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Week 2 of 2019

The trips to the University continued but to no avail. Again. Talk about bureaucracy. Other than that, my mind is in overdrive. I’ve realised, though, that books continue to remain my best friends. They somehow help me sail through whatever … Continue reading

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Week 1 of 2019

‘Tis the time to start anew; the time to make and break resolutions or simply looking forward to another year filled with hope. And look, we have already completed a week in this new year. Honestly, New Year Day couldn’t … Continue reading

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Pondicherry: Teeny Tiny with a Big Heart

Pondicherry, also known as the French Riviera of India, is a small union territory located in the state of Tamil Nadu. When I say small, it, indeed, is small. A teeny tiny place along the Bay of Bengal, India. As … Continue reading

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Romantic Rock Beach

It’s well-known that I am a big Nicholas Sparks fan. I’ve read all his novels and love each one of them. But on my recent trip to Puducherry, a union territory of India, gave me the feels of being in … Continue reading

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The Palace of Illusions: A Must Read

I guess, from the time I started reading, it was mostly the works of international authors for me. Venturing into reading something written by an Indian author was a far-fetched idea. That does not mean I did not read books … Continue reading

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Being a Teacher – The Passion

We experience joy in several ways. The joy of cradling a baby, the joy of being in the arms of a loved one, the joy of Christmas, and so many others. Then there is the joy that you experience when … Continue reading

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Ph.D.: Not Just a Degree, It’s a (Torturous) Way of Life – Part 6

The crux of my posts in this Ph.D. series should be my actual research work and not my complaints. πŸ˜€ So, let me throw light on what I actually did. I’ll try to keep it as simple as I can; … Continue reading

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