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Chapter 6 – Want To Be or Not to Be

The Story Continues from Chapter 5 – The View of The Unknown Written by Gowthama Rajavelu.

Priya could not digest the fact that her mother actually disappeared into thin air. It somehow did not leave a feeling of pleasantness in her and now everybody around her felt eerie. The warm lighting she saw earlier in the beings now seemed scary and weird.  Why would her mother show up to disappear later?  Is this her mind playing games or did this really happen? Priya wondered as she turned around.

Deb walked over to her in slow strides and pulled her back to her room.  She said “Get going girl, your coronation is out to happen now!  Everyone is waiting and each minute is precious for us”.  Priya could neither enjoy the feeling of becoming a “Queen” nor get over the awkward feeling of being among those with whom she could not relate much.  Egged by curiosity, Priya asked Deb, “I am yet to understand why I am here and how this throne belongs to me?”  Deb with an awkward smirk said “Belong?  This is the biggest joke I have heard recently. It is yours only for a day and this is how we celebrate a new addition in our family”.  Deb added “Everything you see here is mere illusion, happiness and celebration inclusive. Get ready now it is getting late”.

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Package Advice as Suggestion to Evince Interest

Unsolicited advice we despise most of the times turns out to be the most sought after when we look for support and direction in making few crucial decisions. It is not that we are ready to accept advice from anyone and everyone, we expect it only from the select few we regard as the ones capable of giving advice. It is not a one-person-tailored-for-all for advice and differs based on the subject of concern. We respect a person who advises when sought and keeps his distance in not following up on the decision and the impact to take mileage out of it. This post is in honor of one such person.

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Speaking Parrot: Winner is Good Concept with Matching Video Quality

The cricket fever is ON and everywhere you see Blue, Yellow, Red, and Flaming Orange T-Shirts either as posters or as T-Shirts. When it is IPL, it is not only Cricket but lots of activities. Brands jump on the bandwagon to release advertisements with Cricket stars or associate with the event to grab the attention of the huge Cricket loving crowd not only in India but abroad too.

This is the time where any event in the evening or night receives minimum attendance and event managers make sure that the event is not happening on a day the home team is playing. Cricket and that too IPL has become a rage and Pepsi, the title sponsor of the event is not to be left behind. Pepsi announced contest #CrashThePepsiIPL that encouraged amateurs to attempt creating an Ad for Pepsi. The finalists are judged by a heavy weight jury and displayed during the matches replacing the original advertisement.

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