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Here’s how you can learn to exercise the power of visualisation that can lead to success

A keystone habit is one aspect or routine which is so powerful that it spills over into other areas of your life

Published on 4th August 2018
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Why Navy officer Amiya Patra went from riding the sea to seeing through a camera's lens

The former defence man talks about his journey of discovery, how he left the service and how his movies have evolved over time

Published on 4th August 2018
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'Rainy Sarmistha' from Cuttack pens her best poems when she is amidst nature

Sarmistha Dey, aka Rainy Sarmistha, loves writing poetry and has been doing so since she was a child 

Published on 3rd August 2018
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Dalit rapper Sumeet Samos on casteism at JNU: You just can't escape it   ​

Samos' fanbase has been steadily growing and now with his first official single ready to release, he says he can't be more excited

Published on 3rd August 2018
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Guinness World Record holder and Taekwondo player Deepak Patel is ready to try his luck at Olympics 2020

Deepak Patel from Hyderabad is competing in one of the most dangerous combat sports, Taekwondo, and is putting his blood, sweat and tears into it

Published on 3rd August 2018
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After months of student protest, Manipur Uni VC asked to go on leave

The government said it took so long to intervene in the matter because being a Central University, the state government could not intervene directly on the matter

Published on 3rd August 2018
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97 Not Out: Why Terribly Tiny Tales' latest book never hit that century

Internet sensation Terribly Tiny Tales is back with their second book, ninety-seven poems and the founders, Anuj Gosalia and Chintan Ruparel, tell Seema Rajpal why it has exactly 97 poems and not 4000

Published on 30th July 2018
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We need stories that bring us together: Rana Daggubati on why he's investing in entertainment start-ups

Rana Daggubati and Prasad Vanga are on a entrepreneurship promotion mission with their Anthill Studios, a business accelerator programme for the media and entertainment industry

Published on 30th July 2018
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These acid attack survivors are getting free surgeries, all thanks to King Khan

Shah Rukh Khan's Meer Foundation, NGO Atijeevan Foundation and New Hope Medical Centre are conducting a plastic surgery camp for acid attack survivors

Published on 30th July 2018
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This 24-year-old Kerala engineer is campaigning for better menstrual hygiene for Tilonia women

Dhilsha Jubair, an SBI Youth Fellow is raising funds to provide eco friendly and affordable sanitary napkins to the women in Tilonia in Rajasthan

Published on 30th July 2018
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How IDSFFK has become an important platform for Kerala's student filmmakers

The winners of the Campus Film category at the International Documentary and Short Film Festival of Kerala speak about making it in the film world as students

Published on 2nd August 2018
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The Friends of Tribals Society believes in taking the school to the children

The people behind the Friends of Tribals Society speak about changing the lives of tribal communities through education

Published on 2nd August 2018
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Stories Worth Sharing is here to share your love for storytelling

The founders of Stories Worth Sharing speak about finding a medium to share their most important tales and taking the idea across Indian cities

Published on 2nd August 2018
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Read IPS Officer Amit Lodha's book on his experience of nabbing one of Bihar's most notorious gangsters

The book "Bihar Diaries" is already topping the charts and is on its way to becoming a film too, directed by Neeraj Pandey

Published on 1st August 2018
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Meet the TISS students who made India's first gender-neutral hostel a reality

Transgenders and non-binary students are a rarity on campuses. Queer Collective at Tata Institure of Social Sciences wants to change that by building a comfortable place for them. 

Published on 16th April 2018

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