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Mass Comm Students of Jamia Millia Islamia Photograph Surajkund Crafts Mela

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The first page of my unfinished debut novel ‘The Aura’

A couple of years back I began with the tedious task of penning down my first novel ‘The Aura’ that’s supposed to be a crime thriller. Two years have gone by but I am still far from completing it. So I … Continue reading

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The ebbs and flows of cricket

When the Australian all rounder Shane Watson was dropped against the match against Afghanistan on the 4th of March, everyone thought his ODI career was over… Watson himself seemed to have accepted his fate. In an impromptu press conference, he … Continue reading

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Why I feel that New Zealand is the team to beat in this World Cup

I feel that NZ will make it to the finals but winning the final could be a little tough (whether it’s against India or Australia) as it’s gonna take place at the MCG (outside New Zealand). But, as someone who has … Continue reading

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Birdman (2014): The Expected Virtue of Unrestrained Brilliance

Alejandro González Iñárritu’s Oscar nominated film Birdman, aka The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance, is a departure from the contemporary style of filmmaking. Iñárritu uses a technique that gives an illusion as if the entire film were shot in a single … Continue reading

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Europe Holidays

Are you about to get married and are looking for honeymoon destinations? Are planning for an adventure trip with your friends? It has been a long rough week at work and you have been working way too hard to meet … Continue reading

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A terrible personal experience that made me realize how big private hospitals trick people through their manipulative practices

Today, I had a terrible experience at the Saket City Hospital‘s Emergency facility. It being a Sunday, the hospital’s OPD facility was not available. The duty doctor at the Emergency facility tricked me into taking a very expensive Dengue Test … Continue reading

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