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  • Opinion > Entertainment / Celebrities
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    Reading is, you could say, a rapidly diminishing hobby. Now-a-days, very few people from the “gen next” are seen reading a good novel or book. Why? Let us try to find out. When asked why they don’t like to read novels, which are, for the most part, frightfully gripping and interesting, most...
  • Opinion > Current Events / Politics
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    “I dream of a better tomorrow, where chickens can cross the road and not be questioned about their motives.” - Ralph Waldo Emerson I think I’d rather like that, too, but my idea of a better future would include –other than the protection of the chickens’ privacy- a world where we girls...
  • Fiction > Thriller/Mystery
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    Prakash and his wife, Seema, peered in through the cracks in the door as Santlal, Prakash’s father, put the tiny key in the lock and turned it. He then pulled the lock open, cast it to one side and, opening the casket, quietly admired its contents. Prakash and Seema looked on quietly, the unasked...
  • Fiction > All Fiction
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    Even during our long training, we didn’t have many free exchanges, but there was a brief moment in which we sort of looked at each other, slapped each other on the shoulder and said, “We made it. Good show.” It was while we were stationed in Iraq that we really talked for the first time. We w...
  • Reviews > Book Reviews
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    The Sins Of The Father Name of the book- The Jeffrey Archer book I’m reviewing today is titled The Sins Of The Father. The thought-provoking title and compelling cover illustration on the front cover serve as an important factor in adding to the mysteriousness and dark undertones in the book...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    “The Grass Is Always Greener” Jeffrey Archer, the master storyteller, wrote a short story with that title, and that was how I came across the thought-provoking little phrase. But it’s not that story I’m writing about—I’m writing about the validity of the phrase—or rather, statement. ...
  • Fiction > Thriller/Mystery
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    Ravi jogged slowly, staring into the foggy darkness ahead of him. Stopping for breath, he looked at his watch. The digital screen announced “4:45 AM” in glowing white letters. He had left for his usual morning run fifteen minutes earlier, and he already felt exhausted. He always did a two-kilome...
  • Opinion > School / College
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    People say that during exams, anything except studies becomes infinitely interesting, and oh, how I agree! I experienced it recently, the distraction in my case being philosophical (yes, you read that right!) thoughts. I am a commerce student, and we were giving our first terminal exams. After havi...
  • Fiction > Thriller/Mystery
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    Ironic as it is, Asha(the word itself means "hope" in Hindi) had no hope. She felt completely hopeless. No, don’t get me wrong, she had faith in the world, it was herself she’s lost all hope in. She felt that her life was too good for her, that she didn’t deserve it, which is why she...

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