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Malala Day: Nobel Prize laureate turns 20 today: Here are some facts about her extraordinary life

Malala Yousafzai a Pakistani activist for female education and the youngest-ever Nobel Prize laureate. She is famous across the globe for human rights advocacy, especially right to education for women and backing education of women in her native place Swat Valley in Northwest Pakistan. The local Talibans banned girls from attending school at her place, but that didn’t stop her from getting the education. Ever since then, Malala became the face of […]

Capt. Vikram Batra’s death anniversary: Remembering the brave Kargil hero’s exploits

Kargil war hero, late Captain Vikram Batra’s short 24 years of life are a personified testament to the spirit of the Indian Army. As fiery in his enthusiasm and courage as army call name “Sher Shah”, Batra was martyred on July 7, 1999, during combat. Five weeks after the Kargil war began, on June 19, 1999, Lieutenant (at the time) Batra was ordered to recapture Point 5140. In spite of […]


Toronto selected as one of only two cities in North America to present Creative Visions: Hong Kong Cinema 1997-2017, with special guest Heiward Mak in attendance. The Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival (Reel Asian), in partnership with Create Hong Kong and the Hong Kong International Film Festival Society with support from the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in Toronto (HKETO), presented Creative Visions: Hong Kong Cinema 1997-2017, a […]

Haryana girl Manushi Chhillar is Femina Miss India World 2017

The 54th Femina Miss India World 2017 winner is Manushi Chhillar from Haryana, while the first runner-up is Sana Dua from Jammu and Kashmir and the second runner-up is Priyanka Kumari from Bihar. The event was held at Yash Raj Studios in Mumbai on Sunday night. Manushi, born to doctor parents, studied in St. Thomas School in Delhi and Bhagat Phool Singh Government Medical College for Women in Sonepat. In […]

51 Types of Mango on One Tree! An Engineer-Turned-Farmer’s Unique Plan to Save Endangered Varieties

Ravi Marshetwar had always seen his father working for society and hence his aim in life was very clear, he wanted to become a social reformer. He earned an engineering degree and worked for 10 years as a Civil Engineer in Muscat before becoming a farmer. Today, he is well known for his grafting skills, by which he has grown 51 varieties of mangoes on the same tree. In 2001, […]


This 16-Year-Old Bengaluru Boy Grows His Own Veggies & Teaches Organic Farming on YouTube!

At a time when urban kids struggle with even eating healthy, a class 12 student of National Public School in Bengaluru’s Indiranagar runs his own organic farm and has inspired thousands of urban residents through his YouTube channel. Arya Pudota, who is going to turn 17 in July, started his journey six years ago when he was just 10 and saw his mother farming on a plot of land next […]

First Indian woman to be elected as judge at UN judicial body

In a significant victory for India at the UN, international law expert Neeru Chadha has won a crucial election to a top UN judicial body that deals with disputes related to the law of the sea, becoming the first Indian woman to be appointed as a judge at the tribunal. Chadha, an eminent lawyer and the first Indian woman to become the chief legal adviser in the ministry of external […]


VIDEO: This Sikh student gave a stirring graduation speech at UC Berkeley and its a must watch

Angad Singh Padda, a 23-yeal-old Sikh student, mesmerised everyone with his graduation speech at UC Berkeley. The UC Berkeley Leadership Award Recipient from Chandigarh, Punjab took the opportunity to talk about “problems”, not of his own but of the world. In a powerful, funny and evocative speech, he urged everyone to fight together for a greater good and “make the world a better place.” And not just that. The young […]

Lt Col Raja Chari: NASA’s third Indian-origin astronaut

NASA has introduced a fresh batch of 12 new astronauts, among whom Indian-American Lieutenant Colonel Raja Chari is one. The 12, who were chosen from among over 18,000 applicants, will soon be given rigorous training for distinguished space missions into the Earth’s orbit and deep space. This batch has seven men and five women and this is the Class number 22 of American spaceflight trainees starting from 1959, making it […]

Dhyan Chand may scoop Bharat Ratna

Legendary hockey player Major Dhyan Chand might soon be conferred with BharatRatna (posthumously) as Union sports minister Vijay Goel has requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi to fulfill the long-pending demand. This has come four years after cricketing maestro Sachin Tendulkar became the first sportsperson to be conferred with India’s highest civilian honour. Dhyan Chand, who died in 1979, guided India to three gold medals at the Olympics (1928, 1932, and […]