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The Tale Of Entrapment

Under the affect of alcohol he could barely walk, walking looked so dangerous for him. His hands battled with glass wall to hold them. Tremendous pull of gravity made his grounded feet imbalanced and prone to collisions. His blurry vision and loose tongue crowned him as a super dangerous orator. Isn’t it “ITS KEWL”? [Caution – My woven thoughts might sound CONSERVATIVE but understand the underlying message. READ THIS WITH OPEN HEAD]   Youth population of any country is considered to be extremely important in defining its growth. India driven by corrupted politics and polluted mindsets can be superior nation

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D-Day Movie Review: Story, Performances Awesome

The movie goes beyond the plain logistics of the ugly world of espionage to try and put a human face to the people who lose everything and gain nothing in their line of work, says Jaideep Ghosh The movie’s momentum is built up right from the first sequence, as a catchy version of ‘Damadam Mast Kalandar’ sets the pace which is sustained remarkably throughout the plot by director Nikhil Advani. The tempo has its ups and downs in terms of speed but doesn’t lose the momentum of intensity at any time. Wali (Irrfan Khan), Rudra (Arjun Rampal), Zoya (Huma Qureshi)

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घुलता हुआ एहसास

  सोचता तो था की शायद उसको याद करता हूँ पर अहसास अब कुछ कम होता है कुछ समय पहले चाहता तो उसे बहुत था पर महसूस अब थोडा कम करता हूँ कहीं से कुछ कम हुआ है या खुद ही ख़त्म हो रहा हूँ पर कुछ बातों को याद करके मायूस अब थोडा कम होता हूँ सूरज को देखने की आदत तो नहीं पड़ी है, पर चाँद को अब कभी कभी ही देखता हूँ किसी और का नाम तो नहीं आया है अभी जुबां पे, पर उसका नाम ज़रूर कम लेता हूँ देर रात तक जागना तो अभी शुरू

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How Times Have Changed: The Mouse Lords Over The Cat!

Ankush Kumar presents you the current political and administrative scenario in the form of this wonderful story. Must read.  Once upon a time in La La land lived hundreds of mices. They shared great camaraderie amongst each other. All of them played under one roof, enjoyed morsels of food together, hunted in a herd and kept outside threat at bay. Then one fine day a new breed was born. It was the result of one mice falling in love with another from a different country. There was tremendous opposition, but eventually love triumphed. Years passed and the new breed grew

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The Night Before The Exams

  “ Wake up Robin.. !” Kushal, my roomate, called me, as I was sleeping, in an ever so wornout, cold and chilling evening on my uncovered shaky bed after those over- exhausting classes in the college. “HEY its roll call” he shouted and banged a dirty, dusty pillow on my head, and hell, that smelly stuff woke me up. I saw Ankit sleeping too, curled disoriented and incompletely aligned in another garbage-appearing bed. I never try wasting my already drained and sucked up energy to call such a huge mass who perhaps is, in mid of his deepest subconscious

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15 Rupees – Part 1

  “The next station is Tilak Nagar, the doors will open on the left. Please stay away from the doors” – This announcement has lately become the cue for me to vacate my hard earned seat in Delhi Metro, which I mostly win at Rajeev Chowk metro station. It being the biggest terminal so far in Delhi metro for different metro routes, always gives you an opportunity to earn the seat, but only if you are already in the metro not outside. However, even for that you have to act smart, you need to be swift and precise, you need

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Sweating on a Dry Day

My bloody door-bell can even wake a dead man. I struggled my way through the living room, overcoming couches and my half-dead drunken friend. It infuriated me when I saw that the screaming door-bell didn’t wake my room-mate. I opened the door with an annoyed expression. Waking up after drinking till 5 AM is a work of bravery. Then to walk a whole fucking 15 feet to answer the door bell is an act that deserves the highest recognition for bravery. And then to see that a not-so-important friend standing at your doorstep is murderous. He was wearing a silly

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