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Kavitha Yarlagadda

Kavitha is based in Hyderabad, India, a Civil Engineer with a Masters in Environmental Science by profession. Love for writing made her take up writing for the past fifteen years. She has published her first e-book of poetry collection "Profound Thoughts" last year and recently released her second book of short stories "When You Can, Why Not?". Apart from being a contributing writer at a couple of online forums, she loves writing essays, poetry and short stories. She is a freelance writer, author, journalist, editor with 15 years of experience in writing. She is currently working as an independent writer for Indian and international publications.

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The Invincible; The Essential: World Water Day

Water is essential for life as we know it; yet we do not respect it. We misuse it in daily life, and also pollute it with impunity. How will we survive?

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Stop Judging Women By Their Age, You Can’t Reduce My Worth To A Number!

I won't slow down or stop doing the things that I enjoy just because I'm getting older, and neither should you!

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Black

Fighting my way through the black and white mazes, only to be pushed back- again and again, into that endless path to nowhere.

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Why Hidden Figures Is An Important Film Today

Hidden Figures is a movie that celebrates women and the gender and racial barriers and divides that they often have to overcome.

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Colour

When a DNA test cannot identify the race of a person, when filling a box doesn’t make much sense in identifying our race, then why is skin colour given more importance then the feelings of a person.

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Female Foeticide : The Shameful Reality

The poet has described what a girl child inside the womb of her mother must feel like knowing that she would not be getting a chance to live.

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When You Miss Someone Intently, That Someone Can Feel It

It was only when two little arms went around his neck from behind did he notice getting up with a startle, and much to the joy of the kids, he heaved Saachi high up in the air, making her laugh out excitedly.

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