Over the last year before the board exams in October-November, I had to go to my English literature teacher’s house for tutoring. Swati ma’am’s help really paid off, as my 91% in Lit shows. So, in case you did not know what we did for the class, it was Shakespeare’s Merchant of Venice, a play […]

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A Topsy Turvy Thing

On the 17th of January 2018, the IGCSE results were released to the world. There were a few obvious ‘winners’ in the examination fallout. Well done, Advaita, Harsh and Chaitree. Honestly, those guys most of all eight of us deserve a standing ovation and a Mexican wave. Go ask them why, they deserve all they […]

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From today on, these posts, come as they may not, are not going to be about my life. Laying down and being lazy all day is my life, and one I like, sure, but it’s not one other people like to hear about. From today on, I shall rite small short stories on the writing […]

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Sports And The Movies

Favourite movie of all time? Pixar’s Cars. Sue me, I’ve always loved the whimsical nature of Disney and animated movies. It is something that I have retained even into the teenage years of wavering choices and malleability. I will always like goofy comedies more than dark, dramatic series. Guardians Of The Galaxy is greater than […]

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Fading Into A Lack Of Purpose

So. Fourteenth November has come and gone, and just a week later it feels as if the Boards were ages in the past. It’s hard to come to terms with the idea that a whole year was spent preparing for twenty days of mediocre difficulty and great luck- but as wise sages put it, the […]

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Freedom & Democracy

The worst thing that can happen in a democracy – as well as in an individual’s life – is to become cynical about the future and lose hope. -Hillary Clinton   Happy Republic Day, everyone! Oh, and happy Australia Day too, I guess. First off, this has been in my draft box since the 19th, […]

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