Before I Go

I never could’ve imagined a night so long, Such chaos of buzz and flash. What deadly of a weapon a single bullet is. I say this as I see the world around me crash. To not see that my end is near would be foolish. The longer I sit in this whirl of dust, the... Continue Reading →

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A Letter to Jane Austen

Dear Jane, I was thirteen when I was given my first copy of Pride and Prejudice. It was bent on the edges, and the pages had turned yellow with time.  What I had first thought would be just another period novel soon turned into an intrepid journey of a young woman battling against the hackneyed... Continue Reading →

The Cognizant Citizen: The Pulwama Attacks

  On the fourteenth of February 2019, a cowardly suicide attack on a convoy of vehicles carrying Central Reserve Police Forces(CRPF) personnel in the Pulwama district of Jammu and Kashmir shocked citizens in every corner of the country. Hours later, Pakistan based Jaish-e-Mohammed(JeM) claimed responsibility. The carnage claimed the lives of 46 CRPF personnel and of... Continue Reading →

Celebrating A Year in Town: Coast Asia

Greeted by a quaint sense of familiarity amidst the lanterns, and 90s Bollywood music, we tried Coast Asia's exclusive first-anniversary menu today. Available only from 18th to 20th of March, all items on this menu cost a mere ninety-nine rupees for each non-vegetarian dish, and eighty-nine rupees for their vegetarian alternatives. At such low prices,... Continue Reading →

A Letter To Lady Gaga

Dear Stephanie, My earliest memory of you is a defining moment in pop culture; a moment which, I remember, became synonymous with your name for the years to come. The 2010 MTV Video Music Awards was characterized by your stand out dress of raw meat. Your outfit, complete with boots and a hat made of... Continue Reading →

A Concert State of Mind

5:30 PM The workday is up, classes are finally over. Walking out, you call your friends up as you head to your room to get ready; they're just as excited as you are. You agree to meet outside the venue at 6:30. Now in your room, picking an outfit is a hard decision to make.... Continue Reading →

A Letter to Ada Lovelace

Dear Ada Lovelace, I first saw your name in a corner of my computer science textbook, packed between the likes of Alan Turing and Bill Gates. I'd only just recognised my love for programming, but even then, seeing a woman's name amongst the many men piqued my interest. You may not have set off my... Continue Reading →

IQMU 2019: Day 3 and Day 4

Day 3: Wild Card Round 1: With 2 spots remaining in the finals, the teams sacrificed their Fridays for a chance to get back in the competition for winning IQMU and the 50,000 cash prize with it. The first round of Wildcard was in the form of a Mystery Room ENIGMA organized by Cutting Edge.... Continue Reading →

Hues 12: Day 6

Rangoli The halls of CBS never looked as colourful as they did during the rangoli event. Every colour and shade graced the halls as the students created designs and scenes heavily influenced by the Indian culture. Participants had 60 minutes to create a rangoli design using freehand in a 4 by 4 (foot) square without... Continue Reading →

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