they don’t look significantly different from the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s… Continue Reading →

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Editor’s Note

This edition we are going all ‘Festive’, as the festive season has begun with Dusshera, Bathukamma, Diwali and Christmas lined up. Everyone is already busy with preparations and celebrations. I’m sure you might be making decisions about what to buy,… Continue Reading →

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The Dark Robe

  I grew up stealing parts of lives through writers. I dined with the powerful, shook hands with the mighty , had high-tea with the English…words were my friends. The world was at my feet. But as all stories go,… Continue Reading →

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Celebrating Festivals – What has changed?

In  Indian culture, there was a time when there used to be a festival every day of the year – 365 festivals in a year – because a festival is a tool to bring life to a state of exuberance… Continue Reading →

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Nine Dishes for Nine Days

Haven’t you heard, we eat with our eyes first! Taste on the other hand comes in later with texture and sound. The link between visual senses and perception of flavors is very strong. Otherwise why would a picture of food… Continue Reading →

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Vogue- The Evolution

Fashion is a trend, it changes with time With festive season around the corner, we see traditional attire in a renewed splendour. Perhaps the most endearing quality of Indian women is the range of comely apparels that they adorn. Clothing… Continue Reading →

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What to wear this Festive Season?

  India proclaims the start of festive season from the beginning of October till the end of November. It is the time when the entire country is tinged in colors of celebrations, enthusiasm and devotion. It begins with Navaratri followed… Continue Reading →

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What to Watch: Stranger Things

Anybody who has ever picked up a Stephen king novel or watched an episode of the Goosebumps series will be familiar with 80’s inspired horror that had equal amounts of spine-tingling chills and queasy gore. Stranger Things, a Netflix original… Continue Reading →

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Rolling in the Deep – Mira Grant

Seanan McGuire is an american author and filker. In 2010, she was awarded the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer by the 2010 World Science Fiction Convention, largely because of her urban fantasy/detective story Rosemary and Rue (2009)…. Continue Reading →

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Changing values

Being born into a traditional and conservative family had its own share of setbacks. Personally, for one, logic was always trampled upon. Logic was this little, timid guy who used to stand outside the door, who I always nursed a… Continue Reading →

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