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  • FALLING FOR YOU

    FALLING FOR YOU...

    Falling for you was like stepping on thin ice, I could glide gracefully or sink like dead leaves, But the ice has been shattered the truth has been scattered, there’s no point trying to mend it back. Falling for you was like jumping off a building, my mind said I won’t make it now But &h[...]

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  • Appeal by a Student to Never Burn Crackers on Diwali With or Without a Ban

    Appeal by a Student to Never Burn Crackers on...

    Diwali is a festival of lights, vigor and joy. It is celebrated with great pomp and show including busting of crackers.  But the bursting of crackers and trucking rockets are the reasons why some of us are unable to breath. It causes harmful effects to our environment. Therefore, this year the Supr[...]

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  • “The Unfair Fate”

    “The Unfair Fate”...

    She stood there, all alone, Waiting for a good omen, But came fate, stirring everything in a storm. There lay her belongings, Her memories in a mess, As lifeless as a fish on land. Being a dancer was a thing of past, And long-lost forgotten are the days of the singer, No amount of her …

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  • The Udaipur Trek: A life Changing Experience

    The Udaipur Trek: A life Changing Experience...

    It was not only Joyce who was upset with me. The entire class was up in arms against me. I ruefully reflected that all this was because of our Udaipur trek. A few days ago during our trek, our class was divided into two teams. I took the lead for my team along with my … (0) Comment

  • How Technology is helping Students Learn Better and More

    How Technology is helping Students Learn Bett...

    Technology is helping teachers to expand their teaching methods beyond linear, text-based learning and to engage students who learn best in unconventional ways. Its role in schools has evolved from a contained “computer class” into a versatile learning tool that could change how we demonstrate c[...]

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  • Why Learn a Foreign Language?

    Why Learn a Foreign Language?...

    Physiological studies have found that speaking two or more languages is a great asset to the cognitive process. The brain of multilingual people operates somewhat different from that of single language speakers, and these differences offer several psychological and skill related benefits. Below[...]

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  • A Night in the Jungle by Mukul Gupta

    A Night in the Jungle by Mukul Gupta...

    At about 12: 00 AM in the night, I was driving on a hilly road, on a steep turn when I reached the footbrake; I realized that the brakes of my Volkswagen Trend line Golf assembled in 2015, with an automatic transmission had just failed, probably due to a leakage in the brake fluid pipe. I was helple[...]

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  • Why The Donald Trump Effect Took Place

    Why The Donald Trump Effect Took Place...

    As the race for the United States President is in final phases, anyone who has even just briefly taken a look at the proceedings is wondering the exact same thing - Why did the USA, one of the foremost nations of the world in almost all spheres, elect Donald Trump as the Republican candidate in its [...]

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  • ‘Why didn’t you let me live?’ | By Ayushi Chaudhary

    ‘Why didn’t you let me live?̵...

    I was just a girl, Who came in this world with closed eyes. Thinking of a bright future. But then why you didn’t let me live? Is it my mistake that I was a girl? Then, how could you be so cruel? That you didn’t even care for my mother’s tears, Who was just begging …

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  • Poem: ‘Silence’ | By Rupal Handoo

    Poem: ‘Silence’ | By Rupal Handoo...

    A beautiful poem written by Rupal Handoo, class XII student at Khaitan Public School, Sahibabad. She naturally dives into the depths of her mind and majestically writes about the predicaments of those who keep their secrets from the poet. She, as a poet, ends the poem by in-explicitly threatening th[...]

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  • Hackers – The misunderstood race | The Technocratie

    Hackers – The misunderstood race | The ...

    Hackers - The word evokes an imagery of a hooded, shady figure sitting on a computer, furiously tapping the keys on the keyboard in an effort to bring an entire organisation down to its knees. But is it true anymore? How many types of hackers are there? Read my post to know more! [...]

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  • Poetry: The Real but Fake World

    Poetry: The Real but Fake World...

    The poem is written by Ms. Rupal Handoo who studies Science in Class XII at Khaitan Public School, Sahibabad. The poem is about the real world, and the apparent fakeness associated with it. She writes her own experience with the real but fake world, and how she now considers herself mature after enc[...]

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