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  • Koshy M Koshy

    Dear Karthika,I am one Koshy from Thrissur. Was fortunate to see your great site.
    I am so proud of it and would like to let you know that it looks highly professional one in par with some of the journalist sites like BBC. Keep it up and congratulations. I would suggest that you add some constantly updating current news feeds ( with no personal comments ) and relevant topics or link to them like global warming , current vaccine schedules, newer discoveries and science and technology as you see in google news etc.

  • Anjali

    Dear Karthika, I’m Anjali. Working as lecturer in M.T.I.M.S.i still remember the little girl who watch his dad’s skit with sooooo excitement….helping him …so enjoying…….very active personality …now I’m not so shocked to see u with this realistic views because I already knew u would become successful in this…. Very happy dear…. Keep writing give ur best and God bless

  • Sarah

    Hi, Karthika. My name is Sarah, and I’m a film producer. I’ve made several short films that have previously been featured at AFI (https://youtu.be/lF46NzL5sTs), and I’m getting in touch with you today to talk to you about my latest short. It’s called Servants of Sex, and you can check out the Indigogo page here (http://bit.ly/2cJAiMT). The film is a comedy about two guys who try to convert to different religions to try to find love. I notice that you often write about these types of quirky films. Right now, we’re trying to secure funding for its very modest budget through Indigogo. It would be great if you would consider writing a post about the film, sharing it with your followers, or even donating. We have some pretty exciting perks for film aficionados and hipsters alike. Once again, any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated. I know you are very busy, so thank you in advance for checking out our film (http://bit.ly/2cJAiMT), and please let us know if you have any questions.

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