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106-year-old grandmother from Andhra Pradesh and her `Country Foods` is the new YouTube sensation!

A 106-year-old YouTuber from Andhra Pradesh is winning hearts with her cooking videos. Mastanamma has more than 2,63,000 subscribers to her channel `Country Foods`, which is managed by media persons from Hyderabad, K Laxman and Srinath Reddy. On her channel, Mastanamma is seen making various local delicacies, like egg curry, fish fry, watermelon chicken, using easily available ingredients. Always clad in a simple saree, the 106-year-old chef cooks delicious dishes […]

10 Brave Civil Servants Who Remained Honest Even In The Middle Of A Corrupt System

Being honest is tough in today’s world. It gets tougher if you are in the civil services. Because everything around you is corrupted – the system, the babus, the politicians – everything. That’s why there are so many civil service officers who made it big by just giving in to the corruption. They accepted bribes in the tune of crores of rupees and until ACB or CBI showed up at […]

Perumal Murugan’s Controversial Novel One Part Woman Wins Sahitya Akademi Award

One part Woman, the English translation of Perumal Murugan’s novel Mathorubhagan, has just won the Sahitya Akademi award. Based on a possible ancient cultural practice among people living around Tiruchengode in Tamil Nadu, the book faced much chagrin back in 2014 from many right-wing outfits and triggered animated debates over the freedom of expression. Many vociferous protests led by local groups alleged that Murugan had hurt community sentiments, defamed women, […]


Meet Miss Imsong: Dispeller of stereotypes about the Northeast

“Life is a tragedy when seen in close-up, but a comedy in long-shot.” That’s the Charlie Chaplin quote I thought of when I saw Miss Imsong’s satirical video ‘Presumptous Chinky Assumes North Indian Stereotypes’. What a way to turn the tables on the very people who pigeonhole you into a stereotype, I thought. Imsong has cleverly taken all the stereotypes imposed on the seven (mostly ignored) Northeastern states and turned […]

‘Men should not clip the wings of women’: Malala becomes UN Messenger of Peace

Men should not clip the”wings of women and let them fly”, Nobel Laureate Malala Yousafzai said as UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres designated her as the youngest-ever ‘Messenger of Peace’. “The role of men, fathers and brothers is really important. There were so many girls just like me in Swat Valley who could have spoken out but their fathers did not allow them, their brothers did not allow them to do […]

Chetan Cheetah, the soldier who survived 9 bullets, is discharged from hospital after 50 days

CRPF Commander Chetan Cheetah was finally discharged from the hospital after an admittance of 50 days, most of which was spent in intensive care, on Wednesday. Chetan was not shot just once or twice, but nine times, in an encounter with a group of terrorists in Kashmir. This happened nearly two months ago, with Chetan suffering bullet injuries in several places, including his brain, abdomen, and eyes. “His blood pressure […]

Meet the first woman field officer of the BSF in its 51 years of existence

After 51 years of existence, the Border Security Force (BSF) has made history by appointing its first woman field officer. Tanushree Pareek, a 25-year-old from Bikaner, Rajasthan, became the first woman to join the BSF in the officer rank. She had been selected after clearing the all-India examination conducted by UPSC in 2014. She had to undergo 52 weeks of an intensive training programme that comprised of training, intelligence gathering, […]

Mompreneurs – Single Women on a Mission

By Gemini Dhar (Take Charge expert and author) Single women, yes. But by choice or compulsion or fate? Being single or becoming single after years of marriage is a rising trend. The relationships of yesteryears when men and women stuck together through thick and thin or tolerated each other till death is now history. Modern-day girls, women, and even grandmoms are learning and earning. Some of them are doing it […]

ClamorWorld Exclusive: Finally I have revealed my dream in the form of a book

The man who started his career writing poetry and has since written two titles in Urdu, ‘Urdu Poetry Book’ and ‘Sarhad Ke Us Paar’, which was a fictional novel. Now, he has come up with ‘The Chronic Mansion’ an English fictional novel. After struggling for many years, the book was published by Blue Rose Publishers and was released worldwide last month. Written by a young man who hails from a […]

They Started at the Bottom of the Corporate Ladder. Now They're Millionaires.

By Amanda DiSilvestro Everyone knows a person who has pulled themselves up in the world, through hard work, a little luck, and lots of motivation. Those people might have tripped along the way, but they pushed on and always forward. In these stories, what becomes less important is what is given to you—and what’s more important is what you earn on your own.   Take Shahid Khan; born in Pakistan, […]