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Jagrik Project


In this world of deep rooted cynicism, hatred and negativity, it is rare to find a ray of hope, passion and love. But there are still some stories which still makes us believe in the power of humanity and empathy and rekindles our hope in the society. It is even more heartwarming when youngsters come together to create …

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“Constitution was nothing more than just a book for me until I came to realise that it has a lot to do with my being in this nation and a lot more with the way I conduct my own life and affect my fellow citizens.” These words from Sirish Chauriya gave a very insightful description …

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Our constitution labels us as productive citizens, capable to be active participants of the democracy, once we cross the age of 18. But, often, even after crossing the threshold of age and receiving the right to vote,  many of us tend to shed off our responsibility as ‘citizens’ of the democracy; taking a backseat and …

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You must have seen people believing in superstitions like not crossing a path walked by a cat, not walking over a black cloth lying on the road, believing that waking up to the sight of a pair of mynah birds on a tree branch would bring them luck, and so on. Apparently peculiar, but these …

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