STORY OF GANGADHAR TILAK – FOUNDER OF SHRAMDAN Roads can undoubtedly be called as the nervous system of any prosperous nation. They not only create a stable geographical link, but also conjoin a spectrum of religious and cultural diversity. But in a nation like ours, what comes as saddening is the deterioration of these roads. …

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  Picture a small kid in a remote village in Northern Uganda who has a gun to his head and being ordered by a merciless group of lunatics to kill his parents with a machete or witness the murder of the whole community.  Now imagine the same kid, grown up and matured by the merciless …

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THESE YOUTH FROM SLUMS ARE ACHIEVING GOALS BY SCORING GOALS – SLUM SOCCER Football has always been the most favorite sport on the planet where billions of people around the globe follow it as a religion and acts as an emotional epicenter for many nationalities. A group of 22 people chasing a ball around and …

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Story of Kalyan Akkipeddi who left his high paying job to eliminate poverty When high earning young professionals of India, meet to unleash their intellect on the future of the country, their discussions land into a never-ending vicious circle of education, employment / livelihood, poverty, health, corruption and politics. With no concrete results or solutions …

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A 17- member jury headed by acclaimed filmmaker and actor Amol Palekar has selected the Marathi language feature COURT as India’s entry for best foreign language film to compete at the Academy Awards (Oscars) next year. Directed by Chaitanya Tamhane, COURT is his debut feature film. The film presents a hard hitting non-linear account of …

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Have you ever wished to go for a holiday to the remotest villages of India to discover their culture? Have you ever thought of taking a break and go for a trip to Himalayas and stroll in the hilly villages of Nepal? Meet Ritesh Garg, a management professional and an alumnus of FMS – Banaras Hindu …

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A writer constantly writes because he is tormented by his thoughts, he constantly needs to prove to himself and to others that he is actually worth something. Laxman Rao is one such story teller who has 24 literary works to his name out of which 12 have been printed and 6 re printed. But his …

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Born in a Muslim family in Makhtapur, a small village in Khirka Block in Harda District, Firoj Khan was always concerned about the plight of Muslim women. He saw that Muslim girls had very little education, because of an orthodox thinking, the purdah system, etc, and as compared to other communities, their condition was severely …

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