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Issue 36


  Our reporter Nazneen in conversation with Koral Dasgupta on her journey of finding the voice unheard and bringing it to the world. Koral Dasgupta is an author, academic, columnist, painter and professional speaker. Her first book titled “Power of a Common Man” traces the journey of Shah Rukh Khan as a brand personality. In …

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Insha Bashir was born in the Budgam District of Beerwah in Kashmir. Growing up, Insha loved studying and playing cricket with her siblings. Life was good, glowing with a renewed mirth. But, fate had other plans for her. When she was 15, she met with a gruesome accident – a foul play of fate. She …

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India is a land blessed with a bounty of resources and since ancient times we have relied on them for individual survival as well as national development. In this notion of survival, Agriculture has always been the most prominent source of livelihood for the people of India. Presently, the agricultural sector accounts for about 20 …

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In conversation with war veteran Wing Commander Mohammad Afraz, one of the heroes of the Kargil War of 1999 who after his service built an online memorial for the Martyred heroes of the nation called ‘Honour Point’.        

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Innovation – A solar power run Air Conditioner at Rs. 1800 Innovator – Kalyani Shrivastava Age – 16 years Kalyani Shrivastava, a 16-year-old girl Kalyani Shrivastava from Jhansi has built a “Desi AC” which comes at a price as low as ₹.1800. It has an icebox made of thermocol from where the air is released …

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We often search for light. A light to sway the dark, a light to bring warmth. But, living alongside us, millions have been devoid of it – struggling to live in the absence of light. After, personally witnessing the loss of a loved one – who died in darkness – 2 brothers from India decided …

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Life deals a hand to all of us. Some get the hand that sets them apart, for good. Others are dealt a hand that cripples them to their core. But, it is how you take your next move, defines you. Some crib and cry, whereas some put up the fight of their lives.  An evident …

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The Public Education System of India has always been a subject of intricate debate. However, this debate has largely been confined to federal institutions and other alternate institution of scale and stature. It is rare to see youngsters engaging in this debate; if there’s any, the participation is restricted to commentary on social media. To …

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