Monthly Archives: July 2005

Harry Potter- Present, Future

After reading the latest installment of the Harry Potter series, I’m thinking if “The Prisoner of Azkaban” still remains my favorite Potter book. Thickly plotted, the book is very gripping. Each line has been carefully written and nothing has been … Continue reading

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Dude, Chillax Hard!

Dude, Chillax Hard! Watched The [with a capital T] ‘youth-oriented’ ‘yuppie’ chickflick. It was on Hungama TV on a Saturday evening. [and I thought kiddie channels only showed Harry Potter or Madeline or Mowgli…but this channel shows even Jhankaar Beats!] … Continue reading

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Thanks, Jo!

All that which is too dumb to be said, is sung for a dime. All that that is too dumb to be written in prose, is put in rhyme. A cluster of Not-So-Terse Verse. I walked into the bookstore nearby … Continue reading

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My beautiful Mysore

This is an essay, I wrote in 6th standard for a competition conducted by the local newspaper, The star of Mysore. I won the second place and it was published in the newspaper. Born on 22nd of September 1986 in … Continue reading

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The Half-Blood Prince : My speculations.

D-Day is just around a week away! I am, of course, talking about the sixth instalment of suspense, thrill, amazement, no-holds-barred imagination presented in amazingly good writing by Joanne Rowling. The gap has been incredibly long between The Order of … Continue reading

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