Author: Jo

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From Words to Frames – Part I

  Ever since humans invented language in its spoken form, they began to narrate and listen to stories. Stories are an integral part of human life. Our stories are mixed together in the form of...






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Slicing a Nation – Part I – The Genesis

  No Indian could ever forget 15th August, 1947. With independence came partition. While the former is the reason to rejoice the later remains a painful remainder throughout. The pages of Indian history that tell...






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Frozen Frames

      The history of photography can be traced much earlier in the past, than we think, right from the camera obscura. Not more than a couple of centuries ago, painting was the only...






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Dating Science through Popular Science

    As teens many of us begin to lose our love for basic sciences when those subjects become ‘dry’ in approach, well, from the student perspective. We, among our friends begin to quip, “I...






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Drinking to Death

    Who would not want to take a sip of sizzling fizzy drink, which is advertised around the world as a thirst quencher with a tasty twist?  In cans and bottles the world drinks...






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An Academic Love/Hate Saga

  Through learning we improve our understanding on everything and ultimately better our lives. Every subject has got something special that keeps drawing learners towards it and sustains the interest. Mathematics is a unique subject...






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By the People

  I, as a kid had always admired and felt proud to be born in this country- a country which is multilingual, multicultural demography, which is what my social studies text book told me. My...