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Sukun – A Ray of Hope

Sukun – A Ray of Hope

 By: Alankrita Anand (PR Co-ordinator)         For those of who who have yet not heard of the latest convertible in town, it’s a modern (and may I add, swanky) incarnation of the humble rickshaw, and as reiterated by the project head time and again, Sukun is not a technological innovation for it’s [...]

‘Tis a Good Day to Confess

‘Tis a Good Day to Confess

 By Anushka Kaushik (Associate Editor)         Forgive me, Admin, for I have sinned. Go ahead, my child-whose-identity-shall-never-be-revealed. Here’s the link to the Google doc. Oh, thank the lord! I mean, err, Admin. This weight can finally be lifted off my shoulders. Why, that’s what I’m here for. From the outrageous, to the [...]

SYRIA – What Lies Ahead

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SYRIA – What Lies Ahead

By Drushti Joshi (Editor, Achiever’s Section)         War and violence has continued to plague the Middle East in the last year. As newly-independent, democratic states begin to emerge and much of the violence begins to subdue, the Syrian Arab Republic finds itself embroiled in escalated levels of violent clashes within its territory. [...]

Wake Up/Snooze – Your Choice

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Wake Up/Snooze – Your Choice

By Tanya Krishnoth (Sub Editor, International Section)           It has happened. Again. And this time it is but a 5 year old. And why? Because she’s a girl. Headlines – “5-year old RAPED in Delhi” – flooded the media, left, right and centre. It’s a brutal recap of what seems to [...]