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Indians on TV

I finished watching Aziz Ansari’s TV show “Master of None” on Netflix a while ago. I loved his character on Parks and Recreation, and the message put across in this new show makes me love it just as much. 800 more words

Rose Colored Wanderess

Yes we suffer from Brain Drain. Here’s why it can be good.

As Indians, brain drain or more euphemistically called human capital flight, is something we come across quite significantly. Owing to our high fascination for reproduction, emigration was always going to be a big issue for us. 564 more words

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A.B.C.D. (American Born Confused Desi)

You are lying on the bed with not a lot to do. You regard the popcorn ceiling and the bright light your father had installed to help you study better. 718 more words

Writings

Twisted

Title: Twisted
Starring: Maddie Hasson, Avan Jogia, Kylie Bunbury
Genre: Thriller, Mystery, Drama
Rating: ★☆☆☆☆ || 1.0

Have you guys seen the recent ads for Amazon TV? 1,384 more words

Review

DOTHEAD, AMIT MAJMUDAR

 

On Friday, May 20 at 5:30pm, Summit Artspace in Akron, Ohio brought together poetry and science lovers into one room. Poet and diagnostic nuclear radiologist Amit Majmudar shared work from his new collection  630 more words

Poetry Reviews

Summer collections 2016 - part 1

Hello everyone!

After a really busy spring with my school, I was finally relieved to get some time for myself. And that means treating and pampering myself with my favorites. 170 more words

Indian-American Tanishq Abraham, 12, heads to University of California for bio-medical engineering

International Business Times | May 24, 2016 |  By Anu James |

After hitting the headlines for becoming the youngest graduate with three college degrees from the United States at the age of 11 in 2015, the Indian-American student, Tanishq Abraham, who is now aged 12, has been accepted to two University of California campuses — Santa Cruz and Davis.  285 more words

Awards