Marks matter, and here’s why. 

So the CBSE results are out again, and as the divine souls of Social Media would have it, marks don't matter posts are trending all over our timelines with full vigor. This isn't very different from the 'Happy Mother's day (and it's opposite, I hate people who post Happy Mother's day) posts', or the 'Arvind … Continue reading Marks matter, and here’s why. 

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The man who brought the nation together.

“Dream is not that which you see while sleeping it is something that does not let you sleep.” These are the words of one of the humblest, most intelligent and intellectual human beings I’ve ever met. Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam, the man who gave us the vision 2020, is not with us anymore, and to me, this news was a bigger shock than one can imagine.

The big nose theory.

Before I begin this post, I want you to quickly do a little exercise. Hold your breath, cover your nose with a hand so you cannot breathe and open your mouth. Now start inhaling and exhaling from the mouth. Did it feel a little uncomfortable? I’m sure you’ll easily do it for a minute. How … Continue reading The big nose theory.

The bedtime rituals.

You can never appreciate motherhood the way it deserves until you see what a mother has to go through everyday right in front of your eyes. That’s a sad but true fact. I’ve never failed to appreciate the women in my life though, but at the same time, I was yet to see a few … Continue reading The bedtime rituals.

Getting rid of pimples, the simple way.

As soon as you hit the age of 13, you become a teenager and with that begins a never ending war between your age and your mind. As we grow up, in that phase of age there are multiple challenges that we face, the most common one being… board exams! I know, but here I … Continue reading Getting rid of pimples, the simple way.

The challenge for a happier India.

1,200,000,000. Those of you who didn’t get confused while counting the number of zeros might have guessed, the number I just gave is the approximate population of our country. When we say that India is developing, we look at the 50 million people who are well to do and can live a good life, but … Continue reading The challenge for a happier India.