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Vaibhavi Mishra

Vaibhavi is the human embodiment of a pink evening cloud. She loves to explore, travel and meet new people and catch up on their vibes. She views the world with her poetic glasses; for her, every fellow human is a poem in him/herself full of stardust. She is a history enthusiast and the royalty' s bygone days fascinate her. She loves psychology and likes to meet new people, read into their feelings and their psyches. She wears carpe diem and Hakuna Matata on her sleeves. Her inquisitive explorations landed her up in journalism.

Five Indian poets famous for their writings on social issues

Five Indian poets famous for their writings on social issues

March 19, 2020

Being a poet comes with the moral responsibility of challenging social evils and creating awareness amongst the masses. This World Poetry Day, let’s celebrate some Indian poets who have written extensively on a wide range of social issues from poverty to gender inequality and l...

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“Quality of photojournalism will always be important”

“Quality of photojournalism will always be important”

March 18, 2020

When it comes to documentary photography in India, the mention of Sudhark Olwe is inevitable. The Padma Shri awardee has been documenting challenging social issues such as manual scavenging and poverty, for many years now. Olwe shares his views on photography as an art, the moral...

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Films portraying contemporary women

Films portraying contemporary women

March 6, 2020

Indian cinema has never shied away from portraying the ever changing female character on the silver screen. From Mother India to Thappad, the bold avatars of Indian women have always created an impact on the viewers. Here are some of the films that bring to the audience the new f...

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Four traditional Indian games

Four traditional Indian games

March 4, 2020

From Kabaddi to Piththu, traditional Indian games are sure to take you for an adrenaline adventure. Here are four traditional games enjoyed traditionally in India!

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Five rare diseases

Five rare diseases

February 29, 2020

Here are five rare diseases astonishing mankind worldwide!

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In conversation with PAPA CJ

In conversation with PAPA CJ

February 29, 2020

From political satires to bone tickling narratives of a middle-class lifestyle, standup comics have piping hot content for one and all. Papa CJ, one of the most celebrated Indian-origin standup comedian talks about the rising culture of standup comedy in India and around the worl...

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Anay Saxena- the nine year old author

Anay Saxena- the nine year old author

February 28, 2020

Anay Saxena, a nine-year-old from Jaipur, has already authored two books. A voracious reader of the works of Dav Pilkey and Jeff Kinney, he aspires to write like them someday. Saxena wrote his first book at the age of seven. Find out more about this young author, who is busy penn...

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Fate of print media in the digital world

Fate of print media in the digital world

February 23, 2020

Magazines have always had a glamour and charm of their own. However, with the advent of internet and digital space, magazines and other print media has been facing challenges like loss of readership and dwindled sales. Nicholas Coleridge, former president of Condé Nast Internat...

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European skill delegates brought to India by EIFE

European skill delegates brought to India by EIFE

February 22, 2020

India is the world’s youngest country, with 64 pc of the population in the working age. Approximately 70 million additional individuals of working age (aged between 15-59 years) are expected to enter the country’s labour force by 2023. Abundant in human resource, the Indian m...

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Homage to Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj

Homage to Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj

February 19, 2020

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj is considered one of the greatest Indian leaders of the 17th century The founder of Maratha empire in western India, he was born in the Bhonsle Maratha clan in 1630 At that time, Marathas were divided into many small princely states and at a very young...

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Couples with a difference – Valentine’s Special

Couples with a difference – Valentine’s Special

February 14, 2020

This Valentine’s day, we bring to you a set of four couples whose unconventional love stories are sure to melt your heart.

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Remembering Madhubala

Remembering Madhubala

February 13, 2020

Madhubala is an evergreen Indian star with a striking beauty. The damsel was often compared with Marilyn Monroe for her charisma. Born as Mumtaz Jehan Dehlavi, she made her debut in the 1942 film Basant, at the age of nine. Born in a poor family, silver screen made her the sole b...

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