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Voter's Ink: The Colour of Our Choice

(Published in Issue No. 2372 of The Doon School Weekly)

Saturday, April 19 2014

We’re an empire now, and when we act, we create our own reality.

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Contemporary

Dysmorphilia

Hating your body? Think that it is imperfect? We all go through that phase wherein we aspire of having a physically perfect body.

Dysmorphilia, a debut full length production by Daloy Dance Company choreographed and directed by Ms. 220 more words

Dance

Two Sides of a Coin

(Published in the Founder’s Issue of The Doon School Weekly, 2013)

Saturday, October 9 2013

It’s been said that politics and terror are but two sides of the same coin. 579 more words

Creative (Prose)

After the Fall (Tucker Springs #6) by L.A. Witt (5 Stars)

I absolutely loved this story! The entire story is told from Nathan’s point of view, and he’s an amazingly interesting character. I couldn’t get enough of him. 314 more words

Gay Romance

Do countries have a right to snoop on their citizens?

(Published in Issue No. 2352 of The Doon School Weekly)

Saturday, September 7 2013

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Arnaav Bhavanani

Any citizen with half a brain would answer this question with a resounding NO.  1,164 more words

Contemporary

Lest We Forget...

(Published in Issue No. 2342 of The Doon School Weekly)

Saturday, April 20 2013

In the crowded School life of a Dosco, a holiday is rare, but a highly valued occurrence. 348 more words

Contemporary

Psalm 10 – Politics

I will praise thee, O Lord
Not for the fair world
Thou hast created, making
Man rule over women

Making one kind of a man… 163 more words

Contemporary