Circus of Life

By Simran Ramsay

Each of us has a role to play. Sometimes on a stage, sometimes in a circus. Read about one such circus called life.

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We Didn’t Start The Fire: Feb. & Mar. 2021

By Krishna AdvaniPicture Source: Google Images Ee-ei-ee-ei-NO Do you believe that farmers, the men and women across the country, should be entitled to selling their produce where they get the highest rate of return? Do you think that these farmers have the right to sell their crops beyond the ‘mandis’ of their state and earn…

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By Devi Dang

A poem dedicated to a grandmother: the pillar of a monument called family.

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Pandemic Living: The New Normal

By Benjamin Jolly

A new normal is introduced to us as the Covid19 virus causes physical, economical and mental trauma on millions.

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You Choose

By Ramitha Ramesh

…Like Freud once said, “One day, in retrospect, the years of struggle will strike you as the most beautiful.” …

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A personal reflection on the past few weeks

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A Taste of Home

…I could sense the nostalgia she felt when she would talk about home, although I never quite realised the extent of it. She loved cooking, which was partly the reason why I used to visit their place so frequently.

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By: Krutika Puranik We are all pieces of what’s left of our parents. Your mother’s eyes, father’s ears, an aunt’s height. I often sit amidst my family and wonder if they see themselves in me. The way I slip a strand of hair discreetly behind my ear, the way my eyes turn into the colour…

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