Question of the day

July promises to be a month full of fun and learning. As part of #QuestionOfTheDay, we will bring you an intriguing question everyday and a free story in the form of an answer! Here are the questions we hope to answer this week –  THUR Who is the father of Hindutva? by Vaibhav Purandare This explores the early life of...

Every time the workload builds up and you huff and puff internally on how the company doesn’t pay you enough to care, have you ever wondered – what if they did? Harvard Business Review breaks down salary negotiation techniques that you’re missing out on! Eyes on the Prize Promotion focused people – the ones who...

Anxiety has become the most common mental health issue of the 21st century. A 2020 survey showed that over 62% of the respondents felt anxiety regularly. Here are questions that every anxious person asks themselves regularly –  Where is my life going? This is not restricted just to 20 somethings, even though...

‘Get away from the ball, you Paki!’ Azania, a young student of Vasant Valley School heard a rival football team member scream during a match. Nazia Erum, author of ‘Mothering A Muslim’, recounts experiences of Muslim children and mothers to begin a conversation that is both urgent and timely – about how bigotry...

‘Who Moved My Cheese’ has helped millions of people learn to deal with change. We break it down to understand exactly why change is important.  A Gathering The story starts with the gathering of former classmates, who find that they have all changed a lot over the years. One of the attendees, Michael,...

This July, we’re playing question and answers! Each day, we’ll ask one big question- for the answer read the free book of the day! Here is a sneak peak –  Is there a path to happiness? –  Yogi and monk Om Swami on how to stay happy 2. Are you eating right ?  –  These powerful food combinations boost your...

With soaring numbers and rampant lockdown violations, it’s obvious that India is not a country that can be truly shut down. But what if it once was? Indira Gandhi declared a state of Emergency in 1975 and plunged us into the Last Indian Lockdown. The Bangladesh victory and the creation of the Durga...

The British ransacked India in the 200 years they ruled it, but none of those treasures can overshadow the Koh-I-Noor, the jewel of India that has been the cause of debate for centuries now. How did an empire trick a child into giving up the most precious diamond in the world? A Bloody Legacy Duleep Singh, the...

As colleges pump more and more graduates into the workspace and automation starting to catch on in companies, we ask ourselves – is AI the future? Nobel Prize winner, Abhijit Banerjee & Esther Duflo investigate if this is possible. Replacement of human labour by robotic efficiency is a fear shared by both economists...

This July, we’re playing question and answers! Each day, we’ll ask one big question- for the answer read the free book of the day! Here is a sneak peak –  How can you become a Millionaire? –  Prashant Desai guides us on five things that can help your investments yield better results in the longer run.  2....