Opposing nuclearization, teaching sustainable development, organic farming, handloom

Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant By Umang Sonker* A significant tragedy struck a Union Carbide pesticide plant in Bhopal in 1984, and the Chernobyl disaster in 1986 was a wake-up call for the entire world. The debate over nuclear power has kindled ablaze. Nuclear energy and its dangers became more well known. The difficulties of such … Continue reading Opposing nuclearization, teaching sustainable development, organic farming, handloom

Wrong narrative: Push of digitalization has solved MGNREGA corruption

Mayank Prakash* The story of modern India is one for the history books. The world’s largest democracy has had an impressive rise from being a colonial-ruled third-world country to one of the influencers on a global arena. Much change has been brought about by the shift in ideologies, from socialism to communism to today’s prevalent … Continue reading Wrong narrative: Push of digitalization has solved MGNREGA corruption

Bringing about social and economic welfare in remote villages of Mulshi

By Tejonidhi Aphale* Shri. Anil Vyas was a lecturer at college during 1990-91 and witnessed a massive influx of people coming to the cities for education. Bhadas, Gawdewadi, Shileshwar,Asde, Khubawali are 5 villages located on the bank of river Mula in Pune. They were isolated from rest of tehsil due to dead end of the … Continue reading Bringing about social and economic welfare in remote villages of Mulshi

Why Waste app: Empowering youth to take first step towards being responsible consumers of water

The image shows snapshots of the 'Why Waste?' app; Home screen with fun challenges (Left), Personal Water Dashboard (Middle) and 'Why Waste?' Blog (Right) By Kanchan Khetan* This article covers an exclusive discussion with Ms Garvita Gulhati, Forbes 30 under 30, on being "India's Water Girl", starting 'Why Waste?' and the power of youth for … Continue reading Why Waste app: Empowering youth to take first step towards being responsible consumers of water

Maintaining a personal and philanthropic life balance

By Devrathi Singh* As students and future leaders of the world, some of us always wonder how to give something back to society and impact lives and fulfill our personal responsibilities. The life story of Gurumoorthy Mathrubootham, sets a clear example for us. Born in a middle-class family in Tamil Nadu, Gurumoorthy Mathrubootham, also referred … Continue reading Maintaining a personal and philanthropic life balance

Dedicated to fight against caste, gender and class atrocities prevalent in Bihar

By Amit Ashish* Ashish Ranjan is a social activist working out of the Araria district of Bihar. He works with Jan Jagaran Shakti Sangathan (JJSS) for the social welfare of rural workers in Northern Bihar. From living a luxurious life in the USA to becoming a social leader in grassroots activism in Bihar, Ashish motivates … Continue reading Dedicated to fight against caste, gender and class atrocities prevalent in Bihar