The ‘Not’ Social Media: Age of Distorted Connections

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PINKY PANDEY 'In our togetherness, castles are built', says an Irish proverb. Not stressing much on what it means, we all are acquainted with the idea of being together, being connected. The word 'connection' brings to our mind an immediate imagery of being in touch with our people while sharing our thick and thins. The... Continue Reading →

Longing by Arunima

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I've begun to learn what longing means. It's not the post 2 am missing- It's the 8 am Getting ready to work And bam! You long for them As you shove cereal into your mouth Because you're late. Missing is when you stare At their name on the phone Knowing they're probably Texting that other... Continue Reading →

In The Name Of Love by Sumona Chetia

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She has been in a relationship with that person for the last four years hence it's very natural for her to let him thrash her once in a while. "My fault," she says every time I question her about the bruises. I found her lying on the hospital bed with a complaint of fatigue. The... Continue Reading →

Sumona Chetia Takes Over Wednesdays on TVM

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#theventmachine feels proud to announce that Sumona Chetia has joined the team. Read her insightful pieces every Wednesday at #guestblogger #tvmtheblog #collaboration

When I Met Little Miss Bento At World’s First Kumoya Toki-doki Pop Up Cafe

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Little Miss Bento aka Shirley Wong Loves Doodling and Packing Lunch Boxes - This Led Her to BecomeĀ A Renowned Food Artist What comes to our mind when someone mentions food? Taste and if we think a little harder - presentation. Enter Miss Shirley Wong and your food is not only appealing to your taste buds... Continue Reading →

In Conversation With India’s Love Coach and No. 1 Radio Jockey – RJ Rahul Makin

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"Main Rahul Makin Banna Chahta Hun"Ā Not one but many of the students that I interviewed during my stint as a Journalism Professor in New Delhi said this to me. RJ Rahul Makin has been the reason behind many young aspirants dreaming to be a voice that matters and stands for change. Today, we know him... Continue Reading →

How Being A Potterhead Made My Childhood Better

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Dear J.K Rowling, I owe you my sanity. I was 9 when I held the first Harry Potter book in my hands. It was the very first edition of "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone". I don't quite remember who bought me my first HP book - I think it was my Grandfather. I remember... Continue Reading →

This State-level Silver Medalist in Yoga from Bihar is a Tabla Player and A Social Media Influencer

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Meet 21 year old Satyapal Kumar, a pass out from Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya (Kaimur) who is a multi-tasker to say the least. Satyapal is a state-level silver medalist in Yoga and a passionate tabla player. He is also a social media influencer. Satyapal belongs to Sasaram, which lies in the Rohtas district of Bihar. This... Continue Reading →

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