A lot of books tend to change our outlook on politics, science or life as a whole. One such phenomenal book called ‘Gujarat Files’ by Rana Ayyub is a must-read for anyone who’s interested in politics and journalism. Synopsis Gujarat Files- Anatomy Of A Cover-Up, is the account of an 8-month long investigation where the

It is estimated that a quarter of the world’s youth suffer from a ‘quarter-life crisis’. Just like the ‘mid-life crisis’ the phenomenon is attributed to feeling demotivated and even depressed with what they’re doing in their 20’s. This trend is alarming, especially in the wake of so may deaths among youngsters due to depression. This

Do it Yourself is becoming a rage now a days, Youtube has thousands of videos containing Do it Yourself or DIY tutorials with millions of views and hundreds of thousands of subscribers. So what are the reasons for this sudden spurt in doing it yourself? Sofiya Shahiwala examines this latest rage in her short article.

With the new academic session having already begun, or just around the corner for many students, Sofiya’s article has some general but relevant tips for those who are confused as to which institution should they choose from the gamut of choices available to them. The article has been co-authored and edited by Ashay Anand. The

“I have written this Act with all my heart and I hope it will touch many hearts.” – Prankur Chaturvedi on his directorial debut, “Aalam Dost”   “What happens when a person starts hating light? When a person starts distancing people? When even air scares him? More than what, the question is why?” These words

Further to Part-1 of this series, this second part seeks to identify the journey and progress that #Metoo has taken. This series has been written by a Perennials intern and has been edited by Perennials’ editors who also gave their support in providing inputs and guidelines. #Metoo, which started as a social media campaign, as

As children, creativity abounds within all. That’s marred by so many factors as we blossom into adults. Unleashing our fears and just getting down to picking up our passions where we left off is not oft deemed easy, and so while this piece speaks of writing, one may consider it applicable to all those other

Since the Harvey Weinstein scandal broke, much has been spoken of sexual harrassment, the ordeals women face at the workplace, in domestic settings and otherwise. A three article series seeks to explore the foundations of and the reactions to the movement that has ensued. This series has been written by a Perennials intern and has

Hack Your Trip!

April 28, 2018 by Roshni Vijay in

Summer is here! Before you pack your bags and be off on your holiday, here are a few hacks you may find handy. Make your travel memorable, for all the right reasons. Yes, if you have been bitten by the travel bug, you would have already explored many cities and countries, and may also have some

As we go through life there is much we accumulate: good memories, bagsful of experiences, emotions and wisdom. These shape who we are and how we behave, and sometimes, some elements of us become toxic. Lets pause, reflect and shed all that holds us down! Each of us holds immense power, which we may not

A new year commenced, resolutions were made and broken. Are we better people yet? Yes, maybe. Can we be better still? Sure, why not? In our own little ways lets dive into this series in which we see piece-by-piece what we can do to be a little more tuned in to our local environment. Managing


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Can’t You Hear Me?

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Just Write. How we can just get down to it!

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My Mother

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Walk into the Light

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New Approaches to Classroom Training

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The Ghost of Neil Damiens

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Fatality of Trust