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Amazing Women - Kanika Mishra

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Our series on ‘Amazing Women’ seeks to bring out women who have given themselves a dimension other than what they have been born with. They can be thinkers, doers, achievers, but mostly they are women who stand out, in any time, in any era.

In this episode we had the pleasure of having a conversation with Kanika Mishra, a cartoonist per excellence. Kanika has created a cartoon character "Karnika Kahen"- a strong opinionated and fearless Indian girl voicing her angst against the wrong things in the society. 

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It'll be Alright!

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It’ll be alright!

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Wordstock - Watch Your Words

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Watch Your Words!

 (For Mangling Malapropisms) 

 

 

Dear Reader,

Each month I wait with baited breath to see you here and all the while I hope that you collaborate with all that I say…

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A Brief Analysis of Gender Based Crimes

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A BRIEF ANALYSIS OF GENDER BASED CRIMES

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Think about it...

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Most of us know that when we are angry, we attract more anger. When we judge others we draw judgmental people to us. When we are fearful, fearful situations find us. When we are joyful and upbeat, we attract people who match our vibration. When we are kind and generous, we attract people with those virtues. The outward manifestation is driven entirely by our inner disposition. Similarly when we harbor negative emotions we manage to attract negativity. The idea is to think positive thoughts, make positive choices and enjoy a positive life. That’s good, isn’t it?

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MASK – Yours or Mine?

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A couple arrives at a social gathering in a fancy car, impeccably dressed, the woman hanging by the man’s arm like an expensive piece of jewelry. People surround them as they would if Monarchy showed up. The couple consumes the attention showered upon them as others slowly arrive and a sizable audience builds up for the night.

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Jai Ho! - A conversation with Aarti Gupta

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We are excited to introduce a new column "Jai Ho". This column is an attempt to salute those women who inspite of living miles away, are making their homeland proud.We kickstart this column with a tete a tete with  Aarti Gupta, the winner of the "Miss Teen India International" pageant. Even thought Aarti is born and brought up in USA, she dreams to make India proud. 
 

How would you like to introduce yourself to our readers? Who is Aarti Gupta?

She's your average "sweat pants, hair tie, chilling with no makeup on" student,
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Amazing Women - Shefali Razdan Duggal

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Our series on ‘Amazing Women’ seeks to bring out women who have given themselves a dimension other than what they have been born with. They can be thinkers, doers, achievers, but mostly they are women who stand out, in any time, in any era.

 

Shefali Razdan Duggal, is a well known face for many, a member of the Democratic National Committee’s National Finance Committee and Co-Chair for the DNC Women’s Leadership Forum, Shefali is also  on the White House Council of Women & Girls (chaired by President Barack Obama’s Senior Advisor Valerie Jarrett) and is currently a Co-Chair for the Ready for Hillary PAC.

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Wordstock - Prickly Pronunciations

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Prickly Pronunciations

 

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Wordstock - "Practice safe text"

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Practice Safe Text!

(Grammar Matters)

 

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