How Not To Plan A Trip

How Not To Plan A Trip

By Vandana Miglani, Batch of 2019 With the festive season around the corner, and an uncanny amount of free time on our hands (read as: the brief illusion between the Mid and End semester exams), taking a trip with the amigos is certainly an option. But while it presents itself as a great idea, that’s just the beginning. What follows between the idea and the trip, is utter chaos.  We, at the Alliance, feel you….

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Finding Home

Finding Home

By Sharanya Swain, ICE- Batch of 2019 I’m sitting in front of the TV. Wiling away my precious time and boring myself to death. Seeing the mundane life that I lead, suddenly a voice inside tells me “I want to go home”. I sit upright and play the entire thought inside my mind. Sitting peacefully, with no hindrance whatsoever in my own house- I feel I want to go home! Aren’t I already in mine….

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Brexit : Break Up or Break Down?

Brexit : Break Up or Break Down?

By Perez Yeptho, Batch of 2019 We all have been seeing the hashtag #Brexit pop up more than once on our social media feeds and it seems like all of a sudden everyone on the internet became a political analyst overnight with their own views and opinions. Sadly (much like the British populace), very few actually understand the importance of the European Union and the massive step that the UK has decided to take. Let…

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Death And Not Oblivion

Death And Not Oblivion

By Soumya Bisht, Batch of 2019 Death never intimidated me. It pains, yes, but the process lasts for a minute or two. I don’t believe in the Grim Reaper or the ‘light’. I am a realist and prefer believing in a scientific process of death wherein your heart collapses and then gradually, your brain does. What gives me horrible goosebumps is the idea of the blackness after death, and while science describes the decomposition of…

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