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The Shift

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My Nani (maternal grandmother) used to tell me about her experiences and story of the village in which she used to live with her inlaws. She said that women of that time asked each other in the evening if their horses had arrived at their homes. I asked what that meant, and she explained that… Read More »The Shift

Is it fair? No, What can I do?

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Today A friend of mine and I went to a famous lake in my city to eat roasted corn (known as bhutta in Hindi). Usually, a large number of vendors are present there who sell it on their hand carts; however, today we only found a couple of sellers there. So we stopped at a… Read More »Is it fair? No, What can I do?

Googling as a skill

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Last year I read an article, “Someone added ‘googling’ as a skill on CV, landed an interview. See viral tweet“. After reading the article and following the original writer’s tweet on Twitter, I saw mixed reaction’s from the Twitter community. Some were praising it, on the other hand; some criticising it. Recently, a friend asked… Read More »Googling as a skill

How I started learning English!!

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A couple of days before a friend of mine attempted an English test. They struggled with it. So when I saw that test, I was comfortable with it. Because of all this, I remember how I started learning English. As i came from a town people didn’t use English for verbal communication, even in English… Read More »How I started learning English!!

Git Set Go

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I graduated this year. A few friends of mine and I ran a student community in our college to create a good culture for everyone on campus. We tried our best the run the community however, due to covid, we were not able to do what we wanted to do initially. As we were visiting… Read More »Git Set Go