‘Zza Bar- a ‘view

Disclaimer: This article has been sponsored by 'Zza Bar but is in no way influences the author's review. To dine at ‘Zza bar, you have to know of its existence. Tucked in a corner of Agumbe Highway, this little slice of heaven can easily go unnoticed. However, if you’re lucky enough to notice it, congratulations... Continue Reading →

Celestial Dump? Say What?

In Early January 2018, a group of villagers in Gurugram were educated on ‘celestial gifts’ that fall from the sky. These teachings were in response to something that happened the same week, in the village of Fazilpur Badil. Rajbir Yadav, a simple farmer, was out on the fields when he encountered a mysterious ‘large rock’... Continue Reading →

KitKat Robbery? Say What?

Among the many safety precautions that come along with the act of buying a new car, the most obvious one is never to leave it unlocked. Nineteen-year-old Kansas University student Hunter Jobbins was in for a rude awakening when his oversight resulted in a costly personal loss – the KitKat in his glove box had... Continue Reading →

Every man’s guide to Hibernation

Vacations offer the perfect opportunity to let go of the responsibilities of chaotic college life and let loose. Everyone has a unique way of chilling out and relaxing, be it outdoor activities, music, playing videogames or starting a new television series. Here is a compilation of the things that we recommend trying out. TV Shows... Continue Reading →

Mysteries of the World : The Library of Babel

"The Library of Babel"  is a short story by Argentine author and librarian Jorge Luis Borges (1899–1986), conceiving of a universe in the form of a vast library containing all possible 410-page books of a certain format and character set. *** Delete. This was the seventh time I had struck out my draft in the last two hours. I slam my laptop... Continue Reading →

Mysteries of the World: The Bélmez House

The Bélmez Faces or the Faces of Bélmez is an alleged paranormal phenomenon in a private house in Spain which started in 1971 when residents claimed images of faces appeared on the concrete floor of the house. The objective of research is to seek answers to unanswered questions; to explain the inexplicable. Therefore, it is perplexing; distressing rather for a... Continue Reading →

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