50 Shades of Rahul Gandhi – Pinky Pandey

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Pappu for Netizens, Shehzada for BJP, a golden hen for coalitions and probably the only hope for Congress - Rahul Gandhi has been a figure of amalgamation in Indian politics. Most of his active years have seen him in the core of the country’s power struggles and mustered him a grey image in the eyes of Indian... Continue Reading →

Bright Lights, Blind Sight by Arunima

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Bright Lights, Blind Sight Pretty lights and empty bars Cigarettes and people in shiny cars. Pretentious happiness lurking outside While internally, we're drinking to die. Drowning in loud music Of pathetic cover songs. Asking for the bill But fuck that loud sound! I guess the music's too loud Because are voices are not - Maybe... Continue Reading →

Cinderella Song by Arunima

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The bell rang and I woke up To the sound of my alarm - I'm back in my own bed And the routine begins again. I wish my life could pause In moments when I'm happy, In moments when my heart smiles And during those days when I knew That tomorrow will still be ours.... Continue Reading →

Celebrity Watch : Sumona Chetia

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While religiously scrolling through my Instagram explore page I came across the latest picture of Bollywood actress Disha Patani. The actress had posted a picture of her clad in a red bikini. Honestly, I envied every inch of her toned body, but at the back of my mind, I was sure that this picture might... Continue Reading →

What Does it Take to Be A Great Entrepreneur? – Kartikey Gautam

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“All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them.” - Walt Disney An entrepreneur is a person responsible for setting up a business or an enterprise. He has the initiative, skill for innovation and who looks for high achievements. He is a catalytic agent of change and works for the benefit... Continue Reading →

How I Celebrated Teej in Singapore

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First of all I am sorry that this blog is coming in late but I guess you can forgive me as I was recovering from a 48-hour long fast. However, here I am and as promised I am going to share with you how I celebrated Teej in Singapore. This was my second year and... Continue Reading →

Daryl Qilin Yam, Author of Kappa Quartet Talks InstaPoets, Getting Published and Queerness

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One of the best things about being a journalist/blogger in a foreign country is that I get to understand things with a fresh perspective. Another perk, which I absolutely love, is that I get to meet and interview international artists - photographers, writers, painters and other awesome creative beings. One of the highlights of one... Continue Reading →

ONE SERENA FOR ALL : Sumona Chetia

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“I just want to tell you guys she played well and this is her first grand slam. I know you guys were rooting, and I was rooting too, but let's make this the best moment we can. We'll get through it. Let's give everyone the credit where credit's due. Let's not boo anymore. We're going... Continue Reading →

Naha Kha – Bathe, Worship and Then Eat

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Tomorrow, on 11th of September, Teej celebrations begin. One day ahead of Teej, the tradition of Naha Kha is observed. This literally means bathe and eat. The ritual, though, has some additional practices as well.  Here's explaining Naha Kha: Women wake up early to take a ritualistic bath and get ready. They clean the mandir and offer prayers to Lord Shiva... Continue Reading →

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