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Popular musician and rapper Chance, whose real name is Chancelor Johnathan Bennett, revealed in the month of March that he would be donating a total of $1 million to numerous Chicago Public Schools. The rapper made the announcement during a news conference at Westcott Elementary School, which sits a few blocks away from where he …

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Rohit instigating constitutional literacy at home first

Rohit, a youth facilitator, decided that instead of spreading awareness on the constitution to others, why not begin it with his own family first. He shared the concept of the public initiative, Samvidhan Live! The Jagrik Project designed by ComMutiny – The Youth Collective (CYC) with his father and made him perform tasks as a …

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rural girls from Gujrat are living the constitution

Girls from Serisha village in Gujarat are helping in the betterment of their community and breaking their orthodox cages by playing simple games that help them understand the constitution. Bhavik Sharma, a graduate in Gujrati Literature, first started working in the field of education when he joined Sauhard – a non-profit organization from Ahmedabad working …

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To bring forth the talents of those whose potentials otherwise remain hidden behind rags of dust, filth, discomfort and unrest, Makkala Jagriti, an NGO working with children and youth from the underprivileged communities, is holding an event ‘Makkala Raaga’, at Chowdaiah Memorial Hall in Bengaluru on February 2nd, 2018. The event marks the 15th year …

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Today, most of the Middle Eastern strata is in a deadly gamut of war and death. And with this incessant increase of war, there is a wide increase in the number of people affected by it. Many Middle Eastern and European countries are facing an exponential rise of refugees everyday on their doorsteps. A temporary …

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IITian

For Brijesh Saroj, the son of a daily wage worker in Uttar Pradesh, getting into IIT was a dream come true. Many youngsters get busy with their personal lives  once they achieve their dream. But Brijesh was different,  he has decided to pay back by taking care of the current underprivileged students. Brijesh came to …

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Bucket List

Settling in the forward rows of the auditorium, our hands clasped in amazement, our mouths wide open in awe – all because of the scene being re – enacted in front of us. The production – the classic tale of Cinderella – though familiar was unfolding in a seemingly unfamiliar fashion – especially due to …

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Agaaz-e-Baatcheet

“We have to sit down, have a meal together, pray together and then actually talk together. Then we realize that, yes, although we have some differences they are not impassable differences.”  ~ Pauline Tangiora Tangiora’s words resonate louder than ever in the world we live in today. The relevance of these words has grown visibly over the last few decades that have seen ethnic, racial and religious conflicts spreading fear, discord, and violence across the globe. India, also, is home to diverse religions, cultures, …

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