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Krithika Karthikeyan

I am Krithika Karthikeyan, one of the civilians in Kuwait. The main reason why I signed up to Young Reporter is because I am an aspiring writer. I study in F.A.I.P.S Kuwait, and was chosen as the Head Girl for the academic year 2018-19. I am very sensitive to injustice, or prejudice, so in almost 75% of my writings, I include quotes from great personalities. Besides writing, I am engrossed into reading, public speaking and cooking. I have an elder brother studying in grade 12. I am a manipulative orator, and mostly, in the end of my speeches, people think what I think. My main goal in life is to change the mind-set of children who don’t like reading. This is a challenge I have accepted and Indians in Kuwait is my first step to the staircase I am building. With a hope that you will be slightly interested in my articles, I bid farewell.


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