Monthly Archives November 2015

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While I am usually the protagonist of the stories I tell, the aim is to be less narcissistic and more focused on weaving a narrative around everyday issues and activities that may entertain you. While I love suspense, some may agree that the protagonist's character also requires some development, which demands a slight change in focus. So, in honour of the most narcissistic holiday that I…

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The LSE has a wide selection of cafes, but barring the Weston in Saw Swee Hock, and a few more, the coffee is often disappointing. Then there’s the crowd factor. The struggle to find a table at the Garrick, or the 4th Floor Café is real… and God forbid you need to charge your laptop! So if you’re a coffee snob,…

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Amidst my regular morning rush I mindlessly flipped through the NDTV update announcing that Modi had arrived in London. Hardly newsworthy, of course; it would have been difficult to not know about the visit. Few missed the life-size image of his face that was projected on the UK Parliament building a few days ago, especially those who live in Westminster,…

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Amidst the recent explosion of healthy Indian beverage brands, juices are clearly dominating the market, from the cold-pressed to the raw-pressed and the antidotes of the market. Throw in some jargon like natural, or no added preservatives, add some pretty packaging, you’re good to go! Not Your Average Healthy Drink But juicy as they may be, there are other health-drinks…

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