Impossible you say? Not for us!

This video is the story of how India made One Person, One Vote a reality. The greatest experiment in India’s democratic history is indeed, the creation of universal adult franchise. Universal Adult Franchise means that the right to vote should be given to all adult citizens without the discrimination of caste, class, colour, religion or gender. It is based … Continue reading Impossible you say? Not for us!


Women at the heart of our Constitution

Last month marked the 69th year since India’s Constitution came into power. While it may be a document on paper, our Constitution is the keeper and protector of the rights, responsibilities and values that shape us as a country. Its chief architect - the great Babasaheb Ambedkar - is revered by millions around the world. … Continue reading Women at the heart of our Constitution

10 young changemakers who made India proud in 2017

2017 was a key year for India in terms of innovation, movement building, arts and cinema, business, politics, and more. We saw a lot of young leaders and changemakers who raised their voices, spoke truth to power, and whose ideas led to shaping mindsets and moving us forward. Here’s a look at 10 such changemakers, … Continue reading 10 young changemakers who made India proud in 2017

Patriotic reads for the end of the year

Reading is magical. For children, it is the foundation of learning and education. For adults, it brings comfort and reassurance, confidence and security, relaxation, happiness and fun. It feeds our imagination, helps us to empathise and appreciate a new perspective. It is no surprise, that reading also helps re-ignite patriotism. It fuels a passion and love … Continue reading Patriotic reads for the end of the year

The Story of our Constitution

26th November is Dr Ambedkar's birthday and celebrated in India as the Constitution day.  The Constitution is the country’s supreme law and not only defines the framework of the basic political principles but also establishes what the different government institutions should do in terms of procedure, powers and duties. It contains fundamental rights, directive principles and … Continue reading The Story of our Constitution

In India, it’s better than business as usual

India has often been touted as a tough place in which to do and grow a business worldwide. In spite of the attractiveness of our economy and increasing spending power, the World Bank ranked us a poor 132 in the Ease of Doing Business rankings. Not anymore. According to the latest global 'Ease of Business' … Continue reading In India, it’s better than business as usual

Diwali with a Difference

On the 10th of October, India’s apex court banned the sale of firecrackers in the Delhi NCR during the Diwali season, owing to the region’s high pollution levels and dangerous layers of smog that spread through the city and remain in the air for a long time. According to an article in the Indian Express, … Continue reading Diwali with a Difference