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I am Akhil Sharma, an Indian freelance writer (not the famous one who wrote "Family Life"). I am introvert by nature so there is nothing exciting to incorporate in this section; however, I'll try my best to write interesting content on this blog (I promise I will make it worth your while) . It is a simple blog related to frequently asked questions as well as about sociology and social issues. 
Why I Blog?
I have been writing for Websites and blogs from past 6-7 years, and I think it is a great idea to be a Blogger (creating content for yourself). So here I am, I will post anything related to the world. I'll try to be your wise geek and conclude things in a scintillating manner.  Please feel free to share your views through comments. 

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Personal Details
Name: Akhil Sharma
Age: Twenty Four {24}
DOB: 15 September 1988
Birth place: Delhi, India
City: Delhi, India
Planet: Earth {third planet from Sun}
Species: Human (Homo Sapiens)


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