Exams, a major stress issue for children which happens maybe twice or thrice a year but that is not the idea of this post, well it kind of is but this isn't one of those posts where I go into depth rather this is a light-hearted post where I'll just scramble a few paragraphs because... err... umm... I kind of have my first exam tomorrow too. :PGenerally in India, September is the default month for Mid-terms. I've seen Mid-terms in September for so many schools and so many years that I somehow … [Read more...] about 10 Types Of ‘Exam Tomorrow’ Kids – Let The Games (Exams) Begin…
It is often argued that the society, no matter how open-minded we are, will always be divided with financial stronghold being a prime criteria and over the years the 3 classes that are quite distinguishable from each other based upon the factor of money is the Rich, the Middle and the Poor. I will not talk about the Rich or the Poor, everyone on Earth is already busy debating about them. I would rather take up the very reality of the Middle Class and why I feel that money maybe the main problem … [Read more...] about The Middle Class, Through The Eyes Of A 16-Year Old
I don't watch reality shows. My mother does. I won't lie I was desperately finding something to write about when I happened to pass by the television and heard a statement which kind of burned me to the innermost artery. "... Dehradun jaise chote sheharo se log aate hain..." (People come to shows from small cities like Dehradun) This cursed statement was spoken by one of the most loved judges on Dance India Dance, Marzi Pestonji more popularly known as 'Master Marzi'. This is not the first time … [Read more...] about 5 Reasons Why Dehradun Is Not The ‘Chota Shehar’ Anymore
Fortunately, I got an idea for this article yesterday when two completely contrasting incidents happened and which made me realise that the value for life or valuing life if I put it that way is again a quality that does not exist in almost a complete 99.99% of humans. So, let's get direct and here is incident number one, which happened at school.Two friends of mine who are friends too fought with each other on a very petty issue that no one seems to recall. The fight isn't important, what … [Read more...] about Valuing Life, Is It That Difficult?
It's late now. I didn't post today, yet. This post may not be good, not even interesting nor do I expect it to be. This is just a random post about why I didn't post today even though after a lot of struggle I had a good article at hand. The only reason is because I was under certain restrictions which, despite my blatant blaming nature, stopped me from clicking on 'Publish'.The day started normally and I had a writer's block and I knew that this would cause trouble because I had to get an … [Read more...] about What Happen’s When Writer’s Block And Writer’s Restrictions Collide
"Brace Yourself, Independence Day practice is about to start." This was posted by my school's official troll Facebook page a few days back, a week, if I'm not wrong and yes, it's true. We have to 'brace ourselves' for it. Why, is it you're wondering?Well, our school, pardon me, all schools in Dehradun or perhaps the whole nation have this 'way' of celebrating the Independence Day (15th of August) where the school starts 'practicing' for the ceremonies i.e. the assembly, the march past, … [Read more...] about Are Independence Day Celebrations At School Necessary?