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Tech Talk

Lynched on a virtual landscape

I have never really been a big fan of the comment section although I mostly lure in the comments section below a video or social media  post. It becomes an interesting experience to learn what people across borders think of the same thing we are viewing, especially if they like …

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Bibliophile

Journey: A book on hope, change and daring to be free

Danielle Steel is a well established author and has given many bestsellers. With riveting stories and raw emotions, her writing never fails to leave a mark.  Journey is one such story that deeply left an impact on me. I could feel the emotional turmoil of the protagonist and could connect …

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Good Samaritans

THE JOYS OF GIVING

                   Remember when we used to be in school and   the teachers would announce a charity event and we would always grimace among  ourselves. Since I came from a missionary school, we had a lot of these events. Some of my classmates  would  be enthusiastic about it, some  would complain …

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Start-ups & Entrepreneurship

Social Start-ups and Social Media

It is of no surprise that word spreads faster in this age of social media than it ever did. In seconds the entire world is aware of what someone ate for breakfast or of their most recent wardrobe malfunction. With this lightning-fast news delivery system fitting in the mere size …

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Good Samaritans
Good Samaritans

No Age Barrier To Be A Good Samaritan

In earlier times, it was only armed men and knights men that were meant to protect the weak and the needy. This was because in those times, people faced problems collectively and that mainly included those around wars and violence. But, nowadays, this trend has seen some changes. Now, not …

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Good Samaritans

The story of Hira the Dog, and others who found a home.

Good Samaritans, invisible and mute, abound in our city in every nook and corner. One could be standing right beside you in a crowded bus and you would never know. They are there not only for you but also for the them that are without voices of their own, the …

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Sportitude

Government Funding For Sports In India

In today’s era, getting educated and being a topper in studies are not the only requirement for a child to excel. Hobbies and passion also play a very crucial role in his overall personality development. Though, many take up education as a route to achieve success and stability in life, …

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Start-ups & Entrepreneurship

Tackling the Big C…with ice-cream.

Maria Servina is a biotech student in her third year at Smt. Parvatibai Chowgule College, Margao, Goa and she already has a start-up and a product that’s set to make a change in a huge way! What’s it about, you ask? Well, bright young Ms. Servina has come up with …

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Tech Talk

How Hard Could It Be – Buying Headphones

“Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything.” ― Plato I’m not one to normally quote the Ancient Greeks. But this one particularly caught my notice. Music is indeed a gift, first created by a cacophony of grunts around …

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Good Samaritans

The Magic of the Teensiest Good Deed

I think we could all benefit a lot if the world had more good people in it than bad and if the good balanced out the evil that happens every day. As the Eleventh Doctor from one of my all-time favourite tv shows ‘Doctor Who’ put it- “The way I …

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