The term 'print' is already morphing into a catch-all phrase for text written by journalists that can be read in a newspaper or online via the world wide web. So who are we?

We track down people (through extensive research and journeys through dusty lanes) who have been affected or likely to be affected by the rapidly changing dynamics of lives. We analyse, evaluate, talk to experts and try to get different viewpoints on these issues.

We poke our noses in other people's business to know what's happening around. Well, that's what journalists do, if you haven't read the truth. We are a motley bunch of students from diverse backgrounds. Ranging from theater to engineering and graphic designing to CA's and psychology graduates, we have all of them on board except a doctor. Doctors are busier than us We have a physicist as well in case we wanted to cover rocket science (Yes, have covered it by the way).

In short, we are a bunch of people in love with the written word. Carbon ink on a bleached paper is our favorite medium of art. We love to explore issues, events and ideas. We need to know the what, why, who, when, where and how-s of our world. And we need to share it with people to whom it matters. Something, somewhere always matters to someone. We keep track of major and minor events in the city, state, country and world so that you can be a little lazy while we connect the dots for you. Oh, and we are students who are learning the nuances in the industry but our faculties make sure to keep us on our toes, so our stories are verified and accurate. Do follow us on @theweeklyobserver to get regular updates about our work.

Please do taste the fruits of efforts here and here.!!!!

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