Karisma Kapoor And Squad Show Us How To Travel In Style

Here’s hoping some more pictures from this Goa trip emerge soon Amrita Arora is all set to celebrate her 40th birthday – and that calls for a party like no other. When your best friends are Kareena Kapoor and Karisma Kapoor and your sister is the ever stylish Malaika Arora, it would be hard not […]

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“A Rose for Emily” by William Faulkner

The abrupt and twisted ending allows for multiple interpretations and demands to be read again and again. The Narrator – An unnamed member(s) of the town who watched the events of Emily’s life unfold in its entirety. The story is presented to the reader in a non-chronological order; this suggests that the story is being […]

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10 Things Solo Travel Taught Me About Relationships

This summer, my four-year relationship ended. So naturally, I booked a two-and-a-half week trip to Croatia and Iceland. By myself. At the time, there was a part of me that thought I could run away from my heartbreak (spoiler alert: I couldn’t) and come back healed and unscarred (spoiler alert: I didn’t). When asked, I’d […]

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King Solomon’s Mines

This is a wonderfully strange book. It reads like an extended, imperialistic fairy tale. This is a wonderfully strange book. It reads like an extended, imperialistic fairy tale. Three Englishmen (one an over-sized aristocrat) go in search of the legendary mines with the help of an ancient map drawn in blood. They come across a […]

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