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The Making of an Editor

When our professor stopped his class to read out a circular about a campus selection programme, I didn’t realise that it was going to change the contours of my life.

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Dead Giveaways That an Author Is Indian

India is largely seen as a non-native-English-speaking nation, but the country has a significantly large population of English speakers owing to its British colonial history.

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Feedback: Giving Gracefully and Receiving Gratefully

She was somewhere in the middle of the thick woods. Alone. Directionless. Not sure about where to head, she panicked and started walking 

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A Valentine’s Day and an Antecedent Accident

To say it was a Valentine’s day is being redundant. It was when many of my colleagues and I were in our early and mid-20s, which made that V-day all the more special.

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