‘No Country For Women’: Addressing the Gender Problem ncfw

‘No Country For Women’: Addressing the Gender Problem

Gender-based inequality is one that has its roots deep in all human civilizations. It is this inequality that implicates even the most extraordinary qualities given to women and those inclined towards counter hetero-normativity, by nature, into symbols of inherent weakness...
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Valentine’s Day Dinner at the Great Hall: When Fandom Meets Romance great hall

Valentine’s Day Dinner at the Great Hall: When Fandom Meets Romance

Accio Harry Potter fans! Well, more like people who are forever gloomy for never getting a letter from Hogwarts. I have news for you all! No, I can’t get you your letter. If I could, I wouldn’t be sitting here...
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Kalki Koechlin’s ‘The Printing Machine’: This is How Far We Have Come printing machine

Kalki Koechlin’s ‘The Printing Machine’: This is How Far We Have Come

It is true how the printing machine is a diligent witness of all our mess. It sees it all. It bears it all. Silently. One devastated female at a time, one callous fiend at a time, one disgraceful incident at...
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Blast into the Future: Ancient Wonder Colossus of Rhodes to be Resurrected

Blast into the Future: Ancient Wonder Colossus of Rhodes to be Resurrected

  The following is a piece of news that, sadly, may not hold great significance for everybody in the world, but would baffle the wits out of a category of intellectual souls, who describe themselves as History and Architecture enthusiasts...
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4th Delhi Literature Fest: Bibliophiles Rejoice! delhi literature festival

4th Delhi Literature Fest: Bibliophiles Rejoice!

No, you did not read it wrong! And No, I did not write it wrong! Delhi hosted its 4th literature festival today, and I won’t blame anybody if most of you didn’t even know that something like this has been...
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10 Lesser Known Tracks of the Maestro of World Music on His Birthday a.r. rahman

10 Lesser Known Tracks of the Maestro of World Music on His Birthday

A.R. Rahman, the man who needs no introduction anywhere in the world, turns 49 today. He is no short of being a God-like figure to musicians and music enthusiasts, and that is definitely not an exaggeration. His list of achievements...
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Letters to Santa—A Heart-Warming Tale santa

Letters to Santa—A Heart-Warming Tale

Fifteen years ago, the festive season brought with it an unusual sort of happiness for Peter Mattaliano, a 66-years-old acting coach, and screenwriter. Most people believe in doing things for ‘the living’ during the holidays, but what happened so many...
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What the Appearance of the Soon To Be New Zealand’s Flag Might Be new zealand flag

What the Appearance of the Soon To Be New Zealand’s Flag Might Be

A flag is intransigently one of the most forthcoming symbols of national identity. It becomes all the more important for those countries that have, in the past, been colonized, to become tenacious in their struggle to reassert their freedom. Ever since...
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New Revelations About Netaji’s Disappearance Will Blow Your Mind netaji

New Revelations About Netaji’s Disappearance Will Blow Your Mind

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, the man whose life and death, both, have gobsmacked his generation and the ones that followed. Numerous theories have emerged about what became of the man post the crash of his plane, Mitsubishi Ki-21, in Taiwan,...
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5 Secrets to Full-Time Travelling: Experts’ Say! travelling

5 Secrets to Full-Time Travelling: Experts’ Say!

Everyone in this world has got a little traveller within themselves. One who is ready to unleash at the sound of adventure. However, the ever so worrisome character of the everyday runway prevents that from happening, and in most instances...
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