The Art of Manipulation.

Ever felt like the world goes by without you really mattering? Have your opinions been discarded without a second look and your ideas not taken into account? To make the changes that you desire, to leave an impact in this world, isn’t that what true power is? Take a look here to know more about the secrets behind manipulation and what it really is.

Spiff the Spaceman, Susie Derkins and Snowmen: The Surreal Suburbia of Calvin and Hobbes

Calvin takes a pad of papers with a pencil in hand, and tells his dad that his campaigns for staying elected as Dad haven’t been yielding any results. He also ponders various existential crisis' as he and Hobbes hurtle themselves from the top of a hill into a lake. Not to mention he managed to sell Earth to some Extraterrestrial beings for cookies. “Lots of cookies”, he would grin. Welcome to the world of Calvin and Hobbes. The Rabbit hole awaits your coincidental stumble into it.

Satire

What’s the point of satire? “O’Cracy - D.E.M., beloved husband of T. Ruth, loving father of L.I. Bertie, brother of Faith, Hope, Justicia, expired on June 26.” – Obituary section, Times of India, June 28th 1975 You are probably wondering why this article begins with an obituary. What you just read is a cleverly worded... Continue Reading →

Language – Enjoy the essence of speaking.

Ever wondered how the concept of languages came into existance? How do different words and phrases weave themselves in and out of common vocabulary creating groups and families of languages? Read on to learn more about the history of languages and how different cultures were deeply influenced by languages.

Breaking stereotypes in your drawing room

Our favourite television shows are not just entertainment. Often, they are the lens through which we view the world. From all white sitcoms to shows that portrayed a diverse range of characters, TV shows have come a long way in breaking stereotypes. We take a look at the shows that made a difference, in the past decades.

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