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 –
Who is the father of Hindutva? by Vaibhav Purandare
This explores the early life of politician and Indian independence activist, V.D. Savarkar. His life from early days and the education he received have all been laid out.
Need to ask for a raise? by Harvard Business Review
Learn the one-minute trick to negotiate like a boss. Harvard Business Review Ascend offers clear, practical advice centered around skills most critical to your success at work.
India-China: Who is the winner? by Shyam Saran
Shyam Saran, former Indian foreign secretary and leading expert on India–China relations, provides a historical overview of the India–China border dispute. He warns that with the growing economic and military asymmetry between the two countries, China’s interest in resolving border issues has waned even as its aggressive activism at the LAC has increased.
Feeling anxious? by Sanket Pai
Anxiety is not an illness to be cured, but if you find yourself experiencing constant stress, you need to equip yourself with the tools and techniques to stop anxious thoughts in their tracks.
Looking to Improve your English?
Delivered by Pt Jawaharlal Nehru in 1947, Tryst With Destiny is one of the most powerful public speeches, and by reading its word power edition, you can learn 25 new words in under 20 minutes.
What does it mean to be a Muslim kid in India today? by Nazia Erum
What does it mean to be a middle-class Muslim kid in India today? Talking to over a hundred children and their parents across twelve cities, Nazia Erum uncovers stories of religious segregation in classrooms and rampant bullying of Muslim children in many of the country’s top schools.
How can you master the art of change? by Dr. Spencer Johnson
Who Moved My Cheese? An Amazing Way to Deal with Change in Your Work and in Your Life motivational business fable which describes change in one’s work and life, and four typical reactions to those changes by two mice and two “Littlepeople”, during their hunt for cheese.