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Readers, July, a shift of the seasons towards the bluesy kind;  One best enjoyed at home, sipping on hot beverages – a joy compounded by the act of reading. “Read what?”, you ask. We have just the articles – with… Continue Reading →

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Overwatch: The first anniversary.

In full momentum with no hint of stopping any time soon, Overwatch has completed its first year, gathering a player base of 30 million, courtesy the very receptive embrace by the gaming community which has proliferated the game’s universe to… Continue Reading →

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Diarios de viaje

Summer time, popular tourist spots, popular tourist sites, typical photographs and typical stories. I prefer the road less taken. This summer I was lucky enough, to visit a remote place called “Bhaderwah” located on the foothills of Himalayan Mountains in… Continue Reading →

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Kotlin: A New Programming Trend

Kotlin is a fairly new programming language built by 20 developers, give or take a few, at JetBrains. It was released in 2016 and was embraced by a lot of programmers. You might have heard of it very recently, with… Continue Reading →

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The Ocean At the End Of The Lane: A review

A man, sharply dressed, returns to his hometown for a funeral – and funerals are grim events. This man – our protagonist –  before heading to his sister’s house, attempts to clear his head and prepare himself for the endless,… Continue Reading →

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Do robots deserve rights?

Imagine a future where your toaster can anticipate what kind of toast you want. During the day, it scans the internet for new and exciting kinds of toast; maybe it asks you about your day and wants to chat about… Continue Reading →

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The Slow Demise Of Indian Daily Soaps!

                      The one thing apart from friends that has helped me endure the course of engineering has been the T.V shows and will continue to be for the coming one year…. Continue Reading →

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London Bridge is falling down.

    “It is like watching a nation busily engaged in heaping up its own funeral pyre.”, said British conservative, Enoch Powell. On 19th June 2017, several people outside a mosque at Finsbury park in London were victimised to an… Continue Reading →

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THE RISE OF “STAND UP COMEDY “

    Just a few months ago I was a person who had to google what standup comedy is and today I sit laughing, watching it for hours. It is now a captivating work of entertainment for many of us…. Continue Reading →

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COORG

“Travelling – it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.” – Ibn Battuta   There’s a different allure to living out of a suitcase: it gives you a sense of being nomadic… And so, when my friends came… Continue Reading →

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About Four Liverpudians.

                          It was 1960 when the world was recovering from the magic that Elvis Presley had left before his hiatus and little did the people know that there… Continue Reading →

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Welcoming Change

Vijay and Vani lived in a posh neighbourhood. On Vani’s birthday, they received a beautiful kaleidoscope, from their niece – Nikita. It wasn’t the kaleidoscope that moved them, but the note that was attached with it. Dear Vani and Vijay,… Continue Reading →

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