Humour in Form

Purism and the Public by Neeraj Deshmukh

Purism and the Public by Neeraj Deshmukh

A primary attribute that one must possess if one desires to be good company at the chat window online, these days, is the ability to type like a complete retard. Of course, the choice of the word might be make some sensitive soul gasp and the people for human rights might even scorn at it, […]

Why did the chicken cross the road – Ananya Rastogi

Why did the chicken cross the road – Ananya Rastogi

KINDERGARTEN TEACHER: To get to the other side. PLATO: For the greater good. ARISTOTLE: It is the nature of chickens to cross roads. KARL MARX: It was a historical inevitability. SADDAM HUSSEIN: This was an unprovoked act of rebellion and we were quite justified in dropping 50 tons of nerve gas on it. HIPPOCRATES:Because of […]

Memoirs of a browbeaten door – Sharmi Sen

Memoirs of a browbeaten door – Sharmi Sen

From the very first day that I was fixed in between the forbidden corridors on the seventh floor of hostel 5 (to the relief of a few and annoyance of very many) I knew my life would not be easy. The inhabitants, on either side of where I stood, seemed mighty strange. They were not […]

And Buddha Smiles… – Amol Deshmukh

And Buddha Smiles… – Amol Deshmukh

I’m a bit of a non- social person. I like to stay alone most of the times. Very rarely has the real world fascinated me, so I make my own world in my mind. Since, I am interested more in topology, natural selection, atomic physics than what is going on in Israel or of Obama, […]