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Malavika Krishna

I am Malavika Krishna, a grade 7 student of Indian Educational School (Bhavans), Kuwait. I love reading books the most. Dancing is my passion. I take part in all extra-curricular activities at school and I am a very good basketball player. My other interests are drawing, writing, listening to music, quizzing and singing. I am a part of Toastmasters Gavel Club and I am a very good speaker.


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Breaking of Ramadan fasting with Dates
The sweet and mouth-watering ‘Dates’ is not a strange name or an unusual fruit for those living in Middle-eastern countries. Its prominence is felt t...
When I met Sophia
It was very recent that I watched a Malayalam movie ‘Android Kunjappan Ver 5.25’. It showed the story of an old villager whose son gifts him a ‘Socia...
Inspiring Youth, Let this be the trend
Technology explosion is what the present generation is experiencing where almost everything is getting replaced by artificial intelligence. Gadgets h...
We are the building blocks, Catch us young.
We all know that for a building to be strong, its foundation should be strong and at the same time the building blocks should be placed and cemented ...
Say NO to Terror furiously, Say Jai Hind passionately
“40 CRPF soldiers died after a terrorist attack in the Pulwama district of Kashmir”, the headlines went on news scroll, the evening following my birt...
I love Kuwait, My Second Home
“It’s been so many years now, away from parents, relatives, and our own homeland. Now let us also go back to our roots, when Malu is leaving Kuwait”....
Sleep Well Friends; it is our Exam Time
Sleep well friends, it is exam time. Yes you read it right and I meant it. It is a very common thing in a student’s life that exam time is a peri...
Be the Reason for a Smile
At the Annual Science Gala of SIF Kuwait, in April 2018, Dr. Raju Narayana Swami IAS was the chief guest and, in his speech, he told us one thing whi...
Heights of patriotism and oneness we feel at Wagah Border
“Malu…come here and just read through this news”, said my father who is always keen to update me with the current happenings around the world. These ...
Kolkata, The City Where I Started Reinventing Myself
To write about a trip and the experience it offered, which will always remain in my heart, is pure happiness. I was so attached to those 5 days in my...
Let us do that one Admirable Exercise, Let us THINK
‘Poirot’, I said. ‘I have been thinking’. ‘An admirable exercise my friend. Continue it.’ This is an excerpt from Agatha Christie- Peril at End H...
A Tradition kept Safe, Onavillu…
This years’ summer vacation, I had gone to Thiruvananthapuram as part of get-together of a group, that focuses on enjoying and emphasizing the import...
I Salute Thee, My Pride, My Tiranga
It will be necessary for us Indians- Hindus, Muslims, Christians, Jews, Parsis, and all others to whom India is their home- to recognize a common fla...
The toy maker who inspired me
Who among us doesn’t like to play with toys? I do, my brother does, and so is my cousin 4 year old Devu. And obviously, who doesn’t want a break from...
Confidence, Discipline and Health, the Karate Way
In the present world we talk a lot about self-dependency and the courage to face the world. Self-confidence and the boldness to defend any adverse si...
Then and Now, the comparison saga continues…
With her words, my mom at times, drops me in the pool of thoughts and for today it is, “then and now, the saga continues”. I have been hearing this f...
It’s Onam, Let’s celebrate!!!
The myths and stories associated with Onam, the national festival of ‘Gods Own Country’, are well known to all. It marks the yearly visit of King Mah...
Together they Guard, yet Vary in Style…..
During my summer vacation last year, I was at my aunt’s house watching television with my grandfather. It was hard to swallow that our former Preside...
She touched my soul – She is Anne Frank
My relation with stories started in childhood with those sweet little bedtime ones, which my mother used to read out to me. I remember that those sto...
Cherishing Moments with a Passionate Classical Dancer
I was busy packing for a short trip to Kerala during the short winter break from school in December. That’s when my Mom got a call on her mobile. Wit...
A day among innovative thoughts
November 27th, 2015 was a very special day, not only for me, but for a number of young budding scientists in Kuwait. Early morning while dreaming ...

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