Supriya Singh

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Ice Apple- An Exotic Summer Fruit

Borassus flabellifer, also known as Palmyra Palm or Ice Apple, might sound like an alien term to many. But the fruit...

Tasseography – The art of tea cup reading for beginners

Teacup reading, also known as Tasseography, is derived from a French word tasse meaning cup, which in turn is derived from...

Top 12 fashion trends for teenagers in 2019

Fashion and trends are something we read about and witness on a day-to-day basis. Some people believe that fashion trends are...

Exelon as a Treatment for Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s Dementia

Parkinson's and Alzheimer's are both diseases that cause dementia. Now, if you or your loved one is suffering from it, then you...

Let Bamboo make replacement with plastic in your Life

Whenever we tend to throw something like paper, food peels, leaves, etc there are small tiny creatures in nature – the bacteria...

Best Romantic Places to Visit in Mount Abu for Married Couples

Rajasthan is a Desert area but it has one hill station on the top that is Mt Abu. It’s one of the...

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Friendship defying Cancer

I am Gauri Kapur from Sonepat Haryana and I got diagnosed with Brain Cancer in 2016. In this specific time who helped me the most is My best friend Supriya Singh who lives in Kolkata. I can...

Love we ended

I don't need your unfelt hugs, I can't bear your lustful love. keep those fingers away, for I won't allow you to slip them down my body, Not anymore. This red powder doesn't make me your whore....

Book review- The Ribbon trap

The ribbon trap explores the world of a young, intelligent and aspirant girl, Smita. Smita proves to be the phoenix who rises on it own ashes. Smita had only one dream and that was to marry her...

Review of ‘The Claim’ by Sanjay bordia

Review of 'The Claim' by Sanjay Bordia.   Writer- Sanjay Bordia Publisher- Frog books. First published- 2015. Genre- Investigation, mystery.  'The Claim' as the title suggests is a claim to a sum of 10 crores from the Insurance company. the story begins with...

I STILL REMEMBER

When the first time my heart did love. It felt like heaven on this earth. I still remember how my eyes used to rebel with my brain and rested on its favorite face. His curly hairs, the square of...

Unknown story From Bengal Partition

Winding round the the grey shawl I sit by the window and look through the glass pane into the cloudless sky. The blue of which still reminds me of those  days when I had got something to...