The Critilizers and I have grown together over the last few years. It is a reflection of my blogging journey and my thoughts on reaching, the milestone, of having 100 followers.
The coronavirus pandemic has brought in a new normal. Lockdowns have forced education to go online. Long hours in front of devices to attend classes is taking a toll on the health of students. Is there an alternative? Image Source: Market Watch
The trend of low voter turnouts for local body polls is universal. This post focuses on a few factors why the polling rates in urban centres are low. It is an attempt to understand the urban voter.
To make ends meet, women had to lose the right to their self as they were coerced into getting hysterectomies done. This has happened and is happening in Beed, Maharashtra. How long will this go on?
Mental Health has moved from being a topic of taboo to a subject of discussion. Through this journey the discourse on mental health has changed. People are more receptive to it. But there is a long road ahead. So let us read and talk!
An account of my journey and a walk down the memory lane reminiscing the events about how I got to be published for the first time in print media.
The concerns that a few students with exam during the pandemic are genuine. But does everyone of them want it? And is delaying the exam a solution to it?
The medical community is leading the charge against the pandemic across the globe. Some of them lost their lives in the process trying to save people. But we thank them with lawsuits, ostracisation, attacks and kicking them out on the street. It is our thanks to their service. Cover Pic : The Atlantic
If everyone keeps telling you to "Study Hard" but you haven't had much success with it, or wish to score better in your tests and actually learn stuff for the long term then this post is just for you with actionable steps you can use immediately.
Poem talks of anguish of ending a three decade relationship and inability to salvage it through the roller coaster of drug use by one