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Virtue via Volga

Every day we turn a blind eye to so many things, protecting ourself from grief by not addressing what reality is. Everything that I write is a kind of a touch to those things. Hear my unsung stories, talking about how we are like and what we can do, to be good to one another.

Dividing uniform

Dividing Uniforms – Virtue Via Volga

My mind, like the fresh and blank slate of my school that we saw every morning, has been written upon. In chalks and demountable...
Types of World Cup

Types of World Cups – Virtue via Volga

The cricket buzz was up in the air but when No.7 lost the catch, I had a major realisation hit me. The world cup that India needed wasn't shiny or golden!
A Women's World

The Man in a Women’s Coach – Virtue via Volga

This is a story about a man who accidentally ended up in a women's coach in the Delhi Metro. What happened next? Find out.
Lost Childhood

The Lost Puppy at a Bookshop – Virtue Via Volga

A 12 year-old-or-so kid running in a hugely populated market with no one ready to help him. This week's column talk about Lost Childhoods and privilege.

Must Read

A Girl Without Birthdate – Virtue Via Volga

This is a story about an eleven year old girl, Lakshmi. A girl without a birthdate. What does that mean? Read and find out!
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