Can we really separate the person from their opinions on government actions? Continue reading What colour is your sky?
After taking everything this man had, the gunman pulls the trigger anyway. This man, at the cost of bargaining for his life – lost his life. Continue reading You Always Have a Choice
One evening, while I was reading the newspaper, my elder brother came home and asked me to make him a cup of tea. I bluntly refused, saying that I was studying. To this, he responded, “no, you’re not studying. You’re … Continue reading A Turning Point
Grade A student, good daughter, good human but what about her dreams? Continue reading Series Of Misfortunate Events: Frustration & Depression
They fight, complain, curse their fate and usually don’t care who their audience for the day is. Continue reading Why My Parents Never Considered Divorce
“Judges had no problems with lines like ‘ye tera bistar garam karegi’, nor with abuses.” – Monami Basu Continue reading The Regression In The Shadow Of Progression – A Story Of Sahitya Kala Parishad
“You spent 200 for a cab! You could have simply taken the bus.” It’s as if buses are just waiting for my royal entry. *rolls her eyes* Continue reading Our Truly ‘Grand’ Parents