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The Tower of Power

The classic definition of power is the possession of control, authority, or influence over others. This seemingly small word can transform the lives of those who possess it, for better or worse. Countless fairy tales, poems, and anecdotes in multiple

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Dreams

Dreams have always been the most fascinating parts of sleep. We spend one-third of our life sleeping and typically have around 3 to 6 dreams per night that last for approximately 5-20 minutes. Funnily enough, for how much we dream, we haven’t even be

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The Power Paradox

Power is considered as the pinnacle of influence and control. You can either have power over a person, like that of professor over students, or have the power to influence a course of events, like that of a CEO’s decisions over the happenings in a co

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Magic of Books

Books are real magicians, and to understand the nature of their exquisite magic, we need to understand the meaning of the word reading. To most, reading is the act of continuously looking into a series of written symbols and unravelling the secrets b

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How a wrong turn caused World War 1

June 28th, 1914 was like every other summer day in Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Little did the world know that this day would go down in history as one of the major catalysts that would shape the future of humanity. Archduke F

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Green Planet or Grey Planet?

For as long as humans have existed, Earth has been known to all as the Green Planet, as it is the only planet in the Solar System with vegetation. Plants have existed for ages as some of the earliest living organisms on Earth, but lately, the rich gr

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The most expensive mathematical error

Remember all the times you lost marks because you forgot to specify the units? Every now and then, it just so happens that you calculate a value in centimetres but write the units as metres instead, or don’t convert grams into kilograms. Ever felt th

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Ghosts in my Head

Here I stay. Alone and astray. Staring into the endless wall ahead.   And out of nowhere, I hear a wail. Is it a crying child, or the voice of the dead?   Left? Right? I hear it all around. And all I see are fumes As I c

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Happy Birthday Madras

The name Madras originates from “Madrasapattinam”- the site chosen by the British East India Company for the development of a permanent settlement in 1639. We celebrate Madras Day in commemoration of this pact inked 382 years ago. The occasion commem

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Yours Rustically, Madras

As the days of this year seamlessly roll over, passing month after month in the flash of second, I personally would like to pause right here and admire this beautiful month of August, for it is in August I can relish the ‘birthday’ of the place I hol

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The Tower of Power

The classic definition of power is the possession of control, authority, or influence over others. This seemingly small word can transform the lives of those who possess it, for better or worse. Countless fairy tales, poems, and anecdotes in multiple

Image is here

Dreams

Dreams have always been the most fascinating parts of sleep. We spend one-third of our life sleeping and typically have around 3 to 6 dreams per night that last for approximately 5-20 minutes. Funnily enough, for how much we dream, we haven’t even be

Image is here

The Power Paradox

Power is considered as the pinnacle of influence and control. You can either have power over a person, like that of professor over students, or have the power to influence a course of events, like that of a CEO’s decisions over the happenings in a co

Image is here

Magic of Books

Books are real magicians, and to understand the nature of their exquisite magic, we need to understand the meaning of the word reading. To most, reading is the act of continuously looking into a series of written symbols and unravelling the secrets b

Image is here

How a wrong turn caused World War 1

June 28th, 1914 was like every other summer day in Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Little did the world know that this day would go down in history as one of the major catalysts that would shape the future of humanity. Archduke F

Image is here

Green Planet or Grey Planet?

For as long as humans have existed, Earth has been known to all as the Green Planet, as it is the only planet in the Solar System with vegetation. Plants have existed for ages as some of the earliest living organisms on Earth, but lately, the rich gr

Image is here

The most expensive mathematical error

Remember all the times you lost marks because you forgot to specify the units? Every now and then, it just so happens that you calculate a value in centimetres but write the units as metres instead, or don’t convert grams into kilograms. Ever felt th

Image is here

Ghosts in my Head

Here I stay. Alone and astray. Staring into the endless wall ahead.   And out of nowhere, I hear a wail. Is it a crying child, or the voice of the dead?   Left? Right? I hear it all around. And all I see are fumes As I c

Image is here

Happy Birthday Madras

The name Madras originates from “Madrasapattinam”- the site chosen by the British East India Company for the development of a permanent settlement in 1639. We celebrate Madras Day in commemoration of this pact inked 382 years ago. The occasion commem

Image is here

Yours Rustically, Madras

As the days of this year seamlessly roll over, passing month after month in the flash of second, I personally would like to pause right here and admire this beautiful month of August, for it is in August I can relish the ‘birthday’ of the place I hol