Book In Focus | Culture

The Book Thief

May 15, 2018

“When death tells a story, you really have to listen” That’s the line on the cover of the book, and, in my opinion, sums up the entire book. There is no way you can put “The Book Thief” by Markus Zusak down once you have picked it up. There are hundreds of books about the […]

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Culture | Opinion

Right to the City – A Gender Perspective

May 14, 2018

Asha, a girl from small town in India, is excited about her moving into the city to pursue her higher education. It is like her “great city dream” has come true. Sitting on the window seat, she realises a city is simply is not an urban landscape to her. It is a stimulus which rushes […]

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Book In Focus | Culture

To Kill A Mockingbird By Harper Lee

March 13, 2017
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To Kill A Mockingbird is the first book that I have read in 2017. The first few pages were tough for me to read because I was getting confused a lot but then finally after reading the first two pages twice, I picked up the rhythm. The book is written by Harper Lee. It was […]

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Opinion

Messages From Guys On International Women’s Day

March 8, 2017
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The first thing that I saw when I opened my browser was the Google doodle. The doodle has correctly depicted the many forms of a woman. I was happy to see it and I was wondering the history behind this day which has now become so important. The day has become a catalyst for the […]

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Opinion

Solution For Keeping Your New Year Resolution!

December 29, 2016
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For me, the most exciting thing about New Year is the resolution that I make. I stay so confident when I make these resolutions. Do you know why? Because I always believe that I will be able to keep them. But things never turn the way I want them to. So, few days before 2017, […]

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