In times like these, where nations have come to a standstill and World Health Organisation states that the coronavirus may futher spread through banknotes, because Covoid -19 may cling to its surface for days. What do we do now? Should we not buy our groceries? This is where Google Pay and online payments come into […]Read More How ‘Google Pay’ can save you from Coronavirus.
Etymologically, the word school is derived from a Greek word ‘skholē’ meaning ‘leisure’.Leisure?? School??They don’t seem to align now, do they? When I woke up this morning I didn’t set out to come up with this write up, but as I started working on a school report – I couldn’t help but find it sarcastically […]Read More DO NOT MESS IT UP LIKE THEY DID WITH US.
If I did it my way and failed, it’s ok. These words came out of Anil Singh’s mouth and most of the audience had an immediate connection with him. This article is my take on Anil Singh’s TEDX, Panchgani talk, which at a personal level did move me a lot. His journey with marathon started […]Read More If I did it my way and failed, it’s OK, An extra step changes everything. -Anil Singh.
“Rahul, Raj, Govindda, Ajay…..” the audience blabbers as they were asked to guess the host of OBR (One Billion Rising is a global movement, founded by Eve Ensler, to end rape and sexual violence against women (onebillionrising.org) “It is Aishwarya”, says the host finally. “My name is Aishwarya and I was born a girl.” I am a […]Read More From Mom’s Nose Pin to Brother’s Gym: How at the age of 9 I realised that gender is fluid, Aishwarya
MAGIC !!! The mere mention of word is sure to arouse some interest ! Well, let me tell you that this writeup is NOT about Magic, at least not of the kind we usually mean when we think of the word. I’m talking about the long lost and nearly “magical” period of our lives that […]Read More Let’s play again – Reviving our forgotten childhood games! Dr. Sandeep Kate
I loved dancing since I was a kid. I always looked for opportunities to get on stage and dance. After I had finished my schooling years, my dream of being a professional dancer was fading away. I knew dance was the only thing that would make me come alive. After my 3 years of graduation, […]Read More One voice was louder than the rest- DANCE, DANCE, DANCE!
1. When did you realise your passion for entering into the world of coffee? I realised my love for our locally grown coffee ever since I was introduced to it by my late grandmother almost 25 years ago. Seven years ago I decided to venture into the Coffee business by starting a small café using […]Read More Into the world of smoky falls tribe coffee.
Fashion Designing is something which I was always very passionate about since I was a boy. It’s funny looking back at my school days and finding scribbles and sketches of designs on my notebooks, whereas you’d find sketches of buildings and skylines on my brother’s, who is now an architect. Goes to show that even […]Read More Inspirational journey of Daniel Syiem
A warm Hello to all Masters of Ceremony and Anchors, present and future. Here are a few thoughts based on 20 years of experience in this field. 1. WHAT ~ WHEN ~ WHERE ~ WHY : Try and find comprehensive answers to these questions vis-à-vis your event, or people might soon start asking HOW did […]Read More Mic Check! with Alfie
Some good things do not always have a good beginning. Michealangelo Francis lost two of his ex-pupils in a road accident. This deeply troubled him and he wanted to do something about it. He wanted to teach young minds how to get mature with the machine. Michaelangelo says, “a machine does not have a brain […]Read More Micheal learns to save life in cities to the world’s highest motorable road.
I have known Gary for over 4 years, to me he comes across as friendly and down to earth person. Gary Jarman Lamare is from Shilliong, Meghalaya. The feeling of exploration and adventure has made him climb some of the highest mountain peaks in the world, some of them being Kangchenjunga, Annapurna Massif, Cho Oyu […]Read More He wanted to see the world from top, so he climbed Everest !!!
Listening to music started very early in my life. I think the song ‘Papa Kehte hain’ started it all for me when I was may be 6-7 years old. A few years later my mother got me into Indian Classical music. I did that for a couple of years but eventually studies took over […]Read More Hope is a good thing- Diyatom Deb shares his life journey.
We love eating all kinds of food, we order a plate of rice or any type of delicacy and we enjoy it. With modern development, food items are even delivered to our houses. Many times we forget there are people working behind the scene to bring this food to our table. I am talking about […]Read More If you love eating, you got to read this post!
These silent artists are the very people who make India truly Incredible.Read More Thousands of unique jewellery pieces on Indian footpath.
There are still people who care for the Earth. There are still those who want to come forward and spread awareness in the society about protecting the ‘Mother Earth’. I met these fine young men (picture below) who were French by origin, who had named themselves as The FrenchChips were riding an auto rickshaw from Kerala, […]Read More The Adventurists Rickshaw Run – making a difference
Not all of us are bestowed with the best of everything. Being not-so-good in a certain field(s) tends to make us feel inept. Seeing a fellow colleague do better – when you know you can do it too and for some reason you just need to but you fail – sometimes just hurts. I know. I […]Read More To or Not to. By Kasturi, Assam