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  • Of Heartbreaks & Digital Footprints
    •   Personal
    •   Thursday, 16 November 2017
    Image SourceRecently, one of the badges that I pin to my bag bag broke off and I googled "How to mend a broken badge" I could have just gone ahead and bought another badge worth 50 bucks, but the Monica in me wouldn't let that happen. From "How to get ball pen ink marks off leather" to "How to get peanut butter off hair", I have googled it all. Anyway, I digress. As I was typed "How to mend a broken...", the first option that google suggested was "broken heart" followed by "broken soul". It is almost amusing to think that people turn to google for mending a broken heart. Having been through a couple of heartbreaks myself, I know how hard it is to get over a broken relationship. But never did I ever resort to google to help me get over the pain. In today's social media age, it......
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  • Image SourceIn my previous post, I spoke about how women who drink are judged and scrutinized by the society. Today, I want to raise another important question and attempt to answer it in my own way. As of today, in India, there are 945 females to every 1000 males. And trust me, this is a better statistic when compared to what it was earlier. We all know the answer to this imbalance, don't we? Female foeticide. Years ago, I wrote a post about this very topic and it hurt me so much to write that. A few days ago, I happened to chance upon that post again and I thought what could be the primary reason for people, men and women alike not wanting to give birth to the girl child. As a new month began and a certain loan amount was cut from my bank account, I got my answer.It......
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  • Book Review: The Handmaid's Tale
    •   Personal
    •   Wednesday, 08 November 2017
    Image SourceTitle: The Handmaid's TaleAuthor: Margaret AtwoodPublisher: Vintage (19 September 1996)Genre: Contemporary FictionPrice: Rs. 259 on AmazonPages: 320I only heard of this book when its series won big at the Emmys. When many people praised this book on social media and since the book was written as a response to second wave feminism, I was intrigued and placed an order for it. It is a fairly short book and I read it in three sittings.The Handmaid’s Tale's setup is in Gilead, formed between the borders of what was formerly the United States Of America. In Gilead, only the men hold power. Be it political, economical or social. The women are only seen as objects of procreation and that is pushed on them as the only expectation from them. They are unable to do anything else, be it have jobs or have a bank account or even read. Since the government has......
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  • Soumya Prasad
    Action Replay: October 2017
    •   Personal
    •   Monday, 06 November 2017
    Image SourceIt was only when Goodreads sent me a mail asking me to vote for my favorite books of 2017, that I realized that we're towards the end of the year. I still remember new year's eve and the terrible hangover that followed and now I have to plan another new year's party? Where are the days going? I have not even completed 20% of the things that I had planned for the year and now a new year beckons? Maybe, I can just push off my resolutions to the new year instead. Now that I am done with the initial drama, let's get to the post. It's November already and to be honest I'm glad this year is moving quickly. It has not been a very good year for me and I can't wait to start a fresh year again. However, the last few months have been pretty good and......
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    Soumya Prasad created a new blog post, Watch Your Back
    Watch Your Back
    •   Personal
    •   Thursday, 19 October 2017
    Image SourceThese days friendships are really trickyEvery face now wears a facadeWhile it looks like we're all togetherEach one is playing a different cardThey bewitch you with their sweet smilesGet their work done through youWith hugs and selfies on social mediaThis can almost pass off as trueThey stick really close to youWatching your every moveWhile their tune is completely differentThey'll pretend to dance to your grooveSoon enough, the bitching startsThey talk behind you to everyone elseThe traits that they praised in youWill suddenly sound like danger bellsSly tweets and Facebook statusesThey think that you will not get itAs their veneer sheds off slowlyYou'll see their ugly side bit by bitThey shower love on you on and offlineFake goodness they'll try to sellThey'll laugh at you when you're not aroundFriends or foes, you can never tellYou need to be very carefulWith time, you'll get the game alrightHold a rock in your left......
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