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  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    One two three And I fly My arms are swaying And my head is held high Four five six And I’m on the tire swing My screams are shrill And my throat is dry Seven eight nine And I look behind my back The hand that rests on my shoulder Is still intact Ten eleven twelve And the world s...
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    While expectations were at their peak when the enthralling trailers of the first in the trilogy made their way to the cinemas, the movie truly stood up to all hopes and aspirations. The start of the film featured a text about the infamous Treaty that bounded the poor citizens of future America in it...
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    It’s the majestic feel and sanctity of the fairytale wedding between the pallid vampire Edward Cullen and an equally pallid Bella that sets a note at the start of the film. The two, desperately in love, clinging on to each other for warmth and companionship in lonely fields and dense forests are ...
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    ‘The Other Hand by Chris Cleave’ is a narrative tale about a young refugee from Nigeria where, due to oil crisis and the discovery of a mine brimming with the nearly extinguished resource, millions are men and women are made to flee from the village for fail-proof extraction. Trouble comes when ...
  • Fiction > Romance
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    I walk with a stiff back; my arms limping slightly and my eyes blurry and unfocused. My hair is disheveled; so is my mind. I raise my arm to the level of my eyes and sigh. Another inch of skin tanned and darkened. The unheard and futile attempts of my mother screeching and chirruping on and on about...
  • Fiction > All Fiction
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    I wish I could cruise through the yellowing pages of your life. I wish I could read your thoughts and exorcise the demons that scare you away from yourself everyday. I wish I could find a reason behind that solitary drop of tear that just materialized out of nowhere to bejewel your empty face. My f...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    I can’t concentrate This feeling is just so new Because every time my mind wanders Your image swims into view Your shy smile Your sideways glance Your confident stride Leave me in a trance I’m helpless I don’t know what to do Forget about the stress I don’t even know you I think...
  • Opinion > Entertainment / Celebrities
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    “So, have you ever been to India?” I asked Jacque. He was a good pen pal of mine; and by pen, what I actually mean is e-mail or to be rather precise, Facebook, the enormous cloud of social networking intermingled with a swift desire to meet the same people that you’ve just met in school, onlin...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    You always find a way To let me down To make me scream Bellow and heave out The inner pain burning up My dilapidated soul, torturing My tattered self esteem, tormenting My scarred face And some little white hot Bouts of fury That I gather from place to place to cover up for the humiliatio...
  • Opinion > Discrimination
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    The earth rotates. That is basic science. A couple of DNA strands get chosen at random from both the male and female gene pair to form a whole new set of chromosomes; that too is science. Electricity runs up in metal wires and heats up the filament so that it glows hot enough to emit light; anothe...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    Three months have felt like three years. Every time I find time to sit in solitude, my mind wanders to the life that I once had. The life that was so different from the one that I’m leading, or as I might put it, am forced to lead at present. The grills on my window look like prison bars. I want t...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    You used to be the perfect one. Every time I saw you get another “Prefect” badge or the “Best All Rounder” award, my heart used to lurch and hammer feverously against my chest because I knew that I was more deserving. Every time you beat me and ran ahead of me in the race, I lost courage and...
  • Reviews > Book Reviews
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    The utterly funny, witty and of course, satirical language of the 20th century novelist P.G. Wodehouse, accompanied by a glossy book cover and a tipsy handwriting illuminating the words, “A damsel in Distress” featuring a young man grappling for a rope onto which a shabbily dressed chauffeur was...
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    Captain Jack Sparrow is back. But this time, our Peculiar Pirate is not looking for some long lost treasure or a buried-under-the sea ship. The fourth sequel to the famous series brings some nail biting suspense and the usual nervous wrecking thriller in which the infamous Pirate is on a quest to lo...
  • Reviews > Music Reviews
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    The Punk Princess is back after a time gap of three to four years with her much awaited album, “Goodbye Lullaby”. The hit maker who has previously made millions of feet tap to the beats of block busters like ‘Girlfriend’, and ‘Happy Ending’ had a lot of expectations to rise up to and as ...
  • Reviews > Book Reviews
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    “Hassan and I took our first steps on the same lawn in the same yard. And under the same roof, we spoke our first words. Mine was Baba. His was Amir. My name. Looking back on it now, I think the foundation for what happened in the winter of 1975- all that followed- was already laid in those fi...
  • Nonfiction > Travel & Culture
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    I sigh loudly as the car, after several painful hours of relentless dragging along the pitiful road, comes to a halt. In India, one can’t do without a car but having a car has its own pinpricks. For instance, being stuck in the middle of a hundreds of kilometers of traffic on a hot, balmy day with...
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    The world, as seen through the eyes of five-year-old Jack, is a strange place. There are no trees, no children playing in the park, no sky to look at. His world is a small room with a bed, a TV, a wardrobe where he sleeps every night, his friends (a broken remote, Dora the Explorer, a snake made of ...
  • Fiction > Romance
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    Lance was everything that a girl would look in for a guy. He was cute, smart, funny and intelligent. He made heads turn his way, mesmerized every single girl who ever came across him. He made hearts jump up and down the ribs at the very thought of him. He was what they conventionally call, a ‘bad ...
  • Nonfiction > Heroes
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    “Dad, can I buy another pair of converse?” I pleaded. I loved converse all star shoes and owned two pairs already. They were totally in, and well, let’s just say that I liked to keep up with the times. My two pairs were like my most prized possession and I wore them with immense pride. Walking...
  • Fiction > Thriller/Mystery
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    The street was ablaze by the oncoming brightness of the street lamps. A strange mist hung over the streets. It was deserted except for a street dog roaming around looking a shelter. She turned the corner and faced the street. It took her some time to gather her thoughts and take in the scene unfoldi...
  • Fiction > Thriller/Mystery
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    His feet were numb with cold and he walked barefoot on the granite floor. Dark clouds were looming over the starry night. A very strange mist hung in the air and the continuously blowing wind whipped him square on the face, as if giving him a promise of a tomorrow that would never come. But it would...

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