Ananya Das

Ananya Das

Total analyst. Food junkie. Future CEO of Procrasti-nation. Writer. Manchester United enthusiast. Avid reader and an occasional owl. 'One love' believer. If you don't know what that is, please, FIND OUT. TV and movie nerd. Overly attached to my dog, and yes, I call her my 'four legged sister'. PEACE.
  • Aug- 2015 -
    14 August

    Holding On: 90+1

    “Hello?” I answered my phone that had gone off 50 times since I left the office building quitting my job so unceremoniously. It was Chandni and she wanted to meet me for some quick coffee. I hadn’t told her of my dramatic exit but now was the time. “Hi!” She exclaimed as she saw me. She looked stunning, as usual.…

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  • Jul- 2015 -
    31 July

    Alive Again: 90+1

    Ever felt like a complete stranger when you wake up and look yourself in the mirror? I have. I was a stranger to myself every morning, a stranger who succumbed to the high expectations of our ‘society’. The stranger who ran away from reality, the reality being- I didn’t want a nine-to-five job with Saturdays off. I wanted to live…

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  • 17 July
    Footballfootball manager mistakes

    Mistakes: 90+1

      This is the second chapter in “90+1”, the story of an ordinary guy who wanted to be the Greatest Football Manager ever. To read the first chapter(if you haven’t already, click here, Who I am: First Chapter, 90+1). Big buildings, flashy lights and busy faces are the characteristics of a ‘mega city’, so when I moved to Mumbai, I…

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  • 12 July
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    Bastian Schweinsteiger: The ‘Needed’ One?

    How do you know that evolution has taken place in the world of football? There aren’t a lot of statistics about that, but when you go from Anderson to Bastian Schweinsteiger in the midfield of a team, you know you have grown and evolved for good. Of all the players linked with Manchester United this transfer window, Schweinsteiger was the…

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  • 10 July
    FootballWho I am? 90+1

    Who I am: 90+1

    12th October, 2003 “Engineers earn pretty well, you know. Think about it, eh?”  He said slapping my back. “Haanji, Papa. Pa, you know Krish? He went to London this summer and he visited Stamford…”   I tried to reply as enthusiastically as I could but he cut me short, obviously. “Arrey? what football-football you keep doing every day? You solve these…

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  • Jun- 2015 -
    16 June
    Bookscrime and punishment

    Book Review: Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoyevsky

    ‘To go wrong in one’s own way is better than to go right in someone else’s.’ There are good books, great books, and then there is Crime and Punishment. No other web of words, brushstrokes or music melody has ever struck me so deeply and consumed me as completely as this book did. The story of the book is not…

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  • May- 2015 -
    11 May

    4 Most Painful Fictional Deaths in recent TV era

    Watching TV is not an easy thing. I get addicted to things with no trouble. I am vulnerable that way, the way when I start listening to a song, you can be 400% sure that I’ll listen to that song 1000 times over and eventually, hate it. I also get carried away sometimes with TV shows. Oh, yes. I know…

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