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Rubaroo


FIRST-HAND First-Hand testimonials, showcasing what it takes to drive change, with resilience Growing up in Hyderabad, I vividly remember my first attempt to contribute for others. I was probably 4 or 5, and I had collected a sum of Rupees 152 for Help Age India. That is how everything started for me. I moved on …

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Ali Imam – from YUVA: Youth United for Voluntary Action Organization – suddenly choked up. With an unlikely look on his face, he stopped, as if contemplating about the unknown. Looking around the room – as if trying to find an answer in the whites of the cracking wall – with bated breath, he started …

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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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Hyderabad has always been a shimmering example of diversity. But, amidst this gleeful diversity there has been, looming for sometimes , an underlying notion of group, community and religion based identities. But despite witnessing deep differences, a lot of youngsters don’t hesitate to mingle up with people of  different communities. Seeing this as an opportunity, …

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