There's still a long way to go before we can truly claim equality for women
All major political parties are contesting the elections for the Mumbai's civic body separately, for the first time in more than two decades. With the split between the Shiv Sena and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), and the absence of alliance between the Congress and the National Congress Party (NCP), Mumbai anxiously awaits in anticipation … Continue reading Why this is the only chance to choose?
The Institute of Harkisan Mehta is one that reduces the gap between teachers and students. Teachers think of students as their colleagues and come into direct contact with the students by helping them to discover themselves. Teachers put up a challenging question and assignments for students. For example, can trees fart like humans do? Students … Continue reading Bridging gap between Teachers and Students.
What makes a good student great? Perseverance, the will to prove oneself or plain old burning the midnight oil? A student needs to persevere when the going gets tough. The will to prove oneself makes perseverance possible and burning the midnight oil is the process that makes it all possible. In a world of million … Continue reading Creating Minds that Question! #HappyTeacher’sDay
As a student of journalism, one thing I find particularly testing is to stand in front of a camera. On the face of it, one would wonder what all the fuss is about. However, there is more to it than what meets the eye. Broadcasting, for me, transcends mere news reporting. Today’s times warrant drama. … Continue reading An afternoon with Aaj Tak!
Truth be told, personally I have never paid much heed to how professionals work in the field of news and media, to get us our fill of content, be it print, radio, digital or broadcast. In spite of being a student, And now thanks to HMMRA, I have been leased a whole new perspective on … Continue reading My first brush with the newsroom.