Anusmita Dutta reviews Malayalam film 'Uyare', starring Parvathy Thiruvothu. This film revolves around the undying spirit of a woman who aspires to become a pilot when a brutal experience changes her life. Find out how she reclaims her dreams in spite of being 'scarred' for life.
People & Culture Archive
Townships may be the answer to sustainable living & better quality of life. Anusmita Dutta explores the advantages & benefits of townships where residents don't have to commute long distances for work & recreation. This can have a positive impact on our environment as well.
9th Grader student from Oberoi International School, Parashie Sidhwani shares snippets from her school cafeteria long before the spread of a virus. Now a change in perspective on things we've taken for granted, as Parashie documents those carefree days.
How a simple conversation with his 7-year-old son prompted a father into penning down a book on human values. What happens next is something incredible, 26 artists from across the globe contribute artwork for each 26 Value Words, giving birth to The WOW Project.
From a warm cocooned joint family to an NRI wife, Upasana Mukherjee Pal, based out of Toronto, Canada, has shown that there's an opportunity waiting to rediscover us and help us to embrace change positively.
How does one cope with living in a foreign country? You unlearn, relearn, overcome your challenges and embrace the new with your skills & talent. Find out how Panchali Konwar Gohain an NRI woman from Brisbane, Australia restarted her life & is now a successful entrepreneur.
Can it be really tough living away from your family in a foreign land? Not really, if you embrace the new with a positive attitude, as shared by Nomita Kavra Gupta with Anusmita Dutta, in our second international feature story on the life of NRI women.
Presenting to you the first of our international feature stories, where Anusmita Dutta speaks with NRI women living abroad. Meet Arya Mukherjee from Luxembourg, who smashes all notions that centre around the so-called ‘lonely’ life of an NRI homemaker with her sheer optimism.
Meet 20-year-old Harshita Sharma, a Fine Arts student from Kanpur University, who stumbled upon her hidden talent of bringing lifeless stones to life, quite by chance. She's now the Founder of Stonemania.
Parashie Sidhwani talks about her first encounter with tennis when she was in the 2nd Grade. After having pursuing it for years, she realises the positive impact the sport has on her. She gives you five reasons why you should try it too!