Wednesday, October 20, 2021

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Nupur Chowdhury

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An eccentric writer of quirky tales, who likes reading, writing, talking, shopping and singing tunelessly in the shower.

7 Weirdest Types of Neighbours

Neighbors. Unless you live on Mars, you have them. They come in all shapes and sizes – the good, the bad, and the ugly. And...

The Abominable Bride – Is Mycroft Holmes Dying?

‘The Abominable Bride’, the BBC Sherlock Christmas-special episode, was perhaps one of the more emotionally charged episodes. In classic Gatiss and Moffat style, this instalment's...

Poetry: Bright Young Things

A poem about the arrogance of youth, the vitality and the certainty that the world is ours for the taking, if only we could...

6 Tips for a Charming Personality

Having a friendly and outgoing demeanour can smoothen out most of the obstacles that we face in life and are the secret to success...

Changes We Hope to See in 2016!

A whole new year has just arrived, bringing with it a host of new hopes and plans for the future, along with an exquisite...

Poetry: Dollhouse

A story of lives lived in the shadows of the spotlight, frittered away in a haze of harsh lighting and loud music until what remains...

A Matter of Honour – An Easy Read for a Quick Thrill.

Jeffrey Archer’s ‘A Matter of Honour’ was not an extraordinary, must-read book; but neither was it particularly unlikeable. As a thriller, A Matter of...

Sidney Sheldon’s Bloodline: A Riveting Tale of Sex and Betrayal

Sidney Sheldon's Bloodline is the quintessential pot-boiler, a veritable cornucopia of sex, intrigue, and adrenaline. A racy page-turner, as most of Sidney Sheldon’s novels, tend to...

Kingsman – The Self-Aware James Bond.

Harry Hart of Kingsman is James Bond in all but name, and he knows it. No, he does. He really, REALLY does! The superspy (going by...

The Quake- A Short Story.

Preeti sighed as the ground lurched violently under her feet once again. The man was a veritable nuisance. “Oh no, not those,” she repeated with...

Saudi Women’s New-found Right to Electoral Equality – Will It Really Change Anything?

In the local elections that are to be held on December 12, 2015, the conservative Middle Eastern nation of Saudi Arabia will, for the...

Spy Thrillers : 6 Frequently Used Big Phrases

Movies have always been a fascinating escape. Whether they are Home Alone Movies or Spy thrillers – that equally exhilarating and exhausting fiction genre...

FB Founder Mark Zuckerberg’s Heartwarming Letter to His Daughter

Facebook founder and Silicon Valley tycoon Mark Zuckerberg recently wrote a heartfelt and inspiring open letter to his newborn daughter, Max, along with his...

Meat – The Great Divider of France and India.

The question of meat. The great dilemma has divided both India and France along lines both social and political, with communal undertones. The incident at...

Commercial Surrogacy – A Right or a Burden?

The NDA Government’s decision to ban foreign couples’ access to legal surrogacy services in India has sparked a debate within the country about the...

Of Religion and Violence

People today often blame religion for the wars and violence that occur globally. Before beginning this article, I must clarify something: I am not a...

The British Monarchy – Relevant or Redundant?

“There’s a tide in the affairs of men, which taken at the flood, leads to fortune.” But what happens if that tide came long before...

Types of Weird Guys on Facebook

Almost all of us use one social media platform or the other at this point. One of the inevitable consequences of a social media...

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