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Evicted from Bhutan at the age of 11, Vidhyapati Mishra spent two decades in U.N.-funded Bhutanese refugee camp in eastern Nepal before resettling in the United States. The self-learned journalist Mishra featured in the New York Times with his powerful narrative story about the other side of the Bhutan’s gross national happiness.
President of Indian opposition Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Nitin Gadkari believes that his party would bring the economy of India back on track by dislodging the present ruling coalition in 2014 elections Established in 1980, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is India’s second largest political party in terms of representation in the parliament. Occupying the […]
An engineer by training, Shantanu Bhagwat is a one-time diplomat turned venture investor and now advisor, to start-ups. In a career spanning two decades, Mr. Bhagwat has worked across geographies and industries, including several years in Japan and in the UK. He is a personal investor in several start-ups in India, including Myntra– a personalised […]
Interview with Neeraj Chhibba, author of ‘Zero Percentile – Missed IIT Kissed Russia‘ The beauty of literature is that it often enables our soul to live something that neither has our body experienced nor has our heart ever breathed before. Unfortunately, very little of what goes in the name of literature these days manages to […]