Stuti Pachisia

Stuti Pachisia

Stuti Pachisia is fond of poetry, coffee and (un)necessary argumentation. She is an avid writer and an equally avid procrastinator. When she does write, it is mostly about love, loss and war.
  • Jul- 2016 -
    6 July
    NewsPhoto of How The Red Wedding Was Avenged (We Bet You Didn’t Notice This Coincidence)

    How The Red Wedding Was Avenged (We Bet You Didn’t Notice This Coincidence)

    If you’ve been wandering about aimlessly, desperately scanning forums or some sign of life, and turning days of the calendar frantically, it’s probably because you’re in love, and your lover is Game of Thrones. The cardinal rule of love is that your lover always reveals something new to you, just when you think you knew everything there is to know…

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  • Jun- 2016 -
    23 June
    NewsPhoto of A GOT Theory That May Just Mean the Worst for Sansa Stark

    A GOT Theory That May Just Mean the Worst for Sansa Stark

    While we’re rejoicing over The Battle of the Bastards, (read: Ramsay Bolton’s death) we’re forgetting a very key point about the Starks- nay, all of the Game of Thrones- all happiness is short-lived. Even as we are rejoicing over the Stark banners being restored to their rightful position in Winterfell, it’s important that we re-evaluate the name of the episode:…

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  • 21 June
    NewsPhoto of Why Sansa Is the Real Lady Stoneheart

    Why Sansa Is the Real Lady Stoneheart

    Season 6, Episode 9 was probably one of, if not THE best episode of the series- and this wasn’t simply because of Ramsay’s death, or Rickon getting avenged, or the Khaleesi and Yara’s flirting, or a much-desired battle or even DRAGONS. The episode was one of the best because we finally saw the Sansa we’ve been waiting for. All through…

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  • 13 June
    NewsPhoto of Bran’s Time Travel and Its Effect on the GoT Timeline

    Bran’s Time Travel and Its Effect on the GoT Timeline

    With all the action going on in GOT, it’s easy to forget about Bran and the white walkers. Only Bran truly has the power to change the past and undo our favourite character deaths and revivals and no, we don’t mean by not climbing the wall at all. Bran, as the Three-Eyed Raven, is effectively the only person who can…

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  • 11 June
    NewsPhoto of The Game of Direwolves

    The Game of Direwolves

    You’d think that after 5 seasons and 7 episodes, you’d manage to inure ourselves to all the deaths in Game of Thrones, but let’s be honest- you couldn’t help bawling over Hodor’s death. No matter how much we try to immunize ourselves to character deaths, we can’t help but be affected by them- especially if the characters dying are four-legged,…

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  • 9 June
    NewsPhoto of Game of Thrones: Move Over R+L=J, Because W=A!

    Game of Thrones: Move Over R+L=J, Because W=A!

      What do we say to the God of Death? Not today. The lesson, which was delivered to Arya in Season 1 has become the one ray of light in the darkness of the possibility of Arya’s death. Game of Thrones fans are tired of the Stark pups (and their actual pups) dying, and can’t help but hope there’s no…

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  • 8 June
    NewsPhoto of Why We Think Arya Isn’t Going To Die?

    Why We Think Arya Isn’t Going To Die?

    Every week there is a new Game of Thrones episode, and every week, there emerge new theories. The bonding is inevitable- there’s so much that is shrouded in mystery, that it is inevitable that wild theories emerge about GOT characters. There’s a direct correlation: the stranger the character, the wilder the theory.  This week, our lenses were turned on Arya,…

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  • May- 2016 -
    21 May
    CelebsPhoto of 7 Words of Roald Dahl We All Love

    7 Words of Roald Dahl We All Love

    We’ve all grown up rolling in the giant peach with James, visiting Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory and recoiling with fear at the very mention of ‘Ms. Trunchbull’. Any book by Roald Dahl meant stepping into a new world, with its very own language, which a wise BFG once named ‘Gobblefunk’.  Here’s celebrating the magic Roald Dahl, by a whoopsy-spelunkers list…

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  • Apr- 2016 -
    3 April
    NewsPhoto of 8 Major Reasons to be an English Major

    8 Major Reasons to be an English Major

     Now that the dreaded board examinations have finally ended, and the three months of having fun as upon you- stop and think about it. Fun? Really? The truth is. After about two weeks of gallivanting and general boisterousness, you will either Start preparing for the REAL examinations- IITJEE/ CLAT/ AIPMT and variants OR Be plagued by the everlasting worry…

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  • Mar- 2016 -
    25 March
    NewsPhoto of 6 of the Dumbest Things Donald Trump Has Said

    6 of the Dumbest Things Donald Trump Has Said

    One of the things that you can see, but can’t ignore, whenever you turn on a news channel (or Facebook), is the man with a ginger cat on his head: Donald Trump. While I’m unsure whether he is a serious politician or a funnyman playing some great practical joke on us- one thing is certain: his words are as gold…

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  • Jan- 2016 -
    30 January
    NewsPhoto of 7 (Unconventional) Places to Visit Before You Die

