Posts by: Team Juggernaut

Have you ever had a weird sex encounter and wondered if other people have had experiences as strange as yours? Reddit user whittingj asked people “What is your craziest/weirdest sexual encounter story?” and got some interesting answers. Here are the best ones: The strange case of the ‘paranormal erotica’ reader...

In recent development, being a “nerd” is cool again, but the original nerds never cared about the fashion statement of the word anyway. Answer our questions and we’ll tell who you relate as the cool nerd in the literary universe.

Want to know what direction you’ll take the Bhartiya Janta Party in? Take our quiz to know your BJP equivalent of a leader.

Saburi Pandit is a Literature Major, an avid reader, and always aspiring to be a better writer. She really enjoys analyzing and critiquing everything around her, from pop culture to a long-form essay to banal weather. She’s extremely interested in human lives and how they sustain each other. She sources my calm from...

In this extract from How The BJP Wins, Prashant Jha paints a picture of what happened in Allahbad, Uttar Pradesh on the morning of 23 February 2017, the election day. On 23 February 2017, at 9 a.m., a hotel manager in Allahabad proudly showed the ink on his finger. ‘I have voted and cycle will win.’ Cycle is the...

After eight nominations and five Emmy Awards, Big Little Lies has raised the bar when it comes to television adaptations of books. Here’s a list of 6 books that were turned into TV shows that should be on your list for your next binge-watching session: Big Little Lies The 2014 novel by Liane Moriarty, was adapted...

Asif Uzzaman is a young writer based in Ranchi. Born and brought up in Patna, he is currently pursuing his Higher Secondary education in Humanities. Horror, Magic Realism, Literary fiction, and light Romance are among his preferred genres. His stories and poems have appeared in several anthologies including Lifenama,...

Test your knowledge on the Indo-Pak conflict of 1999. Read Letters From Kargil, where Diksha Dwivedi, the daughter of a martyr, tells the story of the Kargil through the letters and diaries of her father and other soldiers who fought war.

In this extract from How India Sees the World, India’s foremost China expert Shyam Saran decodes the secrets behind how the Chinese think and presents a sweeping history of the relationship – and border dispute – between India and China. Take a look: Deception as an instrument of statecraft is common to several...

An Indian empire at the peak of its power. Everyone wants a share of the riches of Nagapattinam. When a Greek pirate ship sails in to loot the wealth of the Cholas, it is brutally defeated by the navy and forced to pay a compensation. A payment that includes a twelve-year-old girl, Aremis. Here is an excerpt from the...