The Scientist

She’s smart. Incredibly smart. She’s a Physicist pursuing her PhD at North Carolina University in the United States. She’s been working with nanofibers which can be used to make artificial organs and bones. She interns as an assistant teacher during the summer. She does research, lab work and wants to publish a paper soon. She tries to get young women excited about Science. I don’t how where she gets the energy to do this, but if you look back you might be able to see the roots of her perseverance.

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Qabliyat

Wasi Mohammad is a professional flirt. He’s also a professional lawyer at the Patna High Court, but I would not have believed that of him when we met at college. Fair, with a dark mop of hair that falls in a flick across his forehead, molten caramel eyes and what most people would call a…

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Defiance

DISCLAIMER: The following interview was featured on this blog as a part of the Happy Place Series. However, it has been brought to the attention of the author, that this interview has been plagiarised by a Facebook page Udaan. Beware of pages that steal content and always check the sources of articles online. Neda Ganji…

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Undefeated

By some miracle, the mother and the baby survive. Born on the 20th, the baby has to be given something like 25 injections so she can make it. She makes it.
That was my best friend by the way. Shreya Chakraborty. Or Chacks as I like to call her.

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You will live on Part 2

In the first part of this interview, you’ll recall that Akshita talked about her job as an event planner, the loss of her younger brother and the strong bond she has with her parents. Now, our talk turns to life after. Cherishing the memories of her brother, keeping her faith in God and asking herself…

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You will live on Part 1

Akshita Bhatia and I were classmates at law school. Sweet, vivacious and charming, Akshita immediately drew your eye because of her affable nature. She was incredibly popular at college and though not academically inclined, she was constantly immersed in extra-curricular activities. She was also one of the few people I knew, who did not possess…

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Happy Place: An Introduction

I’ve decided I’ll be starting something known as the Happy Place series. Young people go through myriad emotions; Happiness, sadness, peace, anger, hope, disappointment, excitement, depression, so on and so forth. We also go through strife. The difference is, we do a good job of covering it up. The Happy Place series is aimed at…

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