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The Real Sufferers

After a disturbing number of incidents of vehicles set ablaze and tourists beaten up, one really wonders how we call ourselves a civilised society. As one of my friends rightly mentioned, ‘No wonder the British were able to “Divide and...

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When we lose sight just for the limelight

Before you think of chewing off my head for talking about feminism while having a Y-chromosome, please (please) step back and think about the kind of bias you’re dwelling in. So my Saturday started with my daily share of Facebook...

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On vegetarianism

This is the edited post. Upon retrospect (and after a few cold stares), I felt that the original post may have come across as too strong, seeming a bit too aggressive, bordering on angry. That was not the purpose of...

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The so-called demonic torrents

Torrents have never been out of the limelight, nor will they be for the foreseeable future. As long as there’s data, there would be data sharing, and torrents will be spoken about until they’re replaced by a better technology. Thanks...

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Did you like Kabali?

It’s funny how people just assume that I’m obnoxious. No, I’m not trying to deny facts here, just stating that I’m not that predictable. So a few days ago, thanks to a friend, I watched Kabali—probably the most-awaited Tamil movie...