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Coronavirus – A Poem

Coronavirus

By a female shrimp vendor in Wuhan was it unleashed. A miniscule microorganism has havoc, wrecked. The entire world has been affected. Since the coronavirus has spread. All need to come together, foe or friend. To fight this evil, deep-rooted. It is the need of the hour For us to ...

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News Shuttle Review

A Journalist Reveals has been on the lookout for a comprehensive publication for children, in the last few months. Then, through a friend, we found News Shuttle. News Shuttle I have personally been brought up by my parents on such children’s publications like Chandamama, Amar Chitra Katha, Indrajal Comics and ...

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HB’s Book Bank

HB’s Book Bank

Books are written for bookworms. But, today the number of bookworms is dwindling. The few readers take time off from their busy schedule for this activity. Some of these read books to review them. A Journalist Reveals found this startup called HB’s Book Bank, recently. It is a small initiative ...

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An Open Letter to the Onion

An Open Letter to the Onion

Hi, Onion,                  What a naughty vegetable you are! Your prices are soaring like the Bollywood actors raise theirs. The gossips are also making rounds of social media like those of the artists. Various incidents are being shared about you – some real, some fictional. Some people feel sad that ...

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Aansoo Bhari Hain Yeh Pyaz Ki Rahen

Aansoo Bhari Hain Yeh Pyaz Ki Rahen

The vegetable that would bring tears to the person cutting it; causes people to cry even when the name is mentioned. The prices have risen. Onions are being stolen. The vegetables are being bartered in exchange for other stuff. Onions are being presented as wedding gifts in kilos. The varmala ...

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Mother’s Week – Mother India

Mother India

Continuing with the Mother’s Week celebrations – the week post Mother’s Day, A Journalist Reveals will talk about Mother India, today. Mother India       When I think of Mother India, I remember this poem from school: Main banjara le iktara ghooma Bharat sara. Kahin khade parbat barfile, Toh phir ...

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Riddle Answer

Riddle Answer

The answer to the riddle posted yesterday is here: Schools follow different rules on how they pass the students. Some students pass with flying colors. Some kids are promoted and some just fail. According to the promotion rules of each school, a student can be promoted with a few grace ...

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Riddle

Riddle

My Mom joined a group of old people discussing something, this morning. One old lady told the others to solve the riddle, “If children keep getting promoted during childhood, they get demoted during youth.” Mom knew the answer and replied… Naaah. The reply will be given in the next post. ...

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Riddle – Flower Kinship

Let’s have another riddle today – Flower Kinship. Riddle – Flower Kinship: There are 2 types of flowers having the same range of colors but dwell in different environments. Which are they? The answer will be shared in the next post.

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