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Kirthi

by Kirthi Jayakumar   Fifteen years ago at school, a history lesson on the Second World War and a brush with the world of the Model Uni...

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Deepti Menon

  A blog series exploring the etymology of some interesting words   Have Wanderlust, Will Travel!   “Travelling ...

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Readomania

    Why Must You?     Think about the plethora of ideas making rounds in your brain, waiting to be expressed th...

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Readomania

    Three Reasons Why You Should Read Crime Thrillers     1. Crime thrillers give your brain a healthy work...

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Readomania

    Short is IN Short and available online is definitely IN     Smaller portions, fixed-episode series, news...

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Deepti Menon

A blog series exploring the etymology of some interesting words   What's the Bon Mot? English has always been a most accommodati...

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Harshali Singh

    What made PILF special? by Harshali Singh   Pune International Literary Festival 2017 was an eclectic amalgam of...

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Manjula Lal

    Things That Happened at Pune International Literary Festival, 2017 by Manjula Lal     "This is ...

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Deepti Menon

A blog series exploring the etymology of some interesting words   Are You Awesome or Awful?   I could start every post of mi...

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Anupama Jain

  Three Women...Three Perspectives   The week that went by, saw three women breaking the glass ceilings, going ballistic withou...

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Sinjini Sengupta

  Depression and Writing     Depression is an old friend now. He visits unannounced, he overstays his time. Starts from...

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Sourabh Mukherjee

  Read Thrillers - Why? SOURABH MUKHERJEE       Personally speaking, this is my favourite genre when it come...

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Deepti Menon

A blog series exploring the etymology of some interesting words   It Ain’t Over Till the Fat Lady Sings!   &n...

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Anupama Jain

  3 days…3 verdicts 3 different emotional roller coasters for us Indians.   In a span of 3 days, we have traversed ...

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Sankhya Samhita

    Breadcrumbs from the past... #5   The "Upstairs" Room   What does one call a room that is a...

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Sourabh Mukherjee

  What makes ‘The Colours of Passion’ a natural follow-up to ‘In the Shadows of Death’ SOURABH MUKHERJEE &nb...

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Vasudha Gulati

    Reaching Out for an Inclusive India   Have you ever walked into a room full of people who stare at you and then qui...

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Deepti Menon

A blog series exploring the etymology of some interesting words   Is it Raining Cats and Dogs? - Similes and Metaphors &nbs...

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