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What Does it Take to Be A Great Entrepreneur? – Kartikey Gautam

“All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them.” – Walt Disney An entrepreneur is a person responsible for setting up a business or an enterprise. He has the initiative, skill for innovation and who looks for high […]

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How I Celebrated Teej in Singapore

First of all I am sorry that this blog is coming in late but I guess you can forgive me as I was recovering from a 48-hour long fast. However, here I am and as promised I am going to share with […]

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ONE SERENA FOR ALL : Sumona Chetia

“I just want to tell you guys she played well and this is her first grand slam. I know you guys were rooting, and I was rooting too, but let’s make this the best moment we can. We’ll get through it. Let’s […]

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Naha Kha – Bathe, Worship and Then Eat

Tomorrow, on 11th of September, Teej celebrations begin. One day ahead of Teej, the tradition of Naha Kha is observed. This literally means bathe and eat. The ritual, though, has some additional practices as well.  Here’s explaining Naha Kha: Women wake up early to take a […]

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Meet Jian Rong Teo – Singapore’s Serial Entrepreneur

Jian Rong Teo (Jayren) is a millennial who inspires millions. 23 years old this year, he is the Singapore Head for the Young Founders School. He is also popularly known as The Serial Entrepreneur, having been responsible for several establishments since he […]

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Things About Haritalika Teej that We Want You to Stop Asking Right Now!

All thanks to the dominance of Punjabi culture in Bollywood, it is a common perception among most people of India that Karvachauth is practiced in all parts of North India. No, it is not. It is a beautiful festival celebrated in Punjab, Delhi and […]

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What Next After Banning 377? – Asks Arunima Gururani

On September 6, 2018, the Supreme Court of India, in a landmark judgment decriminalized homosexuality by rendering Section 377 unconstitutional. The Supreme Court has reversed its own 2013 decision on the archaic law. While large sections of the population celebrated with Pride […]

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