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Shujaat Bukhari

Hope dies with Shujaat Bukhari’s Death

Shujaat Bukhari, the editor of Rising Kashmir, was murdered with 40 bullets piercing his body on 14 June 2018. The journalist was also the President of Adbee Markaz Kamraz, a cultural and literary organisation in Kashmir, was an active organiser of several Kashmir peace conferences and a part of the Track II diplomacy between India… Keep Reading

Deepika Rajawat, awardee of woman of the year title, fought for Asifa.

The Woman of The Year, Deepika Rajawat

Deepika Rajawat, an advocate of Jammu and Kashmir High Court, came into news earlier this year when she filed a writ petition for Asifa’s case, an 8-year-old who was gang-raped in Kathua District of the state.   Rajawat completed her law from NLU Jodhpur. She is also the Chairperson of NGO called Voice for Rights.… Keep Reading

“Fly solo. In life, you can’t be part of a group all the time. If you will not fly solo, you will not learn anything.” – Arnab (1) (1)

‘Parts Unknown’ of Anthony Bourdain’s Life

It wasn’t just his marvellous cooking that left an indelible taste in people’s mouth, but also his never-giving-up spirit that aroused imperishable love in everybody’s hearts. Anthony Michael Bourdain was a chef, a producer and a TV personality. His famous show ‘Parts Unkown’ recently returned for its seventh season. The setter of the ‘foodie’ culture… Keep Reading


Ratan Tata – A Legendary Entrepreneur

Ratan Tata is one of the leading Indian industrialists, ex-Chairman of the largest Indian conglomerate, Tata Group of Companies. He currently holds the post of Chairman Emeritus of Tata Sons, the holding company of the Tata Group which controls major companies including Tata Steel, Tata Motors, Tata Power, Tata Consultancy Services, Indian Hotels and Tata… Keep Reading


Cramming The Way Up

Thinking ability or memorising powers?  What tests a student’s merit in our country? The exams. Board exams, university exams or the professional course exams. The ticking clock of those three hours tends to decide our fate nowadays. But can those three hours test our education and our capabilities? No.  The only thing exams can test… Keep Reading


The Story Of Pramath Sinha (Founder, Indian School Of Business)

Pramath Sinha, 52 year old entrepreneur, the founding dean of Indian School of Business (ISB) Hyderabad, also the co-founder of Ashoka University, Sonipat, Haryana has started Vedica Scholars Programme for Women in Delhi as an alternative master’s in business administration. Sinha says that he was inspired by institutions like Wellesley College of Massachysetts US where… Keep Reading


Womenite: The Knight Against Patriarchy

Womenite, taps remarkably into the horizon of human cognition, creates a space that liberates the knots that have been forcefully built over the years, and puts forth the varied set of incredible knowledge, at an  uplifting lack of centres within the substance of  various ideologies. The change that we have been looking forward to taking place at the outside, must begin from within the… Keep Reading

manan ansari

The Journey Of A Bonded Labour To Becoming A DU Graduate

Mohammed Manan Ansari, 21 years old present, has fought inspiringly the perils to have completed his BSC in life science from Delhi University. He was rescued in 2007 from a coal mine in Koderma (Jharkhand). Right at the age of 7, the harsh poverty pushed him to work at the MICA mine, where he worked… Keep Reading

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