Rajdeep Sardesai talks brazenly about his early encounters with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, when Mr. Modi was still a pracharak.
‘Yes, we are voting in this election. But don’t assume this means we want to be an integral part of India’
This video features the voices of three young men from Delhi, on a shared experience of violence, mostly suffered in silence.
In addition to discussing the idea of Astrology, Rajat also presents a very simple and seemingly effective solution!
Preethi talked about citizen participation in bringing about change with examples of powerful stories and made a difference.
Zizek sees this as a good totalitarian propaganda when it's difficult to carry out such violence.
P. Sainath demolishes all claims of development with staggering figures of what happens in rural India in 100 days.
Akshay Saxena speaks about his decision to put Harvard Business School on hold and becoming a social entrepreneur.
Discussing probable solutions to curb the declining child sex ratio.
Apar spoke about how India frames its laws around censorship and the line between societally “acceptable” and “unacceptable” bans.
The best-selling author and public speaker engaged the audience in a scintillating discussion on changing dynamics of marriage and sexuality in India.
The plight of people who actually want to 'make India a better place'
"The most dangerous place for too many children around the world is their own home, where they should be safest”
Because ‘Ignorance is a choice’. It really is.
Will you stand with her as she faces powerful forces of government corruption and corporate greed?
She talks about corporate and political takeover of the media, why a story is killed and how journalists need to recognize their privilege.
“Seat Belts Give Me Chest Pain”
Every 4 minutes, 1 person dies in a road accident in India
"It was fun shooting the video and hearing responses of girls."
Where do we draw the line between self defence and violence?
This video plants a seed of hope, an intent to bring neighbors closer, to understand each other, to share our reflected lives and to â€œbreak the old wall, brick by brickâ€.
They are opening eyes and minds in a very robust and fantastic way with all the quirks and specialities of the south Indian states.