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One Last Chance

3 A.M and Natasha was still at it. Click, scroll, drag, delete, click- she had her jury and submission at 8 A.M and was far from finished. Her sheets were incomplete and she hadn’t even had her dinner yet. When asked to rest, she angrily turned down the notion, but soon landed up in tears…
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Choices

We are often judged by our preferences or the choices we make. More often than not, we make bad choices, run out of ideas, become too selfish and stubborn to understand the nature of what we’re doing and give in to society and their rants. Who are these ‘Judgers’? The ones with accomplished certificates and…
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A purrfect four feet companion

“Bianca! Bianca! Come quick, dinner’s served”, cried Angela as she set the table. Bianca was in no hurry, as she had just helped herself to some delicious home- baked pie, which she was to share with the children as dessert. Hiding away in a corner, smacking her lips, Angela found Bianca and knew she had…
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Change is the not the only Constant

16th September, 2013, it was Rhea’s first interview with a renowned Multinational company in a business hub in Mumbai. She had always been fascinated with intricately designed architectural marvels, and today, she got to visit one, and it could be where she will be spending a majority of her day for a couple of years!…
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The Economic Divide

Extravagant! Divine! Majestic! , thought Akruti as she walked into the first shop for selecting her Ganesha idol. With only a week until she would bring her very first Ganpati home, Akruti was as excited as she was nervous with the amount of preparations that were left to be done to welcome home the God of…
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The Lifeline of India

7:15 PM, Priyanka hurriedly made her way over the footbridge and onto the platform as she saw the Virar local approach. She was already tired as she had to complete her week long target and she couldn’t risk not saving herself a seat in the train ahead for the journey back home to Vasai. The…
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Unleashing Your Innovative Potential

            On August 14th, 2015 we were joined by Reena Dayal Yadav, Chevening scholar from Oxford University who is also the Chairperson of SNIA India and an innovation expert, having been part of a top Indian IT corporation for over 2 decades. She addressed a gathering of construction industry experts on…
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Humility, even in death. RIP Dr. Kalam

Ex- President APJ Abdul Kalam. A powerful personality, an intelligent gentlemen and a dignified and humble human being, passed away on 27th July, 2015. His death saw many acknowledging his contribution towards ISRO and the Indian government during his tenure as its 11th President. Besides his academic achievements, Dr. Kalam was a warm-hearted, tender and…
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Make the most out of Mentorship

More involving and complex than starting a new venture is the decision to walk out of a promising career in the corporate world and take up a demanding, risky, questionable path into the world of entrepreneurship and start-ups. With countless biographies on successful individuals and their stories, such reads serve as great inspiration when attempting…
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Connecting the dots

The fast changing media landscape, the high speed internet performance and explosive growth of online content consumption have created a high yielding environment in the digital space in India. On 1st July, 2015 Prime Minister, Narendra Modi inaugurated the ‘Digital India’ week in New Delhi, urging  more companies to make electronic and digital goods and…
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