The A to Z: For First Time Voters

  Earlier this week, the Election Commission (EC) of India had declared that polling for the 17th Lok Sabha assembly, the world's largest democratic exercise, would begin in less than a month from now. The EC had stated that polling would take place in seven stages between the 7th of April and the 19th of... Continue Reading →

How Indian Authors Redefined Reading

¬† As long as I remember, my childhood was spent rummaging through books for fantasies beyond existence. The crisp smell of paper still lingers in me as a souvenir of the sweet memories. From learning life lessons through Aesop's fables to going on village-side adventures, from the Famous Five to bringing out the super-girl detective... Continue Reading →

An Interview with Alia Omer: Teach for India

Teach for India is an organisation which aims to address the education inequity in India, by providing equal education to all children irrespective of their socio-economic background. At the National Conference On Youth in Social Change organised in Manipal on 25-26th August, Teach for India set up a stall. In interview with Alia Omer from... Continue Reading →

The Youth Parliament | Leaders of Tomorrow

Model United Nations, or MUN, is a very popular concept today, where students roleplaying UN delegates simulate UN committees. The aim is to provide students with an idea of diplomacy while handling public relations at an international level. That being said, it would not be incorrect to assume that a majority of students, today, have... Continue Reading →

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