Anwesha Dhar

Anwesha Dhar

Literature student. Part time journalist. Harbouring crazy dreams of changing the world since 1993.
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These educators are making the right use of techno...

Technology should be for the masses and more importantly, technology should be used for making lives better.
on Dec 6, 2015

Social Sabbaticals: How to become a leader by not ...

A survey in the UK confirmed that 84% of ‘Millenials’ would prioritize creating a positive impact in the world than career advancement.
on Dec 3, 2015

How one company’s employees are helping cons...

An increase in human population and a simultaneous increase in dependency on the Ganges has caused natural habitat degradation of the softshell turtle...
on Nov 22, 2015

How volunteering benefits both the company and the...

"Encouraging volunteering helps employees respect differences, become more innovative, and increases their self-confidence, fostering potential for lo...
on Nov 14, 2015

This young man’s project in one of the poore...

Project Udaan is a social initiative by Siddharth Vashisht to set up a cultural center in a school for tribal children in rural Odisha.
on Nov 7, 2015

A movement in Russia is starting to confront the i...

Stop a Douchebag movement aims to drive a sense of shame into arrogant drivers by plastering their windshields with massive, round stickers which proc...
on Nov 6, 2015

It’s okay. At one point in his life, even Ta...

Tagore’s willingness to engage with depression and opening up about it is an example of how even the worst of situations can be overcome with resili...
on Oct 26, 2015

Charlie on travel: How to travel like a pilgrim an...

Charlie Marchant always wanted her travels to be a way for her to learn about local cultures, support local communities, eat locally sourced food, and...
on Oct 19, 2015

Food for Change: Langar comes to the aid of Syrian...

A Sikh group is using its tradition kitchen to feed Syrian refugees.
on Oct 8, 2015

Zipping up and sipping down with Travelling Teadom

Through Travelling Teadom, Sriparna Ghosh gives us a taste of the spirit of her mountain trails and the many many cups of tea she has had on the way.
on Oct 8, 2015
 

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