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Jul 2018
amrit
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Langala Deha, Dami Poshaka: A Review

Existential angst is not self-inflicted rather induced by the society we inhabit, the ecology we observe from and the experiences we encounter in different walks of life. Langala Deha, Dami Poshaka (Naked Bodies, Costly Attires), a collection of four short stories by Bahibala Akshaya is a commentary on the various forms of existential angst. These… // Read More

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Jan 2018
Anjali Reddy
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Last days of my college life…

Yes, the truth is, these are the last days of my college life! I really don’t know whether I will be getting a chance to experience college again but the three years of my undergraduate studies will be the most memorable education I have had. I would cherish each and every moment of my college… // Read More

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Dec 2017
A S Jyotsna
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Brown and Lovely

A fish needn’t be told how to swim nor a dog be told how to bark or wag its tail. Perhaps, it’s just human beings that need to be told to be ‘Humans’ all the time. From questioning this truth, actually not doing so, I wondered why people misbehave or use hurtful statements when we… // Read More

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Nov 2017
Maddali Havish Kumar
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It’s the same!

It’s the same! Have you ever thought that the different stages of our life are akin to that of a year? Just imagine, when a new year starts, there is still a little bit of chill and plants ever so slowly start to recover to explore the world again! Isn’t that almost like a new born… // Read More

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Nov 2017
yamini
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A MEMORY REVIVED IN SOLITUDE

THE SWEATER            It was a great morning. A sound sleep last night enabled me to actively start my day. I woke my daughter up at 8 a.m. “Get up baby or else you’ll be late for your school”. She was cuddling to her pillow and her bed sheet as the climate was… // Read More

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Nov 2017
Maddali Havish Kumar
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What is true love?

Long have I debated within myself about what true love is all about. What I have come to understand is that love and respect are two sides of the same coin. Even though we can look at only one side at any given time, we can be assured about the presence of the other. Love… // Read More

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Oct 2017
Anjali Reddy
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How Friends Change Life!

Almost everyone out there has friends! There is certainly nothing unusual about that. And, every stage of one’s life demands a friend, no matter what! A friend is a person who is always besides you, corrects you, accepts you the way you are and never judges you! Throughout our life journey, we meet a lot… // Read More

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Sep 2017
J Mathew George
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TS Award for Meritorious Teachers to Mr T Joseph Christadoss

Congratulations to Joseph Christadoss T, the Head of the Department of Social Sciences, Mass Communication, and Life Skills at St Mary’s College, on being recognized by the Government of Telangana with the State Award for Meritorious Teachers. Of course, we must say that the government is now recognizing what we always knew: That he is among… // Read More

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Sep 2017
Kiran D
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The Ripple Effect

Recently I attended a workshop at the American Corner, St. Francis College, which was conducted by an American lady, Naomi Ackerman. She and her friend Vanessa were part of the ‘Avdot Project’.  Ackerman began by explaining the word ‘Avdot’ meant ripples in Hebrew, and that she along with her friend worked with juvenile delinquents from… // Read More

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Jun 2017
Meghana Lanka
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What keeps you going?

That evening small silvery drizzles of rain drops drifted downwards shining bright under the setting sun. The backdrop of the orange skies and the pack of birds flying home were too good to be missed. The sun and the clouds appeared and disappeared looking like a pair of shenanigans amusing their scattered viewers. Like never… // Read More