    7 (Unconventional) Places to Visit Before You Die

    While visiting Paris, Dubai and Singapore places may feature high on our bucket lists, what is surprising is the number of places that are as (if not more) beautiful than these places. For every Eiffel Tower, there are the Northern Lights, and both of them are their own kind of fantastic. All you need for the places are an adventurous…

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  • 15 January
    MoviesPhoto of 7 Reasons Why Snape Lives On

    7 Reasons Why Snape Lives On

    Alan Rickman passed away on 14th January, taking away a part of our childhoods. Somewhere along fearing him, hating him, or watching our hearts break in his portrayal of Severus Snape, he became part of our hearts, always. Here’s counting down 7 iconic moments of the Man Who Loved, Severus Snape. When Harry Potter sees him for the first time.…

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  • 2 January
    NewsPhoto of 7 Symptoms of a Medical Soap Addict

    7 Symptoms of a Medical Soap Addict

    No matter what your medical poison is- Scrubs, House, MD, Grey’s Anatomy Or even (if you’re really old-school) M*A*S*H*– you know that the symptoms overlap, and you can’t get enough of the Vicodin that is a good medical show. Here’s making your diagnosis.   You realize you wanted to be a doctor all along. Remember the Biology test you failed…

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  • Dec- 2015 -
    20 December
    BooksPhoto of 6 Movies that you Didn’t Know Were Books First

    6 Movies that you Didn’t Know Were Books First

    Book-to-Screen adaptations are what the movie industry runs on, and let’s face it, our Harry Potter, Gone With the Wind and even James Bond became as brilliant as they are because we could see them on screen. Often, however, we watch a movie without even realizing that it is based on a novel. Here’s counting down 6 movies that were…

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  • 1 December
    NewsPhoto of The 4 Things You’ll Find Yourself Doing When You Should Be Studying

    The 4 Things You’ll Find Yourself Doing When You Should Be Studying

        Hey You. Yes, YOU. You should be doing something more productive now, like studying, but being the ace procrastionator you are (aren’t we all?), you are scrolling up and down this site. Say bye bye to that conscience and focus on this listicle: because no matter what, there’s ALWAYS something you’d much rather be doing than studying. Reading…

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  • 1 December
    NewsPhoto of 5 Quotes You’ve Been Misquoting All This Time

    5 Quotes You’ve Been Misquoting All This Time

    Remember when you were a kid and your teacher advised you to begin or end an essay with a quote? Good quotes have this way of summarizing things in this pithy, witty way that can keep you guessing and second-guessing what the author who wrote the quote, or person who spoke it actually meant. Interestingly, we often make widespread mistakes…

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  • Oct- 2015 -
    27 October
    NewsPhoto of 10 Reasons why Lily and Marshall from How I Met Your Mother epitomize love

    10 Reasons why Lily and Marshall from How I Met Your Mother epitomize love

    Let’s face it, Romeo-Juliet, Heer-Ranjha, or for the students of Classical Literature, Pyramus and Thisbe may be the paradigm of romance, but there relationships were always doomed. For true romantics, the classic paradigm of love have to be Lily and Marshall. From the time Lily’s lactose intolerance acted up because Marshall ate yoghurt to the time Marshall managed to alleviate…

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  • 24 October
    NewsPhoto of 10 Coke Studio Songs From India and Pakistan That You Need To Hear

    10 Coke Studio Songs From India and Pakistan That You Need To Hear

    Recently, as a goodwill gesture, Dunkin’ Donuts in Pakistan decided to offer a free meal and donuts to any Indian. This was in reaction to the incident of a Pakistani family being denied accommodation at several hotels in Mumbai. This was considered an excellent move by people from both the countries, which have a shared history, but a divided present.…

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  • 22 October
    BooksPhoto of 5 Literary One-Hit Wonders

    5 Literary One-Hit Wonders

    If you’re a Phineas and Ferb fan, you’d know what one-hit wonder means (cue: break into Bow Chika Wow Wow). For the uninitiated, a one-hit wonder is any piece of art that brought an artiste considerable fame, but remained  their only significant work. Think Aqua’s Barbie Girl or It’s Raining Men by The Weather Girls. Of course, though the term…

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  • 17 October
    NewsPhoto of 5 Times the Nobel Prize Made Leonardo Di Caprios Out of Authors

    5 Times the Nobel Prize Made Leonardo Di Caprios Out of Authors

    What with the Nobel Prizes being declared, the last week saw new names becoming immortalized in the field of Science and the Humanities. The hoopla around the Nobel Prize is justified – the most elusive of awards, it has a history of creating household names out of names drowning in exclusivity, (Tu Youyou, for instance) as well as spawning some…

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  • 17 October
    NewsPhoto of 5 Things That Bring Out the Hostel Kid In You:

    5 Things That Bring Out the Hostel Kid In You:

    Any Indian parent worth their salt has said this once in their lifetime: “DO XYZ or I’ll send you to boarding school!” When you’re ten, boarding school sounds scary, but as any hosteller will tell you, boarding school years are the best of their lives. While independence, confidence etc etc are the well-known  by-products  of any boarding school education, there…

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