Paralyzed Army Officer turns role model
As a boy, Navin Gulia was a below-average student and since he was also physically weak he never participated in any sports.
ARUNIMA SINHA - Higher than Everest
Meet Arunima Sinha, the mountaineer whose determination can only be gauged as higher than Mount Everest. Her hair-raising story is not just a story of determination of the highest level but one of a sublime level which may serve as an inspiration for all and yet may be impossible to emulate.
History Records the Era of FOOLS
Thankfully, 2021 has emerged from the containment of the pandemic scourge to offer us a vision of optimistic hope and better health.
The whole wide world has gone digital. So why not painting, too? Drawing and sketching are great hobbies that many of us may have been pursuing since some time.
Nush Lewis - The Angel of the Harp
As an instrument of beauty in both sound and looks, the harp not only looks elegant and catches the eye of everyone around, but also sounds wonderful even from the first notes plucked.
Margaret Karram: Ambassador of unity “I dream of a world at peace!”
Margaret Karram is the newly-elected president of the worldwide Focolare Movement, the third President since its foundation by Chiara Lubich in Italy, and is now present in 182 countries, seeking to promote dialogue, peace and unity. She was elected President at the recently-held General Assembly in Rome on 31 January 2021.
Getting lost in good books!
As another world book day is here, Joe eruppAKKAtt examines how critical reading is to our personal growth.
Easter Festival of Joy and Hope
Easter is the most important feast day of the Christian calendar though Christmas — the feast which commemorates the birth of Christ — is celebrated with greater pomp and show all over the world.
A Pathway for a United World
One Saturday evening, I settled down to watch Elysium, a 2013 sci-fi movie.
Meet The Enemy Within
Someone once called me “stupid” when I lost some money in the stock market. I didn’t feel bad, because he has been doing it for many years.
CREATING HISTORY Arya Rajendran
The Youngest Mayor in the Country
Write your heart out!
“Fill your paper with the breathings of your heart.” ~ William Wordsworth
Make your resolutions a reality
2021 hit us before we realized and it’s not been a great previous year for many. And yet 2020 has been that teacher who’s taught us a lot about ourselves, life, existence and humanity in general.
Dealing with Peer Pressure
I had been conducting online training for students’ through Zoom and Google Meet since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. During the Q&A sessions, many students asked me how to manage peer pressure effectively. So, I thought it would be good to share with you my thoughts on how to deal with peer pressure.
“HOW” matters as much as the “WHAT”
People may not always remember what you told them, but they will never forget how you made them feel. There is always a difference between what you say and how you say something. Even if what you want to say is legit, the way in which you communicate it can alter the way it will be perceived.
Lead of the Red Rives and Blue Hills
Oldest classical dance style of India
A Toothache and a Sparkling Thank you!
It’s when I brush my teeth that I think! Yes, that’s a bit strange isn’t it? But the comfortable feel of toothbrush bristles on my willing-to-be-massaged teeth lull me into a relaxed state, and that’s when ideas, thoughts and plots jump out of my mind, waiting to display themselves on my laptop or a white sheet of paper.
Do You Doubt Yourself?
Do you doubt yourself? I do, and I am not ashamed to admit it.
MIZORAM: An Amazing Masterpiece of nature
Think of Mizoram and what spontaneously comes to mind are extremely beautiful images of hills and peaks, dense bamboo groves, picturesque landscapes, fast-flowing rivers, cascading waterfalls, and a rich variety of flora and fauna that make the land an amazing masterpiece of nature.
Rafael Nadal Parera
1,000 wins and more to come
KAMALA DEVI HARRIS
She pursued her dreams to the heights!
Emotions 101 for Teenagers
Carlo Acuits A Millennial Topper
On 31 December 1999, the world held its breath as the clock ticked towards midnight, fearing the worst from the Y2K or millennium bug, a snag that had stirred up fears that computers would stop as the year changed to 2000.
'Diversity Coin' A Paradigm of Unity
Rishi Sunak, Chancellor of the Exchequer in the United Kingdom, has unveiled a ‘Diversity Coin’ of 50 pence on 17 October 2020, to celebrate the diverse history of Britain and to recognize the profound contribution minority communities have made to the shared history of the country.
Boost Your Moral Immunity
“It’s positive! You are advised immediate follow-up treatment and total isolation,” came the expected message from the Covid-19 test centre!
How To Choose Your Career
You say you know how it works. Simple isn’t it? You get above 80%, take science; if you get above 70%, you take commerce. Anything below 60% and you take arts. Sort! Right?