The Psychology Behind The Hatred

by: Siddhant Agarwal,16 From a superficial perspective the political  “enmity” ( an apt description for the relationship if based on the four conventional wars that have been fought between these nations or the first thought that comes into the mind of 70 percent of Indians when asked about their feelings for Pakistan and vice-versa) between

A Note From A Former Bully

by: Anonymous It is often the bully-the antagonist- who is blamed for his actions, but the underlying reasons which lead to the act itself are often ignored. So, what causes someone to cause another pain? What causes a kid like you and me to drive someone to hate themselves? The answer is simple. Violence begets

A Different Approach to Peer Pressure

by: Nandini Gupta,16 Drinking, drugs and smoking have been “cool” since forever now. But I don’t get what all the hype is about. It seems that these days you cannot have a social life without engaging in such illegal acts of substance abuse.  My classmates and cousins have pressured me to try alcohol but when

Tiktok, But Better.

So you know how the iconic short-form video hosting service Vine shut down in early 2016 and the internet has never been the same since, owing to the popular platform only gaining more recognition since then as compilations of vines began popping up on YouTube? Good stuff! …And then came Tik Tok. Yeah. The currently

The Essence Of Music

by: Lokevidu, 15 Music is something that plays a very integral role in our lives; it influences our emotions in many ways. The solution to a lot of our mental problems is just fixing ourselves emotionally. Music has evolved quite substantially… a little too much for my liking. You see, all the industry has left

The Future Of Technology: Virtual Reality

by: Vansh Mattraa, 16 The idea of Virtual Reality was first thought up of during the 1900s, where people thought of scenarios wherein they would be able to go into virtual worlds different from our own. That idea was recently put into perspective with the release of technology such as the Oculus Rift and the

Formula1-A Race For The Title

by: Simaran Nanda, 17 As the season ended with the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix in Dubai, Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) bagged his 6th World Championship. Though the run for the Constructors’ Championship ended with Mercedes winning in the Mexican GP and limiting the fight for the title between Lewis Hamilton and Valteri Bottas (Mercedes), the two

Should Women Be Granted Free Transport?

by: Aadyaa Shukla Tiwari, 16 The world today in terms of progress is at a very complex stage- while in The Global North regressive sentiments regarding gender, race, sexuality are having a renaissance, The Global South is yearning for acceptance. The notion of public transport being free for females exclusively is marked with both regressive

Stifled Sob

by: Pia Mathur, 16 A letter from a Kashmiri Girl addressed to the people in power Dear people in power, I still look on to the sky above me, hoping for the return of my brother. My mother’s pained cry, her stifled sob, and her deafening silence haunt me. Her weak hands clutch mine own,

Analysing Rape Culture in India

by: Hershall Sehajpal,16 View this post on Instagram A post shared by ScoopWhoop Unscripted (@scoopwhoopunscripted) on Dec 3, 2019 at 4:22am PST I think you’ll agree with me when I say that it’s a dangerous world out there right now. Especially one for women.  Yes, it’s common knowledge by this point in time that the