The 1998 Nagano Winter Olympics, held in Japan, witnessed a singular tricoloured winter sports suit, donned by the only Indian to ever take to the insanely quick speeds of the sport of Luge at the highest level. Shiva Keshavan, at the tender age of sixteen, was the youngest athlete to … Continue Reading
Have you ever listened to a piece of music and experienced a strong emotional or physical response? Imagine this: you are sitting in the passenger seat with your travel playlist on, looking out the window, and pretending to be in a music video. Don’t we all do that? Add to … Continue Reading
I am Jack’s Manic Depression and I am Jack’s Smirking Revenge. Yet, I failed to become Jack’s desire for Anarchy and Chaos in the system.
Tyler appeared in my life as a saviour. A saviour from my personal monotonous life, a saviour of the mundane superhero that I had become. … Continue Reading
Darwin posed the Theory of Evolution in his book ‘On the Evolution of Species’ in 1859. His obsequious studying of minor changes in birds of the island of Galapagos, later termed ‘Darwin’s finches’ depict the process of evolution. It was clear to Darwin that minor, heritable variations in the offspring … Continue Reading
The natural environment encompasses all living and non-living things occurring naturally. In 2020, the world came face to face with the deadly coronavirus pandemic which has left its impact on every aspect of life especially wildlife. The slowdown in human activity, which scientists are calling the “anthropause” has been a … Continue Reading
Passing the test of time and eras,
Are the stories of men and women in love
Why then is it said to be as tender as a feather that can be broken easily by just a little bit of force?
Is there strength in the tenderness of love?
Is there … Continue Reading
It had been five years since she’d felt it. That feeling, fluttering in the depths of her mind, waiting to come back to life. It made her feel reckless like she could do absolutely anything, possibly even conquer the world. She hadn’t felt like this in 5 whole years and … Continue Reading
It was the 6th of September, 2018 when a groundbreaking verdict reinstilled the faith and rights for humanity that had been denied for years.
The day marked a very prominent milestone in the timeline of the struggle for justice, decriminalizing the 158-year-old colonial law that criminalized consensual gay sex. It … Continue Reading
Men’s mental health is a grossly underrepresented problem, both in media and in society. Statistics show a grim picture in terms of mental health issues faced by men with suicide rates of men far exceeding those of women all over the world.
Research shows that incidences of alcohol dependence and … Continue Reading