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An Open Letter to Lord Ganesha

[Satire]-[By Shruthi HM] Dear Lord Ganesha, ||Siddhi Vinayaka|| ||Vighnavinashaka|| …Lord… Lord… I am very scared. I have a feeling that something terrible will befall us. That is why I have decided to write this Open Letter to you. Since you are a celestial being and might not be familiar with terrestrial modes of communication, let me explain to you what an Open ...

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Niyati

My journey as a mother and CEO

[By Niyati Shah] Every entrepreneur has that moment- an experience, an epiphany – that inspires them to start their own adventure someday. For me it was the sound of my baby’s heartbeat on the machine. I felt exhilarated as well as content at the same time and that was the defining moment when I had decided to go for the big ...

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Grabbing life by the horns

[By Pintueli Gajjar] Today, I am known as the biker woman who vrooms past the town of Rajkot in Gujarat. Some who don’t know me criticise me for letting go of my feminine side. But those who know me appreciate me for taking the challenge called life head on. But few know, that I took to biking only a few ...

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Coolie No. 15: Jaipur Junction’s lady porter

Not discouraged or disheartened; resolutely courageous, she sprints up and down stair cases each day, loading taxis, chasing customers and carrying upto 30 kilograms on her head. Working among 200 men as a porter or “coolie” at Jaipur city’s railway station, Manju Devi, with her porter badge no 15, goes about her daily routine with grit and determination, fighting all odds. Probably ...

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Dealing with social issues in a manner akin to a mother’s care

A year back, it started out as an idea to provide Delhi street children with shoes during terrible Delhi winters. Latika Wadhwa, then only 24 and a full time working professional, decided to start an online campaign to help these children. The response that she got encouraged her to collect food and clothes for these children as gifts for Christmas, ...

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runjhun

“Do what you love and love what you do”

I fainted in office! and that triggered my journey on a completely new path - path of freedom, happiness and passion, culminating in the founding of ZipOut (ZIP - Zindagi in pajama)

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When the monthly monster comes knocking!

|By Jeydevi Venkatarama| Sounds of the morning could be heard. Pavithra woke up to birds’ and sparrows coo-cooing in the trees. A hectic day was waiting for her downstairs. She lazily got up from bed, slowly removing her  two-year old son Arjun’s hand from around her neck. Every day she would wake up alert and energetic. But something was unusual today. She ...

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Kashmir’s challenge: comprehending peace amid chaos and conflict

By Adfar Shah An uncertain Kashmir is again moving towards instability. This time for the killing of yet another innocent youth Farhat Ahmad Dar. Farhat(18), a young boy from north Kashmir was killed when police fired on the protestors in the Bandipora district, triggering further curfews and protests.  A protesting KashmirPhoto: mfr_isb@yahoo.com The killing of Farhat might go down the ...

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The Pharaoh's Chicken or the Egyptian Vulture, Hesarghatta, Bangalore

Indian Vultures and their Last Crusade

By Subramanya Chandrashekar In the early 1980′s, there were approximately 40 million vultures in India. Now there are only 60,000 of these scavengers left. Watching them glide majestically through the skies, is becoming a rare sight. The masters of the skies, today stand critically endangered and it would be foolish to push this aside as a mere story or undermine ...

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