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Vultures in the Frame

by Anantinee Mishra PC: Kevin Carter; Source: www.newyorktimes.com   Sometimes, as I look at the vividly gripping photograph, my perplexity blends into desolation; inching from familiar sympathy to uncharted anguish. When Kevin Carter captured the Pulitzer-winning imagery of a child and a vulture under the cruel sun of Sudan; did […]

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Time Management and Organization

by Isha Patkar, Neha Koganti, Rishi Bappanad, and Tejas Deodhar, The GTF Group Introduction “The task is due in two days, I’ll do it later”. This is a promise which the majority of people have told themselves at least once in their lifetime. It may seem harmless at the time, […]

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T20 Cricket World Cup 2021: A Brief Survey

by Deepanshu Srivastava After almost a month of mega cricket event, the tournament T20 I World Cup 2021 came to an end on November 14 leaving behind many broken-hearts, unforgettable cricketing -shots, unmatched score-chasing, unimaginably brilliant and dropped catches, and top of it sweet and sour memories of nonstop 26 […]

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The Adverse Effects of Hand Sanitizer

by Suhaas Bonkur Despite the fact that the Covid-19 pandemic has been significantly slowed down from its initial peaks of 1.723 million infections daily to 402,000 infections as of June 27, 2021 (JHU), the pandemic is still far from over. Since the beginning of the pandemic in early 2020, masks […]

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Governments, Religion, Refugees and Orphans

by Ayushi Jain Frantically pouring closets into a single suitcase. Grabbing everything that can be carried. Mute farewells to walls and shelters and orange trees and cars bought from an entire lifetime’s saving. Thrusting tears back from where they came from, running away to seek sanctuary from the place where […]