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Musings of a Confused Soul

by Debdoot Mukherjee There is no denying the fact that confusion has taken the shape of our daily companion in our lives. Everybody is confused to some extent or the other. People who say that they are totally devoid of confusion aren’t speaking entirely with veracity. A confused person, though one […]

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The Dig Down Boys

by Steve Carr What did Sandima know about the origins from where the water flowed? Its movement was so slow that he barely noticed it other than that he stood in it up to his thighs for as many as ten hours a day, often returning to the same place […]

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Macbeth: The Mask We Wear

by Anantinee Mishra ‘Fair is foul, and foul is fair.’   William Shakespeare, renowned poet and playwright and considered to be the greatest writer of the English language as well as the world’s greatest dramatist, has a vast number of paragons to his credit, ranging from plays to poetry to […]

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Rajiv Khandelwal’s Dwelling With Denial

by Shobha Diwakar Doused with favorable and unfavorable fascinating illustrations of relationships on various levels of human life, Rajiv Khandelwal’s Dwelling With Denial is a candid portrayal of religious faith, social and political factors that examine the aspirations, ‘the denials’ and the demands of life; their repercussions on the communal, […]

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India Cries With Her Child Brides

by Saumya Singh It’s hard imagining that 75 years after Independence, there are still people who find it acceptable to marry off children. The recent UNICEF report declaring that one in every 3 child brides live in India was a shocking reminder of how far we are from achieving SDG […]

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Women in Research

By Neha Koganti and Ria Chokshi, The GTF Group Introduction Being denied a job, a pay increase comparable with the experience, or a promotional opportunity is a difficult situation to face for everyone. Unfortunately, historically, this is what many women have been going through. Women do not make up a […]