By Radhika Narang: Known from her action movies and humanitarian causes, Angelina Jolie revealed to the New York Times that she had undergone a double mastectomy in February 2013 to prevent herself from getting breast cancer after she found out she carried the gene that
By Achilles Rasquinha: “Maa” ...and a glimpse of her innocence appears to our conscience. The word itself is as strong as the powerful “Om”. God exists, and it is truly her, for she is our creator. Her omnipotent love and her omnipresent care shield us and
By Achilles Rasquinha: Think about your favorite scientist. Well, was it Einstein? Not surprising, since Albert Einstein will remain considered as the most well-known scientist to all laymen who’re yet unaware of his prominent enlightening theories that have reshaped our understandings of the universe. So,
By Jit Shankar Banerjee: Where I come from, the idea of Gandhi is perhaps a tad bit more complicated than it is in the rest of India. Growing up, I heard about the antithetical nature of his understanding of the future of this nation to
By Sadho: The word – Romance, regardless of the magnitude it carries in its meaning, is but a much underrated word. It though continues to flourish today, but its reach as well as its breeding is limited. Its usage in terms of the way people
By Tadrash Shah: With the education system and the current socio-educational situations that we live in, the definition of knowledge seems to have changed. The perception to knowledge and education has changed. It matters on how we perceive the term, knowledge and it certainly matters
By Vaishali Jain: Some said, “No matter what, don’t let anyone dictate you.” and some others said, “Just don’t get involved. You’ll invite trouble if you retaliate much.” I went with the latter, because my heart told me so. “Be safe”, it would caution me.
By Sharanya Ramesh: Sharanya Ramesh is a Teach For India Fellow, teaching at the Haideri school, Jogeshwari. The Teach For India Fellowship is a full time program that places young college graduates and working professionals in low-income schools for two years. You see a lot of
By Daphne Clarance: With humility of heart and vitality in his eyes, Mr. Gyanesh Kumar, an IAS Officer and the Resident Commissioner of Kerala House, Delhi, enhances the definition of success of a country; how is he an inspiration for the youth today? Let’s find out.