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| August 21, 2019

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Posts By Pranav Sahay

The colossal revolution of Ebooks

February 13, 2015 |

Gone are the days when one had to chase publishers in order to get their works published. In the new age, the brouhaha of Ebooks has taken over with some of the most remarkable stories being published online. Not only … Read More

How Ebooks have transformed our way of reading and writing

February 11, 2015 |

The best thing about innovation in technology is the flurry of surprises that it showers upon us. How did you feel when you used a Tablet PC for the first time? That is something which we can define as the … Read More

Narendra Modi’S New Opponent: The Onion

July 15, 2014 |

After winning the Prime Minister’s post of the world’s largest democracy by upstaging ruthless veteran Congress politicians, Narendra Modi must now go to battle against the humble onion. In India, the common man measures food inflation by how much … Read More

Don’t let your belly Bloat

May 26, 2014 |

If you think this is just another how-not-to-get-fat articles, you’re wrong. Belly bloat is not the same as belly fat. Remember the feeling that you get when you get after a couple of extra beers or after feasting at a … Read More

Talwar Couple Guilty of Murdering Daughter Arushi

November 25, 2013 |

It might just be the final countdown to the conclusion of Arushi – Hemraj murder case as a special CBI court convicted Arushi’s father, Dr. Rajesh Talwar and mother, Nupur Talwar for slaughtering their daughter along with the home servant, … Read More

Hindus in Melbourne come together to celebrate Diwali

October 30, 2013 |

The otherwise dull Federation Square in Melbourne came back to life on an overcast day when people thronged the place wearing colourful Sarees to celebrate Diwali. Diwali is known as the Festival of Lights and is celebrated by Hindus specifically … Read More

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