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Being Responsible

The World Responsible Youth Week Rotaract Mumbai District 3141 ended an inspiring week, that of Being Responsible. Several initiatives were taken by them helping spread the causes of Literacy, Child Development, Women Empowerment, The Joy of Giving and and so on. Across the city in Flash Mobs and Skits, were conducted, each touching the 5 Thrust Areas and helping spread ...

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Social Week of NM College’s Drishti ÔÇÖ15

Drishti, is Narsee Monjee CollegeÔÇÖs three day intercollegiate management fest has collaborated with JOSH Foundation which works to uplift and empower the hearing impaired DAY 1 ÔÇô INAUGURATION OF THE SOCIAL WEEK ÔÇÿStairway to HumanityÔÇÖ poster went up followed by the official banner of Drishti 2015. ┬áMahesh Bhatt graced the occasion with his presence along with the actors of “Khamoshiyan” ...

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Namo’s Youth Appeal

The immense criticism faced by one of the most dynamic and powerful leaders of all times, Narendra Modi has single handedly taken the 2014 Lok Sabha elections by storm! A sweeping victory by a margin of 334 seats. He has been the foremost candidates for Prime Ministerial post, even though he was labelled “controversial, prejudiced and polarizing!”. Only by the ...

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Youth and Elections

“Ask the young. They know everything.” Joseph Joubert said that ages ago; but it seems just about right today as well. It’s the calm after the storm, with our apparent leaders caught up in their petty wars and taking cheap shots at each other,our youth is probably the only thing we can count on; for some little amount of hope ...

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Who says anger is bad?

Ever since we’re born, we’re told how we should control our anger, how it is bad, how God will not like it. People say this about anger- Anger is a normal emotion with a wide range of intensity, from mild irritation and frustration to rage. It is a reaction to a perceived threat to ourselves, our loved ones, our property, ...

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Taking Stock

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There are several youth-oriented magazines out there which only believe in making a big hue and cry about the usual youth-type topics: love, romance, education, technology, food, substance abuse, music, petty crimes and employment. And then there are the magazines, and I mean solid outfits like JAM here, that believe in a going the extra mile to ensure they are ...

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Alive and Kicking

After maintaing a low profile for the past couple of months, Youth For Equality is back. After the protests and consequent police retaliation in Delhi on 22nd August, YFE‘s Mumbai chapter was out on the streets in a show of support and strength on 23rd August. At the forefront (as expected) were the medical students, with students from engineering and ...

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