Editor-in-chief of ChemUnique

One year ago, during my second semester, I submitted a rather fascinating article on fingerprints and the chemicals involved in their identification. I remember distinctly how random and spur of the moment that article was. I was fetching tea one evening at SPS hostel when I stumbled upon a poster from my own department. Inspired … Continue reading Editor-in-chief of ChemUnique



Athisiyam!", says a tired voice Breaking the morbid silence Of the sleepy small town rail station. A lone figure, in an old, dirty Perhaps hand-me-down sweater, Moves slowly down the platform. Shattering the immobility Of the queer, unmoving station. His movement reflects burden Of mind and of body. His grey hair and shrill voice fading, … Continue reading Athisiyam

Book review: Asura by Anand Neelakantan

I had never been a fan of Indian novelists and authors, somehow, they seemed to lack the sophistication and eloquence that only comes with speaking English as the first language. Of course, there are countless Indian authors who could challenge the best from the West.Putting aside my thirst for memorable literature, I could always read … Continue reading Book review: Asura by Anand Neelakantan