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Tanishka Mogha

Looking for Alaska

John Green’s the Fault in Our Stars was what won me over. He was different, fresh and knew how to put a new spin on books based on teenage life without landing them straight in the cliché category. His debut novel, looking for Alaska, is a showcase to the raw […]

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The Alchemist

“Tell your heart that the fear of suffering is worse than the suffering itself. And that no heart has ever suffered when it goes in search of its dreams, because every second of the search is a second’s encounter with God and with eternity. “Paulo Coelho, The AlchemistI recently read […]

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Graphic designing

Eyes are considered as the windows to the world, so any content when looked upon appeals to the eye only when it is interesting and attractive. This is where graphic designing comes into place, it is not only a marketing tac-tic but a tool that raises awareness amongst the public […]

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Lucifer

Lucifer started on Fox, which canceled it after three seasons. Netflix rescued the series, extending its run by two seasons. While 4-5 seasons is typical length for a successful Netflix series, and Lucifer has produced more episodes than a regular Netflix original series (its seasons vary between 13-26 episodes in length), the drama, […]

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E-learning ~ Boon or Bane

E-learning, which literally means, ‘electronic’ learning has received a sudden market-boost since the corona virus outbreak. Digitalization has been ongoing for quite some time, but the pandemic seems to have heralded it. The digital coaching institutes which were earlier restricted to a few brand names, have now grown into a […]

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Try Today or Never!

All self-made successful people have one thing in common. They made the decision to try. I hesitate to say “self-made” since I’m not sure I’ve ever met a truly successful person who wasn’t aware that they had lots of help on their journey to success. But whether they realize they […]

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The Evil eye

Remember how we used to cover our mother earth with plastics, and now we are covered in plastics. I always used to wonder, in China when it comes to food nothing goes to waste, they eat practically everything (some we know and some we cannot even imagine). You can count […]

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Try again. Fail again. Fail better.

“There is no failure except in no longer trying.” We all admire a lot of people for their success. But before their success, they too experienced epic failure in their life. We celebrate their success, feel proud, but often overlook the path that got them there, a path marked with […]

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The Murder Bag

If you’re someone who demands absolute reality in the way the police operate, then The Murder Bag probably won’t bear too close a scrutiny. And there’s a vaguely distracted air to the whole narrative that might not be to every reader’s taste. The story opens with not one, but two prologues. […]

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BRIDA

The book tells us the story of a young girl, Brida, who dives into sorcery and experiments with different magical traditions.  The book is about exploring life, learning to connect with your truest self, finding one’s soul mate in this life and feeling complete.  The progression of the human soul, with all its elements […]

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Accidental Heroes- Book Review

Accidental Heroes by Danielle Steel is an emotional yet thrilling roller coaster of a story that’s deeper than most thrillers these days. The plot revolves around three people: Bernice Adams, Ben Waterman and Helen Smith. The idea of this plot is so fresh. Usually, any book surrounding a plane either focuses […]

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SEA GLASS – Book Review

Anita Shreve’s “Sea Glass”, starts out in idyllic terms. A loving husband, hard-working couple, a first home, a satisfying hobby. This book has its own mini world infused with gadgets from the past like the precursor of the photocopier, a copiograph machine etc. and an unfortunate habit of past, making […]

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Child labour

“Child Labour is devastation, they should concentrate on education”, heard this before? Well, if not, here’s the thing. Child labour is one of the things holding our country back. The youth of this country is the biggest asset for the latter at this time and it’s a shame that this […]

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CHAOTIC MIND!

What will be your reaction if I start my story with “once upon a time?” Oh too old and boring it would be. If you ever listened too close to silence you might have heard the ringing between two adjacent words, “unspoken spells”. Truth isn’t always the most exciting version […]

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Desire

There’s always a question lingering our minds, nudging our hearts even if we try to ignore them. Why don’t they want us? What is wrong with me? Am I that bad? We start to find our drawbacks. The actual point is, it is not always about you. It is not […]

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YOGA ~ A Virtue Of Life!

Our daily life is a tug of war between our mind and our body. We may seem perfectly healthy externally and yet be exhausted on the inside or vice versa. I found yoga to be my way of achieving inner peace- like so many others! “Yoga allows you to rediscover […]

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Education Includes Learning?

Education is something that is done to you. Learning is something you do for yourself.                  ~ Joi Ito Rightly said, learning is for yourself, your life, your dreams, your experiences, your journey, while education is something we get from others. It gives us access to the knowledge that is […]

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Are blogs made out of blogs?

The tricky thing about blogging is that there’s always something stopping you. You often stare at the blank page, wondering whether what you will write will be good enough. You get distracted. Or you have this idea that you really love, but someone else is already written about it. What […]

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Toxic Media

If you are one of those people who cannot focus on the important tasks just because you are mindlessly scrolling through posts on social media, then this is for you! Instead of being delighted for our lives, we are busy constantly comparing it with others on social media. No wonder […]

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What all do we know?

It is often said that while success has several suitors, failure has none. Nepotism might be an alien term for many but for some this is a cause of depression or on a higher scale cause of death. Favouritism or special attention granted to close friends and relatives by the […]

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Why I blog?

So many people out there will start blog for so many reasons. I cannot speak for anyone else but myself, neither I can explain why I want to. There’s always been something in me that wanted to share and maybe motivate others, and that “something” was pointed out by you! […]

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Menstruation

And they were here again! I wait for it every month I know it aches, but I still wait for it like one true love. I endure that pain like a knife striking my lower back, thousands of thorns piercing my abdomen, continuous disturbance between thighs and heavy soreness on […]

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Feminism – Includes ALL genders?

Feminism isn’t about shaming or hating men and if you think it is, let me explain. It is all about calling society on out how it treats men and women differently. It is about asking for the same freedom and opportunity. If you think we already have it, you are […]

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