Manu Bhaker: The rising star

Manu Bhaker: A teen sensation A few months back, when Manushi Chillar became Miss World, every bit of internet was

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The Remains Of The Day – Book Review

Author: Kazuo Ishiguro Paperback: 272 pages Publisher: Faber; Main edition (1 April 2010) Language: English ISBN-10: 0571258247 ISBN-13: 978-0571258246 Kazuo Ishiguro’s The Remains Of The Day is an

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Book Review – The Subtle Art of Not Giving A Fu*k by Mark Manson.

Book – The Subtle Art of Not Giving A Fu*k. Author – Mark Manson Genre: Self-Help Publisher: HarperCollins Pages: 210

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Book Review – Down The Lane of Memories by Baishali Deb

“The sweetest part of being a couple is sharing your life with someone else. But my life, evidently, had not

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In Conversation with Nisha Yadav

Question: Tell us something about you. How and when did you start writing? – I belong to a very small

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PADMAN- A constructive concept

I was thirteen then. We were in school, attending our science class. Ours was a co-educational school. I exactly remember

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A Cupid’s Tale

‘Oh my dear Cupid, When will I find my mate?’ ‘Oh my dear Cupid, When will you change my fate?’

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Live, because LIFE is worth living

All alone I sit Brushing my only tooth Caressing it with care Delaying the inevitable truth Everything has left me

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In Conversation with Mousumi Kalita Sachdeva

Here’s an exclusive interview with the contemporary Author, Mousumi Kalita Sachdeva who authored an inspirational true story bringing out the

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Book Review – Hell! No Saints in Paradise by A. K. Asif

Book – Hell! No Saints in Paradise Author – A. K. Asif Publisher – Harper Collins Genre – Urban Fiction,

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In Conversation with Baishali Deb

Here’s an exclusive interview with a contemporary young author, Baishali Deb who authored a fiction novel, “Down the Lane of

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Old Soul – Innocence or Ignorance?

I observed my dadi’s (grand mother) expressions with great care today. She is 75. We all have often read that

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Yes, I am 50, I love to click selfies…

Yes, I am 50 and I love clicking selfies. I know, I am enough old to rest on a rocking

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Dear New Year, Happy Birthday!

Dear New Year, Happy Birthday! You might not know this, but you’re one of those children who are extremely famous

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She has Changed for Herself!

SHE is Power! Pain is inevitable and so its comparison with a woman. Darkness finds its home in the life

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Australia regain the urn, now eyeing a clean sweep.

  Australia have regained the Ashes after they had lost it in the last Ashes series in England. The 2015

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Book Review – When Opposites Meet by Sachin Garg.

Genre – Romantic Fiction Publisher – HarperCollins Publications Pages – 205 When Opposites Meet has a very interesting story line.

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Short Read – Luck or Hard Work?

Here is a quick question to you if you have lost a track to meet your deadlines and goals –

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When you Choose to be parents out of fear

When I was attaining my degrees, I remember my classmates fusing about career and marriage. Some of my friends’ parents

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Book Review – Shiva Trilogy by Amish Tripathi

Shiva Trilogy by Amish Tripathi is a journey of a man who became a Living God. The idea of a

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Ashes : The fight for the urn, returns

The ashes season is back again. It’s been over two years now when this famous rivalry had their last encounter

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India is counted among the top 10 countries of highest rape crime

India is counted among the top ten countries with highest rape crime. We know, we better know that we are

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I miss you, Dad.

You worked all day. Fighting against the odds of your life You kicked the demons out Without even giving us

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In quest of the perfect health : A brief look into weight loss

  Ever since my early teens, I have been an overweight guy. I have always been working hard to attain

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My story on Should Prostitution be Criminalised?

Prostitution refers to the phenomenon of engaging in sexual activity in lieu of money. It is a work seen with

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Power comes with great responsibilities

Let’s keep today’s article aside and perform an experiment first. Ready? Open your Facebook or Instagram account and keep scrolling

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The Addiction called LIFE

As a student, I never thought clearing an interview would be difficult. After ten rejections though, life has shown me

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Book Review – Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini

“Every street of Kabul is enthralling to the eye, Through the bazaars, caravans of Egypt pass, One could not count

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The A to Z of Life

Addicting us to itself Life makes those unknown bonds And we, the mighty characters Stage the great drama We make it

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The Changing fortunes of the Indian bowling

When it comes to winning and dominating other sides, Indian cricket team has always relied on their strong batting. Bowling

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‘The alchemist’, a book not just a book

The Alchemist: A book that can change your lookout towards life. ” The Alchemist” by Paulo Coelho, is not just

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Welcome to the Society – A Rant by a Feminist.

Newest addition to the family. The society rejoiced. “She looks like her mother. She’ll be a teacher.” “Oh no. Look

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Brain Drain in India

Brain Drain in India Brain Drain is simply defined as the phenomenon where the qualified citizens of a nation leave

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My experiments with stand up Comedy

  Stand up comedy has grown immensely as an art form in India during the last few years. It has

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Daughter-in-law but not daughter

Most of the Indian girls have an irrational fear of getting married. As the fact goes that daughter-in-law is taken

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Get Angry, There’s Nothing Wrong In It

Anger!   A simple five letter word holds so much importance in our life. Some might say that all anger

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Book Review – Who Will Cry When You Die by Robin Sharma.

Book – Who Will Cry When You Die. Author – Robin Sharma. “When you were born, you cried while the

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Where is our ‘civilized’ society heading to?

It’s a time of shame and disgrace for the human society pertaining to the events that have recently taken place.

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Indian Education System needs to be reformed urgently.

‘An innocent, seven years old kid brutally murdered in the school,’ is the headline we have read only a few

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There is hope for Windies

            The 1970s and 1980s belonged to Westindies Cricket team. They produced the most talented

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Our love relationship

Being in a relationship or seeking for a relationship has become a trend these days. You would get considered incomplete

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What good are FADS that Fade away!

  Situation 1. “Do you have a boyfriend?” “no” “why?” “Because I prefer to own my freedom rather than a

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Celebrate, but with care!

People watched with curious eyes as a procession filled the main street. Some gathered in their balconies, while the others

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Unexpressed Credits – Teachers

‘Read a toddler’s notebook. a B C d e .. 1 2 3 4 .. Years later, Typed sentences, earned

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Is the pain so important to write?

Nights are often spent crying… Over some jilt Or some spilled milk Or the failure of a dream foundation of

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Game of Readers

A book can never be imagined without its readers. Readers come first even before the birth of any book by

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When life gives you a chance, respect it!

“Has your second year started?” his grandmother asked with a curious look. “Yes,” he replied without even taking his eyes

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Grandiose wedding ceremonies of India leads to whopping outlays

  If we talk about the weddings of big business houses of our country, it will make us feel the

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Book Review – If Tomorrow Comes

Book – If Tomorrow Comes. Author – Sidney Sheldon. Genre – Crime Fiction. “Never again would she be that naive.”

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